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January–March 1927 (31.1)

The Church of SS. Cosma e Damiano in Rome (pp. 1–18)
Philip Barrows Whitehead

A Roman Chamber-Tomb at Sardis (pp. 19–25)
Theodore Leslie Shear

The Discovery of a Prehistoric Site at Sizma (pp. 26–50)
David M. Robinson

New Light on the Discovery of Yucatan, and the Foundation of the New Maya Empire (pp. 51–69)
Sylvanus Griswold Morley

Excavations at Corinth 1926 (pp. 70–79)
B.H. Hill

ΤϒΠΟΣ and Timotheos (pp. 80–82)
Gisela M.A. Richter

General Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, December 28–30, 1926 (pp. 83–98)

Archaeological News (pp. 99–127)
Edward H. Heffner, J.A.M., and E.P.B.

Book Reviews

Die Proportion in Antike und Mittelalter (p. 128)
By Ernst Moessel
Reviewed by L.D. Caskey

Dionysischer Reigen, Lied und Bild in der Antike (pp. 128–129)
By Fritz Weege
Reviewed by G.M.A. Richter

New Coptic Texts from the Monastery of Saint Macarius (p. 129)
By Hugh G. Evelyn White and G.P.G. Sobhy
Reviewed by W.H. Worrell

The Monastery of Epiphanius at Thebes. A Publication of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Egyptian Expedition (pp. 129–130)
By H.E. Winlock, W.E. Crum, and H.G. Evelyn White
Reviewed by Carl H. Kraeling

Aes Grave: A Study of the Cast Coinages of Rome and Central Italy (pp. 130–131)
By Edward A. Sydenham
Reviewed by A.D. Fraser

Totenteil und Seelgerät im Griechischen Recht (pp. 132–133)
By Eberhard Friedrich Bruck
Reviewed by David M. Robinson

Inscriptions de Délos, Comptes des Hiéropes (Nos. 209–371) (pp. 133–134)
By Félix Durrbach
Reviewed by Allen B. West

Die Metallkunst Der Alten Ägypter (pp. 134–136)
By Georg Möller
Reviewed by C.R. Williams

Das Schluszkapitel Von Xenophons Symposion by Alfred Körte; Ein Neues Bildnis des Sokrates (pp. 136–137)
By Franz Studniczka
Reviewed by Gisela M.A. Richter

La Civilisation Phénicienne (pp. 137–139)
By G. Contenau
Reviewed by William C. Hayes, Jr.

The Early Architectural History of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela (p. 139)
By Kenneth John Conant
Reviewed by G.G. King                                         

The Imperial Palaces of Peking. Part I, The Forbidden City (p. 140)
By Osvald Sirén
Reviewed by F.J. Mather