September/October 2014 Issue

Features From the Issue

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    America, in the Beginning

    Archaeologists continue their search for evidence of how the vast, once-uninhabited regions of the New World came to be populated

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    (Gianni Dagli Orti/The Art Archive at Art Resource)
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    Erbil Revealed

    How the first excavations in an ancient city are supporting its claim as the oldest continuously inhabited place in the world

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    (Courtesy and Copyright Golden Eagle Global, Kurdistan, Iraq)
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    Illegally enslaved and then marooned on remote Tromelin Island for fifteen years, with only archaeology to tell their story

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    (Richard Bouhet/ Getty Images)
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    Monumental Discovery

    A stunning second-century sanctuary emerges in the heart of Roman Gaul

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    The Great War in Miniature

    The excavation of a unique battlefield model provides insight into military tactics and the evolution of warfare

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    Royalty from the Sport of Kings

    Unearthing a legend of California racing history

Letter from the Bronx

Letter from the Bronx

The Past Becomes Present

A collection of objects left behind in a New York City neighborhood connects students with the lives of people who were contemporary with their great-great-great-grandparents

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(Courtesy Celia J. Bergoffen Ph.D. R.P.A.)



Silver Figurine

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(Courtesy Claus Feveile/Østfyns Museum)

Digs & Discoveries

Off the Grid

Off the Grid September/October 2014

Fiesole, Italy

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(Courtesy Peter Banyasz)

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