Volume I / Number 1

1910

Vol. I / No. 1

A New Departure

It is hoped that this first number of the Museum Journal will meet with a favorable reception on the part […]

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Vol. I / No. 1

By: D. R. M.

The Eckley B. Coxe Junior Expedition: The Egyptian Section

The excavations of the Eckley B. Coxe Junior Expedition to Nubia were carried on during the winter and spring at […]

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Vol. I / No. 1

By: A.T.C.

An Ancient Plow: Babylonian Section

An exceedingly interesting seal impression depicting a plow, drawn by two oxen, is found on a clay tablet with a […]

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Vol. I / No. 1

By: A. T. C.

A Vase of Xerxes: Babylonian Section

As early as 1762 Count Caylus published an account of a marble vase in the Cabinet des M√©dailles de Bibliotheque […]

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Vol. I / No. 1

By: G.B.G.

Mr. Seager in Crete: Mediterranean Section

Mr. Richard B. Seager continued his excavations in Crete during the late winter and spring and has been successful in […]

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Vol. I / No. 1

By: W. N. B.

Casts from the Arch of Trajan at Beneventum: Mediterranean Section

Among the objects which first attract the attention on entering the Mediterranean Section of the Museum are the casts from […]

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Vol. I / No. 1

By: W.N.B

The Heye Collection: American Section

The George G. Heye collection illustrating the culture of the American Indians has been materially enlarged since its first opening […]

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Vol. I / No. 1

By: G.B.G.

Penobscot Birch Bark Canoe: American Section

Mr. John L. Hammer has presented to the Museum a birch bark canoe made by the Penobscot Indians in Maine. […]

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Vol. I / No. 1

By: E.S.

An Apache Basket Jar: American Section

One ordinarily thinks of the Apache as cruel and unprincipled marauders without either time or inclination, until recent years, for […]

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Vol. I / No. 1

By: Edward Sapir

Two Paiute Myths

The two stories that follow are selected from a series of Paiute myths recently obtained from Tony Tillohash, a young […]

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