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48.3

July–September 1944 (48.3)

48.3

Archaeological Notes

Two Greek Statues (pp. 229–239)
Gisela M.A. Richter

A Fragment of a Colossal Acrolithic Statue in the Conservatori (pp. 240–250)
Sterling Dow

New Black-Figure Vases (pp. 251–259)
J.M.T. Charlton

Some Late Antique Portraits (pp. 260–268)
Dorothy Kent Hill

The Date of Certain Egyptian Stratified Eye-Beads of Glass (pp. 269–273)
Tsoming N. Shiah

Archaeological News and Discussions (pp. 274–302)
Stephen B. Luce

Book Reviews

Ur Excavations, Vol. V: The Ziggurat and Its Surroundings (pp. 303–305)
By Leonard Woolley
Reviewed by W.F. Albright

Das Hauptheiligtum des Marduk in Babylon, Esagila und Etemenanki (pp. 305–306)
By Friedrich Wetzel and F.H. Weissbach
Reviewed by W.F. Albright

The Ladder of Progress in Palestine. A Story of Archaeological Adventure (p. 306)
By Chester Charlton McCown
Reviewed by Valentine Müller

Nuzi. Report on the Excavations at Yorgan Tepa near Kirkuk, Iraq, Conducted by Harvard University in Conjunction with the American Schools of Oriental Research and the University Museum of Philadelphia, 1927–1931 (pp. 306–308)
By Richard F.S. Starr
Reviewed by W.F. Albright

Mediterranean Culture (pp. 308–309)
By John L. Myres
Reviewed by Dorothy Burr Thompson

Myth and Society in Attic Drama (pp. 309–311)
By Alan M.G. Little
Reviewed by Margarete Bieber

Small Objects from the Pnyx: I (pp. 311–312)
By Gladys R. Davidson and Dorothy Burr Thompson
Reviewed by Wilhelmina van Ingen Elarth

The Political Meeting Places of the Greeks (pp. 312–314)
By William A. McDonald
Reviewed by D.B. Thompson

From Tripoli to Marrakesh (p. 314)
By Kate McK. Elderkin
Reviewed by Valentine Müller

Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, U.S.A. Fascicule 9 (pp. 314–318)
By Christine Alexander
Reviewed by Howard Comfort

The Excavations at Dura-Europos: Final Report IV, Part I, Fascicle I, The Green Glazed Pottery (pp. 318–319)
By Nicholas Toll
Reviewed by F.O. Waage

Coptic Egypt: Papers Read at a Symposium Held under the Joint Auspices of New York University and the Brooklyn Museum (pp. 319–320)
Reviewed by C.R. Morey