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90.1

January 1986 (90.1)

90.1

Editorial

Editorial Letters (pp. 1–2)
Fred S. Kleiner and Stephen L. Dyson

Articles

Achaemenid Settlement in the Persepolis Plain (pp. 3–31)
W.M. Sumner

A Kouros-Statuette from Egypt in the Field Museum (p. 33)
R. Ross Holloway

Athena and Herakles on Exekias’ Calyx-Krater (pp. 35–39)
Mary B. Moore

The Nemean “Akrotatos the Good” Graffito Again (p. 41)
Ian Worthington

Machon, Frag. 5 (Gow) (pp. 43–44)
Alan L. Boegehold

An Early Imperial Pseudodipteral Temple at Sardis (pp. 45–68)
Christopher Ratté, Thomas N. Howe and Clive Foss

Hadrianic Architecture and Geometry (pp. 69–85)
David M. Jacobson

A Method of Affixing Fortification Walls to Steep Gradients (pp. 87–88)
W.J. Cherf

Lighting for Photographing Coins and Small Objects (pp. 89–91)
Fred Anderegg

Ancient Techniques for Making Holes in Sheet Metal (pp. 93–94)
William Rostoker

Supposed References to Reaction Soldering in Alcman, Sophocles and Antiphanes (pp. 95–98)
Hans Jüngst

Book Reviews

Prehistoric Quarries and Lithic Production (pp. 99–100)
By J.E. Ericson and B.A. Purdy
Reviewed by John E. Clark

Intrasite Spatial Analysis in Archaeology (pp. 100–102)
By Harold Hietala
Reviewed by T. Douglas Price

Anthropological Archaeology (pp. 102–103)
By Guy Gibbon
Reviewed by Robert Whallon

Amarna Reports I; Amarna Reports II (pp. 103–105)
By Barry J. Kemp
Reviewed by Krzysztof Grzymski

The Zakro Master and His Place in Prehistory (p. 105)
By Judith Weingarten
Reviewed by Emmett L. Bennett, Jr.

Olympische Forschungen XIII, Bronzeschmuck aus Olympia (pp. 105–106)
By Hanna Philipp
Reviewed by Andrew Oliver, Jr.

Siana Cups I and Komast Cups (pp. 106–108)
By H.A.G. Brijder
Reviewed by Ann Blair Brownlee

Herakles and the Sea-Monster in Attic Black-Figure Vase-Painting, by Gudrun Ahlberg-Cornell; Griechische Flussgottheiten in vorhellenistischer Zeit, by Carina Weiss (pp. 108–111)
Reviewed by Mary B. Moore

L’instrument de musique dans la céramique de la Grèce antique (p. 111)
By Daniel Paquette
Reviewed by Jane McIntosh Snyder

L’Offrante de porcelet dans la corpolathie géléene: Étude typologique (pp. 111–113)
By Michel Sguaitamatti
Reviewed by Rebecca Miller Ammerman

Sculptures and Sculptors at Persepolis (pp. 113–114)
By Michael Roaf
Reviewed by Margaret Cool Root

The Syllabic Inscriptions of Rantidi-Paphos (pp. 114–115)
By Terence B. Mitford, Olivier Masson, and Franz Georg Maier
Reviewed by Barry B. Powell

Bronzes étrusques et italiques: Bibliothèque Nationale, Départment des Monnaies, Médailles et Antiques (pp. 115–117)
By Anne-Marie Adam
Reviewed by Emeline Richardson

Greek, Roman, and Islamic Coins from Sardis (pp. 117–118)
By T.V. Buttrey, Ann Johnston, Kenneth M. MacKenzie, and Michael L. Bates
Reviewed by John H. Kroll

The Cambridge Ancient History, Vol. VII, Part I: The Hellenistic World (2nd Edition) (pp. 118–120)
By F.W. Walbank, A.E. Astin, M.W. Frederiksen, and R.M. Ogilvie
Reviewed by Kenneth S. Sacks

Antike Mosaiken in Sizilien; Hellenismus und römische Kaiserzeit 3. Jahrhundert v. Chr.–3. Jahrhundert n. Chr. (pp. 120–122)
By Dela von Boeselager
Reviewed by Margaret A. Alexander

Season Mosaics of Roman North Africa (pp. 122–124)
By David Parrish
Reviewed by David W. Rupp

Glasperlen der vorrömischen Eisenzeit, I (pp. 124–125)
by Thea Elisabeth Haevernick and Otto-Herman Frey
Reviewed by Gladys Davidson Weinberg

The Treasure of Nagyszentmiklós (pp. 125–126)
By Gyula László
Reviewed by Alfonz Lengyel

150-Jahr-Feier Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Rom: Ansprachen und Vorträge 4.–7. Dezember 1979 (pp. 126–128)
Reviewed by L. Richardson, Jr.

Il Monte Testaccio: Ambiente, storia, materiali (pp. 128–129)
By Emilio Rodríguez Almeida
Reviewed by Elizabeth Lyding Will

Die italische Sigillata von Novaesium (Novaesium IX) (pp. 129–131)
By Elisabeth Ettlinger
Reviewed by Howard Comfort

Untersuchungen zur Ehrenstatue in Rom: Literarische und epigraphische Zeugnisse (pp. 131–132)
By Götz Lahusen
Reviewed by Patricia Erhart Mottahedeh

Katalog der römischen Porträts in den Capitolinischen Museen und den anderen kommunalen Sammlungen der Stadt Rom, III: Kaiserinnen- und Prinzessinnenbildnisse, Frauenporträts (pp. 132–134)
By Klaus Fittschen and Paul Zanker
Reviewed by Patricia Erhart Mottahedeh

Das Kenotaph für Gaius Caesar in Limyra (pp. 134–136)
By Joachim Ganzert
Reviewed by John Pollini

Das Maxentius-Mausoleum an der via Appia in Rom (pp. 136–138)
By Jürgen J. Rasch
Reviewed by Alfred Frazer

Syrische Grabreliefs hellenistischer und römischer Zeit: Fundgruppen und Probleme, by Klaus Parlasca; Funerary Portraiture of Roman Palestine: An Analysis of the Production in Its Culture-Historical Context, by Ilona Skupinska-Løvset (pp. 138–140)
Reviewed by Elaine K. Gazda

The Byzantine Church at Dereağzi and Its Decoration (pp. 140–142)
By James Morganstern
Reviewed by W. Eugene Kleinbauer

Books Received

List of Books Received (pp. 142–144)