Vol. 6 No. 1 | Spring 2002

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    TUNNELING THROUGH TEOTIHUACAN
    Archaeologists are digging deep into the mysteries of the America's first metropolis
    BY WILL WEISSERT
    page 20


    THE LITTLE-KNOWN TREASURES OF THE LOWER PECOS
    If you’re looking for amazing rock art, you’ll find it in this remote part of Texas.
    BY TAMAR STIEBER
    page 12


    REMOTE SENSING EMERGES
    American archaeologists are gradually embracing this powerful new technology.
    BY BETSA MARSH
    page 27


    FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS
    An archaeologist’s weekend projects evolve into a major endeavor.
    BY NANCY TRAVER
    page 33


    LEGENDS OF ARCHAEOLOGY: MAKING A SCIENCE OF ARCHAEOLOGY
    Cyrus Thomas used scientific methods to advance the field.
    BY JON MULLER
    page 37