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Gold and lapis "Anzu"-bird (the mythological thunder bird); silver ring money. Hoard from jar under drain of bath. Hoards were common at the end of the Akkadian empire. (Original teaching slide code: GE-14)

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View of Zagros mountains (Original teaching slide code: GE-15)

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Note continuity in design structure with the Susana goblet (GE-21); possible ethnic style according to my own work. Scarlet ware jar, Early dynastic period (c. 2800 BC) (Original teaching slide code: GE-16)

35mm slide: 20403


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Tepe Farukhabad is a subsidiary center in the marginal Deh Luran Plain. In an exemplary excavation, Henry Wright opened two small trenches and through careful screening, was able to recover fluctuations in wealth of the two households as well as in amounts of goods produced for and received in exchange. Section of Excavation B. (Original teaching slide code: GE-17)

Ubaid, Elamite, c. 4500 - 1300 BC

35mm slide: 20404


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Mudbrick building in level B24. (Original teaching slide code: GE-18)

35mm slide: 20405


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Area around Susa. (Original teaching slide code: GE-19)

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View of Mellaart's excavations. (Original teaching slide code: GE-2)

35mm slide: 20389


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17320- Persian shawl


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Chichén Itzá -- Temple of the Warriors -- carved columns.

35mm slide: 393


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"Castle" is the dig house; the pillar of earth (called the "Temoin de Morgan") is the original mound surface; excavations in progress are of the Uruk period. Susa. (Original teaching slide code: GE-20)

35mm slide: 20407


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Goblet from the Susiana period (c. 4000BC). Note saluki's (dogs) around top. These vessels are the subject of Susan Pollock’s (1983) paper on style in the Journal of Anthropological Archaeology. (Original teaching slide code: GE-21)


35mm slide: 20408


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Priest-king figure from the Late Uruk period. May represent the "En", or earliest ruler of Uruk (Original teaching slide code: GE-22)


35mm slide: 20409


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View of restored temple tower (Ziggurat) of Ur-Nama c. 2100 BC. Ur-Nama was founder of the 3rd Dynasty of Ur. (Original teaching slide code: GE-23)

35mm slide: 20410


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Mesopotamia-Ur. Modern reed houses on canal near Ur. This form of architecture goes back to the Ubaid period. (Original teaching slide code: GE-24)

35mm slide: 20411


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Bogazköy was the capital of the Hittite Empire, which reached the peak of its power ca. 1450-1180 BC. The walled area of the site covers over 200 ha. Temple 1 is the largest at the site, comprising administrative, residential, scribal school, and storage areas. View to north of the lower town and river. (Original teaching slide code: GE-3)

35mm slide: 20390


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Bogazköy, part of Temple 1 with storage jars. (Original teaching slide code: GE-4)

35mm slide: 20391


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Yazilikaya is an open-air rock sanctuary close to Bogazköy. See J. Macqueen (1986), The Hittites. Relief of "soldier-gods". (Original teaching slide code: GE-5)

35mm slide: 20392


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Map of Mesopotamia. (Original teaching slide code: GE-6) Geoffrey Emberling

35mm slide: 20393


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Note Akkadian period (ca. 2250 BC) public building "FS" on spur from left; Mitanni period (c. 1400 BC) fortress on peak. View to north of Tell-Brak. (Original teaching slide code: GE-7)

35mm slide: 20394


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Chichén Itzá -- Temple of the Warriors -- carved columns.

35mm slide: 394


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Note possible city gate; subsidiary settlements of the Middle Uruk period (ca. 3500 BC). View to north of tell. (Original teaching slide code: GE-8)

35mm slide: 20395


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Mitanni fortress built of red bricks, which had to be made from mud from fields far below. (Original teaching slide code: GE-9)

35mm slide: 20396


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Map of Italy showing Etruscan, Greek and Italic territory around 500 BC. (Original teaching slide code: JER-1)

35mm slide: 20603


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Coliseum, interior view with arena floor gone, showing underground chambers for gladiators and animals. (Original teaching slide code: JER10)

35mm slide: 20612


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Via dell’ Abbondanza, view of house and shop facades of ordinary street. (Original teaching slide code: JER11)

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Temple of Jove, temple ruins on platform. (Original teaching slide code: JER12)

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Mills and oven at bakehouse. (Original teaching slide code: JER13)

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Archaeological storehouse; 1000s of storage and transport amphorae found. (Original teaching slide code: JER14)

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House of the Faun; inside view, note peristyle (Original teaching slide code: JER16)

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House of Vettii; inside view, note atrium (Original teaching slide code: JER-1)

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Chichén Itzá -- From El Castillo. L to R -- Caracol, Monjas, Red House, High priest's grave, House of the Deer.

35mm slide: 395


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Main Theater (Original teaching slide code: JER17)

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Villa of the Mysteries. Fresco of women preparing for a wedding (Original teaching slide code: JER18)

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plaster casts of fugitives, hollows in ash made by casualties of eruption (Original teaching slide code: JER19)

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Etruscan hut urn, for cremation burials, ca. 5th century BC. (Original teaching slide code: JER-2) Florence, Museo Archeologico

35mm slide: 20604


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Public restrooms, Roman Imperial (Original teaching slide code: JER20)

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Roman amphorae sherds, from wreck in shallow water of coast of Calabria (Original teaching slide code: JER21)

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Provincial Roman town center. Roccalletta del Vescovo di Squillace, Calabria (Original teaching slide code: JER22)

35mm slide: 20624


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Impressed ware. The major pottery style of the initial Mediterranean Neolithic; from survey, Apulia, Italy (Original teaching slide code: JER24)

35mm slide: 20626


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Chichén Itzá -- Caracol and El Castillo in distance.

35mm slide: 396


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Collapsed plaster and wall trenches of Early Neolithic house rebuilt several times; see also PM-41 for LBK house (Original teaching slide code: JER26) Lucerna, italy

35mm slide: 20628


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Excavations by Hungarian archaeologists at Neolithic tell (Original teaching slide code: JER27)

35mm slide: 20629


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Carbonized wheat grains from Bronze Age settlement; major European domesticated grain (Original teaching slide code: JER-2)

35mm slide: 20630


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Swiss lakeside villages. Neolithic tools of organic materials (wood and cord) from various waterlogged sites. (Original teaching slide code: JER29)


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Etruscan tombs, note building-like form; ca. 6th c. BC. (Original teaching slide code: JER-3)

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Swiss lakeside villages. Neolithic tools of organic materials (wood and cord) from various waterlogged sites. (Original teaching slide code: JER30)


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"Ice Man" mummy being "excavated", note use of ski pole as excavation tool, absence of any scientific method. (Original teaching slide code: JER31)


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The "Ice Man’s" wood items in situ, note bow, arrows, etc. tumbling out of glacier. (Original teaching slide code: JER32)

Book is in German


35mm slide: 20634


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Neolithic female figurine, seated female with features resembling bird/geometric designs. (Original teaching slide code: JER33)


35mm slide: 20635


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Neolithic cave paintings: abstract signs and hunting scene from the most extensive Neolithic cave paintings in Europe, Late Neolithic (ca. 4500-3500 BC); may be cult place for male hunting cults. (Original teaching slide code: JER34)


35mm slide: 20636