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Gold sells! – Im Zeichen der goldenen Exponate

“Im Zeichen der Goldenen Greifen. Königsgräber der Skythen.” Ausstellung im Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin (06.07.–01.10.2007), Hypo-Kunsthalle, München (26.10.2007–27.01.2008) und dem Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg (15.02.–25.05.2008). “Nach Golde drängt, am Golde hängt doch alles!” Diese Worte legte Goethe seiner tragischen Figur … Continue reading

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Maltese Archaeology: what future?

14th Annual Meeting of the EAA. Keynote Paper by Anthony Bonanno. The title of this short presentation is inspired by the title of a conference held almost forty years ago on this campus soon after it was inaugurated. That conference … Continue reading

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Mark Hall: Speculum Fantasia – Middle-Earth and Discworld as Mirrors of Medieval Europe

This blog entry is a slightly amended version of the paper given at the EAA Annual Meeting in Zadar, Croatia, September 2007. It was read at the session on Invented Civilisations organised by Cornelius Holtorf and Michael Jasmin. It is … Continue reading

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Review Column: A short guide to American Archaeology

by Michael Dietler, University of Chicago This article offers a brief analysis of the institutional landscape of American archaeology, and it is intended particularly to help European scholars comprehend and navigate this complex and sometimes bewildering domain.(1) It is a … Continue reading

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Review column: John Schofield on archaeology, art and the contemporary past

The review column is a new feature here on the EJA blog. We hope the columns will be of interest to our readers and, hopefully, create some debate. Our first guest author is John Schofield with an essay on archaeology, … Continue reading

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