Volume XI / Number 4

1920

Vol. XI / No. 4

The Contents

Dr. Leon Legrain, Curator of the Babylonian Section of the University Museum, while assembling the more important of the unpublished […]

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Vol. XI / No. 4

By: Leon Legrain

Reconstructing Ancient History

I Portrait of a King Who Reigned 4130 Years Ago Ibi-Sin, the last king of Ur, began to reign in […]

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Vol. XI / No. 4

By: William Curtis Farabee

Indian Cradles

The long period of infancy has been the one stabilizing influence in the foundation of human society. Around the mother […]

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Vol. XI / No. 4

By: Henry Usher Hall

Maori Wood Carving and Moko

The objects dealt with in this article form part of the exhibition lately arranged in the southeast room on the […]

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By: Stephen Bleeker Luce Jr

An Early Potter’s Wheel

No clearer evidence is known to the arch√¶ologist as to the civilization of any early people, than the pottery which […]

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Vol. XI / No. 4

Notes

Gifts. The following gifts have been received. Mrs. William Lyttleton Savage, two Roman glass vases. Mr. and Mrs. Hampton L. […]

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