Vol. 6 / No. 2

By: Oscar W. Muscarella

Ancient Safety Pins: Their Function and Significance

One of the most interesting types of archaeological research is that concerned with tracing the history of a particular object […]

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Vol. 13 / No. 3-4

By: Oscar W. Muscarella

Qalatgah: An Urartian Site in Northwestern Iran

Modern archaeological interest in Urartu and its culture has several phases. The first, which lasted until around 1945, started in […]

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Vol. 16 / No. 2

By: Oscar W. Muscarella

The Third Lion Bowl From Hasanlu

At present there are a few hundred of the popular and well-known group of objects called lion bowls, hand bowls, […]

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Vol. 31 / No. 2-3

By: Oscar W. Muscarella

Warfare at Hasanlu in the Late 9th Century B.C.

Warfare in the ancient Near East is abundantly docu¬≠mented by written and archaeological evidence. The use of force to settle […]

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