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89.4

October 1985 (89.4)

89.4

Volume 89 (1985) Index (Open Access)

Archaeology in Anatolia (pp. 547–567)
Machteld J. Mellink

Chronologies in Old World Archaeology, 1983–1984

The Chronology of Central Western Iran 2600–1400 B.C. (pp. 569–581)
Robert C. Henrickson

The Inscribed Material of the First Intermediate Period from Naga-ed-Dêr (pp. 581–584)
Edward Brovarski

Americanist Archaeology in 1984 (pp. 585–611)
Reviewed by Robert C. Dunnell

Τὰ Ω̑̓τα Κατεηγότα (pp. 613–617)
Felix Eckstein

The Delian Nike and the Search for Chian Sculpture (pp. 619–626)
Kenneth Sheedy

The Significance of the Handshake Motif in Classical Funerary Art (pp. 627–640)
Glenys Davies

From a Phrygian Quarry: The Provenance of the Statues of the Dacian Prisoners in Trajan’s Forum at Rome (pp. 641–653)
Marc Waelkens

Four Unfinished Sarcophagus Lids at Docimium and the Roman Imperial Quarry System in Phrygia (pp. 655–662)
J. Clayton Fant

Archaeological Notes

Two Notes on Dara (pp. 663–671)
Oliver Nicholson

Punic and Greek Bronze Coins from Carthage (pp. 671–675)
Paolo Visonà

A Newly Discovered Capital from the Thrasyllos Monument (pp. 676–680)
Rhys F. Townsend

Notes on Neandria (pp. 680–683)
F.E. Winter

The Peloponnesian Pyramids Reconsidered (pp. 683–689)
Helena M. Fracchia

The Anticythera Fulcrum Bust: A Portrait of Arsinoë III (pp. 689–692)
Beryl Barr-Sharrar

The Elliott Marbles (pp. 692–693)
John Roth

Book Reviews

L’Antiquarium di Castiglione del Lago e l’ager clusinus orientale (p. 695)
By Walter Pagnotta
Reviewed by R. Ross Holloway

The Black and White Style: Athens and Aigina in the Orientalizing Period (pp. 695–697)
By Sarah P. Morris
Reviewed by Jane Burr Carter

Wealthy Corinth: A History of the City to 338 B.C. (pp. 697–699)
By J.B. Salmon
Reviewed by Ronald S. Stroud

Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, Stockholm, Fascicule 1 (Sweden, Fascicule 2). Stockholm, Medelhavsmuseet and Nationalmuseum (pp. 699–700)
By Mary Blomberg, Madeleine von Heland, Charlotte Thune Malmgren, and Charlotte Wikander
Reviewed by D.A. Amyx

Der Raub der Persephone in der antiken Kunst (pp. 700–701)
By Ruth Lindner
Reviewed by John H. Oakley

Caeretan Hydriae (pp. 701–703)
By Jaap M. Hemelrijk
Reviewed by Gerald P. Schaus

Les protomés féminines archaïques. Recherches sur les représentations du visage dans la plastique grecque de 500 à 480 av. J.-C. (pp. 703–704)
By Francis Croissant
Reviewed by Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway

La scultura in pietra di Selinunte (pp. 704–705)
By Vincenzo Tusa
Reviewed by Brunilde Sismondo Ridgway

Campania (pp. 705–707)
By Martin Fredericksen and Nicholas Purcell
Reviewed by John Griffiths Pedley

Der Klagefrauensarkophag aus Sidon, by Robert Fleischer; Tribune d’Echmoun. Ein griechischer Reliefzyklus des 4. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. in Sidon, by Rolf A. Stucky (pp. 707–708)
Reviewed by Christine Mitchell Havelock

Die Echohalle (pp. 708–709)
By Wolf Koenigs
Reviewed by Robert L. Pounder

Die antiken Gemmen (pp. 709–710)
By Peter Zazoff
Reviewed by Paul Yule

Musée d’Art et d’Histoire de Genève. Catalogue raisonné des sceaux, cylindres, intailles et camées 3, by Marie-Louise Vollenweider; Die antiken Gemmen in Rheinischen Landesmuseum Bonn, by Gertrud Platz-Horster (pp. 710–711)
Reviewed by John Boardman

L’età d’oro di Cleopatra. Indagine sulla Tazza Farnese (pp. 711–712)
By Eugenio La Rocca
Reviewed by Jon van de Grift

Le Bas Vivarais à l’époque romaine. Recherches sur la cité d’Alba (pp. 712–713)
By Roger Lauxerois
Reviewed by Alfonz Lengyel

Books Received

List of Books Received (pp. 713–715)