Vol. 1 / No. 1

By: Rodney S. Young

The Gordion Tomb: The successful search at Gordion in Turkey for the tomb of a king who reigned in the eighth century before Christ.

The Museum expedition first went to work at Gordion in 1950. Always before the eyes of its members stood the […]

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photo of wall

Vol. 2 / No. 2

By: Rodney S. Young

Gordion: Phrygian Construction and Architecture

The traveller in Near Eastern lands cannot help but be struck by the hundreds of ancient mounds–Tels or Tepes or […]

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Vol. 3 / No. 2

By: Rodney S. Young

Footnote on Griffins

Egnatia lay on the Adriatic coast of southern Italy a few miles above Brundisium (Brindisi) and at the point where […]

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Photo of wooden posts

Vol. 4 / No. 4

By: Rodney S. Young

Gordion: Phrygian Construction and Architecture II

An earlier essay in Expedition (Vol. 2, No. 2, Winter 1960) attempted to answer the favorite question of visitors to almost […]

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Vol. 6 / No. 1

By: Froelich Rainey, Rodney S. Young, Samuel Noah Kramer and William R. Coe

Expedition News – Fall 1963

South Asia The Museum’s Director, Dr. Rainey, and Professor W. Norman Brown, Chairman of the South Asia Regional Studies Department […]

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Vol. 7 / No. 3

By: Rodney S. Young

Early Mosaics at Gordion

Few excavators are inclined to utter cries of joy when they happen upon a mosaic floor. Mosaics cannot in good […]

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Vol. 11 / No. 1

By: Rodney S. Young

Operation Gordion

After nearly twenty years of activity at Gordion it is perhaps well to look back, to recall the reasons for […]

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Vol. 16 / No. 3

By: Rodney S. Young

Phrygian Furniture From Gordion

Near the beginning of his history Hero¬≠dotus tells us that “Midas son of Gordios, king of Phrygia was the first […]

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