Vol. 8 No. 3 | Fall 2004

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    THE WORLD WIDE WEB OF ANTIQUITIES
    The Internet is providing a new market for illegal antiquities trading. Archaeologists and law enforcement officials are struggling to deal with this problem.
    BY ELAINE ROBBINS
    page 27

    UNDERSTANDING 19TH CENTURY INDUSTRY
    America’s military-industrial complex began with the West Point Foundry. Archaeologists are investigating the foundry’s remains to understand how it operated.
    BY HILARY DAVIDSON
    page 12

    PREHISTORY DEFROSTED
    Melting ice patches in Canada’s Yukon Territories are yielding amazing ancient organic artifacts.
    BY CATHERINE DOLD
    page 20

    THE BEGINNINGS OF MAYA CIVILIZATION
    Researchers have largely ignored the piedmont region in southern Guatemala. But there are indications that it played an important role in the Maya’s development.
    BY MICHAEL BAWAYA
    page 31

    THE FATHER OF SOUTHWESTERN ARCHAEOLOGY
    Alfred Vincent Kidder employed a scientific methodology in his work at Pecos Pueblo.
    BY TAMARA STEWART
    page 40