Since 1887, the Penn Museum has been one of the leading archaeology and anthropology museums in the world, and has sponsored research in every corner of the globe. The Museum was established in 1887 with a groundbreaking act of archaeological field research—the first American expedition to ancient Babylonia to excavate the site of Nippur (then within the Ottoman Empire, now in modern-day Iraq). Since then, the Museum has undertaken over 300 research projects throughout the world.


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The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum) has produced the results of research conducted by the Museum since our first expedition to Nippur in 1889. Over the years, the Museum's publishing program has expanded to include site reports, exhibition catalogs and gallery guides, conference proceedings, and stand-alone scholarly monographs and popular books. For the marketing, sales, and distribution of our books, we collaborate with the University of Pennsylvania Press. All titles that are currently in print are available for purchase online at the Penn Press website. A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  A Back to Top Adams, Richard E. W., Vivian L. Broman, William R. Coe, William A. Haviland, Jr., Ruben E. Reina, Linton Satterthwaite, Edwin M. Shook, and Aubrey S. Trik 1961 Tikal Report 5–10: No. 5: Tikal: Numeration, Terminology, and Objectives; No. 6: The Carved Wooden Lintels of Tikal; No. 7: Temple I (Str. 5D-1): Post-Constructional Activities; No. 8: Miscellaneous Investigations: Excavation near Fragment 1 of Stela 17, with Observations on Stela P34 and Miscellaneous Stone 25; Excavation of Stela 25, Fragment 1; Excavation of Stela 27; Excavation of Stela 28, Fragment 1; No. 9: The Mounds and Monuments of Xutilha, Peten, Guatemala; No. 10: The Abandonment of Primicias by Itza of San Jose, Guatemala, and Socotz, British Honduras. University Museum Monograph, 20. Adams, Richard E. W. See Shook, Edwin M. (1986) Allen, Rebecca. See Brody, J. J. (1990) Anderson, Douglas D. 1990 Lang Rongrien Rockshelter: A Pleistocene, Early Holocene Archaeological Site from Krabi, Southwestern Thailand. University Museum Monograph, 71. Angel, J. Lawrence. See Benson, Jack L. (1972) Angel, J. Lawrence. See Dikaois, Porphyrios (1961) Anthes, Rudolf, Hasan S. K. Bakry, John Dimick, Henry G. Fischer, Labib Habachi, and Jean Jacquet 1959 Mit Rahineh 1955. University Museum Monograph, 16. Anthes, Rudolf, Ibrahim Abdel Aziz, Hasan S. K. Bakry, Henry G. Fischer, Labib Habachi, Jean Jacquet, William K. Simpson, and Jean Yoyotte 1965 Mit Rahineh 1956. University Museum Monograph, 27. Anthony, David 1984 Man and Animals: Living, Working, and Changing Together: In Celebration of the 100th Anniversary, the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. Ashmead, Ann Harnwell 1999 Haverford College Collection of Classical Antiquities: The Bequest of Ernest Allen. Ashmore, Wendy, ed. 1979 Quirigua Reports, vol. 1: Papers 1–5. University Museum Monograph, 37. Ashmore, Wendy 2007 Quirigua Reports, vol. 4: Settlement Archaeology at Quirigua, Guatemala + cd-rom. University Museum Monograph, 126. Athanassopoulos, Effie, and LuAnn Wandsnider, eds. 2004 Mediterranean Archaeological Landscapes: Current Issues. Atkin, Tony, and Joseph Rykwert, eds. 2005 Structure and Meaning in Human Settlements. Aziz, Ibrahim Abdel. See Anthes, Rudolf (1965) B Back to Top Bakry, Hasan S. K. See Anthes, Rudolf (1959, 1965) Baldeck, Andrea 1998 Talismanic (reprint 2003) 1999 Venice, a Personal View 2003 Touching the Mekong 2006 Closely Observed 2006 The Heart of Haiti 2007 Presence Passing 2008 Himalaya: Land of the Snow Lion Barlow, Jane Atwood, Diane R. Bolger, and Barbara Kling, eds. 1991 Cypriot Ceramics: Reading the Prehistoric Record. University Museum Monograph, 74. Barsness, Kristin J. See Kaplan, Susan A. (1986) Barton, George A. 1915 Publications of the Babylonian Section, vol. 9, part 1: Sumerian Business and Administrative Documents from the Earliest Times to the Dynasty of Agade. Becker, Marshall Joseph 1999 Tikal Report 21: Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal: Groups with Shrines. William A. Haviland and Christopher Jones, eds. University Museum Monograph, 104. Becker, Marshall Joseph, and Philip P. Betancourt 1997 Richard Berry Seager: Pioneer Archaeologist and Proper Gentleman. Beetz, Carl P., and Linton Satterthwaite 1981 The Monuments and Inscriptions of Caracol, Belize. University Museum Monograph, 45. Behrens, Hermann, Darlene Loding, and Martha Tobi Roth, eds. 1989 Occasional Publications of the Samuel Noah Kramer Fund, 11: Dumu-e2-dub-ba-a: Studies in Honor of Åke W. Sjöberg. Bell, Ellen E., Marcello A. Canuto, and Robert J. Sharer, eds. 2004 Understanding Early Classic Copan. Ben-Dor, Immanuel. See Johnson, Jotham (1933) Benson, Jack L. 1973 The Necropolis of Kaloriziki. University Museum Monograph, 34. Göteborg: P. Åström. [not published by Museum] 1986 Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, fasc. 2: Corinthian Pottery. Benson, Jack L., Edith Porada, and J. Lawrence Angel 1972 Bamboula at Kourion. University Museum Monograph, 32. Berlin, Adele 1979 Occasional Publications of the Babylonian Fund, 2: Enmerkar and Ensuhke.sdanna: A Sumerian Narrative Poem. Betancourt, Philip P. 1983 The Cretan Collection in the University Museum. University Museum Monograph, 47. 1984 East Cretan White-on-dark Ware: Studies on a Handmade Pottery of the Early to Middle Minoan Periods. University Museum Monograph, 51. Betancourt, Philip P. See Becker, Marshall Joseph (1997) Betancourt, Philip P. See Floyd, Cheryl R. (1998) Betancourt, Philip P. See McEnroe, John C. (2001) Betancourt, Philip P., and Costis Davaras, eds. 1995 Pseira I: The Minoan Buildings on the West Side of Area A. University Museum Monograph, 90. 1998 Pseira II: Building AC (the “Shrine”) and Other Buildings in Area A. University Museum Monograph, 94. 1999 Pseira IV: Minoan Buildings in Areas B, C, D, and F. University Museum Monograph, 105. Betancourt, Philip P., and Jean S. Silverman 1991 The Cretan Collection in the University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, vol. 2: Pottery from Gournia. University Museum Monograph, 72. Bevan, Bruce W. 1975 Aerial Photography for the Archaeologist: A Report from the Museum Applied Science Center for Archaeology, the University Museum, University of Pennsylvania. Biers, William R., Klaus O. Gerhardt, and Rebecca A. Braniff 1994 Lost Scents: Investigations of Corinthian “Plastic” Vases by Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry. MASCA Research Papers in Science and Archaeology, vol. 11. Biers, William R., and Patrick E. McGovern, eds. 1990 Organic Contents of Ancient Vessels: Materials Analysis and Archaeological Investigation. MASCA Research Papers in Science and Archaeology, vol. 7. Birket-Smith, Kaj, and Frederica de Laguna 1938 The Eyak Indians of the Copper River Delta, Alaska. Boas, Franz 1917 Anthropological Publications, vol. 8, no. 1: Grammatical Notes on the Language of the Tlingit Indians. Bockstoce, John R. 1979 The Archaeology of Cape Nome, Alaska. University Museum Monograph, 38. Bogucki, Peter. See Crabtree, Pam J. (2017) Boldurian, Anthony T., and John L. Cotter 1999 Clovis Revisited: New Perspectives on Paleoindian Adaptations from Blackwater Draw, New Mexico. University Museum Monograph, 103. Bolger, Diane R. See Barlow, Jane Atwood (1991) Braniff, Rebecca A. See Biers, William R. (1994) Braun, Eliot 2004 Early Beth Shan (Strata XIX–XIII): G. M. FitzGerald's Deep Cut on the Tell. University Museum Monograph, 121. Brennan, Terence P. See Karageorghis, Vassos (1999) Bricker, Harvey M. See Coon, Carleton S. (1968) Brinkman, John A. 1984 Occasional Publications of the Babylonian Fund, 7: Prelude to Empire: Babylonian Society and Politics, 747–626 B.C. Brody, J. J., and Rebecca Allen 1990 Beauty from the Earth: Pueblo Indian Pottery from the University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Broman, Vivian L. See Adams, Richard E. W. (1961) Broman, Vivian L. 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University Museum Monograph, 97. C Back to Top Cable, Charlotte M. See Thornton Christopher P. (2016) Campana, Douglas V., ed. 1995 Before Farming: Hunter-Gatherer Society and Subsistence. MASCA Research Papers in Science and Archaeology, supplement to vol. 12. Campana, Douglas V. See Crabtree, Pam J. (1989) Canby, Jeanny Vorys 2001 The “Ur-Nammu” Stela. University Museum Monograph, 110. 2006 The “Ur-Nammu” Stela. University Museum Monograph, pbk. Canuto, Marcello A. See Bell, Ellen E. (2003) Carpenter, Edmund S. See Speck, Frank G. (1946) Carr, Robert F., and James E. Hazard 1961 Tikal Report 11: Map of the Ruins of Tikal, El Peten, Guatemala. University Museum Monograph, 21. Carr, Robert F. See Shook, Edwin M. (1986) Carrier, Sam C. 1996 Poggio Colla: The 1995 Season CD Sampler. CD-ROM. Carter, Elizabeth 1996 Malyan Excavation Reports, vol. 2: Excavations at Anshan (Tal-e Malyan): The Middle Elamite Period. University Museum Monograph, 82. 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MASCA Research Papers in Science and Archaeology, supplement to vol. 6. Crownover, David 1975 The Art of Goldweights: Words, Form, Meaning. Culbert, T. Patrick 1993 Tikal Report 25, part A: The Ceramics of Tikal. William R. Coe and William A. Haviland, eds. University Museum Monograph, 81. Curry, John James. See Huss-Ashmore, Rebecca (1988) D Back to Top Dales, George F., and Jonathan M. Kenoyer 1986 Excavations at Mohenjo Daro, Pakistan: The Pottery. University Museum Monograph, 53. Dance, S. P. See Dikaois, Porphyrios (1961) Danielsson, Bengt. See Davenport, William H. (1969) Danien, Elin C. 2002 Guide to the Mesoamerican Gallery at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Danien, Elin C. See Grant, Lynn (2006) Danien, Elin C., ed. 1990 The World of Philip and Alexander: A Symposium on Greek Life and Times, pbk. 2005 Maya Folktales from the Alta Verapaz, pbk. Danien, Elin C., and Robert J. Sharer, eds. 1992 New Theories on the Ancient Maya. University Museum Monograph, 77. Danti, Michael D. 2004 Hasanlu Excavation Reports, vol. 2: The Ilkhanid Heartland: Hasanlu Tepe (Iran) Period I. University Museum Monograph, 120. Danti, Michael D., with contributions by Megan Cifarelli. 2013 Hasanlu V. The Late Bronze and Iron I Periods. University Museum Monograph, 137. Darbyshire, Gareth. See Rose, C. Brian (2011, 2016) Darling, J. Andrew. See Snead, James E. (2009) Davaras, Costis. See Betancourt, Philip P. (1995, 1998, 1999) Davaras, Costis. See McEnroe, John C. (2001) Davenport, William H. 2005 Santa Cruz Island Figure Sculpture and Its Social and Ritual Contexts + cd-rom. Davenport, William H., Bengt Danielsson, and Richard S. Field 1969 Gauguin and Exotic Art: Exhibition Catalogue. de Grummond, Nancy Thomson 2006 Etruscan Myth, Sacred History, and Legend + cd-rom. de Laguna, Frederica 1934 The Archaeology of Cook Inlet, Alaska. de Laguna, Frederica. See Birket-Smith, Kaj. (1938) de Schauensee, Maude 2002 Two Lyres from Ur. 2012 People and Crafts in Period IVB at Hasanlu, Iran. Hasanlu Special Studies, vol. 4. University Museum Monograph, 132. Debénath, André, and Harold Lewis Dibble 1994 Handbook of Paleolithic Typology, vol. 1: Lower and Middle Paleolithic of Europe. Der Manuelian, Peter 2003 Publications of the Pennsylvania–Yale Expedition to Egypt, 7: Slab Stelae of the Giza Necropolis. William Kelly Simpson and David B. O’Connor, eds. UMAA with the Peabody Museum of Natural History of Yale University, New Haven. DeVries, Keith, ed. 1980 From Athens to Gordion: The Papers of a Memorial Symposium for Rodney S. Young, Held at the University Museum, the Third of May, 1975. DeVries, Keith. See White, Donald (1995) Dibble, Harold Lewis. See Debénath, André (1994) Dibble, Harold Lewis. See Olszewski, Deborah (1993) Dibble, Harold Lewis. See Soressi, Marie (2003) Dibble, Harold L., and Shannon P. 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The implications of this book are twofold: Gordion will now be one of the best published agricultural datasets from the entire Near East and this volume will serve as a valuable comparable dataset for regional synthesis of agricultural and environmental change. The methods developed to reconstruct agricultural change at Gordion function as tools to engage questions about the relationship between social and environmental change at sites worldwide. Other books address similar themes but no work on the Near East address these themes in diachronic perspective as done at Gordion. John M. Marston is Assistant Professor in the Departments of Archaeology and Anthropology and Director of the Environmental Archaeology Laboratory at Boston University. Buy the Book European Archaeology as Anthropology: Essays in Memory of Bernard Wailes Since the days of V. Gordon Childe, the study of the emergence of complex societies has been a central question in anthropological archaeology. However, archaeologists working in the Americanist tradition have drawn most of their models for the emergence of social complexity from research in the Middle East and Latin America. Bernard Wailes was a strong advocate for the importance of later prehistoric and early medieval Europe as an alternative model of sociopolitical evolution and trained generations of American archaeologists now active in European research from the Neolithic to the Middle Ages. Two centuries of excavation and research in Europe have produced one of the richest bodies of archaeological data anywhere in the world. The abundant data show that technological innovations such as metallurgy appeared very early, but urbanism and state formation are comparatively late developments. Key transformative process such as the spread of agriculture did not happen uniformly but rather at different rates in different regions. The essays in this volume celebrate the legacy of Bernard Wailes by highlighting the contribution of the European archaeological record to our understanding of the emergence of social complexity. They provide case studies in how ancient Europe can inform anthropological archaeology. Not only do they illuminate key research topics, they also invite archaeologists working in other parts of the world to consider comparisons to ancient Europe as they construct models for cultural development for their regions. Pam J. Crabtree is Associate Professor of Anthropology at New York University. Peter Bogucki is Associate Dean for Undergraduate Affairs at the School of Engineering and Applied Science at Princeton University. Buy the Book The Sunshade Chapel of Meritaten from the House-of Waenre of Akhenaten The quartzite architectural block E16230 has been on display in the Penn Museum for 115 years. E16230 is one of the few large architectural pieces in the world surviving from the much-debated reign of the "heretic" king Akhenaten. This block is one of the most historically significant objects on display in the Egyptian galleries, yet it has never been analyzed or published. This volume addresses that glaring gap and provides for the first time a translation and discussion of the important texts on the object, along with analysis of the architectural evidence it provides. The block is part of the once intensely ornamented façade of a solar chapel ("sunshade") dedicated to princess Meritaten, the eldest daughter of Akhenaten and Nefertiti. The large (1100 kg) block originates in a chapel that was part of a royal ceremonial palace of Akhenaten named House-of-Waenre ("the house of the Unique-one-of-Re"). Later, after demolition of the building, the block was reused in the city of Heliopolis as the base for a sphinx of king Merenptah (Dynasty 19). Subsequently the block underwent a final stage of reuse in Cairo in the Islamic Period where it was found ca. 1898 in the Mousky district of central Cairo. Because the block is such a major architectural element it provides considerable detail in the reconstruction of the essential appearance, decoration, and other aspects of the Meritaten sunshade. The volume addresses the significance of the piece and the Meritaten sunshade in the context of Akhenaten's monumental program. Major implications emerge from the analysis of E16230 providing further evidence on the royal women during Akhenaten's reign. The book examines two possibilities for the original location of the Per-Waenre in which the Meritaten sunshade stood. It may be part of a large Amarna Period cult precinct at Heliopolis, which may, like the capital city at Tell el-Amarna, have born the wider name Akhet-Aten, "Horizon of the Aten." Alternatively it could derive from Tell el-Amarna itself, possibly belonging to a hitherto unidentified palatial complex at that site. The book is a contribution to the study of one of the most debated eras of ancient Egyptian history focused on this long-ignored treasure of the Penn Museum's Egyptian collection. Josef Wegner is Associate Curator in the Egyptian Section at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and Associate Professor of Egyptology at the University of Pennsylvania. Buy the Book The Origins of Maya States The Pre-Columbian Maya were organized into a series of independent kingdoms or polities rather than unified into a single state. The majority of studies of Maya states focus on the apogee of their development in the Classic period, ca. 250–850 CE. As a result, Maya states are defined according to the specific political structures that characterized Classic period lowland Maya society. 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Contributors address the development of complexity during the Preclassic era within the Maya regions of the Pacific coast, the highlands, and northern lowlands and explore Preclassic economic, social, political, and ideological systems that provide a developmental context for the origins of Maya states. Loa P. Traxler is Director of Museum Studies and Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico. Robert J. Sharer (1940–2012) was Shoemaker Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania, and Curator Emeritus of the American Section at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Buy the Book The Bronze Age Towers at Bat, Sultanate of Oman: Research by the Bat Archaeological Project, 2007–12 In the 3rd millennium BCE, the Oman Peninsula was the site of an important kingdom known in Akkadian texts as “Magan,” which traded extensively with the Indus Civilization, Southern Iran, the Persian Gulf states, and Southern Mesopotamia. Excavations have been carried out in this region since the 1970s, although the majority of studies has focused on mortuary monuments at the expense of settlement archaeology. While domestic structures of the Bronze Age have been found and are the focus of current research at Bat, most 3rd millennium BCE settlements in Oman and the UAE are defined by the presence of large, circular monuments made of mudbrick and/or stone that are traditionally called “towers.” Whether these “towers” are defensive, agricultural, political, or ritual structures has long been debated, but very few comprehensive studies of these monuments have been attempted. Between 2007 and 2012, the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology conducted excavations at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bat in the Sultanate of Oman under the direction of the late Prof. Gregory L. Possehl. The focus of these years was on the monumental stone “towers” of the 3rd millennium BCE, looking at the when, how, and why of their construction through large-scale excavation, GIS-aided survey, and the application of radiocarbon dates. This has been the most comprehensive study of non-mortuary Bronze Age monuments ever conducted on the Oman Peninsula, and the results provide new insight into the formation and function of these impressive structures that surely formed the social and political nexus of Magan’s kingdom. Christopher P. Thornton is a Consulting Scholar of the Penn Museum and Director of the Bat Archaeological Project. Charlotte M. Cable is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of New England (Armidale, New South Wales, Australia) and Co-director of the Bat Archaeological Project. Gregory L. Possehl (1941–2011) was Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania and Curator of the Asian Section of the Penn Museum. Buy the Book The Golden Age of King Midas Exhibition Catalogue Gordion is frequently remembered as the location of an intricate knot ultimately cut by Alexander, but in antiquity it served as the center of the Phrygian kingdom that ruled much of Asia Minor during the early first millennium BCE. The site lies approximately 70 km southeast of Ankara in central Turkey, at the intersection of the great empires of the East (Assyrians, Babylonians, and Hittites) and the West (Greeks and Romans); consequently, it occupied a strategic position on nearly all trade routes that linked the Mediterranean with the Near East. The University of Pennsylvania has been excavating at Gordion since 1950, revealing a wide range of discoveries that span nearly four millennia. The vast majority of this material attests to the city’s interaction with the other great kingdoms and city states of the Near East during the Iron Age and Archaic periods (ca. 950–540 BCE), especially Assyria, Urartu, the Neo-Hittite city-states of North Syria, Persia, Lydia, and Greece, among others. Gordion is thus the ideal centerpiece for an exhibition dealing with Anatolia and its neighbors during the first millennium BCE. Through a special agreement signed between the Republic of Turkey and the University of Pennsylvania in August of 2012, Turkey has loaned the Penn Museum over 100 Phrygian artifacts from four museums in Turkey (Ankara, Gordion, Istanbul, and Antalya) for an exhibition entitled The Golden Age of King Midas. This includes the majority of the material unearthed in Tumulus MM (the “Midas Mound”, ca. 740 BCE), which was the burial site of King Midas’ father, as well as a number of objects from a series of Lydian tombs. The Turkish loan has made possible an unusually large and elaborate exhibition, which also features a disparate group of rarely seen objects from the Penn Museum’s own collection, particularly from the Ukraine, Iran, Iraq, Turkey, and Greece. With the historic King Midas (ca. 740–700 BCE) as its major theme, the exhibition encompasses the relationships between Phrygia and Lydia, Persia, Assyria, and Greece. The catalogue of the exhibition contains essays on Gordion, Phrygia, and the ancient Near East, as well as the most important objects in the exhibition. C. Brian Rose is Pritchard Professor of Classical Studies and History of Art at the University of Pennsylvania and Curator-in-Charge of the Mediterranean Section of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Gareth Darbyshire is Gordion Archivist at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Buy the Book The New Chronology of the Bronze Age Settlement of Tepe Hissar, Iran Tepe Hissar is a large Bronze Age site in northeastern Iran notable for its uninterrupted occupational history from the fifth to the second millennium B.C.E. The quantity and elaborateness of its excavated artifacts and funerary customs position the site prominently as a cultural bridge between Mesopotamia and Central Asia. To address questions of synchronic and diachronic nature relating to the changing levels of socioeconomic complexity in the region and across the greater Near East, chronological clarity is required. While Erich Schmidt's 1931-32 excavations for the Penn Museum established the historical framework at Tepe Hissar, it was Robert H. Dyson, Jr., and his team's follow-up work in 1976 that presented a stratigraphically clearer sequence for the site with associated radiocarbon dates. Until now, however, a full study of the site's ceramic assemblages has not been published. This monograph brings to final publication a stratigraphically based chronology for the Early Bronze Age settlement at Tepe Hissar. Based on a full study of the ceramic assemblages excavated from radiocarbon-dated occupational phases in 1976 by Dyson and his team, and linked to Schmidt's earlier ceramic sequence that was derived from a large corpus of grave contents, a new chronological framework for Tepe Hissar and its region is established. This clarified sequence provides ample evidence for the nature of the evolution and the abandonment of the site, and its chronological correlations on the northern Iranian plateau, situating it in time and space between Turkmenistan and Bactria on the one hand and Mesopotamia on the other. Ayşe Gürsan-Salzmann, a graduate of Robert College (Istanbul) and Ball State University, earned her M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in anthropology from the University of Pennsylvania. She is a Consulting Scholar in the Mediterranean Section of the Penn Museum and the Deputy Director of the Gordion Archaeological Project. Buy the Book Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal—Group 7F-1 Tikal Report 22 Tikal Report 22 presents the results of excavations carried out in residential group 7F-1 at Tikal in Guatemala during the 1957, 1963, and 1965 seasons. As with similar Tikal Reports (TR 19, TR 20A/20B, and TR 21), TR 22 is devoted to the presentation of detailed excavation data and analysis. In this case, the residential group presented may have been home to descendants of a ruler who died in the sixth century C.E. William A. Haviland is Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at the University of Vermont. His original archaeological research in Guatemala has been the basis of numerous publications. Buy the Book The Sphinx That Traveled to Philadelphia—The Story of the Colossal Sphinx in the Penn Museum Written to celebrate the centennial of the Sphinx's arrival in Philadelphia, The Sphinx That Traveled to Philadelphia tells the fascinating story of the colossal sphinx that is a highlight of the Penn Museum's Egyptian galleries and an iconic object for the Museum as a whole. The narrative covers the original excavations and archaeological history of the Sphinx, how it came to Philadelphia, and the unexpected ways in which the Sphinx's story intersects with the history of Philadelphia, the University of Pennsylvania, and the Museum just before World War I. The book features ample illustrations—photographs, letters, newspaper stories, postcards, maps, and drawings—drawn largely from the extensive materials in the Museum Archives. Images of related artifacts in the Penn Museum's Egyptian collection and other objects from the Egyptian, Near East, and Mediterranean Sections (many not on view and some never before published), as well as pieces in museums in the United States, Europe, and Egypt, place the story of the Penn Museum Sphinx in a wider context. The writing style is informal and text is woven around the graphics that form the backbone of the narrative. The book is designed to be of interest to a wide audience of adult readers but accessible and engaging to younger readers as well. Josef Wegner is Associate Curator in the Egyptian Section at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and Associate Professor of Egyptology at the University of Pennsylvania. Jennifer Houser Wegner is Associate Curator in the Egyptian Section at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Buy the Book Globalization—The Crucial Phase Throughout human history, the rate of world population growth overall has been outpaced by the rate of urban population growth. Right now, more the half the world's population lives in cities, and that proportion will only increase in the next fifty years. Rapid urban growth accelerates the exchange of ideas, the expansion of social networks, and the diversity of human interactions that accompany globalization. The present century is therefore the crucial phase, when the world's increasing interconnectedness may give rise to innovation and collaboration or intensify conflict and environmental disaster. Bringing together scholars of anthropology and social science as well as law and medicine, Globalization: The Crucial Phase presents a holistic and comprehensive understanding of the way the world is changing. The contributors reveal the changing scale of social, economic, and financial diversity, examine the impact of globalization on the environment, health, and nutrition; and consider the initiatives to address the social problems and opportunities that arise from global migration. Collectively, these diverse interdisciplinary perspectives provide an introduction to vital research and policy initiatives in a period that will bring great challenges but also great potential. Contributors: Nancy Biller, Christina Catanese, Robert J. Collins, Megan Doherty, Zhengxia Dou, Richard J. Estes, James Ferguson, David Galligan, Mauro Guillén, Cameron Hu, John D. Keenan, Alan Kelly, Janet M. Monge, Marjorie Muecke, Neal Nathanson, Sarah Paoletti, Adriana Petryna, Alan Ruby, Theodore G. Schurr, Brian Spooner, Joseph S. Sun, Zhiguo Wu, Huiquan Zhou. Brian Spooner is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania and coeditor (with William L. Hanaway) of Literacy in the Persianate World: Writing and the Social Order, also available from the University of Pennsylvania Press. Buy the Book Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal—Nonelite Groups Without Shrines Tikal Report 20A Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal—Nonelite Groups Without Shrines is a two-volume presentation of the excavations carried out in and near small residential structures at Tikal, Guatemala, beginning in 1961. These reports show that Tikal was more than a ceremonial center; in addition to its numerous temples, the great Maya city was home to a large population of people. These volumes look at the residential structures themselves as well as domestic artifacts such as burials, ceramic test pits, chultuns. Tikal Report 20A is a descriptive presentation of the excavation data and includes nearly two hundred illustrations. Together with Tikal Report 20B, which reviews and interprets this data, this report augments the data presented in Tikal Reports 19 and 21. William A. Haviland is Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at the University of Vermont. His original archaeological research in Guatemala has been the basis of numerous publications, including an earlier technical volume from the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Excavations in Small Residential Groups of Tikal, Groups 4F-1 and 4F-2: Tikal Report 19 .  Buy the Book Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal—Nonelite Groups Without Shrines Tikal Report 20B Excavations in Residential Areas of Tikal—Nonelite Groups Without Shrines is a two-volume presentation of the excavations carried out in and near small residential structures at Tikal, Guatemala, beginning in 1961. These reports show that Tikal was more than a ceremonial center; in addition to its numerous temples, the great Maya city was home to a large population of people. These volumes look at the residential structures themselves as well as domestic artifacts such as burials, ceramic test pits, chultuns. Tikal Report 20B is primarily analytical in nature, reviewing and interpreting the data from Report 20A to draw new conclusions about settlement, demography, and society at Tikal. Together, Tikal Reports 20A and 20B augment the data presented in Tikal Reports 19 and 21. William A. Haviland is Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at the University of Vermont. His original archaeological research in Guatemala has been the basis of numerous publications, including an earlier technical volume from the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Excavations in Small Residential Groups of Tikal, Groups 4F-1 and 4F-2: Tikal Report 19.  Buy the Book Reconfiguring the Silk Road New Research on East-West Exchange in Antiquity From the Bronze Age through the Middle Ages, a network of trade and migration routes brought people from across Eurasia into contact. Their commerce included political, social, and artistic ideas, as well as material goods such as metals and textiles. Reconfiguring the Silk Road offers new research on the earliest trade and cultural interactions along these routes, mapping the spread and influence of Silk Road economies and social structures over time. This volume features contributions by renowned scholars uncovering new discoveries related to populations that lived in the Tarim Basin, the advanced state of textile manufacturing in the region, and the diffusion of domesticated grains across Inner Asia. Other chapters include an analysis of the dispersal of languages across the Eurasian Steppe and a detailed examination of the domestication of the horse in the region. Contextualized with a foreword by Colin Renfrew and introduction by Victor Mair, Reconfiguring the Silk Road provides a new assessment of the intercultural evolution along the steppes and beyond. Contributors: David W. Anthony, Elizabeth Wayland Barber, Dorcas R. Brown, Peter Brown, Michael D. Frachetti, Jane Hickman, Philip L. Kohl, Victor H. Mair, J. P. Mallory, Joseph G. Manning, Colin Renfrew. Victor H. 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