Vol. 32 / No. 1

By: Patrick E. McGovern

The Ultimate Attire: Jewelry from a Canaanite Temple at Beth Shan

Tells el-Husn, ancient Beth Shari, was the first site to be excavated by The Univer¬≠sity Museum in what is today […]

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Vol. 39 / No. 1

By: Patrick E. McGovern, Ulrich Hartung, Virginia R. Badler, Donald L. Glusker and Lawrence J. Exner

The Beginnings of Winemaking and Viniculture in the Ancient Near East and Egypt

The origins of winemaking and viniculture are shrouded in the mists of human prehistory. Scenarios of how wine might have […]

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Vol. 41 / No. 1

By: Patrick E. McGovern

Searching for the Beginnings of Winemaking: Research Notes

In September 1997, I lectured on “Ancient Wine and the Vine” cup and down the West Coast. In the heartland […]

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Vol. 42 / No. 1

By: Patrick E. McGovern

The Funerary Banquet of ‘King Midas’

Fifty years ago, the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology began excavations at the ancient Phrygian capital of […]

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