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106.4

October 2002 (106.4)

106.4

Volume Index

Volume 106 (2002) Index (Open Access)

Articles

The Lost Portico at Knossos: The Central Court Revisited (pp. 513–523) 
Joseph W. Shaw and Arron Lowe

Painted Ladies: Early Cycladic II Mourning Figures? (pp. 525–550) 
Gail L. Hoffman

How Did the Romans Install Revetment? (pp. 551–573) 
Larry F. Ball

Travertine Cornerstones in Ostia Antica: Odd Blocks (pp. 575–580) 
L. Bouke van der Meer

Mines, Territorial Organization, and Social Structure in Roman Iberia: Carthago Noua and the Peninsular Northwest (pp. 581–599) 
Almudena Orejas and F. Javier Sánchez-Palencia

Book Reviews

Minotaur: Sir Arthur Evans and the Archaeology of Minoan Myth (pp. 601–602)
By Joseph Alexander
Reviewed by Susan Heuck Allen

Cracking Codes: The Rosetta Stone and Decipherment (pp. 602–604)
By Richard B. Parkinson et al.
Reviewed by Gregory L. Possehl

Unlocking the Secrets of Ancient Writing: The Parallel Lives of Michael Ventris and Linda Schele and the Decipherment of Mycenaean and Mayan Writing. Catalogue of an Exhibition Held at the Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, March 9–August 1, 2000 (Austin 2000) (pp. 602–604)
By Thomas G. Palaima, E. Pope, and E. Kent Reilly 
Reviewed by Gregory L. Possehl

Late Prehistoric Exploitation of the Eurasian Steppe (pp. 604–605)
By Marsha Levine et al.
Reviewed by Magdalena S. Midgley

Ramad: Site néolithique en damsacène (Syrie) aux VIIIe et VIIe Millénaires avant lère chrétienne (p. 606)
By Henri de Contenson et al.
Reviewed by Stuart Campbell

An Archaeological Investigation of the Central Sinai, Egypt (pp. 607–608)
By Frank W. Eddy and Fred Wendorf 
Reviewed by Steven Snape

New Kingdom Pottery Fabrics: Nile Clay and Mixed Nile/Marl Clay Fabrics from Memphis and Amarna (pp. 608–609)
By Janine D. Bourriau, Laurence M.V. Smith, and Paul T. Nicholson 
Reviewed by Ian Shaw

Canhasan Sites. Vol. 1, Canhasan I: Stratigraphy and Structures (p. 609)
By David French 
Reviewed by Katherine I. Wright

An Island Archaeology of the Early Cyclades (pp. 609–611)
By Cyprian Broodbank
Reviewed by Elizabeth Schofield

Studies on Ancient Egypt in Honour of H.S. Smith (pp. 611–613)
By Anthony Leahy and John Tait 
Reviewed by Stuart Tyson Smith

The Twilight of Ancient Egypt: First Millennium B.C.E. (pp. 613–614)
By Karol Mysliwiec and David Lorton 
Reviewed by T.G. Wilfong

East of the Jordan: Territories and Sites of the Hebrew Scriptures (pp. 614–616)
By Burton MacDonald
Reviewed by Beth Alpert Nakhai

Moats in Ancient Palestine (pp. 616–617)
By Dag Oredsson
Reviewed by Ze’ev Herzog

Gordion: Ahşap Eserler/Wooden Furniture (p. 617)
By Elizabeth Simpson and Krysia Spirydowicz 
Reviewed by Eric Gubel

The Archaeology of Athens (pp. 617–619)
By John M. Camp
Reviewed by Kevin Glowacki

Taranto (pp. 619–620)
By Ettore M. De Juliis 
Reviewed by Alexandra Nilsson

The Origins of the Greek Architectural Orders (pp. 620–622)
By Barbara A. Barletta
Reviewed by Nancy L. Klein

Männerfrisuren der Spätarchaik (p. 622)
By Jacky Strenz
Reviewed by John Griffiths Pedley

LOreficeria nellimpero di Constantinopoli tra IV e VII secolo (pp. 623–624)
By Isabella Baldini Lippolis 
Reviewed by Adriana Calinescu

Castulo, Jaén, España. Vol. 2, El conjunto arquitectónico del Olivar (pp. 624–625)
By José María Blázquez Martínez and María Paz García-Gelabert Pérez 
Reviewed by Bertrand Goffaux

Books Received

List of Books Received (pp. 625–630)