From the Editor
- Archaeological retrospect 10. Clark, J. Desmond // Antiquity;Nov86, Vol. 60 Issue 230, p179
Narrates interest in archaeology. Lessons learned from archaeologists Miles Burkitt and Grahame Clark; Experience in working with archaeologist Mortimer Wheeler; Appointment at the Rhodes-Livingstone Institute for Social Anthropology in Rhodesia.
- Mortimer Wheeler's science of order: the tradition of accuracy at Arikamedu. Boast, Robin // Antiquity;Mar2002, Vol. 76 Issue 291, p165
Focuses on the archaeological works of Mortimer Wheeler in India in 1944. Major problem encountered by Wheeler; His ideas of association and dating; Results of excavations at Arikamedu.
- ANTIQUITY, Wheeler and Classical archaeology. Snodgrass, Anthony // Antiquity;Dec2002, Vol. 76 Issue 294, p1102
Provides information on the role of the periodical 'Antiquity' in the development of classical archaeology. Overview of the short paper by archaeologist Mortimer Wheeler, entitled 'Size and Baalbek'; Comments from Wheeler on the internal appearance of the Parthenon in Athens, Greece; Discussion...
- Retrospect (But certainly not a necrology!). Fagan, Brian // Antiquity;Mar2004, Vol. 78 Issue 299, p173
Presents an article that chronicles background and experiences in the field of archaeology. Achievements as archaeologist; Views on the importance of archaeology in a civilized society; Contributions in the field of archaeology.
- From the President. Joukowsky, Martha Sharp // Archaeology;Jan/Feb91, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p6
Presents the views of the author with regard to cooperation between archaeologists and teachers. Availability of basic archaeology courses; How archaeologists study artifacts in order to obtain knowledge about history, customs, and living habits; Consideration of archaeology as a career choice.
- Quest for Camelot. // Time;8/12/1966, Vol. 88 Issue 7, p63
The article reports on the efforts of Arthurians to seek for archaeological evidence proving the existence of King Arthur and the legendary place named Camelot at the site near Cadbury Castle in England. Archaelogist Motimer Wheeler had led the Camelot Research Committee to raise funds and to...
- Remembering Bill Waldren. // Earthwatch Institute Journal;Feb2004, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p21
This article pays tribute to Bill Waldren, archaeologist of the Oxford University and principal investigator of the Earthwatch Institute- supported Mallorca's Copper Age project, who died in November 2004. Waldren made tremendous contributions to enhance people's understanding of Mediterranean...
- The Archaeology of the Disenfranchised. Scham, Sandra Arnold // Journal of Archaeological Method & Theory;Jun2001, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p183
The question of multivocality has been much explored and debated in recent archaeological publications. Clearly, the objective of such work is to assure the inclusion of the views of disadvantaged minorities and disenfranchised peoples in the presentation of their own pasts. This objective has...
- Decolonizing Indigenous Archaeology: Developments from Down Under. Smith, Claire; Jackson, Gary // American Indian Quarterly;Summer/Fall2006, Vol. 30 Issue 3/4, p311
This article discusses the author's view regarding the proper acknowledgment of history. The authors state that a proper acknowledgment of history is basic to an understanding of the present circumstances of the societies. They argue that as individuals inherit traits from their parents, so a...