Volume 33 / Number 3

1991

On The Cover: Honcopampa, Peru viewed from the north, Ama Puncu is a group of multi-storied chullpas surrounding a small U-shaped plaza. Several of the chullpas are so poorly preserved that they appear as little more than earthen mounds. Photo by William Isbell.

Vol. 33 / No. 3

By: Seetha N. Reddy

On the Banks of the River: Opportunistic Cultivation in South India

From time immemorial river floodplains have been an attractive environment for human exploitation, particularly through agriculture and pastoralism. Well-known examples, […]

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Vol. 33 / No. 3

By: William H. Isbell

Honcopampa: Monumental Ruins in Peru's North Highlands

More than three thousand years ago, a great tradition of stone sculpture and mega¬≠lithic architecture emerged in Peru’s north highland […]

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Vol. 33 / No. 3

By: Kenneth M. Kensinger

A Body of Knowledge, or, the Body Knows

It was only a brief comment from a father to his young son but it launched me on one of […]

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Vol. 33 / No. 3

By: Eric H. Cline and Martin J. Cline

‘Of Shoes and Ships and Sealing Wax’: International Trade and the Late Bronze Age Aegean

Lewis Carroll, author of Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, was no stranger to classical antiquity. It is, […]

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Vol. 33 / No. 3

By: Robert S. O. Harding

Capuchins, Capybaras, and Cattle: Reports from the Field

Many Museum members are familiar with the popular “Reports from the Field” lecture program. In an effort to expand the […]

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Vol. 33 / No. 3

Reflections of a Digger

Froehlich Rainey served as Director of The University Museum from 1947 to 1976. During those years he helped to make […]

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Vol. 33 / No. 3

By: David O'Connor

Boat Graves and Pyramid Origins: New Discoveries at Abydos, Egypt

The study of ancient Egypt revolves around a number of questions about major aspects of Egyptian culture, questions not yet […]

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