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  • Repositioning the Sea on the Great Altar of Pergamon: A Demonstration of
           Hellenistic Boat Construction on the Telephos Frieze

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      Abstract: ArticleThe Telephos frieze of the Great Altar of Pergamon contains a rare testimony of boat construction in the Hellenistic period, portraying specialized tools and working practices in an ancient boatyard. The sculpture documents the building of a small boat, offering rare insight into ancient boatbuilding. The vessel of Auge, mother of the Trojan hero Telephos, is a symmetrical skiff with two rounded ends resembling a coffin, a typology barely evidenced archaeologically.
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  • Hellenistic Sealings and Archives: Proceedings of The Edfu Connection, An
           International Conference

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      Abstract: 126.4 Read Article Edited by Branko F. van Oppen de Ruiter and Ronald WallenfelsReviewed by Noah Kaye1Book Review
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  • Destinations in Mind: Portraying Places on the Roman Empire’s
           Souvenirs

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      Abstract: 126.4 Read Article By Kimberly CassibryReviewed by Sinclair W. Bell1Book Review
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  • Rhetoric and Innovation in Hellenistic Art

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      Abstract: 126.4 Read Article By Kristen SeamanReviewed by Stephanie M. Langin-Hooper1Book Review
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  • Religion in the Art of Archaic and Classical Greece

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      Abstract: 126.4 Read Article By Tyler Jo SmithReviewed by K.A. Rask1Book Review
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  • Domestic Space, Access Analysis, and Social Transformations: Houses in
           Iron Age and Roman Mediterranean Gaul

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      Abstract: ArticleStudies investigating changes in domestic architecture from the Iron Age to the Roman period in the northwestern provinces of the Roman empire have often suggested an important degree of continuity in domestic social relations, although the province of Mediterranean Gaul, Gallia Narbonensis, has been underrepresented in these studies. This article employs access analysis to compare domestic space in Mediterranean Gaul at three preconquest Iron Age settlements (ca. 500–50 BCE) and five Roman-period houses from the first–second centuries CE.
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  • Refuse and the Roman City: Determining the Formation Processes of Refuse
           Assemblages Using Statistical Measures of Heterogeneity

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      Abstract: ArticleThe movement of refuse through an ancient city remains poorly understood despite an increasing body of excavated and published evidence. Urban refuse deposits are commonly attributed to simple discard behaviors: residents casually threw away their refuse, unintentionally forming much of today’s archaeological record. This study reevaluates the formation processes of such deposits with quantitative data.
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  • Volume 126 (2022) Index

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      Abstract: AJA Index
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  • The Temple of Artemis at Sardis

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      Abstract: 126.4 Read Article By Fikret K. YegülReviewed by Thomas Noble Howe1Book Review
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  • Life Histories of Theban Tombs: Transdisciplinary Investigations of a
           Cluster of Rock-Cut Tombs at Sheikh ‘Abd al-Qurna

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      Abstract: 126.4 Read Article Edited by Andrea Loprieno-GnirsReviewed by Stefan Bojowald1Book Review
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  • Archaeobotanical Research in Classical Archaeology

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      Abstract: State of the DisciplineThe recovery, identification, and analysis of archaeobotanical remains can help address a wide range of archaeological and historical research questions, from foodways, to the agricultural economy, to ritual practice and social identity. This state of the discipline article reviews the application of archaeobotanical techniques to classical archaeology from historical, regional, and thematic perspectives. It also highlights current challenges and limitations in the field of archaeobotany.
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  • The Archaeology of Late Bronze Age Interaction and Mobility at the Gates
           of Europe: People, Things, and Networks Around the Southern Adriatic Sea

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      Abstract: 126.4 Read Article By Francesco IaconoReviewed by Francesca Fulminante1Book Review
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  • Pottery from Tell Khaiber: A Craft Tradition of the First Sealand Dynasty

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      Abstract: 126.4 Read Article By Daniel CalderbankReviewed by Steve Renette1Book Review
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  • A Falcon Shrine at the Port of Berenike (Red Sea Coast, Egypt)

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      Abstract: Field ReportDuring excavations at the Hellenistic-Roman port of Berenike (on the Red Sea coast of Egypt) in the winter of 2019, work in the so-called Northern Complex documented a religious space from the Late Roman period. The excavation of a portion of this space recorded material that, together with the architecture, suggests a ritual function associated with a falcon cult.
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  • Poteri e strategie familiari di Volterra: Il caso di una comunità
           etrusca nel mondo romano

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      Abstract: 126.4 Read Article By Valentina LiminaReviewed by Alessandro Sebastiani1Book Review
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  • Martha Sharp Joukowsky, 1936–2022

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      Abstract: Necrology
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  • Olympia: A Cultural History

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      Abstract: 126.4 Read Article By Judith M. BarringerReviewed by Stephan Lehmann1Book Review
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  • The Transition to Late Antiquity on the Lower Danube: Excavations and
           Survey at Dichin, a Late Roman to Early Byzantine Fort and a Roman
           Aqueduct

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      Abstract: 126.4 Read Article By Andrew Poulter, with contributions by Michael Boyd, Anastasia Cholakova, Ventzislav Dinchev, Eleanor Ghey, Pam Grinter, Peter Guest, A. Hammon, Tania Hristova, Barbara Hurman, Cluny Johnstone, W.H. Manning, Heike Neumann, Rachel Parks, Thomas Smith, Vivien Swan, Roger Tomlin, Ivan Tsurov, Pavlina Vladkova, and Susan WattsBy Andrew PoulterReviewed by Carolyn S. Snively1Book Review
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  • Erratum

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      Abstract: ErratumIn the April 2022 issue, an error appeared in “Negotiating Infant Personhood in Death: Interpreting Atypical Burials in the Late Roman Infant and Child Cemetery at Poggio Gramignano (Italy)” (AJA 126.3:219–41). Hemozoin isolation analysis positively demonstrated the presence of P. falciparum in one of the individuals buried at the site (IB36), not two individuals (IB36 and IB39) as incorrectly stated. The digital edition has been corrected.
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  • Hellenistic and Roman Gerasa: The Archaeology and History of a Decapolis
           City

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      Abstract: 126.3 Read Article Edited by Achim Lichtenberger and Rubina RajaReviewed by Massimo Brizzi1Book Review
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  • Against Method

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      Abstract: Online Review Article
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  • The Canadian Excavations at Anemurium in Cilicia

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      Abstract: 126.3 Read Article By James Russell, with contributions from C.W.J. Eliot, Hector Williams, Sheila Campbell, Nigel Kennell, and Thomas BoydReviewed by Mark P.C. Jackson1Book Review
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  • Hellenistic Landscapes and Seleucid Control in Mesopotamia: The View from
           the Erbil Plain in Northern Iraq

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      Abstract: Field ReportIn this article we discuss the archaeological landscapes of the Erbil plain during the Hellenistic period (late fourth century BCE–mid second century BCE) based on the data collected during the Erbil Plain Archaeological Survey (EPAS) between 2012 and 2019. We use a landscape archaeology approach to trace patterns of habitation, migration, land exploitation, and water management from the Iron Age to the early first millennium CE.
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  • Depicting Amazons as Local Heroes in Hellenized Anatolia

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      Abstract: ArticleThrough an analysis of images of Amazons in their original historical and cultural contexts, this article re-evaluates one of the most iconic subjects in Greek art and its reimagining in Hellenized Anatolia. It argues that in Anatolia, Amazons were regularly depicted not as barbarians from exotic locales but rather as heroes with whom the local population identified. Anatolia was a mythological homeland for the warrior women, and local stories frequently cast the Amazons as an integral part of their histories.
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  • A Curious Artifact: The Changing Meaning of the Roman Oil Lamp from
           17th-Century Jamestown, Virginia

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      Abstract: ArticleIn 2006, a Roman oil lamp was scientifically excavated at Jamestown, Virginia, the earliest permanent English settlement in the Americas. This study explores why a 17th-century traveler would bring this ancient lighting vessel to the settlement and how its unusual double depositional history allows us to trace its changing meaning over time. It further demonstrates that the Jamestown lamp is the type of object that appealed to British and European nobility as a curiosity based on the inclusion of Roman lamps in still life paintings, collections, catalogues, and inventories.
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  • A Letter from the Museum Reviews Editor

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      Abstract: Editorial
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  • Neolithic Spaces: Social and Sensory Landscapes of the First Farmers of
           Italy, and Neolithic Spaces: The Bradford Archive of Aerial Photographs

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      Abstract: 126.3 Read Article By Sue Hamilton and Ruth Whitehouse, and Mike Seager ThomasReviewed by Kyle P. Freund1Book Review
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  • A Catalogue of the Sculpture Collection at Wilton House

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      Abstract: 126.3 Read Article By Peter StewartReviewed by Elizabeth Bartman1Book Review
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  • Iron Age Terracotta Figurines from the Southern Levant in Context

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      Abstract: 126.3 Read Article Edited by Erin D. Darby and Izaak J. de HulsterReviewed by Barbara Bolognani1Book Review
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  • A Community Empowerment Approach to Heritage Management: From Values
           Assessment to Local Engagement

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      Abstract: 126.3 Read Article By Evangelos KyriakidisReviewed by Saro A. Wallace1Book Review
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