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97.3

July 1993 (97.3)

97.3

Articles

The Director, the Dealer, the Goddess, and Her Champions: The Acquisition of the Fitzwilliam Goddess (pp. 383–401)
Kevin Butcher and David W.J. Gill

The Female Athletic Costume at the Heraia and Prenuptial Initiation Rites (pp. 403–422)
Nancy Serwint

The Cartoceto Bronzes: Portraits of a Roman Aristocratic Family of the Late First Century B.C. (pp. 423–446)
John Pollini

In Tiburtium usum: Special Arrangements in the Roman Water System (Frontinus, Aq. 6.5) (pp. 447–455)
Harry B. Evans

Newsletters

Archaeology in Jordan (pp. 457–520)
Bert de Vries and Pierre Bikai

Archaeology on the Northern Coast of the Black Sea (pp. 521–563)
Michail J. Treister and Yuri G. Vinogradov

Necrologies

Elisabeth Alföldi-Rosenbaum, 1921–1992 (pp. 565–566)
Sheila D. Campbell and James Russell

Saul S. Weinberg, 1911–1992 (pp. 567–569)
Sharon C. Herbert

Book Reviews

Economic Prehistory: Papers on Archaeology and Space, Time, and Man: A Prehistorian’s View (pp. 571–572)
By Grahame Clark
Reviewed by Peter S. Wells

Ceramic Production and Distribution: An Integrated Approach (pp. 572–573)
By George J. Bey and Christopher A. Pool
Reviewed by Charles C. Kolb

Early Mesopotamia: Society and Economy at the Dawn of History (pp. 573–574)
By J.N. Postgate
Reviewed by Benjamin R. Foster

Feeding Cities: Specialized Animal Economy in the Ancient Near East (pp. 574–575)
By Melinda A. Zeder
Reviewed by Benjamin R. Foster

Idea into Image: Essays on Ancient Egyptian Thought (p. 575)
By Erik Hornung and Elizabeth Bredeck
Reviewed by Whitney Davis

Howard Carter: The Path to Tutankhamun (p. 576)
By T.G.H. James
Reviewed by William H. Peck

Bautechnik der Antike (pp. 576–577)
By Adolf Hoffman et al.
Reviewed by John Griffiths Pedley

Choes and Anthesteria: Athenian Iconography and Ritual (pp. 578–579)
By Richard Hamilton
Reviewed by Mark W. Padilla

A Greek City of the Fourth Century B.C. (pp. 579–580)
By S.C. Bakhuizen
Reviewed by Barbara Tsakirgis

Untersuchungen zur Chronologie Früh-und Hochhellenistischen Goldschmucks (pp. 580–581)
By Michael Pfrommer
Reviewed by Stella G. Miller

Religion and Religious Practice in the Seleucid Kingdom (p. 581)
By Per Bilde et al.
Reviewed by Susan B. Downey

Phyromachos-Probleme. Mit einem Anhang zur Datierung des grossen Altares von pergamon (pp. 582–583)
By Bernard Andreae
Reviewed by Beryl Barr-Sharrar

The Seated and Standing Statue Akroteria from Poggio Civitate (Murlo) (pp. 583–584)
By Ingrid E.M. Edlund-Berry
Reviewed by Birgitte Ginge

Crise et transformation des sociétés archaïques de l’Italie antique au Ve siècle av. J.-C. (pp. 584–586)
Reviewed by Maurizio Gualtieri

Die Basilika in Pompeji (pp. 586–587)
By Karlfriedrich Ohr
Reviewed by L. Richardson, Jr.

The Houses of Roman Italy, 100 B.C.–A.D. 250: Ritual, Space, and Decoration (pp. 587–588)
By John R. Clarke
Reviewed by Penelope Allison

Monumenti antichi di Roma nei disegni di Alberto Alberti (pp. 588–589)
By Giovanna Maria Forni
Reviewed by Claire L. Lyons

The Sacred Identity of Ephesos: Foundation Myths of a Roman City (pp. 589–590)
By Guy MacLean Rogers
Reviewed by Susan Guettel Cole

Corpus des mosaïques de Tunisie II: Région de Zaghouan 3: Thuburbo Majus, les mosaïques dans la région ouest (pp. 590–591)
By Aïcha Ben Abed-Ben Khader
Reviewed by David Parrish

Terra sigillata tardo italica decorata (pp. 591–592)
By Maura Medri
Reviewed by Joann Freed

La céramique paléochrétienne de Thasos (Aliki, Delkos, fouilles anciennes) (pp. 592–593)
By C. Abadie-Reynal and J.-P. Sodini
Reviewed by Joann Freed

Voyage to the Other World: The Legacy of Sutton Hoo (pp. 593–594)
By Calvin B. Kendall and Peter S. Wells
Reviewed by Eric Klingelhofer

Architecture and the After-Life (pp. 594–595)
By Howard Colvin
Reviewed by Fred S. Kleiner

Bearers of Meaning: The Classical Orders in Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance (pp. 595–596)
By John Onians
Reviewed by Ingrid D. Rowland

Antiquity Restored: Essays on the Afterlife of the Antique (pp. 596–598)
By Seymour Howard
Reviewed by Hetty Joyce

Books Received

List of Books Received (pp. 598–600)