Volume 9 / Number 4

1967

On The Cover: Adam, Eve, and Serpent.

Vol. 9 / No. 4

By: Alfred Kidder, II

A Mochica Potato Bird

Peru is famous for rich, natural resources, animal, vegetable and mineral, that about in its varied geographical zones from the […]

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Vol. 9 / No. 4

By: Froelich Rainey

Marie Lemoine Harrison

We of the University Museum staff are all too sharply reminded by the death of Mrs. Charles C. Harrison, Jr. […]

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occult drawing

Vol. 9 / No. 4

By: Allan Young

Varieties of Amhara Graphic Art

The Amhara are the politically dominant people of modern Ethiopia. Agriculturalists of the northern highlands, they are the descendants of […]

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Vol. 9 / No. 4

By: Samuel Noah Kramer

Reflections on the Mesopotamian Flood: The Cuneiform Data New and Old

Historiography, the writing of history, was hardly a favorite subject of the ancient Mesopotamian academicians and men of letters. Lacking […]

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photo of object

Vol. 9 / No. 4

By: Vimala S. Begley

Archaeological Exploration in Northern Ceylon

In 1926 Hocart wrote that “what is needed for Ceylon archaeology is a stratified site” (A.M. Hocart in¬†Archaeological Survey of […]

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Photo of stamp seal

Vol. 9 / No. 4

By: George F. Dales

South Asia’s Earliest Writing: Still Undeciphered

The introduction of the art of writing is recognized as one of the most crucial advances in the history of […]

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