March/April 2017 Issue

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  • Features

    The First American Revolution

    Exploring the legacy of the New World’s most successful native rebellion

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    (Connie Photos)
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    Kings of Cooperation

    The Olmec city of Tres Zapotes may have owed its longevity to a new form of government

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    (De Agostini Picture Library/Getty Images)
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    The Road Almost Taken

    An ancient city in Germany tells a different story of the Roman conquest

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    (© Courtesy Gabriele Rasbach, DAI)
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    Town Beneath the Waves

    In a chance find just off Greece’s Peloponnese, archaeologists have discovered the remains of a once-thriving Early Bronze Age settlement

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    Hidden From View

    One of Cappadocia’s underground cities may yet yield clues about its history

Letter from Philadelphia

Letter from Philadelphia

Empire of Glass

An unusual industrial history emerges from some of the city’s hippest neighborhoods

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(Courtesy AECOM, Digging I-95)



Middle Bronze Age Jug

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(Courtesy Clara Amit)

Digs & Discoveries

Off the Grid

Off the Grid March/April 2017

Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal

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(Courtesy Caroline Bergeron)

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