May/June 2015 Issue

Features From the Issue

  • Features

    The Cult of Amun

    In the epic rivalry between ancient Egypt and Nubia, one god had enduring appeal

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    (Courtesy Y. Guichard © The Berber-Abidiya Archaeological Project)
  • Features

    The Minoans of Crete

    More than 100 years after it was first discovered, the town of Gournia is once again redefining the island's past

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    (Jarrett A. Lobell)
  • Features

    Mysteries of the Brotherhood

    Archaeologists are searching for the origins of a secretive Catholic society in northern New Mexico

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    When in Rome

    New excavations are providing an unexpected view of nearly one thousand years of life in the capital

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    Ghosts of the Golden Gate

    Two ships, two continents, and the ocean that connects them

Letter from Hawaii

Letter from Hawaii

Inside Kauai's Past

Ideal conditions within an ancient cave system are revealing a rich history that reaches back to a time before humans settled the island and extends to the present day

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(Courtesy Lida Piggott Burney)




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(Courtesy Joachim Śliwa)

Digs & Discoveries

Off the Grid

Off the Grid May/June 2015

Saul's Mound, Pinson Mounds, Tennessee

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(Wikimedia Commons, Photo: Brian Stansberry)

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