Illustrated London News

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The Illustrated London News war ein von Herbert Ingram und Mark Lemon 1842 gegründetes und bis ins Jahr 1971 wöchentlich erscheinendes englisches Magazin. Die letzte Ausgabe des Magazins erschien im Dezember 2003. Die heute noch existiernde Illustrated London News Ltd ist eine Agentur, welche unter anderem auch das Archiv der Illustrated London News verwaltet.

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Digging in sacred soil: Research in Palestine. – II.
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 00.00.0000

The ancestry of man: Stone Age skulls and their story
Illustrated London News Nr. 158, 08.01.1921, 40–45

A queen city of North Africa: Cyrene
Illustrated London News Nr. 158, 15.01.1921, 81–83

The wonder city of the «heretic pharaoh»: Tell el-Amarna
Illustrated London News Nr. 158, 05.02.1921, 178–179

Containing the finest known kiva: Remarkable Pueblo ruins
Illustrated London News Nr. 158, 19.02.1921, 238

Statuary of many lands: Types of six periods
Illustrated London News Nr. 158, 12.03.1921, 340–341

Digger’s luck: A romance of Egyptian excavation
Illustrated London News Nr. 158, 26.03.1921, 410–414 (Mehenkwetre)

Twice as old as Caesar: Models of ancient Egypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 158, 02.04.1921, 446–449 (Mehenkwetre)

A mummieifed sirloin and roast goose, for the after-world
Illustrated London News Nr. 158, 30.04.1921, 581 (Kurneh)

Some over 6000 years old: «Finds» in Egyptian tombs
Illustrated London News Nr. 159, 02.06.1921, 6

Egyptian art over 3000 years ago: Gems of the Amherst sale
Illustrated London News Nr. 158, 11.06.1921, 782–783

The palace of a king legend as made two kings and a dynasty: The room of state
Illustrated London News Nr. 159, 16.06.1921, 88–89 (Knossos)

How ancient Rome guarded against drought: The great aqueducts – a lesson to modern London
Illustrated London News Nr. 159, 09.07.1921, 46–47

From a civilisation twice overwhelmed: Newly-found relics of ancient Crete
Illustrated London News Nr. 159, 16.07.1921, 94–95

«The horizon of the disk» and its 3000-year-old treasures: Discoveries at Tell el-Amarna
Illustrated London News Nr. 159, 06.08.1921, 182–185

Forgotten wonders of antiquity in the land of the Kemalists: New «finds» in southern Anatolia
Illustrated London News Nr. 159, 24.09.1921, 408–410

The finding of the Broken Hill skull: The mystery of the great bone cave
Illustrated London News Nr. 159, 02.11.1921, 671; 680–687

The palace of Minos
Illustrated London News Nr. 159, 03.12.1921, 798–802 (Knossos)

Bearers of the sacred serpent: Colossal relics of Cambodian snake-worship – a French restoration
Illustrated London News Nr. 159, 10.12.1921, 758–761

Ancient Rome below a German ambassy unearthing the Capitolium; and the temple of Fortuna Virilis
Illustrated London News Nr. 159, 10.12.1921, 758–761

The cliff dwellers of T’zitzikama
Illustrated London News Nr. 159, 24.12.1921, 880–882

New Etruscan discoveries: Sculptures from Orvieto and Arezzo
Illustrated London News Nr. 159, 31.12.1921, 910–911

Gold-work of old Panama: American art before Columbus
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 07.01.1922, 18–19

When gold was restricted to temples and palaces: Peruvian work
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 14.01.1922, 51

The oldest Christian paintings? A great discovery in Rome
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 14.01.1922, 54–55 (Porta Maggiore)

Egyptian «finds» 3000 years old: The pyramid of Amenemhat I.
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 21.01.1922, 76–79

Digging the treasure-laden soil of Italy: A pre-Julian Roman calendar from Nero’s villa
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 28.01.1922, 110–111 (Anzio, Ostia)

Crossing the channel in prehistoric times
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 11.02.1922, 182–185

Prehistoric Malta: The Hal-Tarxien megalithic temple
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 25.02.1922, 261–263

Crete under the Caesars: Discoveries at Gortyna, the Roman capital
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 11.03.1922, 352–356

Minoan animal sculpture 3300 years ago: A bull’s head libation vessel
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 18.03.1922, 388–389

The riddle of the city of sands
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 25.03.1922, 436–438 (Tun-Huang)

Was Stonehenge a megalithic epsom and royal exchange?
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 15.04.1922, 540

To be re-errected after 23 centuries: The great temple of Heracles at Girgenti
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 22.04.1922, 580

Built by the crusaders: A mediaeval stronghold in Syria
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 22.04.1922, 593 (Zahyoun)

Workmen’s model dwellings of 300 years ago: Excavations at Tell el-Amarna
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 06.05.1922, 668–670

Four horse-shoes of silver: The cave of the Buddhist hoard
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 13.05.1922, 703–706 (Tun-Huang)

Relics of a room-to-room death struggle 2500 years ago: A discovery at Carchemish
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 27.05.1922, 776–777

Almost as 1900 years ago: Ostia rivalling Pompeii
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 03.06.1922, 816–817

Ninety thousand people attend high mass where formerly Christians were thrown to the lions
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 10.06.1922, 846 (Coliseum)

Richer than all Europe in Prehistoric remains: Malta
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 10.06.1922, 856–858

Hesperopithecus: The ape-man of the western world
Illustrated London News Nr. 160, 24.06.1922, 942–944

Pompeii’s daily life revealed: New excavations
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 01.07.1922, 22; 24–25

The birth of Egyptian culture: Recent first dynasty «finds»
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 08.07.1922, 63–65 (Abydos)

A 5-inch bust brings £10’000: The gem of Egyptian statuary
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 15.07.1922, 108 (Amenemmes III.)

New Roman-British mosaics: A great «find» at Cirencester
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 22.07.1922, 137

The home of the Egyptian hermit, excavated by the British School of Archaeology in Egypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 29.07.1922, 182

Alexander «assumes the gods»: A new national treasure
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 29.07.1922, 183

«A plump little person with bobbed hair»: Queen Aashait, of the harim of Mentuhotep II.
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 19.08.1922, 290–291

Bricked up for nearly three centuries: A fourteenth-century window found
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 02.09.1922, 348–349

Visited by St.Patrick: A 5th-century Irish monastery unearthed
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 02.09.1922, 364

Treasures from Vatican rubbish: Rich «finds» of Greek and Roman sculpture
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 09.09.1922, 380–383

The premier’s wife interested in an archaeological «find»
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 16.09.1922, 440 (Carnarvon)

Further photographs of the cradle of British Christianity
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 30.09.1922, 508–509 (Nendrum)

Where Greeks once ruled in India: Excavations at Taxila
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 11.11.1922, 754–758

Art 25’000 years old: The first «find» of prehsitoric sculpture
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 25.11.1922, 860 (Tuc d’Audoubert)

Digging sacred soil: Research in Palestine. – I.
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 02.12.1922, 890–892

Akin to the great «find» in Egypt: Treasures of previous discoveries; and its actual site
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 09.12.1922, 925–927

At the tomb of Tutankhamen: The opening celebrations
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 16.12.1922, 977–979; 998–999

The heretic pharaoh’s prime minister and his house: Another great Egyptian «find»
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 16.12.1922, 994–997

The first glimpse of the great Egyptian treasure: A drawing from material supplied by Lord Carnarvon
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 23.12.1922, 1021–1023

Digging in sacred soil: Research in Palestine. – III.
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 23.12.1922, 1038–1040

Y-raying a pharaoh: How Tutankhamen’s mummy may be treated
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 30.12.1922, 1056–1057

Digging in sacred soil: Research in Palestine. – IV.
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 30.12.1922, 1062

How Herod adorned his birthplace: Askalon – its many ages
Illustrated London News Nr. 161, 30.12.1922, 1063–1064

The Egyptian «find»: The tomb interior sketched on the spot
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 06.01.1923, 3–7 (Tutankhamen)

Lord Carnarvon’s photographs – first steps to the great «finds»
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 06.01.1923, 9 (Tutankhamen)

Digging sacred soil: Research in Palestine. – V.
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 06.01.1923, 26 (Caesarea)

A Royal city from Ahab to Herod the Great: Samaria
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 06.01.1923, 27

The Egyptian «find» – and a rival: A giant obelisk unearthed
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 13.01.1923, 39 (Assouan)

A royal excavator: The crown prince of Sweden’s discoveries at Asine
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 13.01.1923, 46–48

Four-footed, feathered, and finny compatriots of Tutankhamen: Mummified animals of ancient Egypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 13.01.1923, 50–51

After 3000 years: Tutankhamen’s treasures leaving his tomb
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 13.01.1923, 53

The pictoresque side of excavation: A «Carnarvon» photograph
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 13.01.1923, 55–56 (Tutankhamen)

Retrieving Tutankhamen’s treasures: 1½ miles of wadding
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 20.01.1923, 84

When Jerusalem was called Aelia Capitolania: Roman Palestine
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 20.01.1923, 89–90

Digging sacred soil: Research in Palestine. – VI.
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 27.01.1923, 88 (Jerusalem)

When «a falcon had flown to heaven»: An Egyptian king’s funeral
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 27.01.1923, 114 (Tutankhamen)

The lost history of Ethiopia: Now for the first time revealed
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 27.01.1923, 126–133

In Tutankhamen’s tomb
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 03.02.1923, 153–155; 166–175

The suggested pharaoh of the exodus causes influx into Egypt: Tutankhamen attracts tourists
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 10.02.1923, 195–197; 212–213

Ethiopia’s lost history revealed: Important «Egyptian finds»
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 10.02.1923, 203–205

Preserving and removing: The delicate task outtaking Tutankhamen’s furniture from his tomb
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 17.02.1923, 238–239

Should the mummy of Tutankhamen be left in his tomb? A precedent
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 17.02.1923, 253–255

The first unrifled tomb of a pharaoh
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 24.02.1923, 279–287; 290–302 (Tutankhamen)

Life proceeding from death: the germinating Osiris
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 24.02.1923, 305

Gloves used in Crete fifty years before Tutankhamen: An unpublished fresco from the palace of Minos at Knossos
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 03.03.1923, 322

Tutankhamen treasures; the first «unsealing»
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 03.03.1923, 328–329

The treasure of Traprain: Scotland’s «great find» of Roman silver
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 03.03.1923, 337–339

The supreme hour at Tutankhamen’s tomb: Breaking the wall
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 10.03.1923, 363–364; 385–388

Discoveries of the Minoan age: A great British Archaeologist
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 10.03.1923, 389 (Arthur Evans)

Jewels of gold and silver from the birthplace of Abraham: Rich «finds» at Ur of the Chaldees
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 17.03.1923, 415–417

The «Egypt» of American antiquity. The great Maya ruins found buried in tropical forests
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 24.03.1923, 468–471

Caruso’s £30’000 art collection: Exquisite enamels and bronzes
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 24.03.1923, 481 (Enrico Caruso)

Mycenae in Tutankhamen’s time: British excavations
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 31.03.1923, 524–527

How Tutankhamen’s people raised huge obelisks: A problem
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 07.04.1923, 549

Populonia, a mysterious city of the Etruscans
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 07.04.1923, 556–559

Gardens of the pharaohs: A temple precinct
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 14.04.1923, 598

Mighty works of antiquity rebuilt in an artist’s vision – Baalbek, Ephesus, Babylon, and Selinunte
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 21.04.1923, 628–629

The temple of the moon at Ur of the Chaldees
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 21.04.1923, 650

Visited by the king and queen: The Forum of ancient Rome
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 12.05.1923, 797–799

The hidden treasures of the Capitol
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 12.05.1923, 810–811

Of the 5th century B.C.: A new national treasure of Greek art
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 19.05.1923, 841 (bronze mirror)

British royality in Rome: Italy’s unknown warrior: The Coliseum
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 19.05.1923, 846

The king and queen at Tivoli: A day in the Roman Campagna
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 19.05.1923, 848

The submerged harbour of Alexandria
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 26.05.1923, 900–903

Now at Cairo: Tutankhamen treasures – new detail photographs
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 26.05.1923, 914

Dug from 20 ft. of volcanic ash: New excavations at Pompeii
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 02.06.1923, 959–962

Horticulture 1800 years ago: Pompeii and it’s revived gardens
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 16.06.1923, 1057

A Venice of the south seas: Ruins of Ponape in the Caroline Islands
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 23.06.1923, 1098–1100

To yield new treasures to British research: Sparta
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 07.07.1923, 18–20

Including a «decisive» gospel of St. John: Discoveries at Qau
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 07.07.1923, 59

Discoveries on the site of the ancient town of Hippo Regius in Algeria
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 21.07.1923, 110–112

The home of Abraham: Ur of the Chaldees
Illustrated London News Nr. 162, 28.07.1923, 162–165

Lord Carnavron’s bequest o the nation: A 5000-year-old statuette
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 04.08.1923, 211

New discoveries at Stonehenge made from the air photographs at 4000 feet revealing a lost avenue
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 18.08.1923, 302–303

Minoan art 4000 years ago: Treasures from Cretan islets
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 01.09.1923, 386–390 (Pseira, Mochlos)

Hewn from the living rock: An Ajanta cave-temple
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 15.09.1923, 479–481

An ancient Egyptian kings’s belongings of strangely modern art
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 22.09.1923, 528–532 (Tutankhamen)

«Delenda est Carthago»: Modern vandals obey Rome’s behest
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 22.09.1923, 535

Archaeological discovery at home: An ancient tiled pavement found during excavations at Byland Abbey, in Yorkshire
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 29.09.1923, 560

A Charlie Chaplin of Tutankhamen’s day: Sticks and standards
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 29.09.1923, 561–563

The oldest civilisation on the American continent
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 06.10.1923, 621–630 (Aztec)

The oldest sarcophagus ever found in Syria: A 3700-year-old tomb showing Egyptian influence
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 13.10.1923, 662–663

Art and religion 15,000 years ago: A great prehistoric sanctuary found
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 20.10.1923, 708–711 (Alzou)

New national treasures: Egyptian, Greek, and Persian antiquities
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 27.10.1923, 741

«Like the Sun god at his rising»: An ancient Egyptian king as sportsman – a Tutankhamen polychrome
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 27.10.1923, 754–755

The sculpture of the cave man: A great discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 03.11.1923, 794–797 (Montespan)

The importance of the Montespan discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 10.11.1923, 837–839

The colour of Tutankhamen’s treasures: Exclusive reproductions in this paper – the first examples
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 10.11.1923, 846–847

Proof that dinosaurs were oviparous: «Eggs laid 10’000’000 years ago»
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 17.11.1923, 890–891

Clues in the valley: How Tut-ankh-amen’s treasures came to be found
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 17.11.1923, 892–893 (Tutankhamen)

Rome’s great rival that she destroyed – and rebuilt: Carthage
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 24.11.1923, 940–941

Submerged 2000 years: Sculpture from a wreck to be re-explored – recalled by a lecture on Carthage
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 24.11.1923, 942–943 (Mahdia)

Each stratum a human epoch: The «capital of pre-history»
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 01.12.1923, 1006–1007 (Les Eyzies)

Exploring the «cradle» of reptile and mammal life : The American discoverers of Dinosaur eggs in Asia
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 08.12.1923, 1046–1047

Where the Dinosaur hid its eggs. The official account of one of the greatest finds in the history of palaeontology
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 15.12.1923, 1106–1110

The colour of the covering of Tutankhamen’s tomb: A glorious vision of blue and gold
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 15.12.1923, 1116–1117

Digging sacred soil: Research in Palestine
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 22.12.1923, 1152–1155 (Gerasa)

«Of indescribalbe beauty»: The «guardian goddess» shrine in the store-chamber of Tutankhamen’s tomb
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 29.12.1923, 1198–1201

An airman’s vew of the land of Tutankhamen: New and remarkable photographs of Luxor and Karnak
Illustrated London News Nr. 163, 29.12.1923, 1202–1203

An airman’s view of the land of Tutankhamen
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 05.01.1924, 22–23

A pharaoh’s golden chariot: How Tutankhamen dazzeled Thebes
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 05.01.1924, 26–27

Fascisti – and Mussolini – in a film at Rome: «The Eternal City»
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 19.01.1924, 88

Found near the Dinosaur eggs: More Mongolian discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 19.01.1924, 89

Harness of a pharaoh’s horses: Tutankhamen’s chariot trappings
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 19.01.1924, 98–99

Before Rome was built: Exquisite Etruscan ivories and jewellery
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 19.01.1924, 108–109

Tutankhamen art in colour: An exclusive reproduction
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 24.01.1924, 59–65

Resplendent in blue and gold: Tutankhamen’s chariot and harness – exclusive colour photographs
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 26.01.1924, 143–149

Art 6500 years ago: New discoveries at Abraham’s birthplace
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 02.02.1924, 183 (Ur)

A pharaoh’s gift to a Syrian king: Egyptian art at Byblos
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 02.02.1924, 95

The king of beasts in Tutankhamen art: A golden lion
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 09.02.1924, 227

Peruvian headswhich «descended» from jars: Portraits in clay
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 09.02.1924, 231–233

The finest air view of Pompeii: The civic centre of the city
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 16.02.1924, 266–267

From Kerch to Kent: The south Russian origin of early Anglo-Saxon jewellery shown by comparision
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 16.02.1924, 270–271

Doubly interesting since the «strike» and «loc-out» at the tomb: Tutankhamen replicas for Wembley
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 23.02.1924, 310–311

In the since-closed tomb: Tutankhamen’s sarcophagus
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 23.02.1924, 313

Stars of the pharaohs: The heavens pictured on a ceiling
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 23.02.1924, 314–315 (Seti I.)

A great discovery in the oldest city of which human records exist: Kish – relics 4000 years old
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 01.03.1924, 348–349

Bearing America’s earliest date: Maya jades
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 01.03.1924, 358–359

The colour of Tutankhamen’s treasures: The Hathor couch
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 02.03.1924, 499

Ostia under the Caesars: A city of fine streets
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 02.03.1924, 502–503

Seen in stereoscopic relief if looked at through the viewing-mask: Anaglyphs which become life-like
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 08.03.1924, 410–412

The port of Rome under the Caesars: Ostia excavated after 1900 years, seen from the air
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 15.03.1924, 442–443

Early Christian babtistery or pagan shrine? A hypogaeum found in Rome – mysterious paintngs
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 15.03.1924, 448–449 (Porta Salaria)

Crusted with precious stones: A Tutankhamen axle
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 15.03.1924, 453

The «rude forefathers» idea dispelled: Saxon art at Bidford
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 29.03.1924, 538

Art affinities between Peru and Egypt: Pervian animal sculptures,some in Tutankhamen style
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 29.03.1924, 560–561

Ancient Roman funerary art: Notable new discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 05.04.1924, 602–605 (Via Appia)

New treasures from Italy’s classic soil
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 05.04.1924, 642–645 (Verona, Veii, Ostia, Tivoli, Selinus)

Fascismo to keep Rome’s 2677th birthday: Relics of Romulus (Palatine)
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 19.04.1924, 690–691

The earliest known pottery, and jewels 5000 years old: New discoveries at Kish, in Babylonia
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 03.05.1924, 788–789

A masterpiece of ancient Greek sculpture lent to the United States by the Greek gouvernment: The «Hermes» of Praxiteles
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 10.05.1924, 831

An Arab state criticised in the lords: Transjordania
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 17.05.1924, 899

A musical sensation: The secret opera, «Nero», produced
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 17.05.1924, 904–905

The «true portrait» of Christ: The Antioch chalice
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 07.06.1924, 1058–1062

«True portraits» of the authors of the gospels: The four Evangelists on the Antioch chalice
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 14.06.1924, 1108–1109

Now to be completely excavated: The Forum at Rome
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 14.06.1924, 1114–1115

Rome past and present: By a well-known Italian artist
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 14.06.1924, Supplement I–IV (Giuseppe Mentessi)

«True portraits» of Apostels: Antioch chalice figures
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 21.06.1924, 1161

The horse in ancient sculpture
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 21.06.1924, 1166–1167

Crete under the Caesars: New discoveries at Gortyna
Illustrated London News Nr. 164, 28.06.1924, 1224–1225

Prehistoric rodeos: Minoan cowboys and cowgirls
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 05.07.1924, 10–11 (Knossos)

A new prehistoric race in Egypt and other British School discoveries on view in London
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 05.07.1924, 14–15

Egyptian town life in the fourteenh century B.C. Tell-el-Amarna discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 12.07.1924, 66–67

The country life of the Romans in England
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 12.07.1924, 74–75 (Chedworth)

A lost city of America’s oldest civilisation: «Lubaantun»
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 26.07.1924, 199–201

Buddhism’s greatest monument – in Java: The Boro-Budur
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 02.08.1924, 239–242

Coming under Office of Works protection: The Roman wall
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 16.08.1924, 301

Switzerland under the Caesars: Roman relics
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 16.08.1924, 310 (Enge)

New gems of classical art: British discoveries in Palestine
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 16.08.1924, 311 (Tell Barak)

To be seen in relief: Anaglyphs of ancient materpieces
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 23.08.1924, 347 (Louvre)

When York was Eboracum: Rome in Britain
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 23.08.1924, 349–351

Parents of Tutankhamen’s father-in-law: A new discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 06.09.1924, 449 (Tell-el-Amarna)

Mysteries of Stonehenge: «The hanging stones»
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 09.09.1924, 264–265

Where Saul’s body was exposed: Beth-Shan – new discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 13.09.1924, 473

Like a fly? – Dinosaur footprints on the roof of coal-mines
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 13.09.1924, 484

The form in which Livy was preserved: Typical Latin MSS
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 20.09.1924, 520–521

First light on long-forgotten civilisation: New discoveries of an unknown prehistoric past in India
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 20.09.1924, 528–532 (Mohenjo-Daro)

New discoveries in Rome: Byzantine frescoes; a restored temple
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 27.09.1924, 573 (Fortuna Virilis)

The garden tomb and the resurrection: A recent discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 27.09.1924, 595

New links between Indian and Babylonian civilisations
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 04.10.1924, 614–616

Remarkable discoveries in Egypt and Jersey
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 04.10.1924, 631 (Sakkara)

What more will Caligula’s sunken pleasure-galley yield?
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 11.10.1924, 692–693 (Nemi)

Egypt the cradle of «hewn stone»: Chapels with fluted columns 5000 years old
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 18.10.1924, 726–727

A second «Tower of Babel»: The «House of the Mountain» at Ur
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 25.10.1924, 780–783

New Minoan discoveries: The great road and the prot linking Knossos with Egypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 25.10.1924, 788–789

An unknown civilisation: Maya ruins of Yucatan
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 01.11.1924, 816–819

The dogs under the pharaohs: New and rare sculptures
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 08.11.1924, 867

Fringed jumper; «Lenglen» bandeau: A Sumerian fashion of 2800 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 15.11.1924, 937

Sword and spade in Macedonia: New light on early Greece from excavations due to the war
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 22.11.1924, 974–975 (Causica)

Marking where watling street traversed Kent: The oldest map of Roman Britain
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 29.11.1924, 1028–1029

The colour of Egyptian fayence: A new national treasure
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 29.11.1924, 1040

The oldest statuary of woman: Prehistoric statuettes of mammoth-tusk ivory found in France
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 06.12.1924, 1089 (Brassempouy)

Parallels to the new «Aphrodite»: Famous copies from Praxiteles
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 06.12.1924, 1090–1091

Immemorial Afghanistan. Pioneer work in a field of archaeological discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 13.12.1924, 1148–1150

The lovliest woman of antiquity? A rival to Helen
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 13.12.1924, 1153 (Nefertiti)

Awaiting 4’000’000 holy year pilgrims: Rome’s oldest churches
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 20.12.1924, 1196–1197

The dawn of Greek art in Crete: Wonderful discoveries during the new Italian excavations
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 20.12.1924, 1204–1206 (Hagios Ilias)

How Empedocles stayed the Malaria plague at Selinus
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 27.12.1924, 1246

From a Roman emperor’s submerged villa? – Bay of Baiae relics
Illustrated London News Nr. 165, 27.12.1924, 1251

Dinosaur egg-hunting in the Gobi Desert: New treasures from the «Flaming Cliffs» and the «Place of Muddy Water»
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 09.01.1925, 44–47

The birthplace of Septimius Severus. Great discoveries at Leptis Magna, an imperial Roman city
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 10.01.1925, 52–55

Digging for Dinosaurs in Tanganyika
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 17.01.1925, 92–93

At home and abroad
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 24.01.1925, 123 (Plevna, Giza, Ur)

From Pisindon,Abrotonon, and Sabrata: Discoveries in Tripoli
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 24.01.1925, 130

Latest art discoveries in Leptis Magna: Apollo statues
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 24.01.1925, 131

A discovery of the greatest historical interest: a new portrait-statue of Tiberius
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 31.01.1925, 163

Landscape-gardening under the pharaos: New discoveries in the precinct of ancient Egyptian temples
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 31.01.1925, 166–167

Dover Castle discoveries: Sally-port, archers’ galleries, and fireplace
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 31.01.1925, 184–185

Finger-prints as identifation marks in ancient Greece
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 07.02.1925, 214–215

Roman «cross-words» 1700 years old
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 07.02.1925, 219

New light on the 6th dynasty Egyptian art: Unique tombs (2665 B.C.)
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 14.02.1925, 222–223 (Giza)

Australopithecus, the man-like ape from Bechuanaland: A great discovery throwing new light on human acestry
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 14.02.1925, 237–241

«Teraphim» as used by Abraham; and other finds at Ur
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 14.02.1925, 246–247

At home and abroad. Roman urn-burials brought to light near a Kentish hop-garden
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 14.02.1925, 254

Reviving th ancient glories of Selinus. A great work of of research in Sicily; and a new scheme of temple reconstruction
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 21.02.1925, 290–293

The earliest royal statue found in situ: A pharaoh of 5000 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 28.02.1925, 337 (Sakkara)

When Malta was part of the Eur-African land-bridge: A prehistoric big-game drive
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 28.02.1925, 349–351

To be partly restored? «The Pillar’d Parthenon» at Athens
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 07.03.1925, 399

Chinese bronzes some 2000 years old; a rare discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 07.03.1925, 399

A great discovery at the pyramids: Unique Egyptian tombs
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 14.03.1925, 432–433 (Giza)

A new Mexico parallel to the great Nevada discovery. Pueblo Bonito, a pre-Columbian community building, with its «kivas»
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 21.03.1925, 476–478

Where the king and queen recently watched excavations and a discovery of Roman mosaics: Pompeii
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 04.04.1925, 586–587

Archaeological discovery in relief: Excavation anaglyphed
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 04.04.1925, 590

The Evory gold gorget: A Bronze-Age link between Portugal and Ireland
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 11.04.1925, 626–627

Golden bowls 2600 years old dug up in a black garden ans used as flower-pots: A romantic archaeological discovery in the slums of Budapest
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 11.04.1925, 628

From the world’s scrap-book: A page of oriental curiosities
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 18.04.1925, 679

A great work of Sumerian art: New treasures from Ur
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 18.04.1925, 688–689

5400 yeara old: The Tell el Obeid temple and its sculptures
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 25.04.1925, 728–731

Scenes of the life’s work of an archaeologist of genius
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 07.05.1925, 98–99 (Giacomo Boni)

Home of kings «dated» from the flood: A palace of 3500 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 09.05.1925, 901 (Kish)

A contrast to academy work: Sacred sculpture of ancient Egypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 09.05.1925, 905

The first known portrait of a dinosaur from life?
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 09.05.1925, 913

Conservation – and collection by confiscation: Russia’s treasures
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 09.05.1925, 914

The resurrection of Cyrene: A great archaeological work in northern Africa
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 16.05.1925, 954–956

St. Paul as in a «swing»: Early Irish frescoes found in the Alps
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 23.05.1925, 998–999

Now a national treasure: An early British bronze masterpiece
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 23.05.1925, 1009

«One night’s entertainment»: The art – and decay – of Ajanta
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 30.05.1925, 1046–1049

Unearthed from Tripoli sand: A great Roman city and statues
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 06.06.1925, 1095 (Leptis Magna)

The ring of Nestor: A glimpse into the after-world of prehistoric Greece
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 18.06.1925, 112–113

Opened to the public: Roman remains on Castle Hill, Scarborough
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 25.06.1925, 171

New treasures from Tutankhamen’s tomb
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 27.06.1925, 1289–1300

Gems from a great art collection: The forthcoming Cook sale
Illustrated London News Nr. 166, 30.06.1925, 1213

Probably 2500 years old: A unique Hittite drinking-horn
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 04.07.1925, 19 (Marash)

New discoveries at Girgenti: The mountain sanctuary of Demeter
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 11.07.1925, 60–61

Treasure-trove for red Russia: The Yousoupoff jewels found
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 01.08.1925, 199

The city of sunken churches: Red Lalibela – in northern Abyssinia
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 01.08.1925, 210–212

Modernity and Roman Jerash: The motor-car and spade-work
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 01.08.1925, 222–223

Funeral carpets 2000 years old: Kozloff «finds» in Mongolia
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 01.08.1925, 225

Remarkable «finds» in Central Asia: Now on exhibition at the British Museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 08.08.1925, 248–251

Prehistoric discovery in sacred soil: The Galilee skull
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 15.08.1925, 302–304

Sculpture in Abraham’s city 2300 years before Christ: The great stela of king Ur-Engur
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 22.08.1925, 361–363

Where volcanic eruption has formed a new islet: Thera
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 29.08.1925, 380

The ruins of Jerash and Palmyra are falling down! Tasks for the mandatory powers
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 29.08.1925, 390–391

The heretic pharaoh «abnormal physically»: Remarkable statues
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 12.09.1925, 468–469

Local self-government in Roman Britain: Important discoveries at Viroconium
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 19.09.1925, 518–520; 532–533 (Wroxeter)

The elaborate walking-sticks of three thousand years ago: Tutankhamen’s canes
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 19.09.1925, 524–525

The problem of America’s oldest civilisation: Lubaantum
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 03.10.1925, 620–623

Fixing Abrahm’s date and the entire chronology of Babylonia: The Kish tablet – a discovery of great historical importance
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 10.10.1925, 666

Damage to one of the world’s most celebrated art treasures: The Tazza Farnese
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 10.10.1925, 668

An ancient «Quartier Latin»; and Apollinopolis
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 10.10.1925, 672–675 (Deir-el-Medineh)

Animal motifs in Chinese pottery: Gems from a great collection
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 17.10.1925, 752–753

An African «Pompeii»: Wonderful Roman ruins at Jemila (Cuicul) recently opened to visitors, in Algeria
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 24.10.1925, 790–791

A discovery as wonderful as that of Tutankhamen’s tomb. Prof. D. K. Absolon’s new revelation of prehistoric culture 20’000 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 31.10.1925, 848–851 (Predmost)

A discovery as wonderful as that of Tutankhamen’s tomb. Prof. D. K. Absolon’s own article describing a new revelation of prehistoric culture 20’000 years ago. Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 07.11.1925, 887; 898–902

A discovery as wonderful as that of Tutankhamen’s tomb. Prof. D. K. Absolon’s own article describing a new revelation of prehistoric culture 20’000 years ago. Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 14.11.1925, 948–952

A discovery as wonderful as that of Tutankhamen’s tomb. A new revelation of prehistoric culture in Moravia over 20’000 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 21.11.1925, 1004–1008

Where Solomon got wood for the temple: Cedars of Libanon
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 12.12.1925, 1206–1207

A mysterious discovery in New Zealand: Maori canoes resembling Greek galleys, carved on island rocks
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 12.12.1925, 1210–1211

From the world’s scrap-book
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 12.12.1925, 1224 (Coliseum)

Treasures in Siamese forests: Relics of a forgotten past
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 19.12.1925, 1262–1265 (Lopburi)

«The House of Ashtaroth» discovered: The temple where Saul’s armour was hung as a Philistine trophy
Illustrated London News Nr. 167, 26.12.1925, 1304–1307 (Beth-Shan)

To vie with Timgad and Pompeii: Gerasa – new discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 02.01.1926, 7

New light on Minoan Crete of 2000 B.C.: The Mallia discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 09.01.1926, 43

«Works of Intellect»: Paharonic portrait-reconstructions
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 09.01.1926, 52–53

From the world’s scrap-book
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 09.01.1926, 56 (Ur)

The dune dwellers of Mongolia, original discoverers of Dinosaur eggs 20’000 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 16.01.1926, 90–92

Where scenes as in «Quo Vadis?» took place: The Coliseum; and a parallel in Roman Africa
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 23.01.1926, 132–133 (Thysdrus)

News from abroad: Irrigation and excavation work in Egypt; Rome and Venice under snow
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 23.01.1926, 142–143

Re-named Sabratha Vulpia, after count Vulpi
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 23.01.1926, 151

The world’s oldest buildings: New discoveries at Sakkara
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 30.01.1926, 179

Living archaeology on the film: A magnificent reconstruction of «The Last Days of Pompeii»
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 06.02.1926, 218–219

Mr. Howard Carter’s triumph: The superb coffins of Tutankhamen
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 06.02.1926, 209; 227–234

The story of Jewels in Europe: The oldest art
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 13.02.1926, 266–267

The gold portrait-mask of the boy-king Tutankhamen
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 13.02.1926, 275–276

From the world’s scrap-book: New archaeological items
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 13.02.1926, 280 (Crete, Rhodes, Athens)

Greek legend in Cretan coins: A magnificent bequest to Britain
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 20.02.1926, 318

Unveiling the prehistoric civilisation of India. Discoveries in Sind, the Punjab, and Baluchistan – cities older than Abraham
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 27.02.1926, 346–349

Unveiling the prehistoric civilisation of India. Discoveries in Sind, the Punjab, and Baluchistan – cities older than Abraham
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 06.03.1926, 398–400

Prehistoric Timber: A Suffolk parallel to a Tyrol discovery. An ancient wooden shelter found near Ipswich
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 13.03.1926, 454–455

New examples of early Sumerian art: Remarkable discoveries at Ur
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 20.03.1926, 512–513

The human touch in ancient Egypt: Curious new discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 20.03.1926, 516

A great discovery at Pompeii: The new Greek masterpiece
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 20.03.1926, 521 (Phidias youth)

From the Stone Age to Roman days: A remarkable discovery of many successive settlements on a Sussex hill
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 27.03.1926, 562–564 (Appleford)

Preserved intact by being in storage? – The new Pompeii treasure
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 27.03.1926, 565 (Phidias youth)

The art of the ancient Maya: Carvings in American jade
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 03.04.1926, 616

A great discovery of prehistoric timber buildings in Germany: Dwellings and forts 3000 years old
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 10.04.1926, 652–653 (Wasserburg Buchau)

At home and abroad. Remains of a Roman villa discovered at Newport
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 10.04.1926, 674

Where Mussolini saw «the grandeur that was Rome» in Africa. Visited by «the new Caesar of modern Rome»: Leptis Magna
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 24.04.1926, 752–753

A disaster prevented: The Sphinx saved from collapse
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 01.05.1926, 799–801

A rare discovery in Roman imperial portrait sculpture: Nerva
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 01.05.1926, 813

Marvelous vitality in early Indian art: Lifelike statuary and remarkable effects of movement
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 29.05.1926, 916–917

Discussed t the Etruscan congress: Relics of pre-Roman Italy
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 05.06.1926, 966–967

The finest yet found: Archaic Greek pottery from Syracuse
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 12.06.1926, 1021

Stone Age art in America: Remarkable discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 168, 26.06.1926, 1126–1127

Tutankhamen: The mummy; the royal diadem; gold and jewels – and iron
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 03.07.1926, 3; 14–20

The greatest discovery of ancient sculpture this century
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 03.07.1926, 31 (Zeus of Cyrene)

The moon-goddess and her kitchen: New discoveries at Ur of the Chaldees, the city of Abraham
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 10.07.1926, 56–57

Damaged by earthquake: Treasures of the Candia museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 10.07.1926, 69

Clues to the lost norse of Greenland: Discoveries at Herjolfens
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 17.07.1926, 106–108

The beauy of Tutankhamen’s coffin of solid gold: A wonder work of ancient Egypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 24.07.1926, 121–122

With «primaeval hill» and «primaeval waters»: The myserious Cenotaph of Seti I., at Abydos
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 24.07.1926, 152–153

The earliest representation of Christ? The Jerash head
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 31.07.1926, 193–197

Re-discovered in England: A fine example of Etruscan art
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 21.08.1926, 324–325

Treasures from the site of the old royal stables at Athens
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 21.08.1926, 335

New relics of man 20’000 years old: The Gibraltar skull
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 28.08.1926, 379

New discoveries at Kish: A great temple; 5000-year-old pottery
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 04.09.1926, 395

Fossil fish in the Lebanon. Wonderful specimens from Limestone hills once the sea floor
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 04.09.1926, 398–399

A pagan god re-touched? New light on the Jerash «Christ»
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 04.09.1926, 421

The largest sundial in the world: A great astronomical base line at the ancient ruined Maya city of Copan
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 11.09.1926, 450–453

The Beehie tomb of the «king» and «queen» at Dendera
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 18.09.1926, 489–491

The treasures of Asine: New records of many ages in early Greek civilisation
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 25.09.1926, 548–549

A «record office» 4000 years old: New materials for the history of Asia Minor’s earliest civilisation
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 02.10.1926, 600–601 (Kultepe)

Round the world in luxury at little more than twopence a mile! The lure of the sea cruise
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 09.10.1926, 650–651 (Athens)

Strange «records of the rocks» in the mountains of Mongolia
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 16.10.1926, 704–705

The riddle of the Glozel alphabet: An intriguing discovery in France in relation to the date of the Neolithic age
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 23.10.1926, 780–782

New light on Palestine over 3000 years ago: Relics of Egyptian, Minoan, and Hittite influences
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 30.10.1926, 828–829

Is he spinning a top? A «problem» statue fished up from Marathon bay
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 06.11.1926, 869

Tricks of Babylonian priestcraft: Bulls with internal borings
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 13.11.1926, 945

A «Greenwich observatory» of prehistoric America. Remarkable discoveries at Chichen Itza, in Yucatan
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 20.11.1926, 982–984

New treasures of ancient Phoenician art: Remarkable pottery, sculpture and metal-work discovered in Syria
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 27.11.1926, 1052–1053 (Amrit, Tell Halaf)

Where Alexander halted in India before attacking Porus: Remarkable discoveries at Taxila, including coins of the great Macedonian conqueror
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 04.12.1926, 1103–1105

A sculptor «second only to Phidias»: New claims for Alcamenes
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 11.12.1926, 1156–1157

A Viking funeral: Burial on «Tutankhamen» lines. Remarkable discoveries in a ninth century Norse queen’s tumulus at Oseberg
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 11.12.1926, 1166–1167

A unique palaeolithic skull drinking-bowl: Swiss discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 18.12.1926, 1219

«Miracles» by compressed air: Tricks of ancient Egyptian priests
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 25.12.1926, 1265

Is the Holy Grail extant? Cups as used at the last supper
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 25.12.1926, 1268

New discoveries in the Holy City
Illustrated London News Nr. 169, 25.12.1926, 1280

By Alcamenes or Phidias? A wonderful marble head of Dionysos – A great discovery near Rome
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 01.01.1927, 1–2

Queen Teie’s likeness to Tutanhamen: A «brid-like» type
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 01.01.1927, 26–27

Mithraism in ancient Roman Germany: A great discovery at Dieburg
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 08.01.1927, 55

A new art treasure for the nation: A rare eleventh-century relief of the Virgin, almost the only Byzantine carving of certain date
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 15.01.1927, 74

Remarkable native architecture in a remote and little-known region of central Africa: Massa villages
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 15.01.1927, 92–93

A famous relic of ancient Rome in the new capital of Turkey: The «political testament» of the emperor Augustus inscribed on his temple at Angora
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 15.01.1927, 98

The store chamber explored in Tutankhamen’s tomb
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 22.01.1927, 117–122

An interesting discovery in Athens: A double tomb of marble
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 22.01.1927, 138

The «grand old man» of Italian scholarship and archaeology
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 05.02.1927, 198 (Domenico Comparetti)

Minorcan Taulas, Talayots, and Naus: A new class of monuments
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 05.02.1927, 202–203

Old oriental carpets. Vol.1
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 05.02.1927, 212–213

A «wonder» restored
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 05.02.1927, 217 (Mausoleum at Halicarnassus)

Corn in Egypt before the Pharaos: pre-Dynastic husbandry
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 12.02.1927, 270–271 (Jemdet Nasr)

Ur from the air: Sites of newly found treasure 5000 years old
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 19.02.1927, 313

The «ghost» anyone may see at the British Museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 26.02.1927, 341–343 (Sebek-Sa)

Jewels and amulets on Tutankhamen’s mummy
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 26.02.1927, 341–343

A great art bequest to Italy: The famous Cà d’Oro at Venice
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 26.02.1927, 362

A gem of Attic sculpture? – The Academy’s «mystery» marble
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 27.02.1927, 257 (Burlington)

The great Carnarvon Egyptia collection goes to America
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 05.03.1927, 382–383

From the world’s scrap-book
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 12.03.1927, 429 (Serapeum at Luxor, Relief from Ur)

The 5000-years «mystery» tomb of Hetepheres: The mother of Cheops
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 12.03.1927, 429

Howard Carter, «The tomb of Tut-ankh-amen»
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 12.03.1927, 440 (Tutankhamen)

A 3000-years-old Egyptian portrait gallery: Casts of the living and dead from «The house of the sculptor» at Tell-el-Amarna
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 19.03.1927, 469–471

Woodhenge from the air
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 19.03.1927, 472 (Wiltshire Downs)

The colour of Rome: Remarkable paintings of Historic monuments in the eternal city
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 19.03.1927, Suppl.II–III

A pharaonic burial of the pyramid age: The 5000-year-old tomb of the mother of Cheops
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 26.03.1927, 537–539

Ancient coiffure on Greek coins: Hair-dressing prototypes
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 09.04.1927, 649

For home use 2000 years before Tutankhamen: Ur treasures
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 23.04.1927, 710–711

New Tutankhamen art treasures
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 23.04.1927, 725–731

Where Tarquinius Superbus bought the Sibylline books: Excavations at Cumae inaugurated by king Victor along with Heculaneum
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 28.04.1927, 964–965

Herculaneum to yeald ist secrets: A richer site than Pompeii
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 30.04.1927, 781

The nation’s new Sumerian treasure; and Egyptian frescoes
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 14.05.1927, 857

The oldest map in existence: An ancient Egyptian papyrus with a topographical chart of Nubian gold-mines
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 28.05.1927, 950

Constantinople’s parallel to St. Paul’s: Saving St. Sophia
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 28.05.1927, 954

Great discoveries in Egypt: New light on the XIIIth dynasty
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 04.06.1927, 990 (Madamud)

First important excavations in Albania
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 04.06.1927, 1000

Houses of Abraham’s time found at Ur
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 11.06.1927, 1044–1045

Digging antiquity with a pneumatic drill: Herculaneum’s «first fruits»,
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 18.06.1927, 1098–1099

On the site of Job’s home: Relics of Hittite and Greek art
Illustrated London News Nr. 170, 25.06.1927, 1162–1163 (Sheik Sa’ad)

Palestine treasures inspected by the king and queen. Gerar relics in the University College centenary exhibition
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 02.07.1927, 10–11

The city dedicated to the sun disc: New Tell el-Amarna «finds»
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 09.07.1927, 46–47

A great discovery that may date Joshua and the exodus. The identification of Hazor, the famous Canaanite stronghold which Joshua burned
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 09.07.1927, 54–55

The first recirded fair hair on «a brow of Egypt»: A remarkable painted tomb discovered at Giza
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 09.07.1927, 69

The innermost recess of Tutankhamen’s tomb
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 16.07.1927, 106–111

Allardyc Nicoll, «The development of the theatre»
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 16.07.1927, 116

A 1000 B.C. «Viking-ship» grave – a barrow now open to the public
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 23.07.1927, 143 (Hassloev)

House of antiquity: Domestic life in ancient Babylon – a scene in the seclusion of the harem
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 23.07.1927, Suppl.II–III

Ajanta frescoes: Gems of ancient Buddhist art in India
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 13.08.1927, Suppl.I–II

Stone age art in north Africa. Remarkalbe discoveries of prehistoric rock-drawings in the Atlas mountains
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 13.08.1927, 277–279

Houses of Antiquity. Domestic life in ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 20.08.1927, Suppl.I–III

An unknown Neolithic culture in China? Remarkable discoveries of painted pottery said to be 5000 years old
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 20.08.1927, 315

Roman baths at a famous spa: Relics of Aquae Aureliae
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 27.08.1927, 342 (Baden-Baden)

Evolutin evidence from Suffolk. Reasons for assigning a much greater antiquity to Neanderthal man
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 10.09.1927, 414–415

«The difference is only quantitative»: Skulls of ape and man
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 17.09.1927, 459

«Bondes of contention» among archaeologists: The Glozel affair
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 24.09.1927, 493

A Bronze age village in Hungary: «A thousand years of prehistory»
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 24.09.1927, 498 (Toszeg)

Remarkable discoveries in Crete; and a wrecked museum repaired
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 01.10.1927, 541 (Gortyn)

An important archaeological discovery near Gibraltar
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 22.10.1927, 720

New discoveries at Pompeii
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 29.10.1927, 760–762 (House of Tages)

New discoveries at Hadrian’s villa: An imperial art «museum»
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 05.11.1927, 790–791

The lure of the antique: Roman, Mediaeval, and Stuart relics
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 05.11.1927, 814 (Ashtead, Dorchester)

The spade in the land of Canaan: Remarkable new discoveries at Beisan, the Beth-Shan of the old testament
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 12.11.1927, 856–859

A new chapter in Egyptian architecture: Great discoveries at Sakkara – 3rd dynasty work 5000 years old
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 12.11.1927, 861

«Prophecies» of politicians: «Toby» jugs 3300 years old
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 26.11.1927, 955 (Beisan)

A miracle of gold-work 5500 years old: The Ur dagger
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 26.11.1927, 959

Testing the authenticity of the Glozel discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 26.11.1927, 966

Cyrene. A «history» of ancient sculpture: New treasures
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 03.12.1927, 992–994

3rd to 10th century A.D.: «Aesthetic thrills» from ancient China
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 10.12.1927, 1041

Unique Libyan sulpture: The «grotto of the images» at Slonta, in Cyrenaica
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 10.12.1927, 1045

Did pharao Necho’s ministrels visit south Africa? Unique rock-paintings discovered in southern Rhodesia, including a supposed Egyptian band
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 10.12.1927, 1058–1059

Great discoveries at Ur: A royal tomb of 3500 B.C. – contents
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 17.12.1927, 1091–1093

Roman worship in highlands: A temple to alpine gods discoverd
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 31.12.1927, 1188 (Almendingen)

One of the most beautiful women in history
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 31.12.1927, 1194 (Nefertiti)

Will Pisa rival Venice in disaster? The condition of the famous Leaning Tower
Illustrated London News Nr. 171, 31.12.1927, 1207

The world’s oldest buildings? Sakkara reconstructions
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 07.01.1928, 8–9

A new chapter in archaeology: The prehistoric civilisation of the Indus
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 07.01.1928, 12–15 (Mohenjo Daro)

The Glozel «finds»: Fakes or genuine antiquities?
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 07.01.1928, 22

A Brussles «Venus» recovers her lost head from Copenhagen
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 21.01.1928, 83

Ur treasures: The finest gold-work; a 5000-year-old harp
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 21.01.1928, 91

Herculaneum rising from a mud tomb; mosaics; frescoes; baths
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 28.01.1928, 128–129

A Tutankhamen mystery solverd: Wonders hidden within the great canopic shrine in the innermost recess
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 04.02.1928, 161–167

One of only two intact heads from the Parthenon acquired by the Louvre: Relics of the explosion
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 18.02.1928, 247

The funderal fleet of Tutenkhamen: A flotilla of eighteen craft
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 18.02.1928, 264–267

The Etruscn language deciphered? A great discovery of cognate interest. Rich treasures of Attic and Etruscan pottery found at the necropolis of Spina
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 25.02.1928, 296–297

Fifteenth century frescoes revealed in a Swiss village church
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 25.02.1928, 318–319 (Saanen)

The jewels of queen Shub-ad: Another great discovery at Ur – wonderful goldsmith’s work 5000 years old
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 03.03.1928, 337–339

One of the earliest star-maps. Found in a 3400-year-old Egyptian tomb
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 10.03.1928, 375 (Thebes)

Was Neolithic man a cannibal? Remarkable discoveries of an unknown phase in pre-history – the «Ossarn» civilisation
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 17.03.1928, 438–439 438–439

The soried past of India: I. – Chandragupta’s palisaded capital
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 24.03.1928, 477

The soried past of India: II. – Taxila and ist buried treasures
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 31.03.1928, 522–523

The soried past of India: III. – Splendid Buddhist bas-reliefs and gold-work – a new discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 07.04.1928, 571 (Gummadiduru)

When did the Greeks colonise Cyprus? Evidence in remarkable discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 07.04.1928, 576–577 (Lapithos)

Moonlight on the Acropolis: A remarkable night photograph
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 14.04.1928, 628–629

The Hippodrom of Constantinople
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 14.04.1928, 641

A Cyprus peasant’s discovery: A bronze hed of the emperor Septimius Severus, found with fragments of a statue
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 21.04.1928, 675

The storied past of India: IV. A «unique monument» discovered
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 21.04.1928, 685 (Paharpur)

A «gem» of Greek silver recently discovered at Pompeii: A battle of Tritons, aided by Nereids, against monsters of the sea
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 28.04.1928, 731

Arthur Evans, «The palace of Minos»
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 28.04.1928, 757

«Restoration» Knossos, a sequel to an earthquake of the 16th century B.C.: Remarkble reconstructions
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 28.04.1928, 758–759

The tombstone of a Roman N.C.O. found the other day at ...
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 05.05.1928, 781

The storied past of India: V. – an ancient Buddhist University
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 05.05.1928, 781

The giraffe in art before the days of photography
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 19.05.1928, 894

The storied past of India: VI. – a «wonder-house of treasures», including a gold manuscript
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 19.05.1928, 897 (Old Prome)

New light on classical Greece. Remarkable discoveries at Olynthus: A site undisturbed since the city’s destruction by Philip of Macedon
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 26.05.1928, 948–949

Relics of Sumer’s first capital after the flood: Discoveries at Kish
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 02.06.1928, 991

«One of the richest finds of Mycenaean bronzes ever made in Greece»; and a blood-stained altar in a 3000-year-old cenotaph
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 09.06.1928, 1036–1038 (Dendera)

An «Aphrodite» of seventeen: And other ancient sculptures
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 16.06.1928, 1127 (Sotheby’s)

Wholesale human sacrifice at Ur: A revelation of unrecorded barbarities practised at royal burials 5000 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 23.06.1928, 1171

The home of David’s Pelethites: Discoveries at Beth-Palet
Illustrated London News Nr. 172, 30.06.1928, 1235

The annexe of Tutankhamen’s tomb. Art reasures discarded by dynastic thieves seeking gold and silver
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 07.07.1928, 3–7

A 70-foot rock-hewn god: The Jain saint Gommata
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 14.07.1928, 54–55

A white rhinoceros pictured by a man of the stone age
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 14.07.1928, 72–73

A «mystery» gold bust at Olympia: A «find» on an ancient site near Hamadan, in Persia
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 21.07.1928, 97–98

Air-photography reveals secrets of prehistoric sites
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 21.07.1928, 102–103

Excavating Corinth: New discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 28.07.1928, 168

Secrets of «old masters» detected by Roentgen rays
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 04.08.1928, 210–211

To be reconstructed with remains and casts: The Ara Pacis
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 04.08.1928, 227

«A dream vision in stone»: Wonderful sculptures on a Hindu temple unearthed from river-mud
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 11.08.1928, 252–253 (Kidrapore)

Queen Shub-ad’s 5000-year-old golden head-dress: An Ur treasure
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 11.08.1928, 257

Unique trepanning of the second Iron Age: Skulls of Celtic wariiors – remarkable discoveries in Austria
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 01.09.1928, 390–391; 396 (Guntramsdorf)

New light on Rhodesian man
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 08.09.1928, 412

A remarkable discovery of Neolithic art in Malta
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 15.09.1928, 446

Relics of human sacrifice in the Orkneys? Puzzling discoveries in a prehistoric settlement at Sakara Brae
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 15.09.1928, 448–449

The scene of the prince of Wales’s golf exploit on the great pyramid
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 22.09.1928, 489

Cyprus rivals Crete as an archaeological treasure island. Unprecedented Greek discoveries – a palace, rich in sculpture, of 550–450 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 22.09.1928, 498–500 (Vouni)

«Flakes of Wodan» and a 3400-year-old sword: «Finds» in Sweden
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 29.09.1928, 549

More treasures from Tutankhamen’s tomb. Unpublished photographs of a germinating Osiris and an Osiride «cenotaph», now in Cairo Museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 06.10.1928, 590–591

A black rhinoceros tossing a «Boskop» boy: A wonderful engraving on Rock, in south Africa, by an artist of the palaeoloithic period
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 06.10.1928, 599

A mystery of the vanished past in Panama. Newly discoverd relics of prehistoric civilisation destroyed by an earthquake or volcanic eruption
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 13.10.1928, 652–656

A discovery heraldic by the netting of bronze hands: A statue of heroic size (probaly representing Poseidon, the sea-god) recoverd from the sea at cape Artemision
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 13.10.1928, 675

Tutankhamen’s gun-case andhis quarry: Unpublished photographs of another treasure from the famous tomb
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 20.10.1928, 712–715

Jerusalem discoveries: Byzantine remains; a city of David gate
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 27.10.1928, 769

Over 100 stones in 1/14 inches: A miracle of Egyptian jewellery
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 03.11.1928, 825 (Dendera)

A new chapter in Italy’s past: Picenian relics at Ancona
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 10.11.1928, 857

The preservative side of archaeology: Bath-rooms, ovns, and boilers for cleaning antiques at the Berlin Museum laboratories
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 10.11.1928, 879

One of Tutankhamen’s deputies for work in the after-life; an exquisite Shaw Abti figure
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 17.11.1928, 904–905

Treasures of Hetep-Heres, mother of Cheops: Secret tomb relics 5000 years old
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 24.11.1928, 958–959

Albert von Le Coq, «Buried treasures of Chinese Turkestan»
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 01.12.1928, 1012

The shrine of an unknown Roman-British god: A mysterious temple site found near the Chedworth villa in Gloucestershire
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 01.12.1928, 1014–1015

A Roman-British hunting-god’s temple? The shrine of Nodens; and votive dogs
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 01.12.1928, 1016

The «Migdol» of Beth-Shan. New and unique discoveries at Beisan, the Beth-Shan of the Old Testament
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 08.12.1928, 1093–1095

Treasure trove from soil and sea
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 15.12.1928, 1129 (Kos, Beisan, Lindos, Kerazeh, Cape Artemision)

From the string-worked bread, kneader of 2000 B.C. to the tin soldier: Ancient toys
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 22.12.1928, 1178–1179

«The best monument found in Palestine»: Dog versus lion
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 22.12.1928, 1181 (Beth-Shan)

Underground Jerusalem: Hidden antiquities in the Holy City that is the centre of Christendom
Illustrated London News Nr. 173, 29.12.1928, 1230–1231

Bolivian relics of atiquity: Inca gallows; ruins of Tiahuanacu
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 05.01.1929, 5

The wrecked statues of Hat-shepsut
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 05.01.1929, 16–17

Inside-and-outside pictures: works by «stone-age» masters
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 19.01.1929, 91

A Roman bazaar in Trajan’s Forum. And other remarkable discoveries in Rome during the great fascist works of excavation
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 19.01.1929, 94–96

The first Maya mosaic ever found: A unique discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 26.01.1929, 127 (Chichen Itza)

Sumerian art and human sacrifice. Archaeological riches of the Ur «death-pit» containing 74 skeletons, mostly of women
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 26.01.1929, 134–136

Tutankhamen and his queen protrayed by a modern painter
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 26.01.1929, 147

New types of prehistoric monsters: Strange skulls from Mongolia
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 02.02.1929, 167–169 (Gobi desert)

Palestine as a home of ancient man: Important discoveries in the caves of Mount Carmel reveal affinities with Magdalenian art
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 02.02.1929, 178–179

Scythian «finds» in Hungary: Golden stags that survived fire
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 09.02.1929, 207

New discoveries at Pompeii: Phases of reconstructive excavation
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 09.02.1929, 218–219

An early British shield from Wales: A new link in the story of armour
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 14.02.1929, 281

A Neolithic «mother colony» in Asia? New relics of Mongolian dune dwellers
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 16.02.1929, 279

A myster of Afghanistan’s past: Discoveries of Buddhist Stupas showing Hellenistic influence
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 23.02.1929, 300–301 (Hadda)

A relic of a Bronze Age pile-dwelling found beside the Thames at Brentford, near London
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 23.02.1929, 322

A mode of the palace of the ancient kings of Connacht recently discovered in Ireland
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 23.02.1929, 322

Europe’soldest iron mine? Discoveries of extraordinary interest on prehistoric site in Hungary
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 02.03.1929, 342–344 (Velem)

Will the Philae temples be removed bodily? Famous Egyptian buildings in flooded waters
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 02.03.1929, 351

The gate of ancient Athens: Interesting new discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 09.03.1929, 389

The Buddha image born in Peshawar: Ancient Gandhara sculptures associated with the region of air-rescues from Kabul
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 09.03.1929, 394–395

Air photography aids archaeology: Detail of a Roman town revealed
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 09.03.1929, 408 (Caistor)

The «Springbok» man: New light on South African pre-history
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 16.03.1929, 425–427

The Portland vase to be sold at Christie’s
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 16.03.1929, 436–437

Treasures of ancient jewellery: Phoenician, Greek and Etruscan work
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 16.03.1929, 457

For the nation? Beautiful 5th-century bronze flagons
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 23.03.1929, 472–473

Save Stonehenge! The «Frontispiece to English history» in peril
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 23.03.1929, 481

The charm of early Chinese pottery figures: A London exhibition
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 23.03.1929, 484

Bronzes preserved by sea-shells! «The Jockey» and a superb «Zeus»
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 30.03.1929, 524–525 (Kap Artemision)

Found in Lorraine: A masterpeice of Graeco-Celtic bronze
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 30.03.1929, 533

America’s finest prehistoric pottery: «Incredible» Mimbres art
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 30.03.1929, 543

A mystery of stone-age masters: South Africa’s rock-carved pictures – what is their meaning?
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 06.04.1929, 568–570

Remarkable discoveries at the Pyramids: New light on the early period of ancient Egypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 06.04.1929, 584–585

Where Baz ruled and Rupmati loved: Mandu
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 13.04.1929, 610–612

South Africa as the cradle of art?: The stone-age petoglyphs of the Transvaal – masterpieces of an early «Golden Age» in prehistoric sculpture
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 13.04.1929, 613–615

The «germ» of religion? Mystic signs in Stone Age petroglyphs
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 20.04.1929, 652–653

Remarkable new discoveries in a catacomb at Rome: Intact Chrisitan graves marked with curious tokens
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 27.04.1929, 705

The ancient world in Italy and Sicily: Remarkable new discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 27.04.1929, 706–707

The fate of the Portland vase in suspense; and a modern replica showing how it was made
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 27.04.1929, 711

Mediaeval wall-painting at Stratford-upon-Avon
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 27.04.1929, 718–721

A German archaeological centenary: The altar of Pergamon
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 04.05.1929, 745

Sculpture of many ages: Gems in the d’Hendencourt collection
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 04.05.1929, 753

Present yields to past in Rome: Facism honours antiquity
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 04.05.1929, 769

The Portland vase in pieces: After the 1845 outrage
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 11.05.1929, 786–787

The Bronze Age in Sardinia: An island lately visited by King Victor
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 11.05.1929, 795

Decaying sculptures on the Parthenon frieze: Recent photographs compared with casts made for Lord Elgin in 1801
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 18.05.1929, 840–841

Outstanding events of the art world: Works of great price
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 18.05.1929, 867 (Cretan Venus)

Prehistoric Persia. I – A Neolithic settlement at Persepolis – remarkable new discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 25.05.1929, 892–893

Prehistoric Persia: II. A revelation of the Early Bronze Age craftman’s mastery in the arts of metal-work, jewellery, and painted pottery
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 01.06.1929, 942–944

Prehistoric Persia: III. Wonderful relics of the Stone and Bronze Ages: New light on the ar affinities of early civilisations
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 08.06.1929, 982–983

Chinese bronzes in the George Eumorphopoulos colletion
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 08.06.1929, 993–994

Aurel Stein, «On Alexander’s tracks to the Indus»
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 15.06.1929, 1032

The Glozel dispute revived; and a charge of fraud
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 15.06.1929, 1033

Finding the forgotten arch of Theodosius: Discoveries by British archaeologists at Constantinople – including the baths and gymnasium of Zeuxippus
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 15.06.1929, 1038–1039

The Minoan Snake Goddess: An ivory and gold figure dating from 1500 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 15.06.1929, 1050

Phile and the Assuan Dam: Total submesion not injurious?
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 22.06.1929, 1079

Tutankhamen’s canopic chest: A gem of Egyptian sculpture
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 22.06.1929, 1095

«Venus rising from the sea»: The body of a new type of Aphrodite on the sea-bottom off Rhodes, roped for haulage to the surface
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 29.06.1929, 1121; 1150

Part of one of Caligula’s sunken «galleys» revealed by the drying of Lake Nemi
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 29.06.1929, 1125

The riddle of the Zimbabwe ruins. A famous «mystery» city of South Africa, now being explored for the British association
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 29.06.1929, 1134–1136

«An extraordinarily powerful new instrument» for archaeology: Air photograph – examples from Iraq
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 29.06.1929, 1146–1147

New treasures from Tutankhamen’s tomb
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 06.07.1929, 10–16

The Hyksos fort, Beth-Pelet, Judaea
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 06.07.1929, 17

New and astonishing light on Prehistoric man
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 13.07.1929, 70–71

Alexander and Roman emperors as bull-worshippers in Egypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 13.07.1929, 75 (Armant)

New treasures from Tutenkhamen’s tomb
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 20.07.1929, 114–119

«The ram caught in a thicket»; lyres; and a bull’s head: Ur «finds», at the British Museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 20.07.1929, 129

Caligula’s galley from the air: A fine photograph from Nemi
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 27.07.1929, 155

Animal-portraits in Stone Age art. South African mastodons and a «mammoth»
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 27.07.1929, 170–173

Revealed by clay cylinders: Ur of the Chaldaeans
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 27.07.1929, 174

Art matters
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 27.07.1929, 181 (Bronze head of king Arkesilas IV. of Cyrene)

New treasures form Tutenkhamen’s tomb
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 03.08.1929, 193–198

A page for the collectors: Glass of the Roman empire
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 03.08.1929, 224

Revealing Tell-el-Amarna: Recent discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 10.08.1929, 242–243

Warren R.Dawson, «Magician and leech»
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 10.08.1929, 264

Discoveries at «the wealthy city of the doubble sea»: Remarkable new finds at Corinth during the latest excavations
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 17.08.1929, 286–287

Contrsts in South African Prehistoric art: Newly-found rock-drawings – masterly animals; crude men
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 24.08.1929, 331; 334–335

Royal furniture used in Egypt before the pyramids were built: Reconstructions her first illustrated
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 24.08.1929, 244–245

New relics of the world’s earliest civilisation (about 3500 B.C.); discoveries at Kish
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 31.08.1929, 374–375

In the actual colour of the natural brownish rock and its slate-blue interior: A Prehistoric masterpiece
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 31.08.1929, 380–381 (Transvaal Rhinoceros)

Rings of «high respect and rich validity»: Some historic examples
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 07.09.1929, 431

The golden gate at Constantinople: Interresting results of recent excavations by the British Aademy
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 14.09.1929, 446–447

The market gate of Miletos reconstructed in the new Pergamon Museum at Berlin
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 14.09.1929, 71

One of Caligula’s pleasure-galleys in the Lake Nemi noe completely revealed by the draining of the lake: A general view
Illustrated London News Nr. 174, 21.09.1929, 502

Treasures from Ur reproduced in their natural colours
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 21.09.1929, 505–507

Unique examples of ancient pictorial art in Syria. Remarkable 8th-century mosaics found at Damascus
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 28.09.1929, 538–539

A page for the collectors: Sculpture from Siam and Cambodia
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 28.09.1929, 558–559

New treasures from Tutankhamen’s tomb
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 05.10.1929, 576–579

New treasures from Tutankhamen’s tomb
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 12.10.1929, 626–631

The Peking man: A new chapter in human history
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 19.10.1929, 672–673

New travels in the track of Marco Polo: The first post-war exploration of Chinee Turkestan: Discoveries of wonderful Buddhist sculptures and paintings
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 26.10.1929, 718–721

A page for the collectors. Sculptured heads from the Far East
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 26.10.1929, 740

Discoveries of Roman sculpture: Statues from Ostia and Cyprus
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 02.11.1929, 757

A new page opened in ancient history: Sensational discoveries in northern Syria: An unknown language; royal archives, tombs, and art treasures of the 13th and 14th century B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 02.11.1929, (764–767)

Lake draining reveals a Stone-age village: A great discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 09.11.1929, 795 (Lake Ledo)

Cyprus as a «treasure island» of archaeology: New discoveries: A palace; pottery and sculpture; and a rich hoard of gold and silver
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 09.11.1929, 806–807 (Vouni)

The structure of Caligula’s «floating palace» now fully revealed: The imposing dimensions of the great pleasure-barge
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 09.11.1929, 818–819

A British School of Archaeology for Iraq
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 09.11.1929, 822

A famous mediaeval art treasure stolen: The Zagreb diptych
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 16.11.1929, 840–841

«The first real Egyptian Composition»: A scene from nature
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 16.11.1929, 857 (El-’Amarneh)

A Mediaeval masterpiece revelaed in Canterbury Cathedral. The «legend of St.Eustache» in a 15th-century wall-painting
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 16.11.1929, 859–860

An amazing Palaeolithic «Pompeii» in Moravia. I. Revelations converning the mammoth-hunters of Central Europe
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 23.11.1929, 890–894

Egypt in 6th- century Trans-Jordan mosaics: Jerash discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 23.11.1929, 902–903

An amazing Palaeolithic «Pompeii» in Moravia. II. Revelations concerning the mammoth-hunters of Central Europe
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 30.11.1929, 934–938

Broken statues of Queen Hat-Shepsut recently «re-united» by new discoveries – parts in Europe; parts in Egypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 07.12.1929, 983

An archaeological «detective story»: Brickwork foud in a hill-side leads to the tomb of a forgotten queen of Egypt (c.1447 B.C.)
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 07.12.1929, 984–986 (Meryet-Amun)

An amazing Palaeolithic «Pompeii» in Moravia. II. Revelations concerning the later Prehistoric hunters of Central Europe
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 14.12.1929, 1036–1039

Early bronzes found in Italy: Discoveries dating from far-separated periods – pre-Etruscan and Gothic
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 21.12.1929, 1093

A shopping centre of ancient Rome: The markets of Trajan
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 28.12.1929, 1130–1131

New light on ancient boat-building: Discoveries in Norway and Wales
Illustrated London News Nr. 175, 28.12.1929, 1145

A superb «unknown» and other discoveries: «Finds» in Albania
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 04.01.1930, 25

A great event in the world of art: The coming dispersal of the Landsdowne marbles
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 11.01.1930, 52–53

The «crown» of our chief Roman monument given to the nation: The finest fort on Hadrian’s wall
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 18.01.1930, 84–85

Restoring the greatest masterpieces of Greek architecture: Recent work on the Parthenon, Erechteum, and Propylaea
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 25.01.1930, 138–139

Exploring «a city of mystery». The first excavations at Petra: Discoveries in the remains of the «built» city, and a new explanation of the rock-cut «sanctuaries»
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 01.02.1930, 160–161

The ephebus of Selinus: A remarkable Greek bronze of the 5th century B.C., as reconstructed from its fragmentary remains
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 01.02.1930, 178

A mystery of Lake Nemi: An unexpected find; Caligula’s-galley relics; and «bandaging» for a removal
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 08.02.1930, 195

The biblical deluge an ascertained fact. An authorative survey of revolutionary discoveries on the site of Kish, a city founded not later than 5000 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 08.02.1930, 206–207; Suppl.I

New basis for the study of Human evolution. The discovery of an uncrushed skull of Sinanthropus (Peking man) – the first complete brain-case of one of our oldest ancestors
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 08.02.1930, 210–211

A page for the collectors: «a history of early Chinese art»
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 08.02.1930, 218–219

An «epochal discovery» in Peru. Mysterious relics of pre-Inca antiquity: Mummies, gold-work, pottery, lace, and embroideries – «a civilisation entirely unlike anything hitherto known in America»
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 15.02.1930, 248–249

A page for the collectors. «Apollo and Marsyas»: The earlest-known sculpture by Michelangelo (1475–1564)
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 15.02.1930, 264

How the ancient Egyptians did the things we do to-day. I. – The elementary use of nature
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 22.02.1930, 284–285

House decoration in ancient Rome. Interesting discoveries on the Appian way: A Roman house with remarkable mosaics, frescoes, and wall graffiti of gladiatorial combat
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 22.02.1930, 290–291

Relics of remote antiquity from Ur: Dating back far beyond 3200 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 01.03.1930, 325–327

Prehistoric art in South Africa: «The king’s monuments» – a unique series of rock-drawings recently discovered in southern Rhodesia
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 01.03.1930, 338–339; Suppl.I–III

Salved from the second of the «pleasure galleys of Caligula» at Lake Nemi: A two-faced head surmounting a gilded bronze post – probably one of a set forming an outer balustrade
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 01.03.1930, 344

Antique drinking-vessels: Examples of many lands and periods
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 01.03.1930, 350

How the ancient Egyptians did the things we do to-day. II. – Making a home
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 08.03.1930, 368–369

New light on Mayan art: Fine technique without metal tools
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 08.03.1930, 383

A «sky-scraper» of the second century A.D.: A Roman «find» (Ostia)
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 08.03.1930, 393

A record price Landsdowne marble: A wounded Amazon – of Pentelic marble – which sold for 27’00 guineas
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 08.03.1930, 416

How the ancient Egyptians did the things we do to-day. III. – Boat-building
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 15.03.1930, 422

New light on the pyramid-builders. Explorations at the great pyramid of Meydum, built for Seneferu, father of Cheops, some 5000 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 22.03.1930, 459–463

An Egyptian antiquity sold by aution for 2300 guineas: A figure of a squatting scribe named Wertehuti
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 29.03.1930, 516

How the ancient Egyptians did the things we do to-day. IV. – Building in stone
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 29.03.1930, 522–524

Art news: A Zeus idenfied
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 29.03.1930, 530 (Artemision)

From a city whose «customs» were human scarifices: Benin relics
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 29.03.1930, 531

A link between ancient Egypt and Cyprus: A Cypriote’s tomb – and other 18th dynasty «intrusive» burials – in the great mastabah at Meydum
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 05.04.1930, 564–567

Gems of the Archaic school of sculpture in Africa and New Guinea
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 12.04.1930, 616

Discoveries of unique interest at the birthplace of Plautus: Sarsina, a landslide-buried town
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 12.04.1930, 617

How the ancient Egyptians did the things we do to-day. V. – the workers and workshops
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 12.04.1930, 622–623

The 101 mummies of Meydum. The most prolific «find» at the Meydum pyramid: A complex of Egyptian tombs, with over a hundred coffins, dating from 2000 to 1200 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 19.04.1930, 675–677

Landsdowne marbles bought for the NY Carlsberg Glyptothek, Copenhagen
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 19.04.1930, 684

Concerning bees; and Egyptian bee-keeping – ancient and modern
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 19.04.1930, 688

The «catacomb of the widowers». Important discoveries in Rome: Part of a 4th-century Christian church cemetery found intact, and containing many works of art
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 26.04.1930, 720–721

The Madonna and Child – from Romanesque to Florid naturalism: A remarkable exhibition of French sculture dating from the XIIth century to the XVIIth
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 26.04.1930, 726–727

Unique relics of Islamic art: 8th-century mosaics from Damascus
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 26.04.1930, 732

Hadrian’s wall – and quarrying: In the threatened area
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 26.04.1930, 735–737

How the ancient Egyptians did the things we do to-day. VI. – Hieroglyphs
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 26.04.1930, 744–745

The revelatory brain-case of Sinanthropus: «The most illuminating fragment of early man ever found»
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 03.05.1930, 769–771

The bimillenary of Vergil’s birth: The tomb of the poet
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 10.05.1930, 819

The clou of the «art in the Dark Ages» exhibition: «Treasures from a Lombard chieftain’s grave» (c. 600 A.D.)
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 13.05.1930, 978–979

A unique Egyptian excavation: The Meydum causeway; and pyramid temple
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 17.05.1930, 878–879

The art world: The tomb of the Vestal virgin Cossinia
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 17.05.1930, 881

The counterpart of Colchester’s temple of Mithras: The Capua Mithraeum; wonderful frescoes
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 21.05.1930, 1145

Insects some 200’000’000 years old: Fossils from Triassic sandstone beds near Sydney
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 24.05.1930, 920–921

Mithraic worship in Roman Britain. A unique discovery at Colchester: A Roman temple of Mithra where secret rites were pactised
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 24.05.1930, 936; Suppl.I

«Church and state» in Malta 5000 years ago: Where strange forms of worship were practised in Malta thirty centuries before the coming of Christ: Wonderful Prehistoric remains of megalithic temples
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 05.06.1930, 30–31

Where Nimrod ruled: Art treasures 3000 years old, from the site of Erech
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 07.06.1930, 1017–1019

A page for the collectors. The Dark Ages in Europe
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 07.06.1930, 1050

The mystery of the Bahrein tumuli. A vast field of sepulchral mounds of unknown origin, covering sixteen square miles on a island in the Persian Gulf
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 14.06.1930, 1088–1089

The archaeological awakening of China: The first excavations in China conducted entirely by Chinese: Treasures of about 1500 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 21.06.1930, 1141–1143

Ascribed to the Han period (206 B.C. – 220 A.D.): A Chinese bronze bell
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 21.06.1930, 1149

The castles of the unbelievers: The mysterious forts of Rajah Bil and Rajah Til
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 28.06.1930, 1202

Balkan archaeology under difficulties: Remarkable discoveries at Stobi, once capital of a Roman province: Excavations that are re-buried between seasons, for lack of funds to provide adequate protection
Illustrated London News Nr. 176, 28.06.1930, 1208–1209

Not suitable for Christie’s or Sotheby’s! Non-detachable paintings in Pompeian houses
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 05.07.1930, 14–15

Sarcophagi, pagan and Christian: Splendid «finds» in the catacombs of St. Pretestato
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 12.07.1930, 66–67

From the world’s scrap-book. An old Roman temple brought to light during the demolition-work near the Theatre of Marcellus, Rome
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 12.07.1930, 73

Beth-Pelet finds: Palestine relics
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 12.07.1930, 79

Just post-flood: A skeleton at Ur
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 12.07.1930, 79

Leonine heads from Himera; the «unknown goddess» of Agrigentum; and other great archaeological «finds» in Sicily
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 19.07.1930, 110–112

Cremation-pit «shrine-area», and other «rubbish-heap history». Revelations of the oldest-known culture of the Gila Valley, Arizona
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 26.07.1930, 156–159

A macabre discovery: Inquisition-victims lowered to slow death?
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 26.07.1930, 172 (Cuena)

The most historic Italian disaster, which still provides the world with «finds» of the very greatest interest
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 02.08.1930, 204–205 (Pompeii)

The work of recovering the pleasure-galley of Caligula from the depth of Lake Nemi
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 09.08.1930, 236

New spoils from «the wealthy city of the double sea». Further discoveries at Corinth: Treasures that escaped the Romans ans the Goths
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 09.08.1930, 244–247

Discoveries where Aeneas landed in Italy. A complete Roman necropolis recently found on the «sacred island» at the mouth of the Tiber: Tombs of the second and third centuries
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 16.08.1930, 290–292

The original home of the British Museum’s caryatid: The «Portico of the Maidens»
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 23.08.1930, 314

Occasions and personalities. «Venus» risen from the sea: The Rhodes statue
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 23.08.1930, 322

A Maya «nunnery» as model for a Chicago «fair» building. Where negligent «vestals» were stoned to deah: Uxmal ruins
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 23.08.1930, 338–339

A Stone Age «Pompeii» in the Orkneys: Prehistoric homes 4000 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 30.08.1930, 355

A superb head found during the excavtions in progress at Butrinto: A work by Praxiteles (c.400–330 B.C) which has been presented to Signor Mussolini by king Zogu of Albania
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 06.09.1930, 386

A prelude to the Persian art exhibition : Bronzes. Remarkable «finds» from Luristan: Splendid old bronze-work
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 06.09.1930, 388–391

«Crowning results» of restoration work at Knossos. Griffin frescoes of the throne room and wonderful painted stucco reliefs of bull-hunting on the northern portico
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 13.09.1930, 433–437

Mute, yet eloquent: The significant Luristan bronzes and their association with Zoroastrism
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 13.09.1930, 444; Suppl.I

On of the finest Roman tessellated pavements found in Britain: Dr. Mortimer Wheler at work on his recent discovery at Verulamium
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 20.09.1930, 466

Treasures found in an earthware jar: Fine Seljuk silver
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 20.09.1930, 481–482

An early Bronze Age tomb in Wales: Interesting discoveries in the chambered tomb at Bryn Celli Ddu, in Anglesey, dating from a period about 1800–1500 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 20.09.1930, 488–489

The most closely guarded shrine in Persia: The mosque of Imam Riza
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 27.09.1930, 540–542

A page for the collectors. India as an artistic entity
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 27.09.1930, 546

Kossos the «Versailles» of Minoan society: Frescoes and ivories
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 04.10.1930, 575–576

Happenings at home and abroad. A new treasure from Herculaneum: A fine marble statue of a young deer attacked by a pack of hounds
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 04.10.1930, 582

A great discovery of Roman glass. Unprecedented treasures found at Cologne: Evidence of an important glass-making industry there under the Roman empire
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 04.10.1930, 588–591

A great discovery of Roman glass. Unprecedented treasures found at Cologne: Evidence of an important glass-making industry there under the Roman empire
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 04.10.1930, 588–591

A great discovery of Prehistoric culture. Remarkable results of excavations at Vinca, near Belgrade: A centre of Aegean civilisation in the second millennium B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 18.10.1930, 664–667

A page for the collectors. Relics of the Inca empire: Peruvian pottery
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 25.10.1930, 732

Glories of Tell Halaf – a great discovery: Wonderful sculptures from a little-known centre of «subarean-hittite» civilisation in upper Mesopotamia
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 29.10.1930, 705–709

A great discovery of Prehistoric culture. Further results of the excavations at Vinca: New light on a branch of Aegaean civilisation in the Danube valley
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 01.11.1930, 752–753

Glories of Tell Halaf – a great discovery: Prehistoric coloured pottery, gold-work, and a king’s ivory cosmetic-box
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 01.11.1930, 760–761

The mystery of the Aurelian frescoes. A puzzling discovery in Rome: Beatiful semi-Christian wall paintings of unknown significance in a hypogaeum dating probably to the third century
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 08.11.1930, 827–829

Fresh light on the rt of ancient Greece: An important discovery by British archaeologists near Corinth: Pottery ans bronze of the 7th to the 5th centuries B.C., from a site untouched by the Romans
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 15.11.1930, 868–869; Suppl.I (Perachora)

More discoveries at Cologne: New treasures of Roman and Frankish art
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 22.11.1930, 910–911

A flood of new light on ancient civilisation: Further great discoveries at Ras Shamra, in northern Syria: An unknown language deciphered from a «dictionary» of the second millennium B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 29.11.1930, 968–972

New light on the Ithaca controversy: British disveries held to solve a Homeric problem: «A prayer to Odysseus» found in northern Ithaca
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 06.12.1930, 1016–1018

Splendours of the Minoan palace: «Conversation» scenes
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 06.12.1930, Suppl.I

A twelfth-century combination safe and other rare pieces: Persian treasures for Burlington House
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 06.12.1930, 1024–1025

Babylon reconstructed in Berlin: The Ishtar Gate in the museum island
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 06.12.1930, 1027

Circa 2750 B.C. to 1930 A.D.: A comparative exhibition of sculptured «portraits» in chronological order
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 06.12.1930, 1028–1029

A city inhabited in four millenniums: Excavations and discoveries at Argos
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 13.12.1930, 1065

An Egyptian queen’s mummy; and a «guide» to the underworld. The romance of a queen’s statue: Far-divided pieces re-joined
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 13.12.1930, 1076–1077 (Deir el-Bahari)

A Viking funeral-ship for a Norse queen: Treasures froma ninth-century tumulus in Norway: A royal burial on «Tutankhamen» lines
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 20.12.1930, 1112–1115

A great find at Pompeii: A patrician’s treasure-chest dug up
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 20.12.1930, 1127

The «magic carpet» of aviation: New aspects of world-famous places visible to the air-tourist
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 20.12.1930, 1130–1131 (Erbil, Baalbek, Mnaidra)

From the world’s scrap-book. A Roman «central-heating system» unearthed on a Yorkshire farm
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 27.12.1930, 1157

Treasure-trove from the eigth grave: Art-work of the 6th century B.C. found in Trebenishte, Yugoslavia
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 27.12.1930, 1163

Treasures from Tell el Amarna: A robber’s hoard; a bust of Tutankhamen’s wife
Illustrated London News Nr. 177, 27.12.1930, 1171

«A startling discovery» at Ur: Royal tombs over 4000 years old – Mesopotamia’s «most monumental» ruins
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 03.01.1931, 14–15

A rich contribution from Turkey to the Persian art exhibition: Early miniatures
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 03.01.1931, 6, Suppl.I–III

Hermopolis – and the mysterious tamarisk-covered plain
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 03.01.1931, 22

Treasures of Persian art at the royal academy: Outstanding pieces in an unprecedented exhibition
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 10.01.1931, 35–37

Secrets of the great sand sea of Libya: A «sepulchre» of migratory birds; and a mysterious «stonehenge»
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 10.01.1931, 48–49

The remarkable discovery of a patrician’s plate chest in Pompeii: Treasures of the new «find»
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 10.01.1931, 50–51

A dramatic review of the art of Persia. The exhibiton at Burlington House
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 10.01.1931, 62–65

Glowing Persian silk carpets and tissues: «Gems at Burlington House»
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 17.01.1931, 87–88

«Still somewhat mysterious»: Luristan bronze vessels
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 17.01.1931, 89

Storied specimens of Persian art: Treasures to be seen on exhibition in Burlington House
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 17.01.1931, 90–91

The walls of Jericho excavated. New archaeological light upon Joshua’s storming of the city; its structure; and dates of inner and outer fortifications
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 17.01.1931, 94–97

Art treasures found in the sea: Greek sculptures dredged-up at Piraeus
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 31.01.1931, 164–165

New Soviet loans to the Persian art exhibition: Sasanian treasures from the great hermitage collection
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 31.01.1931, 176–177

As eerie as the sand-crater of Morrowbie Jukes! A Dakmeh in Persia
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 31.01.1931, 183

Great discoveries at Ur: Magnificent buildings of about 2250 B.C.: Burial-places of mysterious kings, rulers of a mighty empire long before Nebuchadnezzar
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 07.02.1931, 202–204

A Ka on watch: The «second life» at its tomb «peep-hole»
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 07.02.1931, 217 (Giza)

In a house at Nero’s birthplace: The newly-discovered mosaics
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 14.02.1931, 240–241

New light on early Persian art: Unexpected «finds» at Kish – Sasanian bas-reliefs
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 14.02.1931, 261

Thermi – was it a colony of Troy or an independent settlement?
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 14.02.1931, 266

«Priceless treasures» of Mediaeval art: Discoveries in a Hertfordshire church: Early English wall-paintings of the 13th, 14th, and 15th centuries
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 21.02.1931, 282–283

Discoveries of high antiquity in Egypt: A 4th-dynasty tomb – rare jewels, pottery, and alabaster
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 21.02.1931, 294–297

A notable discoery at Pompeii: The tinted statue of Livia
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 21.02.1931, 303

Greek sculpture in gold
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 28.02.1931, 324 (Scythian sword-sheath)

Where men were massacred by their wives: New light on mysterious Lemnos
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 28.02.1931, 328–332

Persian art discoveries at Kish: Unsurpassed examples of Sasanian sculpture
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 07.03.1931, 369

The divining-rod in archaeology: The «twig» for locating subterranean tombs and buried treasures
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 07.03.1931, 375

The mystery of the Austrian «Erdställe». Subterranean vaults probably ult-places of a Prehistoric Pigmy race; the first full account published in England
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 07.03.1931, 376–377

A Roman provincial town on a grandiose scale: The mysterious ruins of Apamea: Public buildings; spacious streets; «modern» water-supply
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 14.03.1931, 425–426

New details of Hadrian’s wall revealed by air photography
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 21.03.1931, 462–463

A masterpiece of sculpture more than 4000 years old: A magnificent Sumerian work of the period 2400–2300 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 21.03.1931, 473 (Gudea)

Egyptian art through the ages
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 28.03.1931, 506–507

A Swedish battlefield discovery of Mediaeval armour. Relics of a fourteenth-century fight at Visby, where 1800 dead were buried hastily, for fear of plague, during a Dish invasion
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 28.03.1931, 518–519

The divine child destined for calvary: The first representation of the crib (a suject avoided in the earliest Christian art); and other scenes connected with the nativity and epiphany, in the Roman catacombs
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 04.04.1931, 544–545

«Mystery» statues in an island famed for Coan «gauze»
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 04.04.1931, 549

Great discoveries in Byzantine art and architecture. Treasures found in the double church of St. Mary Panachrantos at Constantinople, converted into a mosque in the fifteenth century, but now disused
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 11.04.1931, 610–612

Across Asia with Seven Hedin; desert tracks and ruined cities
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 18.04.1931, 629 (Turfan)

Breaking new Prehistoric ground: Unique megaliths of Minorca
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 18.04.1931, 633

Another striking discovery at Ur: A fine terra-cotta bust of a seated god brought to light recently in a residential quarter of the city which dates to between 2000 and 1900 B.C., the traditional period of Abraham
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 25.04.1931, 684

A «Christian» nave at Kish? The discovery of a second neo-Persian palace
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 25.04.1931, 697

Filling-in a bank in Egypt’s «Pre-history»: Pioneer discoveries in Kharga Oasis: Stone Age flint-mines, and other Prehistoric relics
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 02.05.1931, 724–726

New discoveries in early Greek art near Corinth
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 02.05.1931, 747–749 (Perachora)

The oldest monumental statues in the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 16.05.1931, 826–827 (Jebelet el Beda)

New treasures from Tutankhamen’s tomb: Unpublished photographs of the king’s richly decorated «faldstool»; and unique records of intact secret recesses, with magical contents, in his burial-chamber
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 23.05.1931, 855–859

The cult of the crocodile in ancient Egypt: Ineteresting discoveries at Tebtunis, in the Fayum: The sanctuary of Secnebtuni, the crocodile god, and the sacred way to his temple
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 30.05.1931, 908–911

The world from the scrap-book. An Egyptian alabaster vase with electrum filigree collar and neck
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 30.05.1931, 918

The tomb of the shovel-tusked mastodons: Scientific treasure from a natural death-trap: A complete series of mastodons engulfed in Mongolian morasses two million years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 04.06.1931, 16–17; 22–23

New light on Greek religion in Sicily: Great discoveries at the sanctuary of the earth-goddess at Agrigentum: Art relics ranging from the 6th century B.C. to the Hellenistic age
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 06.06.1931, 959–961

The art of mosaic in ancient Greece: Discoveries in a Roman villa at Corinth: Magnificent mosaic floors, probably of Greek origin before the Roman invasion of 146 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 13.06.1931, 1012; Suppl.I–III

The Venus of Cnidos draped – The Venus of Cnidos undraped
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 13.06.1931, 1019

Pre-Roman Syria: Metal masterpieces of the 7th–5th centuries B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 18.06.1931, 102–103

A «Pompeii» of southern Palestine: The great but nameless city of the shepherd kings who once ruled Egypt: Important discoveries at Tell el Ajjul
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 20.06.1931, 1050–1051 (Hill of the calves)

Sculptures of high antiquity discoverd near the pyramids
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 20.06.1931, 1061

New find from the Agora at Athens
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 27.06.1931, 1098

The temple of Ishtar at Nineveh found at last! New discoveries on the site of «an exceeding great city»: The shrine of a goddess; tombs; and art treasures of the third millennium B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 27.06.1931, 1120–1121

New light on Byzantine art: Early Egyptian monasteries and their wall-apintings dating from the 12th to the 15th centuries – a period hitherto unrepresented by such examples
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 04.07.1931, 14–15

Treasures of Camirus: «Finds» that include a splendid stele
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 18.07.1931, 121

«Our lady of the ports»: A unique chryselephantine figurine of the Minoan mother goddess from Crete
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 25.07.1931, 149–150; Suppl.I

The Byzantine exhibition: Certain of its gems discussed
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 25.07.1931, 192–193

The archaeological awakening of China: Fruitful excavations near Anyang and at Ch’eng Tzu Ai and Wa Chia Hsieh
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 08.08.1931, 222–223

An archaeological miscellany: Discoveries at home and abroad
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 15.08.1931, 265 (Alexandretta)

A great new discovery of Etruscan sculpture: Beautiful examples of funerary portraiture and decorative reliefs found in the tomb of the Pellegrina at Chiusi
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 22.08.1931, 293–295

New light on Aboriginal America: Interesting discoveries on Toltec sites in Mexico: Temples and art treasures at Calixtlahuaca and Teotihuacan
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 29.08.1931, 330–331

New treasures of Greek art from its «fountain-head»: The Agora at Athens yields rich archaeological spoils
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 29.08.1931, 337

The ephemeral city of the heretic pharaoh: An overseer’s sumptuou house, and an unexpected royal building, discovered at Tell el Amarna, Akhenaten’s capital, abandoned by his successor, Tutankhamen
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 05.09.1931, 366–367

Important data on the trades of miller, baker, blacksmith, surgeon, and wine merchant of ancient Rome
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 12.09.1931, 394–395

New light on ancient Nubia: The capital before and in the Egypt period
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 19.09.1931, 446–447 (Anibe)

The magic clue of a royal signet-ring. Cretan traditions come true. An account of the discovery of a temple-tomb of the house of Minos
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 26.09.1931, 485–489

Mosaic floors from a 6th-century moastery: Recent discoveries at Beth-Shan, a site occupied for 3000 years; including also a relic of Rameses III., of the 12th dynasty
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 03.10.1931, 530–531

Wonderous cave temples of Wu Chou Shan: China’s oldest ans most impressive relics of Buddhist sculpture: Remote and little-known fifth-century monuments
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 10.10.1931, 553–557

From the world’s scrap-book. A marble head of Athene found at Athens
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 17.10.1931, 606

Salving the second galley of Caligula: A two-faced herm; a marble pillar; the exposed hull
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 17.10.1931, 613

In the island of the «grotticelle»: Prehsitoric rock-tombs of Sicily’s aborigines
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 24.10.1931, 639

The Bronze Age in turbulant Cyprus. Interesting discoveries in a Prehistoric necropolis at Vounos, near Kyrenia: Unique pottery dating from 3000–1200 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 31.10.1931, 678–679

The giant dinosaur of Tendaguru: An east African discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 31.10.1931, 699

Flinders Petrie, «Seventy years of archaeology»
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 07.11.1931, 718

A masterpiece of fifth-century Indian art from the Ajanta cave
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 07.11.1931, Suppl.III–IV

New light on Egypt about 3000 B.C. Important discoveries among fourth dynasty mastabas near the Meydum pyramid: A prince’s tomb; and records of a unique wood coffin
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 07.11.1931, 740–742

Sand the destroyer of cities; and temples in the living rock
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 21.11.1931, 805 (Khara Khoto)

A new chapter in ancient history. Further important discoveries at Ras Shamra and Minet-el-Beida: Syrian art treasures of the 13th and 14th centuries B.C., including the complete toilet service of a princess
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 21.11.1931, 806–810

A fine Roman mosaic floor uncovered on the site of Verulamium
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 21.11.1931, 820

New light on the decorative arts of Corinth: Further discoveries by the British School, at the Heraeum, Perachora: An enormous number of votive offerings to Hera
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 28.11.1931, 850–854

Prehistoric snake-worship in Cyprus akin to the Minoan rites? Bronze-Age discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 05.12.1931, 891–893

Found thanks to church-cleaning: Mural paintings revealed
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 05.12.1931, 907 (Missenden)

Herculaneum rising from its tomb: Revelations of Roman social life in a wealthy seaside retreat
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 12.12.1931, 942–943

The ancient Mesopotamia of India. Town-planning 5000 years ago at Mohenjo-Daro
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 19.12.1931, 1000–1004

Crete as the cradle of Greek art. Discoveries in the necropolis of Phrati in central Crete: New treasures of decorated pottery and bronze
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 26.12.1931, 1042–1044

The wide-flung hand of Rome: Revelations by air photography
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 02.01.1932, 28–29 (Qasr al Kher, Al Kharbaga)

New treasures of Roman art from Dalmatia. Interesting discoveries at Zara (the ancient Jader): Sculpture, ivories, bronzes, gold jewellery, and a wonderful hoard of Roman glass
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 09.01.1932, 49–51

The camera as recorder. A small boat found in the neighbourhood of Caligula’s galleys: An unexpected treasure from Lake Nemi
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 09.01.1932, 60

British Columbian ancestors of the Eskimo? Interesting discoveries in the Prehistoric kitchen middens of British Columbia: Arts and crafts of a mysterious race between 2000 and 3000 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 16.01.1932, 90–92

From the world’s scrap-book. Objects of great interest from the small boat found near Caligula’s galleys in Lake Nemi: Supposed cooking utensils
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 16.01.1932, 99

New treasure from the city of Demosthenes’ «Olynthiacs». Further discoveries at Olynthus, destroyed by Philip of Macedon: The first classical city of a period before Alexander to yield an intact site, rich in works of art, for excavation
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 23.01.1932, 117–119

A find made in the disctrict in which the Apoll Belvedere was discovered: A Greek being trampled by a horse ridden by an Amazon – a marble, dating from imperial times, just unearthed at Anzio
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 23.01.1932, 120

Mycerinus, builder of the third pyramid: Revelatory sculptures of the pharaoh and queen Khamerernebty
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 30.01.1932, 156–157

New treasure from the city of Demosthenes’ «Olynthiacs». Further discoveries at Olynthus, destroyed by Philip of Macedon: The first classical city of a period before Alexander to yield for excavation an intact site rich in works of art. – Part II.
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 30.01.1932, 174–175

Treasures from Viking graves: Relics from boat-burials discovered at Valsgarde, in Sweden
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 06.02.1932, 191–193

A rich find in a Mexican tomb: Discoveries at Monte Alban
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 06.02.1932, 217

From the world’s scrap-book. A statue of Hermes caught in a fishing-net
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 13.02.1932, 238 (Anzio)

A fresh link between Ur and Mohenjo-Daro: The discovery of a seal typical of the Indus civilisation and of a mysterious grave-shaft of the second dynasty at Ur, with «coffins» and funeral furniture
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 13.02.1932, 240–241

New light on mysterious Parthia: Treasures from Seleucia
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 13.02.1932, 247

A rich find in a Mexican tomb: Discoveries at Monte Alban
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 13.02.1932, 247

«Palace three» – the bath of the Sasanian kings, at Kish
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 20.02.1932, 273

The Ithaca dispute: «Excavating» in water. Mycenaean vases found ba hand under water beneath a submerged cave-floor in Ithaca; and treasures of pottery and bronze from a sancuary of the 9th to 7th centuries B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 20.02.1932, 276–277

Ancient dogs vey like modern dogs: Chinese «ancestors» in glazed pottery of the Han, Wei and T’ang dynasties
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 20.02.1932, 286–287

Puzzle! – Find the fourth pyramid: The scene of the Giza discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 27.02.1932, 311

The art of restoring antiquities: Preserving long-buried treasures
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 27.02.1932, 321

The new «Queen’s Pyramid»: Fresh details of the Giza discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 05.03.1932, 334–335

A new chapter in ancient history: Ras Shamra linked with Egypt in the 20th century B.C.: Discoveries on the famous site in northern Syria – art treasures; and Phoenician epics in hitherto unknown script
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 12.03.1932, 382–384

An important find in the queen’s pyramid at Giza: The carved relief on a granite door-jam, representng queen Khent Kawes and her son, who is believed to have been a king of the fifth dynasty
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 12.03.1932, 393

Animal sculpture of 2800 B.C.; and other discoveries at Ur
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 19.03.1932, 41

The «Castle of the Disc» at Tell el Amarna: Fresh light on «an amazing period» in ancient Egyptian history: Further discoveries in the heretic pharaoh’s short-lived capital – Akhenaten’s private residence
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 19.03.1932, 427–429

New relics of a great period in Persian art: The discovery of a sasanian palace at Damghan in northern Persia: Rich treasures of sculpture and architectural decoration
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 26.03.1932, 482–484

The Monte Alban treasures: Remarkable finds in «the Tomb of the Chiefs», the richest burial place in America
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 02.04.1932, 497; 511–513

A new journey through southern Arabia: The Hadramaut and its wonder cities
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 02.04.1932, 517–519

Treasure from Meydum covering 35 centuries: New discoveries ranging from 2900 B.C. to the 6th century A.D.: The first contemporary stoe portrait of Seneferu; and a hoard of over 2000 Byzantine coins
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 09.04.1932, 536–539

Treasure from Egypt: A queen’s bearded statues; towels and coiffure of «modern» type 4000 years old
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 16.04.1932, 574 (Deir el Bahri)

Attic architecture under modern lighting
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 16.04.1932, 578–579 (Acropolis)

Alexander’s crossing of the Hydaspes: Historic sites identified
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 23.04.1932, 615

Rediscovered glories of Korean art: Relics of the brilliant kingdom of Silla; and of an ancient Chinese colony in an alien land
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 23.04.1932, 618–619

Ninety years of Archaeological discovery: Landmarks in field work
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 30.04.1932, 698–699

Surprise at Ur: Treasure found in «astounding» circumstances
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 07.05.1932, 756

The travelling bed of a queen of Egypt 5000 years ago: Technical details of ancient Egyptian joinery
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 07.05.1932, 768–769

Ancient Gaza: Ist palace – and horse-sacrifices. New discoveries at Tell el Ajjul («Hill of the Calves»), the site of ancient Gaza: The «Troy» of south-west Asia, a key-city on the African border
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 14.05.1932, 814–815

Nuragic art shown in Rome: Relics of Prehistoric Sardinia
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 21.05.1932, 852

A rich decade of Italian discoveries: Treasures in the Rome exhibition of ancient art
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 21.05.1932, 853

Discoveries in a church restored by an ancestor of the Plantagenets: The mystery «Madonna» od Angers
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 28.05.1932, 876–877

Our new ancestors: Solo man – «a discovery of the highest interest to those who follow the unfolding of man’s long past history»
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 28.05.1932, 876–877

Steps to a great archaeological discovery: Treasures from a Nubia region destined to be submerged
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 11.06.1932, 954–957

Unearthing a city «walled up to heaven»: Discoveries at Sechem, the greatest Canaanite fortress
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 18.06.1932, 1013

Digging the Agora at Athens: Newly found treasures of ancient Greek art from the place of itsapogee: Sculpture of the golden age, and pottery of many periods
Illustrated London News Nr. 180, 25.06.1932, 1060–1063

«A new species of fossi man»: Great discoveries at Mt.Carmel: «Stone Age deposits so far unparalleled in the Near East» – The finding of Palaeanthropus Palestinus
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 09.07.1932, 33–36

«The accursed thing» of Achan anticipated at Gaza: Burnt and broken treasures in an «accursed deposit» at ancient Gaza: Interesting new finds at Tell el Ajul to be exhibited in London
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 09.07.1932, 57

Ancient Nubian art saved from submergence: Further discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 16.07.1932, 85

Digging to virgin soil at Nineveh: Pre-history revealed by a 90-foot pit; the temple of Ishtar cleared; and Hittite hieroglyphic inscriptions found
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 16.07.1932, 98–100

Discoveries in search of a lost oasis; mysterious Libyan rock-drawings
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 23.07.1932, 124

Rich archaeological harvest from Rhodes: Discoveries at the «white city» of Homer and other sites: New gems of Aegean pottery, gold-work, and sculpture
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 30.07.1932, 158–160

Discoveries in Guatemala: Ancient art of Central America
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 30.07.1932, 178

Ten sacrificed horses preserved for 2000 years by the eternal frost: A Bronze Age burial discovered in Siberia
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 06.08.1932, 205–207 (Pazirik)

Dura-Europos discoveries: The unexpected in archaeology. Astonishing «finds» in Syria: The earliest church with mural decorations; pagan sculptures and paintings; Roman army papyri
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 13.08.1932, 239–241

Ghosts of bygone days disclosed by air photography: Lost villages, forts and «lynchets» found from above
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 13.08.1932, 244–245

The «Great Chaitya»; and a corporeal relic of Buddha: Discoveries in Southern India
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 20.08.1932, 268–269

A queen’s mummy with false hair; ink linen marks; and beer from ancient Egypt: Royal relics of great human interest
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 27.08.1932, 321–323 (Meryet-Amun)

A snake goddess, or possibly one of the Furies: A unique relic of ancient Greek religious art «of extraordinary interest»
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 03.09.1932, 345 (Agora of Athens)

Art treasure from a ancient source of gold: New discoveries in Thasos, famed for gold-mines in the time of Herodotus: Marble reliefs and pavements; temples; a Roman road; archaic vase-paintings
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 03.09.1932, 352–354

Gigantic intaglio pictographs inn the Californian desert: Mysterious silhouettes of men and animals formed on the ground by an unknown race, who may have resorted to this barren district for ritual purposes long ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 10.09.1932, 378–379

A new discovery of Prehistoric cave-art in southern France: How an adventurous investigator’s daring was rewarded with wonderful rock-drawings. Both of men and animals. In a series of grottoes at Labastide
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 17.09.1932, 410–412

A Cypriote mystery: A unique discovery of archaic sculpture on the site of a sacred enclosure
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 24.09.1932, 452–456 (Ajia Irini)

Mesopotamia sheds light on ancient India: Important discoveries at Tell Asmar, on the site of Eshnunna, a vassal kingdom under Ur of the Chaldees about 2200 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 01.10.1932, 502–505

New light on the ancient Sumerian civilisation: Excavations at Khafaje of a temple nearly 5000 years old, contemporary with the royal tombs at Ur
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 08.10.1932, 526–529

A new rock-sculpture discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 15.10.1932, 570 (Ausevik)

The city king Sargon founded to replace Nineveh: Excavations on the site that marks the murdered ruler’s abortive attempt to change the political geography of Assyria
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 15.10.1932, 571–573 (Khorsabad)

More light on Luristan bronzes: Relics of ancient Persian art discovered by bands of Lur tribesmen, locating burials with sharp iron rods: New examples of bronze, glass, and pottery
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 22.10.1932, 613–615

The cave of the Cumaean Sibyl: A great archaeological discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 22.10.1932, 625

More light on the Luristan discoveries: Mysterious «eye-glass spirals»; and other interesting finds, some over 4000 years old
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 29.10.1932, 666–667

The best example extant of the earliest «Apollo» figures of Greece (c. 600 B.C.)
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 05.11.1932, 708

A frieze of beasts made 12’000 B.C.: The first Prehistoric rock drawings that have been found in Palestine
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 05.11.1932, 729–731 (Umm Qatafa)

A page for the collectors. Chinese art in perfection: Treasures of the Eumorphopoulos collection
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 05.11.1932, 717–718; 736

Treasures from a burnt building 4000 years old; and from a buried cache: Art of Prehistoric Persia
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 12.11.1932, 771–773 (Tepe Hissar)

A great discovery of Prehistoric art: Some 2500 rock-drawings and paintings found in the Fezzan desert – a vast picture chronicle of primitive man and contemporary animals
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 19.11.1932, 798–801

Fashioned in the days of the builder of the great pyramid
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 19.11.1932, 805

A great discovery of Prehistoric art: More revelations from the Fezzan rocks
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 26.11.1932, 860–861

Presents of other days: Treasures of antique and mediaeval jewellery recently exhibited in Berlin
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 03.12.1932, 884–885

Cyprus 4000 years ago: Early Bronze Age script; snake worship, and an scene of archaic ploughing
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 10.12.1932, 928–929

Stone age art of Scandinavia: A great find of rock carvings in Norway
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 17.12.1932, 987 (Vingen)

Worshippers of the long-nosed god: Discoveries in Guatemala: Sculptures representing human sacrifice; evidence of extraordinary conservatism in Maya art and religion
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 24.12.1932, 1006–1007

A Roman kiln discovered near Rochester
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 24.12.1932, 1026

The mystery of the Luristan bronzes: Dangerous travel in a land of unidentified art
Illustrated London News Nr. 181, 31.12.1932, 1054–1055

The sequence of Tutankhamen’s golden shrine shown for the first time: Exclusive Photographs
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 07.01.1933, 3–7

Some famous art treasures that lately changed owners. A terra-cotta statuette reproducing the famous «Diadoumenos» of Polykleitos: A treasure for New York
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 07.01.1933, 33

New treasure from Homeric Ithaca: Discoveries in the isle of Odysseus
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 14.01.1933, 45–47

Discoveries in Ahab’s capital, near «the ivory house which he made»: Samaria relics – ivories of Ahab’s time; and a church said to contain John the Baptists head
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 21.01.1933, 84–85

The citadel of Tiberius: Excavations at Capri
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 21.01.1933, 92–93

Greek icons at the Courtauld institute; a Byzantine exhibition
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 21.01.1933, 99

The camera as recorder. Germany’s £50’000 «seated goddess», whose authenticity has been challenged
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 28.01.1933, 112

New light on the art of Prehistoric Persia. Further discoveries at Damaghan, on the site of Tepe Hissar, ranging in date from about 4000 to 1600 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 28.01.1933, 116–119

Islamic architecture in Persia: A London exhibition
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 04.02.1933, 154–155

Ras Shamra yields new treasure to the spade: Further finds on the great Syran site: Relics of the second millennium B.C., including a stela of Baal and a Babylonian warrant of arrest
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 11.02.1933, 177–181

Triumphs of diggin at Persepolis: «No discovery like it in western Asia»
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 11.02.1933, 207

A mysterious Nubian tribe, half-Christian, half-pagan: New tomb-finds near Abu-Simbel
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 25.02.1933, 264–265

New discoveries at Hermopolis: Greek and Graeco-Egyptian temples
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 04.03.1933, 310–311

A new discovery in Malta: The Imjar Stone Age sanctuary
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 11.03.1933, 339

A house of Abraham’s time at Ur; and a curious discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 11.03.1933, 353

Caesar’s votive shrine to Venus, his «ancestress»: Gems of sculpture from the temple rebuilt by Trajan
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 18.03.1933, 386–387

«The magnificent discovery» at Persepolis: Starway sculptures that will take rank among the greatest works of art surviving from antiquity
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 25.03.1933, 401–406; 424

The great Persepolis discovery: Detail of superb sculptures
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 01.04.1933, 453–455

Xerxes in ancient Persian art: The colour of treasures from the great Persepolis discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 08.04.1933, 488

The «mystery» grave of Mapungabwe. A remarkable discovery in the Transvaal: A grave of unknown origin, containing much gold-work, found on the summit of a natural rock stronghold in a wild region
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 08.04.1933, 494–495

Prehistoric pottery that illustrates a revolution in art caused by the discovery of iron: Rich Iron Age «finds» in Austria – with indications of animal-worship
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 15.04.1933, 542–543

New light on Mesopotamian art in the fourth millennium B.C.: The great discoveries at Tell Halaf – sculptures of extraordinary interest
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 22.04.1933, 562–563

Dr. Baron Max von Oppenheim, «Tell Halaf»
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 29.04.1933, 603

A «monotheistic utopia» of ancient Egypt. Discoveries during the last season’s excavations at Tell el-Amarna on the site of the heretic pharaoh’s capital: New portrait sculpture of great interest
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 06.05.1933, 629–633

New light on a lost civilisation: Relics of the fifth millennium B.C. in Mesopotamia: The first discoveries at Tal Arpachiyah, near Nineveh, including «magnificent painted pottery»
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 13.05.1933, 686

Digging in a «treasure island» of the Aegean. New relics of Greek art from Rhodes: Rich «finds» of ancient pottery, bronze, and sculpture, including a work ascribed to Alcamenes
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 20.05.1933, 712–714

Art treasures dug from the frozen Arctic soil: An ancient Eskimo «golden age» revealed
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 27.05.1933, 760–761

Discovered recently at ancient Gaza
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 10.06.1933, 832

Treasure from intact tombs of mysterious Nubian kings: Christian symbolism associated with pagan gods and slave-sacrifice
Illustrated London News Nr. 182, 24.06.1933, 919–923

King Feisal’s land through an artist’s eye: Iraq’s storied past
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 01.07.1933, 28 (Babylon)

A cultural centre of the Bronze Age: New evidence of the importance of Cyprus as a link between East and West in the second millennium B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 01.07.1933, 29–31 (Enkomi)

The discovery of a Heraeum on the gulf of Corinth: British research at Perachora: An early temple of Hera Limenia (protectress of the harbour) found, and «a remarkable series of small objects»
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 08.07.1933, 65–67

The oldest dwelling found in Mesopotamia – (circa 2500 B.C.). New discoveries at Tell Asmar: Ruins of the Akkadian city of Eshnunna, capital of king Sargon, about 2500 B.C.; and fresh links with ancient India
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 15.07.1933, 97–100; Suppl.I

The oriental origin of Hercules: The temple of the lord of vegetation at Eshnunna, where iron was used a thousand years before Tutankhamen
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 22.07.1933, 123–125

The temple of Solomon at Jerusalem
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 22.07.1933, 144

Late prototypes of early Christian art? Unique frescoes found in a third-century synagogue at Dura-Europos: A discovery that reopens the question of Christian art origins
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 29.07.1933, 188–191

«Troll-gold» of Prehistory: Treasures from Hungarian hoards
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 05.08.1933, 225

The earliest known aqueduct, 2600 years old: Sennacherib’s great engineering work, which is remembered in modern folk-lore
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 05.08.1933, 226–227

Hippopothamus amulets; «woolworth» pottery; bull models – the treasure of Predynastic and other tombs
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 12.08.1933, 246–247 (Armant)

New acquisitions at the Ashmolean Museum: Fine coins and pottery
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 12.08.1933, 261

New discoverie at Kish and Baghutiath: A sassanian villa with complete household ware; terra-cotta figurines; pottery; ivory; and coins
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 19.08.1933, 288–289

The «cock-horse» in Greek art; Roman portrait heads: New discoveries in the Agora at Athens
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 26.08.1933, 326–328

Horse-armour and a unique painted shield from a third-century site in Syria: Dura-Europos finds
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 02.09.1933, 361–363

A page for the collectors. A great Berlin collection: The von der Heydt oriental sculpture
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 09.09.1933, 406–408

Ancient Peruvian embroieries: Rare prizes for the collector
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 09.09.1933, 421–422

An Iraq civilisation 6’000 years ago: Pioneer discoveries at Tall Arpachiyah, near Nineveh; relics of a culture whose origins probably go back to the fifth millennium B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 16.09.1933, 436–437

A second-century Roman burial at Colchester; and relics from King Cymbeline’s capital
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 23.09.1933, 473

Mechanism in the ancient Roman world: scales, flour-mills, olive-press, and fish-pond
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 23.09.1933, 474

«The tomb of the bronze flabella»: 6th-century B.C. Etruscan fans; armour; pottery
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 30.09.1933, 490–491

The first authentic discoveries in the Arabain realm of the queen of Sheba, identified with the land of Punt: Hitherto unknown relics of Sabaean culture
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 07.10.1933, 536–537

Knowledge of early Chinese culture revolutionized. Hitherto unpublished records of astonishing discoveries in Honan: Highly developed art of about the 5th century B.C. revealed by tombs at old Loyang, the later capital of the Chou dynasty
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 28.10.1933, 698–701

Chinese tomb revelations: Bronze mechanical contrivances of astonishing ingenuity and perfection of workmanship
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 04.11.1933, 724–725

«The vision of the anients conjured up by Pompeii and Herculaneum»: New and wonderful discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 11.11.1933, 762–763

An unknown city of ancient America. Discoveries at Chetro Ketl, New Mexico: One of the largest ruins in the United States, revealed after 900 years
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 02.12.1933, 892–894

Before and after restoration: St.Sophia mosaics now revealed
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 09.12.1933, 925–927; 929

The beauty of Chinese bronze in the sixth century B.C.: Gems from the Loyang tomb
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 09.12.1933, Suppl.I

The light of the lens on immemorial Egypt: A Sakkara statue
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 16.12.1933, 983

The fate of Jericho revealed by the spade. «The Bronze Age city of Jericho perished by earthquake and fire about 1400 B.C.»: Definite conclusions, after four years of excavation, and new discoveries on a famous biblical site
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 16.12.1933, 994–997

The oldest civilisation of Cyprus now revealed: A Neolithic settlement discovered near Limassol: The first extensive Stone Age remains found in the island
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 23.12.1933, 1010; 1034–1036

The 4th-century Sinai codex: A great bible MS. For the nation
Illustrated London News Nr. 183, 30.12.1933, 1049

A Pergamon prototype of the modern spa: The temple of Asklepios (Aesculapius) at Pergamon. Where pilgrims were treated by sun-bathing and physical exercise: A great excavation enterprise completed
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 13.01.1934, 54–55

A night in ancient Pergamon in the heart of modern Berlin: Whole buildings of antiquity reconstructed within a museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 13.01.1934, 56–57

Animal and insect footprints preserved in stone for 100’000,000 years: Methods of identification by comparision with those of living creatures
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 20.01.1934, 92–93

A «Samian» kiln on English soil: The unique find at Colchester
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 20.01.1934, 96–97

Glories of Persepolis revealed: A south-to-north panorama of the restored stairway to the hall of Darius
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 27.01.1934, 128–129

The Pharos of Alexandria – revelatory measurements in a newly discovered mediaeval manuscript
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 27.01.1934, 134–135

The sepulchres of the Sumerian princes of Lagash discovered
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 10.02.1934, 193

For princess, court lady, and concubine: Circlets and wigs as worn in ancient Egypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 10.02.1934, 207

A rare discovery in Ireland
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 17.02.1934, 232 (gold-work collar)

The greyhound – from classical Greece to cruft’s winner
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 17.02.1934, 236–237

Leonard Woolley, «Ur excavations: The royal cemetery»
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 24.02.1934, 274–276

The Acropolis weakened by rain, to be strenthened with cement
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 03.03.1934, 317

An ancient Syrian kingdom and ist gold: Rich discoveries during the fifth season at Ras Shamra (ancient Ugarit), including two exquisitely wrought gold vessels of the 14th century B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 03.03.1934, 323–325; Sup.II–III

Jewellery of a Byzantine-Nubian queen: More treasures from a mysterious Egyptian cemetery
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 10.03.1934, 351

Discoveries which «surss anything yet known of archaic Chinese jade»: Lo-Yang types of many colours
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 10.03.1934, 371–373

A unique Ur statuette of 3300 B.C.; and other new discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 17.03.1934, 403

Old Stone Age art revealed in Siberia: Palaeolithic work dated Aurignacian by «Willendorf Venus» types
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 17.03.1934, 416–417

An Elgin treasure now first shown: «Athena» with the owl
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 24.03.1934, 464

Treasures which the Spanish conquistadores missed. Gold, jewellery, and pottery from Coclé, Panama: One of the richest archaeological discoveries in the new world
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 31.03.1934, 475–479

The fortress-citadel of king Christophe of Haiti, the Negro Napoleon: A monument to his tyranny and genius
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 31.03.1934, 488–490

Revelations of a rich Sumerian culture and high artistry about 4000 B.C.: The great shaft at Ur dug down 55 ft. to «Jemdet Nasr» graves
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 14.04.1934, 574–575

A fine model: Imperial Rome in the 4th century – the eternal city in the time of Constantine
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 21.04.1934, 614–615

Relics from the past of current interest: A page of antiquities – from Italy and England
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 28.04.1934, 652

A mystery f the ancient goldsmith’s craft solved: The Etruscan method of granulation – for long a secret – rediscovered
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 28.04.1934, 658–659

Animal design in ancient Siberian art: Lake Baikal discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 05.05.1934, 703

A great Inca citadel at Cuzco destroyed and buried by the conquistadores: Sajsawaman’s huge masonry revealed by Pizarro quatercentenary excavation
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 12.05.1934, 726–727

Glas in ancient China – a problem under dispute. The question whether glass was a product of native Chinese industry in early times, or an imported commodity, discussed in the light of the Lo-Yang discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 12.05.1934, 732–733

A great discovery of Sumerian sculpture. A unique hoard of statues 5000 years old, foun at Tell Asmar, including sacre images «without parallel among known Babylonian works of art»
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 19.05.1934, 761; 774–778

Art relics of Roman times in Austria: A Vienna exhibition
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 26.05.1934, 831

Spoils of the spade at armageddon: Discoveries at Megiddo, in Palestine, relating partly to the days of Solomon and Ahab, and illuminating many passages in the Old Testament
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 26.05.1934, 836–837

Discoveries helping to map the Athenian Agora. Two buildings identified in the Agora at Athens, locting others described by Pausanias: an altar and a council dining-hall; with sculpture and pottery representing a long period in Athenian history
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 02.06.1934, 862–863

Sumerian sculpture about 3000 B.C. Another great discovery, at Khafaje, rivalling that at Tell Asmar, with points of difference: A wealth of ancient statues, marked by greater realism and a preponderance of female figures, recovered from a plundered site
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 09.06.1934, 910–913; 919

Art matters of the moment. American excavations at Corinth
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 16.06.1934, 978

Unexampled designs in gold found at Gaza: Jewellery of the days of the shepherd kings
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 16.06.1934, 979

Roumanian civilisation of 2500–1800 B.C.: Discoveries that reveal phases of south-east European prehistory
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 23.06.1934, 1028–1029

The Louvre’s display of Chinese bronze: An exhibition covering every phase of the art in its prime
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 23.06.1934, 1030–1031

The riding harness of a 9th-century Magyar horsewoman
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 30.06.1934, 1059

Treasures missed by the conquistadores: Coclé jewels, gold, and pottery from Panama
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 30.06.1934, 1062

King Solomon’s copper mines. Discoveries that reveal the source of copper for Solomon’s temple, illuminate biblical allusions to the promised land, identify the capital of Edom, and help to date the exodus
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 07.07.1934, 26

The grandeur that was Assyria. Discoveries at Khorsabad, Mesopotamia. The site of Sargon’s new city, built as his capital instead of Nineveh: As Akhenaten moved to Tell Amarna from Thebes
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 14.07.1934, 39–41; 43

Aboriginal American goldwork in a London auction-room
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 14.07.1934, 73

The Golden House of Nero. Remarkable discoveries at the Domus Aurea built by the notorious emperor after the burning of Rome in 64 A.D.
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 21.07.1934, 97–99

Chinese home life 1800 years ago: Model housees, in pottery, from Chinese tombs, ascribed to the second century A.D.: Possibly a pair from the graves of husband and wife, and said to be the first published examples
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 28.07.1934, 148–152

Icons in Cyprus: Remarkable Byzantine and post-Byzantine paintings discovered. The Courtauld institute of art’s expedition to study paintings in orthodox churches of the island
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 11.08.1934, 222–223

Implements used by Solo man at least 40’000 years ago? Tools associated withthe mid-Pleistocene Javanese
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 18.08.1934, 254–255

Chinese bronze treasures of the Louvre exhibition: Inspired form and exquisite patination
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 25.08.1934, 279–280

Measures against drought 2600 years ago. King Sennaherib’s thirty-mile-long canal, which brought water from the Kurdish mountains to Nineve: The monumental canal-head
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 25.08.1934, 294–297

Roman fishing methods revealedin mosaics: First or second century mosaics from Leptis Magna, representing fish and angeling methods, including a landing-net that ancticipated the latest modern type
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 01.09.1934, 330–331

The new Tell el Amarna discoveries: Interesting additions to the famous «Amarna Letters»; art relics; and records of university life, Akhenaten’s police system, with its «flying squad»; and royal lion-hunt
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 15.09.1934, 386–389

The tragedy of a buried city told by its ruins: Siege works by which the Persians captured Dura-Europos in 256 A.D., enslaving all its people: Dramatic evidence of the catastrophe revealed by remains of the besieging army’s mine and ramp
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 22.09.1934, 421–423

An imperial club; and a Roman house – found below a church
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 29.09.1934, 483 (St. John Lateran)

An Inca «labyrinth» and a Puma-god: New archaeological discoveries in and near Cuzco, the ancient capital of the Inca empire in Peru, conquered by Pizarr just 400 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 06.10.1934, 509–511

A lost city found in the Syrian desert: The capital of the ancient kingdom of Mari brought to light; a temple of about 3000 B.C. with all its votive offerings to the goddess Ishtar
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 13.10.1934, 543–545; 547

Revelations of the Stone Age in North America: Relics on old Indian camp-sites in the middle Columbia river region astoundingly rich in artifacts
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 20.10.1934, 608–611

A newly found masterpiece of Greek sculpture: The bronze statuette of Herakles, dating from the early fifth century B.C., lately discovered in Boeotia and other famous bronzes for comparisions
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 27.10.1934, 670

Nature as church architect: An amazing rock-formation in a valley of Cappadocia
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 03.11.1934, 681–683

William Charles White, «Tombs of Lo-Yang»
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 03.11.1934, 681–683

A «Greek Pompeii» at Olyntus. A city of classical Greece – destroyed by Philip of Macedon in 384 B.C.: The only Greek city so far excavated with its complete system of streets and blocks of private houses
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 10.11.1934, 766–769

Stone Age art among «the devil’s potatoes»: Rock-paintings y Ethiopian troglodytes mentioned by Herodotus: A remarkable discovery among the piles of gigantic boulders on Mt. Owenat in the Libyan desert
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 17.11.1934, 796–799

Terra-cottas from a Jerash potter’s workshop
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 24.11.1934, 850–851

«A flood of new light» on Mithraism: The temple of Mithra at Dura-Europos, the first discovered in Syria or Asia Minor: A sanctuary founded about 170 A.D., contaning early third-century frescoes
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 08.12.1934, 963–965

Prehistoric pottery found in Persia: «Entirely unexpected» types from Syalck
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 15.12.1934, 1005

Insects of six million years ago preserved in a natural trap
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 15.12.1934, 1021

Discoveries at Tepe Gawra: Art relics of early Mesopotamia
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 22.12.1934, 1050–1051

Whence came the North American Indian? New evidence for an Asiatic origin: Sculptural recosntructions of Prehsitoric skulls found in British Columbia reveal Mongolian facial types unlike any North American Indians of to-day
Illustrated London News Nr. 185, 29.12.1934, 1088–1089

An advance in Far-East prehistory
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 05.01.1935, 13–15 (Guak Kepah)

Stone Age culture in Cyprus traced back to the 4th millennium
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 19.01.1935, 97

Cyprus in the Stone Age and after
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 19.01.1935, 98

A contrast to Neolithic burials: A Cypriote royal tomb, 4th century B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 19.01.1935, 99 (Pyla)

An «unsolved riddle» of Africa: Mysterious ruins in Somaliland
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 26.01.1935, 126–127

Anthropology’s reply to Sir A. Flemming: Palestine man «10’000 years old»
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 26.01.1935, 141

Archaeology in relief of unemployment
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 09.02.1935, 202–203 (Aghnaskeagh Cairn)

Ancient Cyprus and ist trade with Syria
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 16.02.1935, 246–248 (Vounous, Enkomi)

New light on ancient Irish art
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 23.02.1935, 310 (Gallen Priory)

Ancient Persian art: Animal sculpture in gold and electron
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 02.03.1935, Suppl. I

Greek art
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 02.03.1935, 349–352

An unknown art revealed by a peasant’s plough
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 09.03.1935, 374–376 (Annam)

Pottery from a Persian site occupied for many centuries B.C.: Fresh discoveries at Syalck
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 16.03.1935, 416–417

A page for the Collectors. Greek pottery in the auction room
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 16.03.1935, 442

The richest archaeological site in China
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 23.03.1935, 480–482 (An-Yang)

New relics of Rumanian prehistory about 2500–1800 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 06.04.1935, 554–555 (Vidra)

A causeway to the second pyramid: «Secrets of the Sphinx»
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 06.04.1935, 567

Sacrificial knives and weapons from ancient China
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 26.04.1935, 640–641 (Hsiao-Tun)

Discoveries at Jericho: Bronze Age pottery vessels in their actual colours, including a unique human-headed rhyton
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 26.04.1935, 651

Cave art at of some 30’000 years ago: A wonderful discovery in Spain
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 25.05.1935, 922–923

A transition period in Ptolemaic Egypt. Fresh evidence of Greek in Middle Egypt: Discoveries in architecture and wall-painting athe cosmopolitan city of Hermopolis
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 08.06.1935, 1019–1021

Discoveries at Harun ar Rashid’s birthplace. Excavations at Rayy (the ancient Greek Rhages): Relics, Prehistoric and Mediaeval from the city once equal in splendour to Baghdad, but destroyed by the Mongols in the 13th century
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 22.06.1935, 1122–1123

Arthur Evans, «The palace of Minos» – Vol. IV
Illustrated London News Nr. 186, 29.06.1935, 1162–1165

Finds from biblical Lachish: The city of changing fortunes on the western frontier of Judah
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 06.07.1935, 19–21

Breaking new archaeological ground in Indo-China. Discoveries in Annam and Tonkin
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 06.07.1935, 50–54

Fish and an amphibian of two hundred million years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 27.07.1935, 162–163

News items of the week. The Roman pavement at Woodchester
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 27.07.1935, 168

Recent events in pictures. The floor mosaic of a Byzantine imperial palace discovered at Constantinople
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 03.08.1935, 199

The work of Prehistoric artists: Archaeology of the Libyan desert
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 17.08.1935, 274

The camera as recorder. A temple of Jupiter Dolichenus brought to light at Rome
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 17.08.1935, 290

Neanderthal man in the Tiber valley: How the second skull of this type to be found in Italy came to light in a quarry near Rome after having lain buried for, perhaps 40’000 years
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 17.08.1935, 295

The art of Persia and of associated cultures: Treasures from the great exhibition at Leningrad
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 24.08.1935, 311–315

Roman painted shields and temple sculptures from Dura-Europos: The famous Syrian site yields fresh treasure
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 31.08.1935, 350–351

A great city that resisted Babylon: Fresh revlations at Mari, near Abu Kemal, in Syria; a magnificent royal palace; and art relics from the goddess Ishtar’s temple
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 07.09.1935, 401–403

Two Iraq sites over 5000 years old: Fresh discoveries at Tell Asmar, source of the first-known Sumerian cult-statues, and at Khafaje, which later yielded similar types of early religious sculpture
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 14.09.1935, 429–432; Suppl. I

A new archaeological site in Iraq: The first discoveries at Ishchali – Ishtar-Kititum’s sanctuary; and art relics
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 21.09.1935, 475

Rock paintings in India: A mystery of the Mahadeo hills
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 21.09.1935, 477

The seven-gated city of Sargon and Sennacherib: New revelationsat Khorsabad on the site of Dur Sharrukin (built by Sargon in the 8th century B.C.) which for a short time replaced Nineveh as capital of Assyria
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 28.09.1935, 505–507; Suppl. I

A vast barrier between Egypt and Libya: The western desert – «300 and more miles of wilderness»; Roman remains in Mariut; and the southern oases
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 05.10.1935, 546–547

The heretic pharao’s harem. Fresh discoveries in and around Akhenaten’s pace at Tell el-Amarna, where he established a new religion and built a mushroom capital of Egypt in the 14th century B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 05.10.1935, 564–566

The Lachish letters; and an alphabtic «missing link»: Military despatches of biblical inscriptions thousand years older than the Codex Sinaiticus
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 10.10.1935, 240–242

New revelations of ancient Athens: Surprising evidence yielded by this year’s excavations in the Agora: Neolithic and later burials; with art relics down to Roman times
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 19.10.1935, 645–648

Does the Chalcother – contemporary of the Okapi – still survive? Remarkable discoveries in East Africa: Remains of strange extinct animals (including Chalicotherium), and proof of their co-existence with Stone Age man
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 02.11.1935, 730–733

Art matters od the moment. A remarkable discovery on the site of the great palace of the Byzantine emperors at Istanbul
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 02.11.1935, 742

The archaeology of India: Antiquities of the last five thousand years
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 16.11.1935, 845–847

Wonders of India: Great buildings in the Punjab and Rajputana
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 16.11.1935, 862–863

Tapping a new archaeological source in north Syria: The first discoveries at Chagar Bazar, in the Habur region: A mound containing remains of fifteen supreimposed settlements yields art relics dating from about 4000 to 1500 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 23.11.1935, 930–933

The great Chinese art exhibition: A comprehensive collection of the arts of China
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 30.11.1935, 985–996

The unsuspected land-route – now discoverd – by which old Chinese porcelain reached the West
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 07.12.1935, 1034–1035

A unique complex of Bronze Age Irish ring-forts. New discoveries of unusual interest, at Cush, county Limerick
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 14.12.1935, 1088–1089

An Aladdin’s cave of subterranean wonders: The solution of an age-old mystery at the foot of a giant precipice in Moravia: A vast system of caverns and underground streams explored and made accessible to the public at Macocha
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 21.12.1935, 1130–1134

The mysterious culture of Dong-Son. Pioneer archaeological discoveries in Indo-China: Important results of researches in Annam conducted for the French School of the Far East
Illustrated London News Nr. 187, 28.12.1935, 1172–1175

The «Christmas Tree» of China: An ancient legend crystallized twenty centuries ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 11.01.1936, 60–61

Light on the «Dark Age» of northern Sudan. Nubian tombs containing art relics and signs of slave-sacrifice at a master’s burial – between the 4th and 6th centruies A.D.: Remarkable discoveries at Firka
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 18.01.1936, 97–99

Old Famagusta, the sea-port city of Othello: Mediaeval monuments of Cyprus, in urgent need of repair
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 08.02.1936, 236–238

A new Mycenaean behive tomb. Disoveries at Berbati, near Mycenae: Some of the finest painted vases that have ever come to light in Greece, in a tomb dating from about 1400 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 15.02.1936, 276–279

Ras Shamra – a brilliant intellectual centre over 3000 years ago: New light on the ancient Ugarit and fresh treasures excavated from the site
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 22.02.1936, 307–311

Newly found records of Darius in solid gold and silver; and inscribed tablets defining the Persian empire under Xerxes
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 22.02.1936, 328

Evidence that the pentateuch existed in alphabetic script?
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 29.02.1936, Suppl. I (Lachish)

Family vaults of Ras Shamra: Mass burials of over 3000 years go. Fruitful excavations on a site which lived through four millennia of history
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 29.02.1936, 372–373

The solar tree myth in Indo-China: A striking parallel to the recent discoveries in Ho-Nan, China: A curious bronze lamp-holder statuette; and other tomb objects from northern Annam and Tonkin
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 07.03.1936, 394–396

A vast Prehistoric «Pompeii» revisited: Further discoveries in Moravia, at Vestonice and the Pekarna cave: Palaeolithic art and industry among the mammoth-hunters of Central Europe 30,000 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 21.03.1936, 499–504

A vast Prehistoric «Pompeii» revisited: Further discoveries in Moravia, at Vestonice and the Pekarna cave: Palaeolithic art and industry among the mammoth-hunters of Central Europe 30’000 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 28.03.1936, 544–547

The awekening of China in archaeology: Further discoveries in Ho-Nan province – royal tombs of the Shang dynasty, dated traditionally from 1766 to 1122 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 04.04.1936, 587–589

An Egyptian princess’s tomb of the 4th dynasty (about 3600 B.C.) found intact among the pyramids: A daughter of Khephrem?
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 11.04.1936, 639

Mediaeval ships in a Devonshire church: Sculptured sixteenth-century thre-masters
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 18.04.1936, 673

A mysterious 12th-dynasty hoard: Treasure of Asiatic origin foun at Toud, near Luxor (c. 1936 B.C.)
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 18.04.1936, 682–683

Celtic art of the fifth century B.C.: A discovery in Austria
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 25.04.1936, 718–719 (Dürnberg)

The earliest-known tomb in civilised Egyptian history? Remarkable funerary deposits of about 3500 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 25.04.1936, 722

Siberian animal art of about 500 A.D., showing both ural and far eastern influences: Symbolic ornments of bronze and silver like white metal from the Ischimka treasure
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 09.05.1936, 808–809

A «mystery» tomb found intact beside the second pyramid: That of a son of ist builder, constructed to baffle robbers
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 16.05.1936, 860 (Khnum-ba-ef)

A window to the world. A hoard of thousands of Roman coins between the urn and bowl with which they were found at Dorchester
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 16.05.1936, 872

The caves of the thousand Buddhas. A storehouse of T’ang Buddhist paintings – almost inaccessible on the western outskirts of China
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 30.05.1936, 969–971

A window to the world. The hoard of Roman coins discovered at Dorchester
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 06.06.1936, 1012

The ancient Irish – from Stone Age to 1000 A.D. A number of sites excavated in various parts of Ireland; and the treasures they have yielded
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 06.06.1936, 1020–1022

A puzzling «Venus» of 2000 B.C.: A fine Sumerian relief in London
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 13.06.1936, 1047

News from armageddon. Fresh discoveries at Megiddo, the ancient stronghold controlling a pass used by Egyptian invaders of Palestine in 1479 B.C: and in the great war by Lord Allenby o Megiddo
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 20.06.1936, 1108–1111

Roman glass: a common place in fourth-century Egypt. Evidence that Roman table-glass was an everyday commodity after Constantine remitted the glass tax: Notable discoveries at Karanis, in the Fayum
Illustrated London News Nr. 188, 27.06.1936, 1159–1161

New discoveries at one of the crowning places of the pharaohs: Records of Thothmes III., and other relics, at Armant
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 04.07.1936, 27–29

Restituted from over 200fragments: An ivory statuette attributed to Praxiteles found at Athens
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 11.07.1936, 56–57

Revelations from the heart of Greek culture. Further discoveries in the Athenian Agora: A staue base signed by Praxiteles; souvenirs of the Tyrannicides and the Peloponnesian war; and new treasures of Greek art
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 18.07.1936, 118–121

Would the ancient Greeks have defeated the athletes of to-day? – a question raised by the Olympic games
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 01.08.1936, 203–205

A unique discovery: A fortified Polish village of about 600 B.C. The swamp sttlement of Biskupin, on a peat-bog; and the varied finds it has yielded to excavation
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 08.08.1936, 243–245

The oldest bilbical manuscript, by 300 years, discoverd among Egyptian Mummy wrappings
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 15.08.1936, 268

Mediaeval silk-weaving from Antioch: «Byzantine» work of a school previously Islamic
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 15.08.1936, 274–275

The colour of ancient Greece: Famous relics of classical antiquity
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 15.08.1936, 276 (Epidauros, Akropolis)

New glories of Persepolis revealed: A monumental wall relief of Darius the Great giving audience
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 22.08.1936, 321–323

The site that throws light on the Maya history: Supperimposed pyramids in the Guatemala highlands
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 29.08.1936, 358–359

Religion in Babylonia 4000 years ago: Evidence of snake worship and tree worship; and a link with Greek mythology
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 05.09.1936, 388–391 (Ishchali, Tell Asmar, Khafaje)

A new site in Mesopotamia: Tell Agrab. Temples deserted 5000 years ago; and a wealth of art relics, including fresh proof of Indo-Sumerian cultural associations
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 12.09.1936, 432–435

A new ancestral link between ape and man. An important discovery in South Africa
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 19.09.1936, 476–477 (Sterkfontein, near Krugersdorp)

The oldest stone statuette ever found in western Asia; and other relics on ancient Sumeran culture of a period probably before 3000 B.C.: New discoveries in the earliest temple at Khafaje, in Mesopotamia
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 26.09.1936, 524–526; Suppl. I

Tapestry of ancient times: No. I – 3rd-5th century work from Egypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 03.10.1936, 567–568

Palestine surgery 2500 years ago: Skulls from Lachish marked by operations of the 7th–8th centuries B.C.; and other interesting discoveries at the historic biblical site
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 03.10.1936, 571–573

New evidence on Tutankhamen’s parentage. An inscription proving the possibility that he was a son of Amenhotep III.; and other fresh discoveries at Tell el Amarna, on the site of Akhenatens’s vast palace, on e of the largest known buildings of antiquity
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 10.10.1936, 620–621

Tapestry of ancient times: No. II – Coptic and Arab work from Egypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 10.10.1936, 623–624

«Red» sacrilege in Spain: Church-wrecking by left wing extremists
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 17.10.1936, 665

Tapestry of ancient times: No. III – Examples of 11th-century work
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 17.10.1936, 677

Fifty years of British Archaeology in Greece. The jubilee of the Brtish School at Athens, founded with the aid of King Edward VII.: «A splendid record of scientific work»
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 17.10.1936, 689–691

How an artist saw China in the third century B.C.: Tomb tiles from old Loyang, Honan
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 24.10.1936, 722–724

The lost city in the Syrian desert that opposed Babylon: New discoveries at Mari, revealing the vast extent of the palace, art relics in sculpture, jewellery, ad wall-painting, and historical archives
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 31.10.1936, 759–763

Minoan culture displayed at the Royal Academy
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 07.11.1936, 808–809

Great new discoveries of Indian culture in Prehistoric Sind. Pioneer work at Chanhu-Daro, an unexplored site in the Indus valley: arts, industries, and sanitation of the Harappa period, with relics of another epoch hitherto unknown
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 14.11.1936, 860–864

Great new discoveries of ancient Indian culture on a virgin Prehistoric site in Sind. Further results of pioneer research at Chanu-Daro, in the Indus valley: Relics of craftmanship, domestic life, and personal adornment in the third millennium B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 21.11.1936, 908–911; Suppl. I

New records of sporting pharaoh
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 21.11.1936, 921 (Gizeh)

Discoveries in a «haunted cave». The first scientific clearance of the cave of Trapeza, near the legendary birhtplace of Zeus in Crete
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 28.11.1936, 960–961

Masterpieces of Egyptian sculpture new to London: A famous collection lent to the British Museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 05.12.1936, 1010–1011

C. J. Gadd, «The stones of Assyria»
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 12.12.1936, 1071

Siberian animal art of 600 to 800 A.D.: Little-known relics at Tomsk – playques symbolising protective animal spirits
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 12.12.1936, 1073

Discoveries at Antioch revealing early contacts between Minoan Crete and the Asiatic Mainland, and raising further problems of origin: Interesting items from an exhibition now on view in London
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 19.12.1936, 1148–1149

Egypt before the pharaohs: New evidence from rock-drawings on pre-dynastic life
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 26.12.1936, 1173

New light on Prehistoric Cyprus more than 5000 years ago. Discoveries revealing cultural stages throughout the 4th millennium B.C.: A sacred enclosure and burial place of chief in early Neolithic times
Illustrated London News Nr. 189, 26.12.1936, 1174–1175 (Khirokitia)

Draughts played with 14 pieces 5000 years ago; and other Egyptian relics from «middle-class» graves of 3000 B.C.: A chance discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 02.01.1937, 3

A «Christopher Wren» of Egypt more richly shrined than pharaohs, and later deified: Discoveries at Luxor
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 02.01.1937, 12–13

A complete mediaeval suit of clothes found in a Swedish peat-bog
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 02.01.1937, 22–23

Relics of Cesar’s campaign against the Bellovaci in the year 51 B.C., found in France: Part of a timber-built causeway across the marshes at Breuil-le-Sec, near Beauvais, constructed by Roman military engineers
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 03.01.1937, 585

A treasure-trove of ancient gold-work in south Africa. Discoveries that may revolutionise African ethnology: Skeletons of a mysterious race, with a hoard of finely wrought gold, found on Mapungubwe hill, in the northern Transvaal
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 09.01.1937, 62–63

The fate of the Duke of Alba’s famous collection now known – removed from Madrid to Valencia
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 23.01.1937, 128–129

The cataclysm of the Culbin sands. A 17th-century convulsion of nature without parallel in the history of Scotland: A vast sandstorm that obliterated a great estate, with ist mansion house, village, and fifteen farms
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 23.01.1937, 130–133

Early Indian art from the Siamese jungle. The first exploration of Sri Deva by a European archaeologist: Basic art revelations from an ancient Indian colonial city in Indo-China abandoned about 550 A.D.
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 30.01.1937, 174–176

Little-known painted churches of Cyprus. New light on Christian art in the later Middle Ages: A wealth of wall-paintings of the 13th and subsequent centuries, reprenting four distinct cultures – Byzantine, Oriental, Frankish, and Venetian
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 06.02.1937, 212–213

A page for the collectors. Bank of England treasures
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 06.02.1937, 230–231

A Roman Forum found in the heart of Leicester. The most important Romano-British discovery of recent years on a site originally selected for municipal baths: Evidence of eigthteen centuries of civic continuity unque among English cities
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 13.02.1937, 254–256

Strange discoveries in an ancient Egyptian tomb: A poor man with a rich wife; and six young people who died prematurely; all buried together, in 1494 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 13.02.1937, 272

A Syrian city destroyed by earthquake in the 14th century B.C. New discoveries at Ras Shamra, the city of ancient Ugarit: Links with Minoan Crete, Carchemish, and the history of Canaan as recorded in the Old Testament
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 20.02.1937, 294–297

An oil-industry of great antiquity. Traditional «extracting» and «refining» in the great Kirkuk field
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 27.02.1937, 334

A first dynasty Egyptian tomb with unique evidence of burial methods. The first discovery of anobleman’s body of that period in the position in which he was buried: The tomb of Sabu at Sakkara
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 27.02.1937, 348–349

The discovery of Chinese frescoes which rival the splendours of Ajanta – or Renaissance Florence. 15th-century Fa Hai Sse Ming paintings, almost perfectly preserved and believed to be unknown, hitherto, to either Chinese or European lovers of art
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 27.02.1937, 357–359

Buddhist sculpture of Siam: The first public exhibition in England
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 27.02.1937, 361

Finance and investment
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 27.02.1937, 364 (Tomb of Augustus)

A «modern» Roman bath at Edfu – and Egyptian art of 2400 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 06.03.1937, 403

Long-lost Chekiang kiln-sites, where precious Sung pottery is dug out for building material! The origin of the world-famous «secret colour» ware discovered
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 13.03.1937, 453–455

The source of celebrated Sung «secret colour» ware discovered. Precious Yèeh shards; including the earliest pottery-dating found in China
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 20.03.1937, 500–501

Chagar Bazar from 3000 B.C. to 1400 B.C. Fresh revelations from a North Syrian mound in the Habur region containing remains of fifteen superimposed cities: Discoveries during the British expedition’s second season, ranging from Sumerian to Assyrian times
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 20.03.1937, 517–521

The 20th-century Caesar: Signor Mussolini impresses the Libyans
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 27.03.1937, 533

New links in the record of ancient Peruvian culture. Important discoveries at Pukara: An unknown ceramic art of high technique surpassing any hitherto found; and remarkable stone sculptures
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 03.04.1937, 586–587

A ten-acre subterranean city sacred to the ibis. New discoveries at Hermopolis: Amazing relics of a bird and animal cult connected with the worship of Thoth during the Graeco-Roman period in Egypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 12.06.1937, 1088–1089

A «Venus» turned-up by a plough
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 26.06.1937, 1215 (Venus of Brizet)

A sultan’s coronation gift to the king
Illustrated London News Nr. 190, 26.06.1937, 1215 (Bronze head from southern Arabia)

New discoveries of Maya ulture at Chichen Itza. Fresh examples from Yucatan: Art relics, including reliefs representing fertility rites of a «cruel and pictoresque» religion, found in a Maya city under Toltec influence in the 12th century
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 03.07.1937, 12–15

Clothes worn 3’000 years ago. Examples from a unique collection of Bronze Age clothing discovered in Denmark: Masculine and Feminine garnments still existing after 3000 years
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 10.07.1937, 80–81

From a Chinese art exhibition in Paris: Some choice examples
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 10.07.1937, 84

A great rediscovery of 11th-century Byzantine art. Revelations by scientific cleaning: Treasures of Fresco and mosaic in the cathedral of St.Sophia at Kiev restored to their original splendour
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 17.07.1937, 127–129

Tomb-tile pictures of ancient China: Their date and their making
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 24.07.1937, 170–173 (Lo-Yang)

The first imperial Hittite sculpture found south of the Taurus. New light on the rulers of Asia Minor in the 12th century B.C.: A rock-carved figure of a bearded priest-king discovered near a mound believed to be the site of his capital city
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 31.07.1937, 210–211 (Jeihan)

New light on the island that once gave Europe its «Paris fashions»: Discoveries in Cyprus; famous in the Middle Ages for its wealth and ist gorgeous silks and fabrics
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 07.08.1937, 246–247

New light on the «heretic pharaoh» before his «reformation»: Discoveries on the site of temples in Nubia founded by Amenophis IV. Before he established his new religion at Amarna, and changed his name to Akhenaten: Interesting results of British research at Sesebi
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 14.08.1937, 272–273

Bearing the first certain illustration in Greek art of Prometheus bringing down the fire from heaven: A magnificent Greek vase (151/2 in.high) of about 425 B.C. acquired by the Ashmolean Museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 21.08.1937, 294

Syrian Gods in a Nabatean temple. Discoveries in Transjordan at a hill-top shrine of the 1st and 2nd centuries A.D., affording fresh evidence concerning the ecclectic Nabatean culture influenced by Syria, Greece, Egypt, and Rome
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 21.08.1937, 298–301 (Khirbet et-Tannur)

Ancient Athenian treasures yielded by well-shafts: A «black-figure» masterpiece; Themistocles ostraka
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 28.08.1937, 360–361

Unravelling the secrets of ancient Mexico:Two recently excavated temples:One having the only ancient American arch hitherto known
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 04.09.1937, 386–388; 437 (Malinalco, Calixtlahuaca)

Athens two thousand years before Pericles: Evidence ofNeolithic and other early settlements found in the Agora excavations; and an «unknown» temple of Ares
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 11.09.1937, 430–432

Exploring the largest Khmer temple known: The remarkable ruins of Banteai Chmar, which exceeded even Angkor Vat in size, hidden in the wilds of Cambodia
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 18.09.1937, 466–470

The world’s earliest portrait – 30’000 years old. An epoch-making discovery in Prehistoric art; with other important results of new researches on the site of the great settlement of mammoth-hunters in Czechslovakia
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 02.10.1937, 549–553 (Vestonice)

The bi-millennary of Augustus: The Roman empire and ist founder commemorated by a great exhibition
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 02.10.1937, 579

New clues to Hittite history in Syria. The coming of that «enigmatic rce» dated back to the 16th century B.C., supporting biblical tradition: Discoveries at Atchana, near Antioch – cuneiform tablets and a hitherto unknown pottery with Minoan affinities
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 09.10.1937, 604–605

The strange adventures of the stolen «Apollo» – now in Greece
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 09.10.1937, 626 (Anavyssos)

Hidden treasure from Armageddon. New discoveries at Megiddo, the scene (in «revelation») of the battle to which «the kings of the earth» were gathered: Palace buildings; and gold objects concealed by a prince fearing invasion
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 16.10.1937, 655–658

The Megiddo ivores: Newly found treasures of the 13th century B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 23.10.1937, 707–710

Treasure trove in Stokholm cellar
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 23.10.1937, 716

Newly revealed Etruscan statuary – life-size, heroic, and colossal. The Etruscan Mars: Antiquity’s finest potrayal of a war-god
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 23.10.1937, 726; 748–749

A revelation of Mesopotamian painting about 4000 years ago. Important new discoveries at Mari: Works that shed «entirely new light on the art of paintin at so early date as 2000 B.C.» and rank Mesopotamia with Egypt and Crete in Near Eastern art history
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 30.10.1937, 763–765

Revelations of early Mesopotamian cultur. New discoveries at Tell Agrab: An ass-drawn chariot; and art relics from an early dynastic temple, with indications of bull-worship and connections with ancient India
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 06.11.1937, 792–795; Suppl. I

A moon-god’s temple with art relics of about 3000 B.C.: New discoveries at Khafaj, Mesopotamia
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 13.11.1937, 840–841

The quest for mysterious kingdoms in Sumatra. Pioneer archaeological discoveries in the ancient realms of Panai and Srivijaya, whose rulers in the eighth century conquered Malaya and Cambodia, and delighted in a silver-paved pool filled with bars of gold
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 20.11.1937, 890–892

Siberian art of the Scythian period. Relics from «an inexhaustible site for the discovery of antiquities» in the Jenissei valley: Weapons, tools, and ornaments of about the 7th century B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 25.11.1937, 518–519

How treasures of art and architecture have suffered in the Spanish civil war
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 27.11.1937, 936–937

Palestine clues to the origin of the alphabet: New discoveries at Tell Duweir – the biblical Lachish: Hieratic script and art relics revealing early Egyptian influence; with other evidence bearing on Old Testament history
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 27.11.1937, 944–946

Pithecanthropus received into the human familiy: Epoch-making discoveries that show the «ape-man» of Java to have been more than simian: A new Pithecanthropus skull of a woman; a child’s skull, and a lower jaw
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 11.12.1937, 1039–1041

The hair-net of 1600 years ago: Head-gear from ancient Egypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 11.12.1937, 1051

New revelations of Roman art in the Augustan age. Rich discoveries at Aphrodisias, in Anatolia, once capital of Caria and a favourite resort of the Roman emperors: Numerous sculptures of a period whose art relics have hitherto been extremely rare
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 18.12.1937, 1095–1097

Han dynasty art as develope in Indo-China. New discoveries in northern Annam: Evidence from Han tomb deposits revealing local influences (Cham and «Indonesian») on Chinese craftmanship of the Han period (the two centuries before and after Christ
Illustrated London News Nr. 191, 25.12.1937, 1142–1146

Finds in Maya mound: New discoveries in British Honduras
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 22.01.1938, 122–124

A Problem of Chinese archaeology elucidated: New light on Kuei
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 22.01.1938, Suppl. I

A new temple of archaeology in Jerusalem: Antiquities shrined
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 22.01.1938, 137

A great Parthian fortress that defied Mark Antony: Phraaspa (Taht-i Suleiman) and the mountain-top lake – newly surveyed
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 28.02.1938, 348–349

Romantic mediaeval Asia Minor: Armenian strongholds; Seljuk art
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 28.02.1938, 356–357 (Konia)

Secrets of the «Sacred Lake» at ancient Egyptian temples: A long-hidden structural problem solved
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 19.03.1938, 498–499 (Toud)

The riddle of Chephren’s diorite quarries answered
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 26.03.1938, 524–525

The swastika in Asiatic Turkey over 4000 years ago; with other metal-work pieces found in royal tombs
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 09.04.1938, 632–633 (Alaca Hüyük)

Mysterious statues found in a Borneo cave: Relics of Hinduism
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 16.04.1938, 660–661

The chruch of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, closed before Easter: Signs of collapse in the hallowed fabric
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 16.04.1938, 670–671

Revealed for the first time: Detail of the Pietà in St. Peter’s, Michelangelo’s first great work
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 16.04.1938, 678–679

Albania in antiquity: Greek forts and Roman Baths
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 23.04.1938, 706–707 (Butrinto)

Hellenistic influence in Chinese ceramic art: T’ang rhyton cups modelled on western forms
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 23.04.1938, 710

A step nearer to the Missing Link? A fossil ape with «human» teeth
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 14.05.1938, 868 (Transvaal)

A little-known island culture of the Carribean
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 21.05.1938, 916–919 (Bay Islands)

New relics of Mesopotamian culture 4000–5000 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 28.05.1938, 951–954 (Mari)

A temple resurrected from another building’s foundation material after 3000 years
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 04.06.1938, 998–999 (Karnak)

A great «Old Kingdom» find in Egypt: Paintings 4500 years old
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 04.06.1938, 1000–1001 (Sakkara)

A «duck-billed» statue of Quetzalcoatl found in Mexico
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 11.06.1938, 1046–1047

Revelations of Jewish art in Roman Palestine
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 18.06.1938, 1100–1102 (Galiläa)

A «man-eating» king: Proof of Sumatran human sacrifice
Illustrated London News Nr. 192, 25.06.1938, 1173

Animal cults in Ptolemaic Egypt: A Baboon-God’s shrine revealed
Illustrated London News Nr. 193, 02.07.1938, 7–9 (Hermopolis)

Excavations in the site of the ancient Olympic Games
Illustrated London News Nr. 193, 31.12.1938, 1231–1233

Where a murdered British archaeologist had done great work
Illustrated London News Nr. 194, 18.03.1939, 417–419 (Lachish)

Wayside shrines found at Ur of a type hitherto unknown
Illustrated London News Nr. 178, 21.03.1939, 455

New proof of Greek influence in Ptolemaic Egypt: Hermopolis discoveries: Temples; Homeric legend in fresco
Illustrated London News Nr. 184, 21.04.1939, 598–599

Exploring the galleries of Hermopolis, the sacred city of Thot
Illustrated London News Nr. 194, 13.05.1939, 838–840

Rarely seen sculptures of Westminster Abeey
Illustrated London News Nr. 194, 17.06.1939, 1105

Pioneering in the unexplored field of Malayan Archaeology
Illustrated London News Nr. 194, 24.06.1939, 1169–1171

The discovery of the first definite footprints of a Sauropod
Illustrated London News Nr. 195, 01.07.1939, 30–31

Temples of the ancient as the artist sees them: Mr. Walcot’s ingenious reconstructions
Illustrated London News Nr. 195, 15.07.1939, 120–121

The second galley of Caligula being cleared on the bed of Lake Nemi
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 25.07.1939, 160

The ship-grave of an Anglo-Saxon king found in Suffolk
Illustrated London News Nr. 195, 12.08.1939, 268 (Sutton Hoo)

Founding a «tower of silence»: A rite with nails and thread
Illustrated London News Nr. 195, 19.08.1939, 319

Crusader castles in the Hatay – once the principality of Antioch
Illustrated London News Nr. 195, 26.08.1939, 338–339

Roger Fry, «Last lectures»
Illustrated London News Nr. 195, 07.10.1939, 544

Hermitage treasures for sale: gems for the dead and the living
Illustrated London News Nr. 179, 10.10.1939, 575

An Egyptian queen’s curtain-box reconstructed from 5000-year-old dust and fragments
Illustrated London News Nr. 195, 18.11.1939, 757–758 (Gizeh)

News from Armageddon
Illustrated London News Nr. 195, 25.11.1939, 794–795 (Megiddo)

Minoan influences in a Hittite city
Illustrated London News Nr. 195, 02.12.1939, 833–835 (Alalakh)

A new chapter of Hittite sculpture opens
Illustrated London News Nr. 195, 09.12.1939, 867–869 (Alalakh)

New light on pre-Homeric Mycenae
Illustrated London News Nr. 195, 16.12.1939, 903–905

«Treasury of Atreus» discoveries: The genius of a Bronze-Age master-builder; mason’s marks of 1500 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 195, 23.12.1939, 942–943

A mighty entrepôt of ancient civilisations
Illustrated London News Nr. 195, 30.12.1939, 973–975 (Ugarit)

The elegance that was Ugarit
Illustrated London News Nr. 196, 06.01.1940, 26–29

A new revelation of beauty in India: The 6-th century Badami murals of festival and celestial scenes
Illustrated London News Nr. 196, 13.01.1940, 60–61

On the threshold of history in Central Europe: The tombs of rulers of a settlement which lasted from Neolithic to Roman times discovered in Western Hungary
Illustrated London News Nr. 196, 20.01.1940, 91–93 (Sag)

Cypriot infant sacrifices to the Earth-God in the 4th millennium
Illustrated London News Nr. 196, 27.01.1940, 128–129 (Khirokitia)

The grand period of Chinese bronzes: The Cull Collection, with key-pieces remarkable for their quality and diversity
Illustrated London News Nr. 196, 17.02.1940, 216–217

Mines where the Mycenaeans got their copper, discovered in Cyprus
Illustrated London News Nr. 196, 24.02.1940, 251 (Apliki)

Linking Cretan tombs with the «Treasuries» of Mycenae
Illustrated London News Nr. 196, 02.03.1940, 284–285 (Knossos)

The silver sarcophagus of Psusennes revealed after 3’000 years
Illustrated London News Nr. 196, 09.03.1940, 315–317

The earliest Islamic paintings yet found in Iran
Illustrated London News Nr. 196, 23.03.1940, 390–391 (Nishapur)

The origin of the Finnish race
Illustrated London News Nr. 196, 13.04.1940, 495–496

Wonders of Chinese art in New York: An important exhibition
Illustrated London News Nr. 196, 20.04.1940, 535

The Greek goldsmith’s art of the 7th-century B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 196, 27.04.1940, 568–569 (Melos)

Aurel Stein, «Old routes of Western Iran»
Illustrated London News Nr. 197, 21.09.1940, 364

An unknown queen of Egypt; and a great landowner of the third millennium: Discoveries in Mastaba-tombs recently explored at Sakkara
Illustrated London News Nr. 197, 28.09.1940, 412–413

St. Paul’s cathedral hit: The high altar before and after the damage
Illustrated London News Nr. 197, 19.10.1940, 485–487

Brigadier-General Sir Percy Sykes, «A history of Afghanistan»
Illustrated London News Nr. 197, 16.11.1940, 616

India’s sculptural treasures and superb temple symolism: A wartime photographic exhibition
Illustrated London News Nr. 197, 23.11.1940, 674–675

London’s fire of 1940: The gutted guildhall and Wren churches
Illustrated London News Nr. 198, 04.01.1941, 9–11

F. W. Walbank, «Philip V. of Macedon»
Illustrated London News Nr. 198, 22.02.1941, 238

Prehistoric nature worship in Western Iran
Illustrated London News Nr. 198, 01.03.1941, 292–293 (Kuh-i Dasht)

New discoveries in Iran exemplify the superb art of Persian Goldsmiths over a period of seventeen centuries
Illustrated London News Nr. 198, 31.05.1941, 718–719

How Syria was defended against sea-borne invasion over three thousand years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 198, 14.06.1941, 778–780 (Ugarit)

Baalbek the splendid: Towering temples to the Sun-God and Bacchus; massive Roman ruins; colossal stones
Illustrated London News Nr. 198, 21.06.1941, 814–815

Syria’s historic invasion route: Inscriptions at the dog river
Illustrated London News Nr. 199, 05.07.1941, (Nahr el-Kelb)

British units ousting snipers from the ruins of Zenobia’s Palmyra
Illustrated London News Nr. 199, 09.08.1941, 169

Ludwig Goldscheider, «Etruscan Sculpture»
Illustrated London News Nr. 199, 06.12.1941, 728–729

Malta’s rock shelter; Hitler and grand Mufti; Nazi Looting
Illustrated London News Nr. 200, 03.01.1942, 14

Some trophie of Tobruk: Prisoner queues and battered guns
Illustrated London News Nr. 200, 17.01.1942, 78 (Cyrene)

Vivid prehistoric frescoes recently discovered near Montignac
Illustrated London News Nr. 200, 28.02.1942, 276–280

Another link forged between Russia and the United Nations: A supply route opened through Persia
Illustrated London News Nr. 200, 11.04.1942, 432–433

The discovery of the oldest wall-frescoes in the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 200, 27.06.1942, 752–753 (Tell Uqair)

Children throughout the ages show the same taste: «Tin soldiers» and «Noah’s ark» six hundred years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 201, 25.07.1942, 108–109 (Wasit)

Ancient Siwa, once a haven for our troops, now occupied by the Italians
Illustrated London News Nr. 201, 08.08.1942, 162–163

Evidence for the study of the evolution of Chinese painting: Han tomb tiles of over seventeen hundred years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 201, 03.10.1942, 384–385

The «lost» fort of Santa Apollonia, Lisbon – found in a garden
Illustrated London News Nr. 201, 26.12.1942, 722

Remains of the great Roman Empire on the route to Tripoli
Illustrated London News Nr. 202, 30.01.1943, 122; 133

The troglodyte dwellings of southern Tunisia: Matmata – underground town near the Mareth line
Illustrated London News Nr. 202, 06.02.1943, 164–165

New discoveries in First Dynasty egyptian tombs near Helwan
Illustrated London News Nr. 202, 01.05.1943, 498

Relics of our Anglo-Saxon ancestors in the sixth ans seventh centuries. Recent discoveries in an early mixed cemetery at Nassington, near Petersborough
Illustrated London News Nr. 202, 08.05.1943, 524–525

The ancient Benedictine monastery of Monte Cassino ans ist treasures: A bulwark of early Chritianity used by the enemy as a fortress
Illustrated London News Nr. 204, 26.02.1944, 242–243

Discoveries at Saqqara: A valley temple and Vth Dynasty tombs
Illustrated London News Nr. 204, 26.02.1944, 247–249

The town of Cassino «went up in a sheet of flames»: The record saturation of a strong-point by allied bombers
Illustrated London News Nr. 204, 25.03.1944, 340–343

Nishapur – An important art centre of the Islamic world
Illustrated London News Nr. 204, 01.04.1944, 388–389

The life of a Roman soldier in Britain – on duty and off
Illustrated London News Nr. 204, 08.04.1944, 415–417

Wartime restoration of two famous buildings in Iraq – The Abassid palace, Baghdad, and the arch of Ctesiphon
Illustrated London News Nr. 204, 15.04.1944, 444–445

The historic monastery of Cassino after and before its siege
Illustrated London News Nr. 204, 03.06.1944, 613–615, 619

The Kassite kings of Babylon: Discoveries in Kurigalzu’s capital
Illustrated London News Nr. 205, 19.08.1944, 220–221

The most brilliant phase of Prehistoric Celtic civilisation in Britain. An Early Iron Age discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 205, 25.11.1944, 611–613 (Wales)

«See, this is new? It hath been already of old time.» The domestic life of the ancient Egyptians
Illustrated London News Nr. 206, 06.01.1945, 23–25

Damaged naples chruches repaired in the face of difficulties
Illustrated London News Nr. 206, 03.02.1945, 135

Damaged naples churches repaired in the face of difficulties
Illustrated London News Nr. 206, 03.02.1945, 135

The damage to the Campo Santo of Pisa, and protective measures
Illustrated London News Nr. 206, 17.02.1945, 191

Cologne cathedral’s survival among the ruins
Illustrated London News Nr. 206, 17.03.1945, 287

An «Aladdin’s Cave» of loot: Priceless treasures hidden in Germany
Illustrated London News Nr. 206, 21.04.1945, 441

Coventry cathedral, ruined by German bombs, to rise again
Illustrated London News Nr. 206, 12.05.1945, 517

A Nazi treasure-house of looted art in allied hands
Illustrated London News Nr. 206, 26.05.1945, 564

A treasure-house of loot: Scenes from Goering’s mountain hoard
Illustrated London News Nr. 206, 02.06.1945, 382

Camera occasions: News items of interest from many countries
Illustrated London News Nr. 207, 14.07.1945, 36 (Venus von Milo)

One of the finest and best preserved mosaic pavements found
Illustrated London News Nr. 207, 14.07.1945, 52–53 (Jordan Valley)

Light upon the pre-hittite civilisation in Turkey
Illustrated London News Nr. 207, 21.07.1945, 57; 78–81 (Alaca Hüyük)

The pyramid of Tlahuizcalpanteuctli: Toltec remains discovered at Tula, near Mexico City
Illustrated London News Nr. 207, 28.07.1945, 108–109

The earliest chapter in the story of Mesopotamia
Illustrated London News Nr. 207, 11.08.1945, 163–165 (Tell Hassuna)

The evolution of Coptic art: Textiles, sculpture, and the minor arts, from the IIIrd to the VIIIth centuries
Illustrated London News Nr. 207, 08.09.1945, 276–277

One of the post-war gestures made by Great Britain: A mandated territory to be a sovereign independent state: Trans-Jordan personalities and places
Illustrated London News Nr. 208, 02.01.1946, 130–131

Ancient and modern: Transport in 1946, and a Canterbury «find»
Illustrated London News Nr. 208, 26.01.1946, 106

«Lost» keystones: Baroque sculptures in Greenwich palace crypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 208, 26.01.1946, 107

The restoration of war-damaged manuscripts: Chared treasures of Chartres
Illustrated London News Nr. 208, 09.02.1946, 159

One of England’s few «sacred» circles threatened by buildings
Illustrated London News Nr. 208, 09.02.1946, 187 (Budbury)

The glory that was, and is, Greece: Masterpieces from the exhibition of Greek art, 3000 B.C. to 1944 A.D., now at the Royal Academy
Illustrated London News Nr. 208, 09.02.1946, 188–189

Found during the German occupation of Provence: Celto-Ligurian sculpture of a litle-known period
Illustrated London News Nr. 208, 23.02.1946, 215

The past and the present; some Egyptian discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 208, 02.03.1946, 238

A new chapter in the long island story of Cyprus: Wartime discoveries of the earliest Copper Age
Illustrated London News Nr. 208, 02.03.1946, 244–245

A buried Roman cemetery disclosed: Tombs under St.Peter’s, Rome
Illustrated London News Nr. 208, 09.03.1946, 267

Long before Columbus: The first European colonies in the western hemisphere; norsemen in Greenland
Illustrated London News Nr. 208, 09.03.1946, 272–273

A western China discovery of immense importance. The excavation of a T’ang imperial tomb
Illustrated London News Nr. 208, 20.04.1946, 429

Roman mosaics revealed in Somerset: Details of an important discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 208, 11.05.1946, 501; 507

A modern Pompeii: Cassino and ist famous abbey two years after the battle which laid town and monastery in ruins
Illustrated London News Nr. 208, 25.05.1946, 560–561

Mosaics at the Low Ham Roman villa: Further beauties revealed
Illustrated London News Nr. 208, 25.05.1946, 573

The martyrdom of St. Euphemia: A seventh century church laid bare in Constantinople
Illustrated London News Nr. 208, 01.06.1946, 608–609

Inia’s earliest civilisation: Recent excavations in the Indus basin
Illustrated London News Nr. 209, 10.08.1946, 158–159

A window to the world of to-day: News events from all quarters
Illustrated London News Nr. 209, 10.08.1946, 164

Was Kenya the centre of human evolution?
Illustrated London News Nr. 209, 24.08.1946, 197–201

Aerial reconaissance in archaeology: Sacred circles at Dorchester
Illustrated London News Nr. 209, 02.11.1946, 498

Roman remains uncovered by bombs
Illustrated London News Nr. 209, 09.11.1946, 522 (Palestrina)

A cast-iron ring 2500 years old: Further discoveries in the Byci Skala cave
Illustrated London News Nr. 209, 23.11.1946, 592–595

Newly discoverd: The great limestone caves in Central Europe
Illustrated London News Nr. 209, 07.12.1946, 651 (Harmanec)

Discoveries which suggest the existence of a hidden rock temple: Colossal statues identified in the Sudan
Illustrated London News Nr. 210, 15.02.1947, 214–215

In the heart of a Dashur pyramid: Recent discoveries which may lead to the discovery of an intact royal burial
Illustrated London News Nr. 210, 22.03.1947, 281; 303–305

Revolutinary discoveries which identify two Dashur pyramids
Illustrated London News Nr. 210, 05.04.1947, 344

A romance of archaeology: Stone axes from the «Railroad of Death»
Illustrated London News Nr. 210, 05.04.1947, 359

A treasure-house of early Aurignacian art: The wall-paintings of the Lascaux caves
Illustrated London News Nr. 210, 12.04.1947, 376–379

An anglo-saxon cemetery turned up by the plough
Illustrated London News Nr. 210, 19.04.1947, 402

Primitive art of problematic age: North Nigerian heads now at the British Museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 210, 26.04.1947, 442–443

How a war memorial of 113 A.D. was protected against modern war
Illustrated London News Nr. 210, 10.05.1947, 479 (column of Trajan)

«The most perfect pre-human skull ever found.» The discovery of a nearly perfect «Missing Link» skull
Illustrated London News Nr. 210, 17.05.1947, 508–509

«The great palace of the Byzantine Emperors»
Illustrated London News Nr. 210, 24.05.1947, 538–539 (Istanbul)

The oldest city: A pre-sumerian temple discovered at prehistoric Eridu
Illustrated London News Nr. 210, 31.05.1947, 581–583

Master works of cryptic cultures: Ancient American art now on exhibition
Illustrated London News Nr. 210, 21.06.1947, 667

A Mayan discovery of the highest importance: First photographs
Illustrated London News Nr. 210, 28.06.1947, 674–677

Minted history of the Greek «new world»: A British Museum bequest
Illustrated London News Nr. 211, 05.07.1947, 24

Newly found at Amman:Transjordan’s finest classical sculpture
Illustrated London News Nr. 211, 06.09.1947, 275 (Daidalos)

New links in the chain of human evolution: Sterkfontein discoveries of surpassing importance
Illustrated London News Nr. 211, 13.09.1947, 301

Parade helmets found in Britain: Rarities of Roman armour comparable with the recent Norfolk find
Illustrated London News Nr. 211, 20.09.1947, 312–313

«Gurgan» potteries recently excavated at Gumbad-i-Kabuz: A discovery which adds a new name to Persian art
Illustrated London News Nr. 211, 27.09.1947, 360–361

A discovery which may throw new light on early Mayan civilisation: The ruins of Bonampak
Illustrated London News Nr. 211, 09.10.1947, 141–143

Photographing round curves: Straight pictures of the circular
Illustrated London News Nr. 211, 09.10.1947, 161

The country house of a Roman man of letters: The lost villa of the Younger Pliny
Illustrated London News Nr. 211, 23.10.1947, 220–221

The tomb of Yarim-Lim: A Hittite king’s four-thousand-year-old mausoleum, the latest discovery at Alalakh
Illustrated London News Nr. 211, 25.10.1947, 470–473

The «port-hole» cists of Brahmagiri. Megalithic tombs of Southern India whose recent excavation helps to elucidate a world-wide problem
Illustrated London News Nr. 211, 15.11.1947, 554–557

A twelfth-century Chinese wooden Bodhisattva revealed in its original beauty
Illustrated London News Nr. 211, 06.12.1947, 10–11

The interresting wedding gift given to Princess Elisabeth by H. M. Farouk of Egypt: An Egyptian necklace dating back to the third century, B.C., and incorporating one of the earliest Egyptian coins
Illustrated London News Nr. 211, 06.12.1947, 622

The Royal Academy Indian exhibition: Sculpture in stone, and metal-casting
Illustrated London News Nr. 211, 06.12.1947, 629–631

Of aesthetic and ethnological importance: The art of ancient Benin
Illustrated London News Nr. 211, 13.12.1947, 666–667

Chinese art and culture of three thousand years ago revealed in bronze newly found in northern Honan
Illustrated London News Nr. 211, 20.12.1947, 700–701

Leonardo’s «The Last Supper»: Peril past and new protection
Illustrated London News Nr. 211, 27.12.1947, 727

Another clue in an Egyptological «detective story»: A tiny coffin containing a mummy bearing a hawk symbol, recently discovered in a Dashur pyramid
Illustrated London News Nr. 212, 03.01.1948, 12

Probably the best Roman mosaic to be discoverd between the Rhine and the Jura: The newly-found mosaic pavement near Hölstein, in Switzerland
Illustrated London News Nr. 212, 10.01.1948, 44

New light on old Ireland: One-thousand-year-old discoveries from a newly-excavated Antrim homestead
Illustrated London News Nr. 212, 10.01.1948, 52–53

An enigma of ancient Mexico: Mayan influence in a Toltec site. Recent discoveries among the untapped riches of Xochicalco
Illustrated London News Nr. 212, 17.01.1948, 80–81

The finest Romano-Celtic bronze yet found in Britain: A second-century Mercury statue recently discovered at Colchester
Illustrated London News Nr. 212, 31.01.1948, 134–135

An interresting sixteenth-century fresco discovered during the demolition of Tandridge Hall, near Oxted
Illustrated London News Nr. 212, 21.02.1948, 214

Restoring the birthplace of Egyptian architecture: The re-creation of Zoser’s 5000-year-old «Eternal Dwelling» at Sakkarah
Illustrated London News Nr. 212, 27.03.1948, 359–361

An archaeological landmark under the auctioneer’s hammer: The once-controversial Galley Hill man skull, offered for sale on April 5
Illustrated London News Nr. 212, 03.04.1948, 384

The temple of the dancers: Cryptic sculptures from Monte Alban
Illustrated London News Nr. 212, 10.04.1948, 415–417 (Mexico)

Amarnah West: A forgotten outpost of ancient Egypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 212, 17.04.1948, 439–441

The Roman villa recently discovered at Lawrence Weston on a Bristol corporation housing site
Illustrated London News Nr. 212, 08.05.1948, 512

Recent excavations which throw new light on the Egyptian architecture of five thousand years ao: Aspects of art and life revealed in the First Dynasty Necropolis of Helwan
Illustrated London News Nr. 212, 05.06.1948, 644–645

An ancient sanctuary newly revealed: Discoveries and reconstructions in the Ceylon Jungle
Illustrated London News Nr. 212, 10.06.1948, 698–700 (Mandalagiri)

Setting for a millennary pageant – Roman and Mediaeval St. Albans
Illustrated London News Nr. 212, 19.06.1948, 679–681

Recently-found treasures of one of the world’s first and greatest empires: Achaemenid gold objects
Illustrated London News Nr. 213, 17.07.1948, 57–59

Canada’s Chinese treasures: Early ceramic masterpieces from the Ontario Museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 213, 14.08.1948, 186–187

Subjects of domestic, international and archaeological interrest
Illustrated London News Nr. 213, 14.08.1948, 202

On the track of Homer’s «wealthy Corinth»: First stages of a revolutionary discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 213, 28.08.1948, 242

The oldest city of Sumeria: Establishing the origins of Eridu
Illustrated London News Nr. 213, 11.09.1948, 303–305

Archaeology and military government: Recent discoveries in Tripolitana
Illustrated London News Nr. 213, 11.09.1948, 333

A Roman treasure from an Essex tomato-patch
Illustrated London News Nr. 213, 02.10.1948, 366

The footprints of prehistoric man: Vivid new evidence of ancestors of fifteen thousand years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 213, 09.10.1948, 408–410 (Grotto of Aldène, France)

Masterpieces recalling vanished empires. Iranian art of several great epochs. Including recet discoveries: Iranian art treasures in Paris
Illustrated London News Nr. 213, 21.10.1948, 214–215

Danish art treasures for exhibition in London
Illustrated London News Nr. 213, 23.10.1948, 464–565

The Jubilee of «Jane’s fighting ships»; and matters of old and new
Illustrated London News Nr. 213, 23.10.1948, 488

Drawings by the Sudanese artists of seven thousand years ago. Neolithic rock-drawings from the pot-holes of the Nile
Illustrated London News Nr. 213, 13.11.1948, 556–557

Masterpieces of early Nigerian art: Recently discovered figurines of a primitive culture
Illustrated London News Nr. 213, 20.11.1948, 586–587

The Ponte Trinità: As it was, and as the Germans left it. The Reconstruction of one of Florence’s lovliest bridges
Illustrated London News Nr. 213, 04.12.1948, 624–625

Art, archaeology and the fine arts: Human achievement in many ages
Illustrated London News Nr. 213, 04.12.1948, 638

Gold work of Colombia: Relics of an extinct people
Illustrated London News Nr. 213, 04.12.1948, 645

A birthplace of the Hittite empire: The «Karum» of Kanes, an ancient Anatolian trade-centre
Illustrated London News Nr. 213, 18.12.1948, 701–703

Clues to the unknown Aegean alphabet: Important Swedish discoveries in Asia Minor
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 15.01.1949, 85–87

One of Britain’s most spectacular Irn Age finds, revealed by the plough: Treasures of gold and bronze foud in Norfolk
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 22.01.1949, 22–23 (Snettisham)

Hellas in North Africa: The thirteen-hundred-year-old civilisation of Cyrene
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 22.01.1949, 117–119

Man: Vegetarian or carnivore?
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 29.01.1949, 146

The stone circles of Beaghmore: New light on Bronze Age Ulster
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 05.02.1949, 178

The suction digger as archaeologist: Discoveries in Glamorgan
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 19.02.1949, 248

Man’s inventions and achievements in ancient times and to-day
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 12.03.1949, 336–337

Egyptian portraits: Highlights of a 3000-year-long tradition
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 19.03.1949, 385

A pictorial commentary on recent news in France and England
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 26.03.1949, 414

Newly discovered at Thebes: An avenue of sphinxes, with portrait-heads of the pharao Nectanebis I.
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 26.03.1949, 417

«Nothing new ...»: Domestic utensils of two thousand years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 26.03.1949, 421

In the shadow of the step pyramid: New and untouched tombs found
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 09.04.1949, 469

The buried sculptures of Reading Abbey: Chapters of an archaeological «Detective story»
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 16.04.1949, 524–525

The finest examples of Avignacian drawing; newly discovered in La Colombière rock-shelter
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 23.04.1949, 542–543

Re-solving the jig-saw of the Portland vase: A tale of new fragments and moderm methods
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 07.05.1949, 621

The last kings of the Danuna: Sculptures panels at Karatepe
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 14.05.1949, 664–668

The face of Cesar. Twenty-five masters of the world: The rise and decline of the Roman empire in terms of human physiognomy
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 21.05.1949, 711

«The stately pleasure-dome» of the caliph Hisham: Revealed in recent excavations near Jericho
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 28.05.1949, 726–728

New light on man’s remote ancestry: The oldest skull yet found in France; a discovery which revises theories of human evolution
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 04.06.1949, 782–783

Art appreciation of yesterday and to-day
Illustrated London News Nr. 214, 11.06.1949, 800

An archaeological find; and news from Scandinavian and America
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 02.07.1949, 29

Finding the earliest realistic portrait in history of man: The amazing discovery of 12’000-year-old works of art
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 16.07.1949, 91–92; Suppl. II–III

The world of art: pagan, classic and sacred treasures
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 16.07.1949, 93

Unexpected light on Minoan and Egyptian culture: Striking discoveries from a recent excavation in remote Azarbaijan
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 23.07.1949, 130–131

Aegean origins in Azarbaijan: Water findings at Geoy Tepe
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 30.07.1949, 164–165

Life in fourth-century Roman Britain: Illuminating finds in Kent
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 30.07.1949, 171

The discovery of the ancient capital of Cyprus: Alasia, a town of the 2nd millennium, found at Enkomi, near Famagusta
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 20.08.1949, 278–280

A page for the collectors: Early Chinese bronzes
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 27.08.1949, 312

«The oldest known representation of Apollo»: A unique second millennium bronze statue of a horned god newly discovered in Cyprus
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 27.08.1949, 316–317

The seals of Adoni Nur, servant of the Ammonite king: New finds from a seventh-century B.C. Jordanian tomb
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 03.09.1949, 351

Man and ape-man: New discoveries from south Africa which supply two links of the evolutionary chain between the apes and man
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 10.09.1949, 378–379

Hadrian’s wall: The preservation of an historic national monument: Ministry of Works, national Trust and private methods compared
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 17.09.1949, 430–431

The Elgin Marbles on view again: An impressive re-arrangement
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 17.09.1949, 433

The oldest Bible manuscripts: Fragments of the Dead Sea scrolls
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 01.10.1949, 494–495

Uncovered in the city of London: a Roman mosaic and other fids
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 08.10.1949, 557

Where archaeology and military training go hand in hand: A Roman «Home Guard» outposts in Tripolitana
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 15.10.1949, 594–595

An Egyptian outpost with an unique snake-cult – the brief history of 3000-year-old Amara West
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 22.10.1949, 633–635

A stone-age settlement discovered in Yorkshire; and possibly one of the most important mesolithics sites in N.-W. Europe
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 29.10.1949, 670–671

A medieval painted room unparalleled in England: The recently discovered domestic murals of Longthorpe
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 05.11.1949, 705–706

The centre of ancient Athenian life: Post-war proress in the excavation of the Agora
Illustrated London News Nr. 215, 12.11.1949, 747–749

«The glory that was Greece» – revealed in Athens excavations
Illustrated London News Nr. 216, 07.01.1950, 26

To be reconstructed as a museum: The ancient stoa of Attalos
Illustrated London News Nr. 216, 07.01.1950, 27

Where the Assyrians built a comercial empire in second-millennium Anatolia: Excavating the «Karum» of Kanes
Illustrated London News Nr. 216, 14.01.1950, 68–71

Where the Canaanite goddess of love and fertility was worshipped: A newly found temple of Astarte in North Palestine
Illustrated London News Nr. 216, 21.01.1950, 106–107

Magdalensberg: New excavations which promise to reveal the lost capital of pre-Roman Novium
Illustrated London News Nr. 216, 04.02.1950, 162–163

Archaeology, science, and other items: The unusual in news from abroad
Illustrated London News Nr. 216, 04.02.1950, 183

The first photographs of a group of outstanding Sasanian silver
Illustrated London News Nr. 216, 11.02.1950, 206–207

A find of great archaeological interest and importance: Unique statues of the Iron Age discovered at Amman
Illustrated London News Nr. 216, 18.02.1950, 266–267

Purchased by a U.S. Museum: The Antioch chalice
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 25.02.1950, 278

From the bottom of a well: New Roman finds at Walbrook
Illustrated London News Nr. 216, 25.02.1950, 301

The Ghaznavid palace of Lashkari-Bazar: A newly-explored nd unique centre of the power which extended Islam into India nine hundred years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 216, 25.03.1950, 458–462

The first farmers in South Italy: Vllage life 4000 years ago. History and Prehistory revealed by aerial photography
Illustrated London News Nr. 216, 29.04.1950, 674–675

The «Arabian Nights» story of the gold treasure of Ziwiye
Illustrated London News Nr. 216, 06.05.1950, 714–715

Newly found at Mohenjo-Daro: A huge 4000-year-old granary
Illustrated London News Nr. 216, 20.05.1950, 782–783

New light on the Indus civilisation: The Mohenjo-Daro granary
Illustrated London News Nr. 216, 27.05.1950, 813–816

Man and animals in 4000-year-old Mohenjo-Daro
Illustrated London News Nr. 216, 03.06.1950, 854–855

Indian megalithic cultures – ancient and modern: The graves of the Iron Age Deccan and the memorials of present-say Aboriginals
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 01.07.1950, 24–27

4000-year-old jewellery: Goldwork of the age of the shepherd king, Gaza (2000–1500 B.C.), discovered in Flinders Petrie’s final excavations
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 15.07.1950, Suppl.II–III

One of the most important and richest assyrian excavations of the last 100 years: Excavations in the great palace of Assurnasirpal the Second (at Nimrud)
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 22.07.1950, 148–151

A superb greek helmet of the sixth century B.C.: The story of ist discovery and partial restoration
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 05.08.1950, 221–223

Cave art from prehistoric Sicily: The newly discovered Grotto of Levanzo
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 12.08.1950, 256–257

New light on human origins: Ape-man discoveries in Transvaal
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 19.08.1950, 290–291

A fine legionary’s helmet for the British Museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 26.08.1950, 306

The food of the «Proconsul»
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 26.08.1950, 334–335

Proverbial for luxury: Sybaris, now identified on a rock crag
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 02.09.1950, 368

A Romano-British treasure hunt: Hurstpierpoint boys as archaeologists
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 02.09.1950, 369

Things ancient and modern: Youthful anti-tank gunners and volunteer archaeologists
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 02.09.1950, 377

The world’s most important thing – paper – ist origins and history
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 16.09.1950, 437–440

Animal life in ancient Egypt: Pets, domestic animals and game – seen through the eyes of Egyptian artists
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 16.09.1950, 450–451

A modern monumental effigy: Kennington’s Lawrence of Arabia
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 16.09.1950, 452

Seen for the first time for 1000 years: Hellenistic frescoes of Castelseprio
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 23.09.1950, 488–489

The town which three hundred elephants raised to t ground: The newly excavated fourth level of Susa and the Partho-Seleucid necropolis
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 07.10.1950, 571–573

Revealed in wrecks excavated from the reclaimed soil of the north east polder. The buried «Navy» of the Zuider Zee: Six hundred years of Dutch nautical history
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 14.10.1950, 614–615

The petrified waterfalls of Hierapolis: A 14’000-year-old wonder in Anatolia
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 18.10.1950, 698

The past in the present: From the age of giant reptiles to mediaeval Canterbury
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 26.10.1950, 337

The libation stand of king Piankhy. A unique object, found in the Sudan and now restored
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 28.10.1950, 698

New discoveries in the Athenian agora
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 11.11.1950, 766–767

Science aids the British Museum. «Before-and-after» examples
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 18.11.1950, 827–829 (restoration)

The sanctuary which met the proud gaze of the Louvre winged Victory
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 25.11.1950, 867–829 (Samothrace)

New treasure from Snettisham: Torcs turned up by the plough
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 02.12.1950, 915

A newly found visor for the Worthing helmet: A discovery much enhancing the original find
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 09.12.1950, 945

How the Romans worked the world’s sole source of imperial porphyry
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 16.12.1950, 991–993

Exploring the city of Agamemnon. This years excavations at Mycenae
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 23.12.1950, 1041–1043

Fossil eggs from Tanganyka
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 30.12.1950, 1082–1083

Discoveries and objects of art: Museum treasures, art and an award
Illustrated London News Nr. 217, 30.12.1950, 1089

Sardinia’s Bronze-age Enigmas: The unique nuraghi, prehistoric towers whose purpose is still a riddle
Illustrated London News Nr. 218, 06.01.1951, 17–18, Suppl.III

Excavating the age-old sanctuary of Aphrodite: Important Discoveries in a trial dig at Old Paphos, Cyprus
Illustrated London News Nr. 218, 20.01.1951, 106

The hunter-fishers of mesolithic Yorkshire: Further remarkable discoveries from the ten-thousand-year-old star carr site
Illustrated London News Nr. 218, 03.02.1951, 170–173

In striking contrast with the Metaponto crested helm: A noble corinthian example of the sixth century B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 218, 10.02.1951, 201, Suppl.II

Notable finds at Walsoken: An early 17th century mural behind two later versions of the same subject
Illustrated London News Nr. 218, 10.03.1951, 372–373

Superb torcs turned up by the plough in England: Magnificent examples of 1st century B.C. celtic goldsmiths’ work
Illustrated London News Nr. 218, 10.03.1951, Suppl. IV

Cicero: The secrets of his correspondence
Illustrated London News Nr. 218, 24.03.1951, 448

Now looking down on the gaieties of Mone Carlo, but built to commemorate the triumphs of great Augustus
Illustrated London News Nr. 218, 24.03.1951, 449

The cult of Mithras in Roman Britain: A shrine recently discovered at Carrawburgh od Hadrian’s wall
Illustrated London News Nr. 218, 24.03.1951, 454–457

The most remarkable discovery of Roman parade armour ever made: An imperial cavalry «sports store» turned up by a workman’s spade in Bavaria
Illustrated London News Nr. 218, 31.03.1951, 500–503

Bombs as archaeological excavators: Amazing discoveries – filigree glass, a cryptic mosaic and other light on Constantine’s empire disclosed at Roman Trier among the rubble of modern aerial bombardment
Illustrated London News Nr. 218, 14.04.1951, 562–563

The Byzantine mosaics of the Chora now seen again by the modern world in all their pristine brilliance
Illustrated London News Nr. 218, 28.04.1951, 649–651

Viking life in a Shetland settlement: Jarlshof archaeological discoveries which stress the links between Scandinavia and this country
Illustrated London News Nr. 218, 19.05.1951, 806–809

The great palace of Mahmud in Afghanistan: Carvings and decorations from a unique secular building of the Ghaznavid era, the palace of Lashkari-Bazar
Illustrated London News Nr. 218, 16.06.1951, 973, Suppl. B

Fine exhibits at the antique dealer’s fair
Illustrated London News Nr. 218, 16.06.1951, 994–995

A newly discovered bronze culture from the shores of lake Chad. Art of the ancient Sao: African bronzes of the 10th and 16th century
Illustrated London News Nr. 218, 23.06.1951, 1030–1031

The horses of 12’000 years ago, sculptured by palaeolithic artists of the same era: Relief heads from a unique rock shelter frieze
Illustrated London News Nr. 219, 07.07.1951, 9

The treasures and triumphs of Assur-nasir-pal II., newly discovered in the thrid season’s excavations at Nimrud: Brilliant Assyrian ivories and an inscribed memorial first-rate importance
Illustrated London News Nr. 219, 28.07.1951, 134–137

The Nimrud Jewel in its pristine glory
Illustrated London News Nr. 219, 04.08.1951, 166

The largest hoard of ancient ivories discovered in the Near East for a hundred years: Gems of Assyrian art newly excavated at Nimrud
Illustrated London News Nr. 219, 04.08.1951, 192–195

The most important Egyptian wood statue of the Old Kingdom: A miraculously preserved 4500-year-old human figure
Illustrated London News Nr. 219, 04.08.1951, 196

Excavating the last city of Sybaris: A 4th century B.C. theatre found
Illustrated London News Nr. 219, 11.08.1951, 225

Seeking the ancient temple of Sin: First findings in the huge and untouched mound of Sultan Tepe
Illustrated London News Nr. 219, 01.09.1951, 334–335

New finds in the «Karum» of Kanesh: The third year’s excavations of a great Anatolian trading centre of the beginning of the second millennium
Illustrated London News Nr. 219, 06.10.1951, 544–547

Dredged by chance from the river Maas, in Holland: A superb hellenistic drinking-cup of silver wrought with dionysiac emblems and heads
Illustrated London News Nr. 219, 13.10.1951, 571

A mediaeval Islamic kingdom off the Tanganyika coast: New discoveris in the ruined cities of the Kilwa islands
Illustrated London News Nr. 219, 13.10.1951, 591–593

The growth of human civilisation in Mesopotamia: From Hassuna to Eridu and on to Hatra
Illustrated London News Nr. 219, 10.11.1951, 762–765

Treasures of sculpture from thdesert fortress of Hatra: Parthian and Aramaean art revealed in recent excavations which throw new light on Mesopotamia’s history between Alexander and the rise of Islam
Illustrated London News Nr. 219, 17.11.1951, 806–807

A «murder mystery» of Iron-age Denmark: – its victim peat-preserved for 2000 years
Illustrated London News Nr. 219, 24.11.1951, 862–863 (Tollund)

A page for the collector: Ancient Chinese bronzes
Illustrated London News Nr. 219, 24.11.1951, 866–867

Monkey or bear? The «abominable snowman’s» footprints compared with impressions taken from Zoo animals
Illustrated London News Nr. 219, 15.12.1951, 973–975

Discovering the world’s earliest village community: The claims of Jarmo (Iraq) as the cradle of Civilisation
Illustrated London News Nr. 219, 15.12.1951, 992–995

Newly discovered in central Sicily: The largest known and possibly the finest Roman mosaics yet to come to light – portraits, hunting scenes, animals and naked female gymnasts
Illustrated London News Nr. 219, 22.12.1951, 1032–1033 (Piazza Armerina)

The message of mediaeval mortality in murals recently revealed in a Northamptonshire chruch
Illustrated London News Nr. 219, 29.12.1951, 1074–1075

Pot-holing technique in an archaeological excavation: The Roman well, Pagans’ Hill
Illustrated London News Nr. 220, 05.01.1952, 31

Light on the last and militarist phase of Minoan Crete: Weapons newly found at Knossos
Illustrated London News Nr. 220, 12.01.1952, 58–60

One of the richest finds of Minoan treasures in Crete. Discoveries beneath the palace of Phaistos which may revise the whole dating of the Early and Middle Minoan cultures
Illustrated London News Nr. 220, 19.01.1952, 106–108

Master works revealed: The Ormside bowl and Sutton Hoo standard
Illustrated London News Nr. 220, 26.01.1952, ?

Further light on the largest and finest Roman mosaics yet known: The excavation of the Piazza Armerina villa in Sicily
Illustrated London News Nr. 220, 08.03.1952, 401, 426–427

The master sculptors of 12’000 years ago revealed: An astounding series of life-size human figures, an ibex group and horses carved with brilliant naturalism by Magdalenian man
Illustrated London News Nr. 220, 15.03.1952, 454–456

The late Bronze Age in Cyprus: A recently discvered sanctuary whose site was occupied for half a millennium
Illustrated London News Nr. 220, 22.03.1952, 494–495

Phoenician, Roman, Byzantine: The three cities of Tripolitanian Sabratha. The rise and fall of an African city revealed
Illustrated London News Nr. 220, 29.03.1952, 538–539

Eleven hundred years of the worship of Apollo of the woodlands: Works of art discovered and new light on the ancient sanctuary at Curium, in the island of Cyprus
Illustrated London News Nr. 220, 05.04.1952, 588–590

New discoveries in the ruins of St. Bride’s: Mediaeval and wren crypts
Illustrated London News Nr. 220, 19.04.1952, 656

A five-year plan for Pompeii: An anbitious scheme of excavation
Illustrated London News Nr. 220, 19.04.1952, 678–679

A new world Benedictine nunnery beore the days of Columbus: Recent excavations in south-west Greenland
Illustrated London News Nr. 220, 03.05.1952, 763–765

Excavating the ancient capital of Cyprus: Through the four thousand years of the civilisation of Old Paphos
Illustrated London News Nr. 220, 10.05.1952, 802–803

Where a silver-and-gold masterpiece of 3000 years ago ws found: Excavations at Enkomi-Alasia, the 14th-century B.C. capital of Cyprus
Illustrated London News Nr. 220, 24.05.1952, 885–887, Sup. II–III

The end of a civilisation of three thousand years ago: Achaean and Sea People cultures revealed at Alasia, the ancient capital of Cyprus
Illustrated London News Nr. 220, 31.05.1952, 936–938

The discovery of a new step pyramid: A third Dynasty find at Sakkara,
Illustrated London News Nr. 220, 07.06.1952, 980–981

A discovery which has immensly enriched the world’s oldest literature: Excavations at Nippur, the 4400-year-old holy city of Sumeria and Babylonia
Illustrated London News Nr. 220, 28.06.1952, 1084–1087

A millionaires mosaics of seventeen hundred years ago – «a panorama of the chase», from the finest and largest series of imperial Roman times
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 12.07.1952, Suppl. IV (Piazza Armerina)

The Himalayan «Yeti», London Kestrel, and a novelist’s coffin
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 12.07.1952, 65

When the Romans ruled England and the picts Shetland: The houses of the Iron Age in Ultima Thule – Jarlshof excavations
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 19.07.1952, 91–93

The legacy of Alexander the Great’s invasion of India: Superb sculptures from Gandhara, in which Greece and India meet in a strangely beautiful amalgam
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 26.07.1952, 154–155

Linking the Aeolian islands with the culture of Minoan Crete and the Homeric legends: New excavations in the islands of Lipari and Panarea
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 02.08.1952, 185–187

Three thousand years of occupation of five-thousand-year-old Mari in north-west Mesopotamia: Brilliant miniature sculpture, an unknown Ziggurat and a unique wooden box uncovered in the latest excavations
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 03.08.1952, 338–339

The mysterius rock carvings of the Eritrean highlands: «Modernistic» sculpture and enigmatic inscriptions
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 09.08.1952, 225–227

Ivories of unsurpassed magnificence – the finest and largest from the ancient Near East – discovered in this season’s excavations at Nimrud
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 16.08.1952, 254–256, Suppl. I–III

The great frieze of Assur-nasir-pal, and other important discoveries at Nimrud
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 23.08.1952, 294–296

The old world and the new: A miscellany of topical items
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 06.09.1952, 384

The bearded bull of Sumeria – 4700 years old: one of the largest and finest copper sculptures ever to be found in Mesopotamia, revealed for the first time
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 13.09.1952, Suppl. I

Unique dog sculptures of mediaeval Islam: Recent discoveries in the ancient Mesopotamian city of Harran and light on the little-known Numairid dynasty
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 20.09.1952, 466–467

The overlords of Mycenae before the days of Agamemnon: Royal burials in a newly discovered grave circle of Helladic Mycenae
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 27.09.1952, 505–507

New light on the «Dark Age» of Indian history: Recent excavations at the Hastinapura site, near Delhi
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 04.10.1952, 551–553

An ivory masterpiece and a Mycenaean oil merchant’s accounts: Unique finds made during this year’s excavations at Mycenae
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 25.10.1952, 681–683

Mycenaean lif and death: Important and extensive discoveries which throw new light on the days before Agamemnon
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 01.11.1952, 718–721

Rising once more from the ruins: The famous abbey of Monte Cassino
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 15.11.1952, 818

Ancient and contemporary painting, excavation, and inundation
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 29.11.1952, 888

Among the ten most ancient human remains yet discovered: Early Mousterian jawbones found at Arcy-sur-Cure on a unique site continuously occupied for 140’000 years
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 29.11.1952, 902–905

Excavating the great Ziggurat at Choga-Zambil, in Khuzistan
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 06.12.1952, 954–955

«Who is who» in mosaic: Modern additions to the National Gallery
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 06.12.1952, 959

New excavations in the Palace of the Byzantine emperors: Fresh masterpieces of mosaic discovered, and further light on the substructure
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 13.12.1952, 996–997

One of the last of the Sinhalese capitals: The rock citadel and granite portals of little-known Yapahuwa
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 20.12.1952, 1046–1047

Deciphering the palimpsest of Canterbury: Excavations of the Roman and mediaeval city which were made possible by the devastation of the Blitz
Illustrated London News Nr. 221, 27.12.1952, 1074–1076

Where Alexander the Great cut the Gordian Knot: Excavations which throw new light in the Phrygians and Hittites of ancient Gordion
Illustrated London News Nr. 222, 03.01.1953, 20–23

Recalling in its ritual the «Morte d’Arthur»: The lake-sacrifice of weapons after a Jutish battle of 1500 years ago – discovered in Denmark
Illustrated London News Nr. 222, 10.01.1953, 58–59 (Illerup)

Uncovering a lost city of the Sahara: Excavating the Sedrata, the thousand-year-old capital of the Ibadites in Southern Algeria
Illustrated London News Nr. 222, 31.01.1953, 165–167

Seeking the temple of Sin, moon-god of Harran, and light on the strange Sabian sect through 1400 years
Illustrated London News Nr. 222, 21.02.1953, 287–289, Suppl. IV

Excavating Old Smyrna, city of Homer and Mimnermus: The discovery of the oldest known Greek house and light on the birth of Greek civilisation
Illustrated London News Nr. 222, 28.02.1953, 328–329

The strangeness and beauty of Mexican art: Early sculpture from the current exhibition
Illustrated London News Nr. 222, 07.03.1953, 364–365

Inside a troglodyte city of 20’000 years ago: New discoveries in a unique group of spanish caves and drawings from the «sacntum sanctorum» of Aurignacian man
Illustrated London News Nr. 222, 14.03.1953, 409–411

Ancient and modern: The world of yesterday and to-day in pictures
Illustrated London News Nr. 222, 14.03.1953, 403

Finding the colossal head of Apollo; and other discoveries in the ancient cities of Lycia
Illustrated London News Nr. 222, 21.03.1953, 425, 448–449

Two archaeological finds from Skye and Germany
Illustrated London News Nr. 222, 11.04.1953, 580

London art exhibitions, and remarkable Indo-Greek Coins
Illustrated London News Nr. 222, 11.04.1953, 583

New light on the ancient siege-warfare, from unique Cyprus discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 222, 18.04.1953, 613–616

A unique discovery Portrait busts of 7000 years ago found at Jericho
Illustrated London News Nr. 222, 18.04.1953, 627

Newly found and vivid mosaics from Sultantepe and Ayas: A Roman bath and a paradise of animals excavated in Southern Turkey
Illustrated London News Nr. 222, 25.04.1953, 670–671

The first camp for schoolboys arranged by the British schools archaeological guild
Illustrated London News Nr. 222, 02.05.1953, 709

An ivory masterpiece and treasures of gold and silver from the Cyprus of 3000 years ago: Remarkable finds from a Bronze Age cemetery near Old Paphos
Illustrated London News Nr. 222, 02.05.1953, 710–711

Ancient Mexican drums
Illustrated London News Nr. 222, 09.05.1953, ?

The world’s oldest Persian carpet, preserved for 2400 years in perpetual ice in Central Siberia; astonishing new discoveries from the Scythian tombs of Pazyryk
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 11.07.1953, 69–71

The finest Palaeolithic drawings of the human figure – revealed by the demolition of artillery shells in a Sicilian cave: A unique initial rite
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 01.08.1953, 187–189 (Addaura)

The Mona Lisa of 2600 years ago: The large and uniquely beautiful ivory head found at Nimrud last year – as it is now, cleaned and repaired, in the Iraq Museum, Bagdad
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 08.08.1953, 199

Uncovering the «Tower of Babel» of Choga-Zambil: New excavations in and around the great Ziggurat of the Elamite king Untash-Huban
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 08.08.1953, 226–227

A newly-found Assyrian royal palace of 2750 years ago: «Guardian Angels» and palace frescoes in recent discoveries at Nimrud
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 15.08.1953, 254–257 (Adad-nirari III.)

Treasures and palaces of the Assyrian kings: Ivories and works of art newly discovered in the Nimrud excavations
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 22.08.1953, 296–297

The pyramid tomb of a prince of Palenque: An astonishing discovery in the temple of the inscriptions in Yucatan
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 29.08.1953, 321–323

Excavations at Baiae: Uncovering the world’s first spa and imperial Romes’s most luxurious holiday resort
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 05.09.1953, 346–347

The tombs of the «Seven against Thebes» – an ancient belief explored and exploded; and fifteen hundred years of burials at Eleusis
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 12.09.1953, 402–403

An Etruscan Diana of the first rank: A terrra-cotta masterpiece of the 5th century B.C. restored to knowledge and beauty
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 19.09.1953, 435–436, Suppl. I (Civita Castellana)

A new race of prehistoric men: The Saldanha skull, found with stone and bone tools, and the fossil remains of extinct Soth African animals
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 26.09.1953, 480–483

The Bronze Age tombs of Jericho: Unique Palestinian burials; and miracles of preservation
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 03.10.1953, 520–523

Nearly three thousand years of Egyptian art – exemplified in recent acquisitions of the Brooklyn Museum, New York
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 10.10.1953, 562–563

The holy man of Dark Age Jordan; and the cairn which his kinsmen built and inscribed. A profuesly inscribed monument which throws new light on the little-known Safaite nomads
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 10.10.1953, 562–563

A page for the collectors
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 17.10.1953, 602, Suppl. I (Roman painting)

The earliest direct ancestors of ancient and modern sculpture: A unique discovery – the 7000-year-old plastered skull portraits of Neolithic Jericho
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 17.10.1953, Suppl. IV

Mankind’s earliest walled town: Uncovering the walls and towers of Jericho from Neolithic times to the sack of Joshua
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 17.10.1953, 603–604

An Aphrodite of surpassing beauty for New York: A «sister» ofthe Medici Venus, rescued from obscurity
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 24.10.1953, 667

New statues «of astounding perfection» from Mari: A new and unknown king and a «Mesopotamian Melba» of 4500 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 31.10.1953, 706–708

A Roman «Bikini» unearthed in London
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 07.11.1953, 724

A masterpiece from the sea: A Greek classical bronze of outstanding beauty and the first importance found by Turkish sponge-fishers in the Aegean
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 07.11.1953, 747–749

The discovery of a unique wealth of Mycenaean ivories; and a superb plaque, repeating the composition of the Lion Gate of Mycenae
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 14.11.1953, 791–793

A masterpiece acquired for the Nation
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 21.11.1953, 812 (Samson and the Philistinian by Giambologna)

The domestic life of Mycenae; and new light on the «Tomb of Atreus»
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 21.11.1953, 832–833

Uncovering the oldest palace of Phaistos: New light on the Minoan cultures of Crete
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 12.12.1953, 977–979

«Rough justice» of 2000 years ago: An executed girl preserved in peat
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 19.12.1953, 1015

A unique «Nursing mother» sculpture; and other finds from ancient Megara Hyblaea
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 19.12.1953, 1033–1034

Roman and Mediaeval features of St.Bride’s, the Wren church whose rebuilding is soon to start
Illustrated London News Nr. 223, 26.12.1953, 1063

The newly-found palace of prince Xerxes at Persepolis; and sculptures which the architects rejected
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 02.01.1954, 17–19

Rock-carvings which link Tintagel with Knossos: Bronze-Age mazes discovered in Northern Cornwall
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 09.01.1954, 46–47

Revealing the palace of Homer’s Nestor: Excavations at Pylos, in the Peloponnes
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 16.01.1954, 86–89

Obelisk and temple tombs of imperial Roman date, near Ghirza
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 29.01.1954, 182–185

Excavating a traditional «birthplace of Homer»: Discoveries covering four thousand years at Emporio, in the island of Chios
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 30.01.1954, 159–163

Superb Chinese Buddhist sculptures from the newly revealed cave shrines in North-west China: Unique photographs of seventh-century masterpieces
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 06.02.1954, 186–188

Uncovering the unique funerary boat of Cheops: A progress report on one of the outstanding modern Egyptological discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 12.02.1954, 270–271

Murals and sculptures: Newly revealed Chinese Buddhist treasures from Mai-Chi Shan, «the paradise of woods and springs»
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 13.02.1954, 236–237

Numismatics as the handmaid of Archaeology: Coins as evidence
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 20.02.1954, 280

Unique and splendid treasures of gold and crysal, from the newly-excavated grave circle of Mycenae
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 27.02.1954, 323–325

Pre-Homeric Mycenae: The heroes and princesses of some 3600 years ago revealed in the excavation of a second grave circle
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 06.03.1954, 363–365

A Stonhenge-Mycenae link of 15’000 B.C., now revealed by photography
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 13.03.1954, 408–409

Opening a pyramid, the Addelaide erthquake; and other news
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 20.03.1954, Sakkara

The masterpeices of South American Indian goldsmiths of the centuries before Columbus: Unique exhibits from the great collection of the Bank of Republic in Bogota, Colombia
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 20.03.1954, 456–457

The Romans in Kent: Discovering a unique small lead sarcophagus
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 26.03.1954, 568–569

The largest single-piece ivory carving to be found in the Near East: Richly-carved panels from the bed of the king of Ugarit, 3300 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 27.03.1954, 488–490

A roal pradise of ancient Ceylon – which H.M. the Queen plans to visit: A «Xanadu» of 1500 years ago, revealed beside the Lion Rock of Sigiri
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 03.04.1954, 530–532

A page for the collectors
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 03.04.1954, 538 (Chinese bronzes)

The history of the end o the Bronze Age «written by the very actors»: New and rich discoveries of the archives of Ugarit – diplomatic, economic, royal and bureaucratic
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 10.04.1954, 574–576

On the royal tour route in Ceylon: The lovely ladies and the Lion Staircase of the Great Rock of Singirya
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 24.04.1954, 676–677

A queen’s furniture of 5000 years ago: Reconstruction of the unique treasures from the tomb of Hetep-Heres, Mother of Cheops
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 08.05.1954, 764–765

Excavating the prototype of the pyramids: The discovery of an immense Egyptian tomb of 5000 years ago which may be that of the pharao Ka-a
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 15.05.1954, 803–805

An outstanding archaeological find in London
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 29.05.1954, 900 (Early Renaissance Chist)

The Palaeolithic hunters of Central Africa some 100,00o years ago: Their tools and camp sites recently discovered near Lake Tanganyika
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 29.05.1954, 917–919

Illuminating the reported discovery of two intact funerary boats of Cheops: The great pyramid at Giza, reconstructed to show the splendours of 5000 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 05.06.1954, 956–957

Da Vinci’s «Last Supper» saved: A seven years’ task accomplished
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 12.06.1954, 1005

A unique intact burial 1500 years before Tutankhamen: The Sakkara finds
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 19.06.1954, 1044–1045

The giant animals of Prehistoric Tanganyika; and the hunting-grounds of Chellean man. New discoveries in the Olduvai gorge
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 19.06.1954, 1047–1051

The Prehistoric animal artists of a fertile Sahara: Newly discovered rock carvings from the «Red Desert» of Southern Tripolitania
Illustrated London News Nr. 224, 26.06.1954, 1096–1097

Uncovering the «Tower of Babel»: The Ziggurat at Tschoga-Zanbil
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 03.07.1954, 13–15

The greatest of all scientific practical jokes: The Piltdown Hoax revealed in ful
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 10.07.1954, 51

Touching playthings from children’s tombs of 2300 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 10.07.1954, 63

The true purpose of the mold golden «peytrel»: Europe’s largest piece of prehistoric gold-work re-identified, described and reconstructed on paper
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 17.07.1954, 98–99

The everyday home life of Jericho 3650 years ago – vividly and accurtely reconstructed from marvellously preserved remains
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 24.07.1954, 144–145

The Jurassic seashore – a British coast of 170 million years ago: Ist fantastic denizens and the Dorset woman who first brought their remains to light
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 31.07.1954, 178–180

The fish that swallowed a fish 90’000’000 years ago: A unique fossil
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 07.08.1954, 225

The art world: Modern fashions in Roman mosaics, and museum and sale room news
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 07.08.1954, 229

The worshipp and the whorshippers of the mid Euphrates 4500 years ago: One of the oldest known semitic sacred stones and other new discoveries in the city of Mari
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 14.08.1954, 258–260

Archaeology by aqualung diving: A Roman ship’s anchor recovered
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 21.08.1954, 298

Portrait – and armour – of a Syrian royal general: A superb silver and iron helmet of the time fo the crucifixion
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 27.08.1954, Suppl. III

«Treasures from Peru» in Holland: Rare and unusual work of art. The ancient cultures of Peru: A remarkable exhibition at Utrecht
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 28.08.1954, 334–335

On of the largest cities of antiquity revealed: Recent excavations at Velia, once a wealthy Greek olony in Italy
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 04.09.1954, 365–367

Gold masterpieces of Macedonia and Thessaly: Some splendid treasures from a private collection
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 11.09.1954, 420–421

Giants of the past and present
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 11.09.1954, 430–431

Sir Mortimer Wheeler, «Rome beyond the imperial frontiers»
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 18.09.1954, 454

«A veritable Palaeolithic oratory» in the troglodyte city of Monte Castillo: 20’000-year-old drawings from the newly-discovered «Chimney’s Cave» at Puente Viesgo, Northern Spain
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 18.09.1954, 464–466

A Mithras head discovered in the city of London in a Roman temple – on the eve of destruction by rebuilders
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 25.09.1954, 495–496

A superb collection of (Late Roman) ivories, homeless since the raids of 1941, now exhibited in London
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 02.10.1954, 505–507

London’s unique Mithras Temple; as it was 1800 years ago, when the secret rites of Mithras were practised there by soldiers and merchants of Roman London
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 02.10.1954, 534–535

London’s unique Mithras temple: The amazing Walbrook site described – it’s importance and ist implications
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 09.10.1954, 596

Where the Mithraeum will stand, and some notable finds
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 16.10.1954, 636

The continuity of cave art: Transcripts by the abbé Breuil, doyen of archaeologists
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 16.10.1954, 649

The superb bronze vase of Paestum, from an untouched underground shrine
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 23.10.1954, 682–683

Freya Stark, «Ionia: A quest»
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 23.10.1954, 686

«A Romney of ancient Rome»: An amazing group of portrait wall-paintings discovered in new excavations at Stabiae
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 06.11.1954, 802–803

The finest proto-attic vase and the oldest Greek textile: Unique discoveries from the cemetery of Eleusis
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 13.11.1954, 840–850

«Ancient bronzes from Sardinia»: Potent and little-known sculpture, now on exhibition in London
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 27.11.1954, 957

Archaeology as a by-product of land reclamation: Magnificent Greco-Etruscan remains of 2400 years ago recovered from the mud of Lake Comacchio
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 04.12.1954, 1013–1015

Gold vessels from which Alexander the Great may have drunk: A unique discovery now fully reported in pictures from Bulgaria
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 11.12.1954, 1056–1057

The short-lived splendours of the desert fortress-shrine of Hatra: Noble sculptures of a distintive culture (Part I.)
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 18.12.1954, 1115–1117

The noble sculptures of Hatra – Part II. Her rulers, human and divine. Newly found statuary from Hatra: In stone, copper and ivory
Illustrated London News Nr. 225, 25.12.1954, 1160–1161

The world’soldest carpet, and other fabrics preserved in perpetual ice for 2400 years in the heart of Siberia – discussed and illustrated in full colour
Illustrated London News Nr. 256, 01.01.1955, 26, Suppl. III–IV

Another Mithras temple uncovered: Recent discoveries in Rome
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 08.01.1955, 60–61 (Aventine)

The hub of the panhellenic Isthmian games which Pindar sang: Excavating the temple of Poseidon near Corinth
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 15.01.1955, 92–93

Where Roman «soldiers and farmers too» kept the frontier and amde fertile sttlements in the desert: The fortified farms of Ghirza
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 22.01.1955, 138–142

Sir Leonard Woolley, «Excavating at Ur»
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 05.02.1955, 216

The new treasure of sculptures found in Hadrian’s villa; and statues which may throw light on the Caryatids of the Erechtheum, Athens
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 05.02.1955, 222–223

A Peruvian mummy-cloth, whose weavers must have walked 80 miles while preparing the warp for the loom – laid out to its full length in the American Museum of Natural History
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 05.02.1955, 235

Richard Aldington, «Lawrence of Arabia: A biographical enquiry»
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 12.02.1955, 264

Light on Holland of the Dark Ages: A Frankish cemetery at Rhenen
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 19.02.1955, 322–323

The oldest medical text in man’s recorded history: A Sumerian physician’s prescription book of 4000 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 26.02.1955, 370–371 (Nippur)

«The arts of the T’ang dynasty»: A loan display
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 26.02.1955, 373

Revealed in prisitne splendour and rich patina: Details of the Crater of Vix
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 05.03.1955, Suppl. II–III

Archaeology in the midst of the Terrorists: Excavating an important stone age site in the Malayan Jungles, at Gua Cha, in Kelantan
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 05.03.1955, 405–407

Mosaics of the great palace of the Byzantine emperors: Last finds cheerful Byzantine Mosaics: The camle boys and the wicked mule
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 12.03.1955, 462–463

A page for the collectors. The arts of the T’ang dynasty
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 12.03.1955, 464

A 5000-year-old royal tomb, probably that of Umidu, fifth king of the first dinasty; and the oldest substantially intact funerary boat – latest discoveries at Sakkara
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 19.03.1955, 500–503

The Jutes in Kent: Frankish jewellery from a newly discovered cemetery at Lyminge
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 26.03.1955, 570–571

The beauty of Egyptian art: Fitzwilliam Museum acquisitions from the Sir Robert Greg bequest
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 02.04.1955, 607

«Ancient art in American private collections»: at Harvard. Little-known master works of antiquity – from a loan exhibition
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 09.04.1955, 652–653

Scythian animal burials in Hungary, and recent Hungarian excavations
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 23.04.1955, 745

A magnificent silver and iron helmet – a portrait of a Syrian royal general about the time of the crucifixion: Newly restored and now exhibited on loan at the British Museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 30.04.1955, 769

The Afghanistan of five thousand years ago: Excavating the huge bronze age mound of Mundigak, abandoned three thousand years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 07.05.1955, 832–834

Angels with moustaches, and the cross and the Lotus: Light on the mediaeval christians of Kublai Khan’s China
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 14.05.1955, 878–879

Assyrian and Persian gold and silver: masterpieces from recent discoveries, in the Metropolitan Museum, New York
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 16.05.1955, 699

Noble stone vases and geometric pottery: A season’s finds from Mycenae
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 21.05.1955, 927–929

Light on the earliest Greek culture: Delicate ivories; tablets recording stores; and functional pottery from Mycenae
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 28.05.1955, 969–971

Ancient or modern? The case for and against the St. Albans head’s antiquity: The «Verulamium Faustina» discussed and analysed by archaeological experts
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 11.06.1955, 1062–1063

The last resting-place of Antiochus I., king of Kommagene: The colossal statuary of a fantastic mountain-top burial monuments
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 18.06.1955, 1094–1097

The ascent of a «Tower of Babel»: Uncovering the stair of Tchoga-Zanbil
Illustrated London News Nr. 226, 25.06.1955, 1140–1141

Steps to the probably untouched tomb of a hellenistic King of Kommagene
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 02.07.1955, 24–25

A modern archaeological method: Recording inscriptions in rubber latex; and what is probably the largest «squeeze» yet made in the field
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 09.07.1955, 68–69 (Kommagene)

A page for the collectors
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 09.07.1955, 70 (Mosaics of San Vitale of Ravenna)

Where the maidens of Cyrene sought the aid of Artemis in riual baths: The underground nymphaeum identified and described
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 16.07.1955, 111–113

The tomb of a Talmudic lawgiver believed found at Beth She’arim
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 30.07.1955, 195

A Mesopotamian house of 5000 years ago preserved in a unique terra-cotta model found at Mari; mural paintings, and new light on te city’s Akkadian period
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 06.08.1955, 227–229

Uncovering the largest Viking cemetery in Denmark: Lindholm graves like stone ships; and the finest silver «Anglian Beast» yet found
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 13.08.1955, 267–269

The palace of a Homeric hero: A reconstruction based on the excavations at Pylos, where Telemachus sought Nestor’s advice, when looking for his father, Odysseus
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 27.08.1955, 346–347

A superb example of Opus Anglicanum (English embroidery) of the 14th century: The Butler-Bowdon cope, acquired for the Nation for £33’000
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 27.08.1955, Suppl. III

Where Christ himself may have studied: An essene monastery at Khirbet Qumran
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 03.09.1955, 379–381

A city two thousand years old when Alexander the Great entered it: Gordion – revealed in ist Phrygian and Persian phases
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 17.09.1955, 478–480

Buried 1500 years ago and discovered by chance in 1946. A rich Indian’s hoard of the Gupta dynasty
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 24.09.1955, 524

Constantinople of the Byzantine emperors: What remains and what is known of one of the greatest of worlds capitals
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 01.10.1955, 566–568

A rich find which brings the Roman London vividly to life: Tradesmen’s tools, technical and cosmetic implements from a Walbrook site earlier than the Mithras temple
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 08.10.1955, 614–617

An ancient civilisation recorded in stone: Figures from the Leper King’s terrace at Angkor Thom, Cambodia
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 15.10.1955, 657–660

Once a sacred bird, but now extinct in Egypt: The sacred white ibis
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 29.10.1955, 741

Where 960 Zealots comitted suicide sooner than sumbit to a Roman army of 15,000: The Dead Sea fortress rock of Masada – fortified by the Maccabees and held by Herod – now first surveyed
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 05.11.1955, 784–786

High and record prices for Greek coins
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 05.11.1955, 797

Herod’s fortress-palace of Masada: How the stronghold – the scene of the last stand of the Jewish revolt, 1900 years ago – was fortified, adorned and supplied with water
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 12.11.1955, 836–839

One of the finest pieces of Roman 3rd century sculpture: The Badminton sarcophagus, now in New York
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 19.11.1955, 875

Roman sport and big game hunting in the brilliant third-century mosaics of Sicily
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 26.11.1955, Suppl. I–IV (Piazza Armerina)

Treasures from the grave of a Celtic princess of 2500 years ago: Unique finds from Saarland
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 03.12.1955, 945, 955–957 (Reinheim)

Protecting the marvel of Pisa: The threatened Leaning Tower
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 10.12.1955, 1016–1017

An enigma from the jungles of South-west Costa Rica: Stone spheres which may be astronomical markers
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 17.12.1955, 1054–1055

An Egyptian bestiary of 5000 years ago – from a famous flint knife, now exhibited in the British Museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 17.12.1955, 1061

A Portuguese Roman villa-farm of the 3rd century, rich in mosaics
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 24.12.1955, 1101–1103 (Torre de Palma)

Four thousand years of Chios revealed in the harbour town of Emporio: The final stage of a four-year excavation
Illustrated London News Nr. 227, 31.12.1955, 1144–1145

The discovery of a huge catacomb full of sarcophagi in the necropolis of Beth Shearim
Illustrated London News Nr. 228, 07.01.1956, 20–23

The «cathedral-like» tribal guest houses of southern Iraq: Unique reed-built mudhifs of the sheikhs of the lower Euphrates, which have evolved from Sumerian prototypes
Illustrated London News Nr. 228, 14.01.1956, 54–57

The temple of Nabu, Assyrian god of learning; and the throne-room of king Esarhaddon: Latest discoveries in the great mound of Nimrud
Illustrated London News Nr. 228, 21.01.1956, 97–99

Ivories from the throne-room of king Esarahaddon; and a tale of vengeance revealed in excavations at Nimrud
Illustrated London News Nr. 228, 28.01.1956, 128–131

With echoes of Mazdaism: The church that king Gagik built on an island in Lake Van. The Armenian church of Achthamar, 1000 years old and adorned with fantastic reliefs
Illustrated London News Nr. 228, 11.02.1956, 202–203

Archaeological light on biblical history: Excavating the great Canaanite city of Hazor which Joshua overthrew
Illustrated London News Nr. 228, 14.04.1956, 298–301

New Easter Island discoveries: A new kind of statue; and a ship inscription
Illustrated London News Nr. 228, 21.04.1956, 354–355

The world’s first farming villages: More light on the 6500-year-old village of Jarmo and other communities of the Fertile Crescent
Illustrated London News Nr. 228, 28.04.1956, 410–411

The lunar landscape of Goreme, Central Turkey: Strange rock-cut chapels in natural spires
Illustrated London News Nr. 228, 05.05.1956, 473

The world’s oldest known township: Excavating the Jericho of 7000 years ago, and earlier
Illustrated London News Nr. 228, 12.05.1956, 504–506

A princesse’s empty tomb
Illustrated London News Nr. 228, 12.05.1956, 511 (Neferu Ptah)

The Jericho of Abraham’s time; and the city which Joshua destroyed: Bronze Age levels of the world’s oldest excavated city
Illustrated London News Nr. 228, 19.05.1956, 552–555

A Frankish prince of 1350 years ago, buried with a splendid gilt-bronze helmet: A rich grave discovered in Western Germany
Illustrated London News Nr. 228, 26.05.1956, 601–602, Suppl. IV (Husterknupp)

A rich silver ritual casket from the Walbrook temple of Mithras
Illustrated London News Nr. 228, 26.05.1956, 605

An Egyptian queen’s tomb of 5000 years ago: Her-Neit’s jewels; and her pet dog; and a unique architecturl discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 228, 02.06.1956, 646–648

Mapping two thousand tombs from the air: How aerial photography plays ist part in soving the riddle of the Etruscans
Illustrated London News Nr. 228, 16.06.1956, 736–738

A selection of important exhibits from the 1956 antique dealer’s fair
Illustrated London News Nr. 228, 16.06.1956, 742–743

Laying bare the greatest meeting-place of classical antiquity: The excavations of the Agora of Athens
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 07.07.1956, 20–23

New treasures of the Teheran Museum: Achaemenian gold and later silver
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 21.07.1956, 107

Some interesting Inca discoveries in an area inviting future archaeological exploration: Finds during a geological expedition into Peru
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 04.08.1956, 194–195

«The glorification fo theredeemer»: Rare early 12th-century frescoes in a Gloucester church
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 11.08.1956, 223

Eskimo carving: Striking sculpture by the «Rodins» of the Arctic
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 11.08.1956, 228–229

A page for the collectors
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 11.08.1956, 230 (Egypt – architecture, sculpture, painting in three thousand years)

Where a goddess of love and war was worshipped 4000 years ago: The temple of Inanna uncovered during further excavations at Nippur, the ancient holy city of Sumeria and Babylonia
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 18.08.1956, 266–269

Colonial America’s beginnings revealed in Jamestown excavations
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 25.08.1956, 307

Tchoga-Zanbil’s «Tower of Babel»: The world’s greatest Ziggurat
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 08.09.1956, 387–389

The scene of international athletic meetings 2700 years ago: An enigma solved during excavations of the Isthmian site at Corinth
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 15.09.1956, 430–431

A thousand-year-old garden carved on a giant ivory tusk: An exhibit at the current handicrafts exhibition in London
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 15.09.1956, 439

Outstanding discoveries from the Paestum graves of 2300 years ago: A complete set of parade armour; and scenes of life and death in Lucanian-Greek paintings
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 22.09.1956, 464–465

A page for the collectors
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 22.09.1956, 472 (Chinese bronzes)

Masterpeices of Chinese art: From a notable gift to Oxford University
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 22.09.1956, 473–474

One of the earliest palaces of Minoan Crete: Discoveries in the lowest levels of the Phaistos site
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 29.09.1956, 506–508

A magnificent crater and rich pottery from the Crete of 4000 years ago: New and vivid light on the earliest Palace of Phaistos
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 06.10.1956, 548–550

Jericho – the world’s oldest town: A tower with an interior stair thousands of years older than the pyramids; and other discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 13.10.1956, 611–613

The splendors of Persian’s past: Memorials of Darius and Shapur I
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 20.10.1956, 659

The waters of Gibeon: Hydraulic engineering of 1200 and 700 B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 27.10.1956, 695–697

The grave of a princely child of the Phrygia of 2700 years ago, discovered at Gordion with a technique new to archaeology
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 10.11.1956, 797–799

«King Midas’ kitchen»: and other new discoveries in the Phrygian Gordion of the eighth century B.C.
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 17.11.1956, 857–859

Down to the sea – and beneath its depth
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 24.11.1956, 890

Unique and rich pottery from the earliest Phaistos palace
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 24.11.1956, Suppl. II–III

The scene of an Israelite triumph of 3300 years ago: Biblical Hazor – the second season’s excavations
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 01.12.1956, 951–953

The city that Joshua destroyed when Israel conquered Canaan: The Late and Middle Bonze Age levels of Hazor uncovered
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 08.12.1956, 990–993

Spina discovered – from the air
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 08.12.1956, 998

Four masterpieces: From the new Indian galleries at the Victoria and Albert
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 15.12.1956, 1043

Stewart Perowne, «The life and times of Herod the Great»
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 22.12.1956, 1072

In the sunset splendour of Roman Britain, before the Dark Ages: The Roman villa of Bignor, a great and rich country estate, as it was in the 4th century
Illustrated London News Nr. 229, 29.12.1956, 1114–1115

Classical archaeology in the Crimea: A joint soviet-polish excavation
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 05.01.1957, 28–29 (Mirmeikon)

Where Hercules slew the Hydra: A neolithic sculpture of «classic» beauty; and the relics of some 2500 years from Peloponnesian Lerna
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 12.01.1957, 68–71

Roman and pre-Roman St. Albans: Verulamium excavations which have revealed a great expanse of Roman wall-painting
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 19.01.1957, 106–108

New light on classic Greek military architecture: The great wall of Gela and other discoveries at the ancient Greek colony in Sicily
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 26.01.1957, 153–155

Domestic life in ancient Mycenae: New light on Agamemnon’s capital
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 02.02.1957, 179–181

«One of the major monuments of Europe»: The walls of Constantinople, the sure saveguard of the great world capital for over a thousand years
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 09.02.1957, 220–221

Corsica revealed as the home of the statue-menhir: Megalithic heads which recall the enigma of Easter Island
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 16.02.1957, 249, 269–271

Ancient coins found in Jersey
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 16.02.1957, 275

Magnificent gold ornaments of the kind Columbus saw on his last voyage: Panamanian pectorals and pendants from a remarkable exhibition at Rotterdam
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 23.02.1957, Suppl. II–III

The discovery of a huge imperial frieze, unseen since A.D. 365, at Cyrene; fine Christian mosaics; and the creation of the Libyan kingdom’s antiquities department
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 23.02.1957, 303–305

Bethlehem in Ethiopia: An unknown mediaeval church discvered – entirely concealed in a huge conical bamboo hut near mount Guna
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 09.03.1957, 380–383

A page for the collectors. Sir Alan Barlow’s gift to Oxford and to London
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 09.03.1957, 392

George Ernest Wright, «Biblical Archaeology»
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 23.03.1957, 464

Getting the «inside information» of an unopened tomb: Exploring an Etruscan necropolis without excavation by means of «periscope photography»
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 30.03.1957, 506–507

A magnificent find of Homeric gold and gems from an unplundered tomb at Nestor’s Pylos, including superb inlaid daggers
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 06.04.1957, 540–543

A giant ape of 500’000 years ago: New light on the monster Gigantopithecus of prehistoric China
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 13.04.1957, 582–583

Masterpieces in miniature: Gem-seals / Pottery from tombs of Pylos princes
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 27.04.1957, 690–691

Recording the face of ancient Etruria before modern agricultural methods destroy the traces
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 11.05.1957, 774–775

Ultima Thule as the Roman slave trader might have seen it: The great Shetland broch tower in Clickhimin Loch, as it was in the first century A.D.
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 18.05.1957, 810–813

From the stone age to the broch-builders in distant Shetland: Men of Clickhimin
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 25.05.1957, 850–851

The transistor as t archaeologist’s latest tool: How a new type of resistivity instrument helped in the first excavations of Roman Cunetio
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 01.06.1957, 900–901

A Hebrew mosaic discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 08.06.1957, 958 (Nirim)

2500-year-old ivories from Nimrud
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 15.06.1957, 1000

A Bronze Age sword from the London river
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 22.06.1957, 1022

The giant stelae of the Buelna valley: UniqueCeltic monuments of northern Spain, which confirm the ancient links between Galicia and the British isles
Illustrated London News Nr. 230, 29.06.1957, 1076–1077

The «Tower of Babel» now completely excavated: Work at the Tchoga-Zanbil Ziggurat which has thrown new light on the Elamite worship of Inshushinak, 3500 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 13.07.1957, 76–79

Recently discovered in York: Mediaeval alabaster carvings
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 20.07.1957, Suppl. IV

A gold treasure comparable with the «great treasure» of Troy: A remarkable discovery from a 4500-year-old site on the of Lemnos
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 03.08.1957, 197–199

Recent discoveries in Chinese archaeology: A royal tomb anad a chariot grave of the Shang dynasty excavated near Anyang in Honan province
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 17.08.1957, 261–263

Sheakespeare in the Lebanon: The old vic at the Baalbek festival
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 17.08.1957, 279

Recent discoveries in Chinese archaeology: II – finds of the warring states period near Hui Hsien, in Honan province
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 24.08.1957, 312–313

Excavations and anniversaries
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 07.09.1957, 382 (Verulamium)

A window to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 21.09.1957, 464 (Pella)

From Sin to Saladin: Excavations in Harran’s great mosque, with new light on the Babylonian king Nabonidus and his 104-year-old mother
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 21.09.1957, 466–469

Margaret Wheeler, «A book of archaeology»
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 21.09.1957, 470

A page for the collectors. From the van der Heydt collection in Zurich: Fine Chinese and Indian sculptures
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 28.09.1957, 516–517

Uncovering and restoring the splendours of Hadrian’s imperial villa at Tivoli
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 05.10.1957, 552–553

How the ancient Greeks transported ships over the Isthmus of Corinth: Uncovering the 2550-year-old Diolcos of Periander
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 19.10.1957, 649–651

An immense find of Greek statuary – perhaps by the sculptors of Laocoon
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 26.10.1957, 711 (Sperlonga)

Where the Dead Sea biblical scrolls were weritten and hidden, and where Christ and John the Baptist may have studied: The ruins of Khirbet Qumran from the air, with a detailed description
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 02.11.1957, 752–753

Morgantina identified: A Greek colony of the sixth century B.C. excavated in the interior of Sicily; and a monumental agora revealed
Illustrated London News Nr. 31, 09.11.1957, 788–791

A window to the world. Southern Rhodesia: Cave paintings at Ntsweru
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 16.11.1957, 829

Excavating Roman Godmanchester: A hoard of jewellery discovered; and the history of a Roman bath
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 16.11.1957, 842–843

Nimrud and «Fort Shalmaneser»: The first of thre articles on a year’s work at Nimrud, where the great treasury of outstanding ivory carvings has been uncovered
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 23.11.1957, 869, 872–874

Magnificent and curious ivories – the treasury of «Fort Shalmaneser»: The second of three articles on the year’s work at Nimrud
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 30.11.1957, 934–937

The trasures of «Fort Shalmaneser»: The third series of ivories
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 07.12.1957, 968–970

The richest find of Iffe bronzes since 1938 – made by accident
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 21.12.1957, 1097 (Nigeria)

Siking new finds in the Sperlonga grotto: Ganymede, and a Scylla group
Illustrated London News Nr. 231, 28.12.1957, 1132–1133

The prosperity of Bahrein five thousan years ago: Solving the riddle of the 100’000 burial mounds of the island
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 04.01.1958, 3, 14–16

Excavating a Bahrain citadel of 5000 years ago; and seal links with Ur and Mohenjo-Daro
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 11.01.1958, 54–55

The first light on the Bronze Age religion of western Anatolia: Horned altar shrines from fifteen hundred years of Beycesultan’s history
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 25.01.1958, 146–149

The predecessor of Roman Cirencester discovered: A Belgic capital of the Dobunni excavated at Bagendon
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 01.02.1958, 180–181

Discovered in a Roman villa, now beneath the sea, off Torre Astura, near Anzio: A fine marble statue of a comedian wearing the mask of «The angry old man»
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 01.02.1958, 196–197

Two new statues of Diana of the Ephesians and other discoveries in the ancient city of Ephesus
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 08.02.1958, 209, 221–223

Sold for the record sum of £20’000: A masterpiece of African sculpture, the 16th-century Benin ivory mask
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 15.02.1958, 269

A new Maya city discovered in British Honduras: First excavations at Las Cuevas and an underground necropolis revealed
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 15.02.1958, 274–275

The largest ivory statuettes to be found in Greece; and an early tholos tomb: Discoveries during the latest Knossos excavation
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 22.02.1958, 299–230

Imperial Rome’s most luxurious spa, revealed by aerial and submarine photography: The submarine ruins of Baiae
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 01.03.1958, 342

A thousand years of prehistoric Sardinia: The nuraghe of Barumini and ist village – a recent large-scale excavation
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 08.03.1958, 388–391

The restoration of Stonehenge: A bold Ministery of Works project
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 08.03.1958, 398

On long loan from Spain: A 12th-century apse to be re-erected in New York
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 15.03.1958, 445 (San Baudelio de Berlanga)

The soul of ancient Athens and ist buisiest market-place: Acropolis and Propylaea; and the agora
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 22.03.1958, Suppl. I–III

The underground spring-room of the biblical pool of Gideon discovered; and unexpected light on the «Bordeaux» of ancient Palestine
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 29.03.1958, 505–507

In the path of Alexander the Great: Italian excavations in Swat, northern Pakistan
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 12.04.1958, 603–605

A window to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 19.04.1958, 630 (Via Appia)

The city that Joshua sacke and Solomon rebuilt: The first of two articles on the third season’s excavations at Hazor in Galilee
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 19.04.1958, 633–635

A page for the collectors. Islamic pottery on exhibition
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 26.04.1958, 703

A window to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 03.05.1958, 726 (Sperlonga)

Where the Bible is the archaeologist’s best handbook: Excavating the Hazor of Solomon, Ahab and Pekah – the second of two articles on the third season’s work on this vast site
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 03.05.1958, 730–733

Periscopic sight and photography to the archaeologist’s aid. Technology’s triumph: The first Etruscan painted tomb since 1892
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 10.05.1958, 774–775

The tomb of a king of Phrygia discovered intact: 2700-year-old treasures from the heart of the great tumulus of Gordion
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 17.05.1958, 828–831

Before Mohenjo-Daro: New light onthe beginnings of the Indus valley civilisation, from recent excavations at Kot Diji
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 24.05.1958, 866–867

The temple of Hera rises again: A major work of reconstrucion at Selinunte, in South-West Sicily
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 31.05.1958, 914–915

Haunt of elephant and rhinoceros: The Trafalgar Square of 100’000 years ago – new discoveries
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 14.06.1958, 1011

A window to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 21.06.1958, 1046 (Goreme)

The work of an Egyptian master castle-architect of 3900 years ago revealed in new excavations at Buhen, in the Sudan
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 21.06.1958, 1048–1051

A giant child amon the giant animals of Olduvai? A huge fossil milk molar which suggests that Chellean man in Tanganyika may have been gigantic
Illustrated London News Nr. 232, 28.06.1958, 1103–1105

More giant animals from Olduvai; light on Chellean man’s way of life; and an ivory handaxe of half a million years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 05.07.1958, 41–43

Masterpieces of Japanese painting and sculpture: A notable exhibition at the Victoria and Albert
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 12.07.1958, 65

From the depths of lake Amatitlan: Sme of the hundreds of Maya antiquities recently found by Guatemalan aqualung divers
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 12.07.1958, 70–72

Painted ceilings in Scotland revealed by accident: Some recent discoveries in Fife and Edinburgh
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 19.07.1958, 111–113

The end crowns the work: Setting in place the lintel-stone of the re-erected trilithon, the last major oeration in the Ministry of Work’s restoration of Stonehenge
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 19.07.1958, 119

Alexander the Great’s capital discovered by chance: A first report on the excavations at Pella, near Salonica
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 02.08.1958, 197–199

Masterpieces of Olmec sculpture: «Big heads» and stelai of La Venta
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 09.08.1958, 236–237

H.E.del Medico, «The riddle of the scrolls»
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 16.08.1958, 262

Treasures of Byzantine art from many countries: Highlights of the Edinburgh festival exhibition
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 16.08.1958, 270–272

Hidden from the Viking marauders: The bronzes of St. Ninian’s, Shetland
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 23.08.1958, 300–301

The Stowbridge Ichthyosaur: Photographs of the recent discovery – and a reconstruction drawing of this 130-million-year-old marine reptile
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 30.08.1958, 350–351

Further excavations at the temple of Inanna – goddess of love and war: Results of the sixth season at Nippur, ancient holy city of Sumeria
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 06.09.1958, 386–389

Archaeology behind the «Chinese curtain»: Two outstanding Han dynaty tombs recently excavated in China
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 13.09.1958, 423–425

New light on the Aryan «invasion» of India: Links with the Iran of 1000 B.C. discovered in central India
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 20.09.1958, 478–479 (Navdatoli)

Found in Persian Azerbaijan: A unique Mannaean golden bowl
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 27.09.1958, 509 (Hasanlu)

A new rich and enigmatic culture discovered in Belgian Congo: Uncovering a protohistoric necroplois in Katanga
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 27.09.1958, 516–518

Archaeology without digging: Or how a bottle of water – and 150 transistors – can detect underground features. The proton magnetomieter
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 04.10.1958, 560–561

The «paradise» of Dag Pazari: A newly discovered early Christian mosaic in southern Asia Minor
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 18.10.1958, 644–646

New-found sculptures from the golden agce of Greek art: Artemis reliefs from the temple at Brauron, where Iphigeneia ended her days
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 25.10.1958, 696–697

Memories of the Roman republic and echoes of the battle of lake Regillus: A Tusculan familiy cemetery discovered by accident
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 08.11.1958, 803–805

Archaeological «ugly ducklings»: The strange story of the St.ninian’s treasure, or the bronze which turned out to be silver when cleaned
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 22.11.1958, 892–893

The metamorphoses of an Egyptian tomb: Unexpected discoveries during excavations in the Sudan
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 06.12.1958, 998–999 (Soleb)

Masterpieces in gold from a thousan years: Treasures from Spina and ohter sites in Emilia, recently exhibited at Bologna
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 20.12.1958, 1104–1105

«Truly royal» Persian gold: Some recently found masterpieces
Illustrated London News Nr. 233, 27.12.1958, 1139–1141

A collection of appalling curses – transcribed from the largest cuneiform tablet in the world: The treaty of Esarhaddon with Ramataia the Median, discovered in a Nimrud throne room
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 03.01.1959, 26–28

The mystery of the great minaret: The remarkable and isolated 12th-century tower of Jham discovered in unexplored Afghanistan
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 10.01.1959, 56–58

Where the most splendid Assyrian ivories ever known have been found: The king’s residence in Fort Shalmaneser, Nimrud; and a foretaste of magnificence yet to be published
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 17.01.1959, 99–100, Sup. II–IV

A page for the collectors. News from Kansas City
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 07.02.1959, 222 (Antinous)

Excavating the city which Alexander the Great’s troops besieged for a month: Work on the great mound of Charsada, near Peshawar
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 07.02.1959, 232–235

A window to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 14.02.1959, 251 (Knossos)

Archaeology without digging: First reports of an underwater survey of the coasts and ancient harbours of Sicily
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 21.02.1959, 298–300

Where athletic contests were linked with underground vows and burnt sacrifices of oxen: The shrines of Corinth’s Isthmian games
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 28.02.1959, 342–343

The mosaics at St. Mark’s – a review
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 28.02.1959, 350

Salvaging a Swedish warship – brand-new but 331 years old: The strange story of the Vasa
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 07.03.1959, 396–397

A window to the world. Bermuda: Sea Venture found and identified
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 14.03.1959, 429

The city that Joshua destroyed: Hazor, the last season of excavation. Part I – the lower city
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 21.03.1959, 479–481

Hazor and the idolatrous Israelites: Highlights of the last season. Part II – the mound
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 28.03.1959, 527–529

A unique mother goddess statue; a sistrum; a bull standard; and «booted» bronze tables, from early bronze age Anatolia
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 04.04.1959, 572–573

The treasures of a Ming emperor: From the untouched tomb of Wan-Li
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 11.04.1959, 616–617

Greater than Troy and older: Poliochni, in Lemnos – and the seven towns and seven villages which make up its earliest history
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 18.04.1959, 662–663

A mine of marble statuary: Life-size reliefs discovered after a chance find in the Asia Minor city of Aphrodisias
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 25.04.1959, 712–713

The ape-men tool-makers of a million years ago: South African Australopithecus – his life, habits and skills
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 09.05.1959, 798–801

The mystery of one of the largest blocks of Lapis Lazuli ever discovered; a huge stone which was found in an Inca grave in Peru, 600 miles away from the nearest deposits
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 16.05.1959, Suppl. II

A Phoenician sanctuary in the plain of Sharon: Fertility worship in the Plaestine of 2500–2400 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 16.05.1959, 836–837 (Tell Makmish)

Charm, elegance and sophistication of 2200 years ago: A silver statuette from the Egypt of the Ptolemies
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 16.05.1959, Suppl. III

The ibexes that the Achaemenian kings loved brilliantly portrayed in stone and bronze: Two newly-found masterworks of 2500 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 23.05.1959, 892–893

The capital of the Lydian Croesus: New excavations in Lydian, Roman and Byzantine levels
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 30.05.1959, 924–927

An archaeological miscellany: Spina, Sperlonga, Sunium and Sumer
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 06.06.1959, 975

Temples and a palace of the Elamites: New finds at Tchoga-Zanbil
Illustrated London News Nr. 234, 13.06.1959, 1025–1027

A window to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 15.08.1959, 24 (Tarquinia)

Disovered in a sewer at Piraeus: Remarkable works of art
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 29.08.1959, 130–131

Four-thousand-years-old links between Iran and Central India: New excavations at Navda Toli
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 05.09.1959, 181–183

The astonishing discovery of «nutcracker man»: Dr. and Mrs. Leakey at work at Olduvai
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 12.09.1959, 217–219

A master-work of Egyptian military architecture of 3900 years ago: The great castle of Buhen in the Sudan – new discoveries, including the earliest horse known in Egypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 12.09.1959, 232–233, 249–251

The newly-discovered skull from Olduvai: First photographs of the complete skull
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 19.09.1959, 288–289

Excavations at Verulamium and Nonsuch
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 19.09.1959, 291

The sacred bull of Tchoga Zanbil: Destroyed in 640 B.C. and now repaired
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 26.09.1959, 319

A window to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 03.10.1959, 352–354 (Aghirda Cave, Cyprus, Piraeus bronzes)

An Islamic bestiary in a Christian relic. Animals from the chasuble of St. Thomas
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 03.10.1959, 358

A newly discovered masterpiece of Attic vase-painting: A «sack of Troy», which may derive from a lost mural by Kimon of Kleonai
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 10.10.1959, 398–399

In Manchester: A unique loan exhibition of Romanesque art
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 10.10.1959, 405

The threat of the Aswan high dam to the 4200-year-old Abu Simbel temples, one of the world’s greatest monumental masterpieces
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 24.10.1959, 490–491

«The most impressive monument to Roman purposefulness ... still to be seen»: The Hadrian’s wall, as it was in the first phase of ist development – near Chesters
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 31.10.1959, 548–549

Archaeological finds from a school tuck-shop: Fine Assyrian reliefs
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 07.11.1959, 601

The greatest discovery of Roman gold pieces since the great find at Arras, including unique medallions of the emperor Maxentius
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 14.11.1959, 650–651

Elks in the Sahara: Unique rock drawings from Tibesti, which throw light on the early Saharan climate
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 21.11.1959, 690–691

A window to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 21.11.1959, 695 (Bylany)

The royal treasure of Dorak – afirst and exclusive report of a clandestine excavation which led to the most important discovery since the royal tombs of Ur
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 28.11.1959, 754, Suppl. I–III

Chruches carved from the solid rock – at Lalibela, in Ethiopia
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 05.12.1959, 799–801

A Roman cemetery newly discovered in the Vatican which throws new light on the controversial question of St. Peter’s grave
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 12.12.1959, 848–849

The religion of the earliest Hellenes: Votives from a post-Mycenaean shrine. Excavations at Gortyna, in Crete – Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 235, 26.12.1959, 946–948

Country life in Minoan Crete, stories and shrines in a rich farm-house. Excavations at Gortyna – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 02.01.1960, 16–18

Sicily, Piazza Armerina under «Perspex», How the great mosaics are being protected
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 23.01.1960, 129

Where the golden bowl of Hasanlu was found. Excavations near Lake Urmia which throw new light on the little-known Mannaeans – Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 23.01.1960, 132–134

Assyian Royal Treasures – in ivory and metal – of 2700 years ago. Huge ivories from the King’s bed – Splendid finds from Nimrud
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 30.01.1960, Suppl. II–III

By the «Neave Parkers» of prehistoric Spain. Castellon cave art
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 06.02.1960, 209–211

The golden bowl and the silver amp – treasures with a dramatic history and a rich significance. Excavatins at Hasanlu, near lake Urmia – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 13.02.1960, 250–251

Israel. Important scroll discovery in a hidden cave
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 20.02.1960, 293

In memoriam: Comtess Mountbatten and Sir Leonard Woolley
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 27.02.1960, 341

A new approach to archaeology: The primitive potters of Mukalla. Pots ancient or modern? Types of a craft unchanged for 3000 years
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 12.03.1960, 438–439

Rich treasures of Persian animal art – recently discovered. Gold, silver and bronze: Master works of ancient Iranian artist
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 02.04.1960, 550–551

Antiquities threatened by the high dam: Abu Simbel and Philae
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 09.04.1960, 603

Sudanese and Egyptian monument which the high dam will submerge; and a map
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 09.04.1960, 604

The civilisations in the threatened Nubia. Egyptian, Greek, Christian
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 09.04.1960, 605

«And they found the stone rotated away from the sepulchure»
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 16.04.1960, 653 (Gaziantepe)

The great temples of Abu Simbel, as they still are – but will not be after 1963
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 23.04.1960, 688–691

The first of the Sperlonga shattered statue to be re-assembled
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 23.04.1960, 697

Where a whole mycenaean world awaits the spade: A search for the lost cities of Nestor’s kingdom in south-west Messenia
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 30.04.1960, 740–741

Neanderthal men in the heart-land of human evolution: Discoveries at Shanidar cave, in northern Iraq
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 07.05.1960, 772–775

The Discovery of the Greek theatre of Cyprian Salamis – which may well prove one of the largest ancient theatres ever found
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 21.05.1960, 880–883

The Palace, which Henry VII built and Charles II’s mistress demislished: Nonsuch, revealed in recent excavations
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 28.05.1960, 936–939

Walking on the Appian way, 1789
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 04.06.1960, 975

«Masterworks of Greek art» – from a Basle University exhibition. Greek art at Basle – to mark the University’s Quincentenary
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 18.06.1960, 1076–1077

A Greek inscription found at Troizen
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 18.06.1960, 1085 (Athenian mobilisation order before Salamis)

Nimrud ivories with surprising echoes of Penelope and «St. George»
Illustrated London News Nr. 236, 25.06.1960, 1134–1155

A page for the collectors. A Sung dynasty exhibition
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 02.07.1960, 21

Sardis, capital of the Lydian Croesus: Excavations in the Lydian, Roman and Byzantine levels
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 09.07.1960, 61–63

A mysterious and hitherto unknown troglodyte culture of 5000 years ago: The underground communities of Beersheba – Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 23.07.1960, 144–147

The ivory art of the mysterious troglodytes of the Beersheba of 5000 years ago – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 30.07.1960, 183–185

New light on Minoan dating: Early Minoan tombs at Lebena
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 06.08.1960, 225–227

New discoveries in Lycia: Four early Christian monasteries
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 20.08.1960, 305–307

Alexander the Great’s visiting card
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 27.08.1960, 351–353 (Failaka)

King Solomon’s mines: A new discovery
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 03.09.1960, 383–385 (Wadi Timna)

Wine making in biblical Gibeon: A commercial winery of the 7th–6th century B.C. New finds in the bronze age and biblical cities
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 10.09.1960, 433–435

Where Ethiopian princes were immured: Amba Wahni
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 10.09.1960, 438–439

Michael Grant, «The world of Rome»
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 17.09.1960, 471

Seeking the pre-biblical history of Gibeon: Bronze age tombs which take the story back 1500 years before Joshua
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 24.09.1960, 518–519

A kneeling figure of Anuja: A recently discovered masterwork of the Neolithic Nok culture of northern Nigeria – the most sensitvely modelled yet found
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 01.10.1960, 563

Where the Roman trade of 1700 years ago entered east Anglia: The lost Roman port of Caister, reconstructed with ist wall, shipyard and merchant’s hostel
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 08.10.1960, 608–609

The artistic heritage of a newly-indipendent nation: Nigerian art
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 15.10.1960, 651

Seeking the world’s first farmers in Persian Kurdistan: A full-scale investigation of prehistoric sites near Kermanshah
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 22.10.1960, 695–697

The Etruscans of the Po valley: A reappraisal of their art and influence revealed in a current exhibition at Bologna
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 29.10.1960, 759–761

The Claudian port of Ostia revealed during airport construction work
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 05.11.1960, 801

A splendid memorial to the late Sir Leonard Woolley – a noble dish recalling some of the gold treasures of the royal tombs of Ur
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 12.11.1960, Suppl. III

King Rusa’s candelabrum: The largest Urartian bronze ever found rediscovered – in Hamburg – and restored
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 19.11.1960, 896–897

A city of the Negeb: Excavations in Nabatean, Roman and Byzantie Eboda
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 26.11.1960, 944–947

André Parrot, «Sumer»
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 26.11.1960, 948

Little houses for the dead of 5000 years ago: A group of curious ceramic ossuaries fom Azor in the Tel-Aviv district
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 03.12.1960, 998–1000

Found by accident after 3200 years: A unique gold torque
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 10.12.1960, 1039

Where Mary and Joseph rested on the way to Bethlehem, and a king of Judah built a palace without the city wall: Ramat Rahel – Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 17.12.1960, 1096–1098

A Judaean palace which may be the «several house» of King Uzziah: Excavations at Ramar Rahel – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 24.12.1960, 1140–1142

Greek marbles moved
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 31.12.1960, 1171

Unrolled after 3000 years: The book of the dead of Piundjem
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 31.12.1960, 1171

Eighteenth-century colonial America: Excavations in Wiliamsburg
Illustrated London News Nr. 237, 31.12.1960, 1181–1183

The copper scroll of Qumran: A story of hidden treasure in a Dead Sea scroll
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 07.01.1961, 16–19

A matter of one thousand stamp-seals of 4000 years ago: The amazing potential of a Kuwaiti island tell
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 28.01.1961, 142–143 (Failaka)

Mermaids, the Piltdown skull and other curious or brilliant hoaxes
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 04.02.1961, 175

Newly revealed in imperial Trebizond. 13th-century Byzantine masterpieces
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 04.02.1961, 184–185

By neolithic artists of 7500 years ago – statuettes from Hacilar, unique for quantity, variety, beauty and preservation
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 11.02.1961, 229–231

New light on the Indus valley civilisation: Seals, drains and a dockyard in new excavations at Lothal in India – Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 25.02.1961, 302–304

Etruscan forgeries
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 25.02.1961, 323

New links in the chain of human evolution: Three major new discoveries from the Olduvai gorge, Tanganyika
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 04.03.1961, 346–348

Maturity and decline of the Indus valley civlisation: Religion and industry revealed in excavations at Lothal – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 11.03.1961, 387–389

Archaeological discoveries in Ethiopia: Rock tombs excavated at Yeha, and a castle discoverd at Matara
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 25.03.1961, 502–504

From the Trojan war to the time of Tamerlane: Discoveries on the citadel and in the ancient city of Sardis
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 01.04.1961, 536–538

Important acquisitions by American Museums
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 01.04.1961, 545

Two thousand years of Hacilar – starting from over nine thousand years ago: Excavations in Turkey which throw light on the earliest Anatolia
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 08.04.1961, 588–591

A newly-discovered classic Maya site deep in the rain-forest of northern Gutemala: Splendid stelae from the first exploration of Aguateca
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 22.04.1961, 666–667

A unique Etruscan leopard: and «The queen of Sheba’s seal»?
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 29.04.1961, 717

A window to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 06.05.1961, 789 (Pompeii)

The shrine of a Greek demi-goddess revealed on the coast of Asia Minor: The 2400-year-old temple of Hemithea, near Pazarlik
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 06.05.1961, 750–751

A window to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 13.05.1961, 789 (Vasa ship)

Visited by the queen mother during her brief visit to Sardinia: The great nuraghe and nuraghic village of Barumini seen from the air
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 13.05.1961, 805

A window to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 27.05.1961, 878 (Salamis, Cyprus)

Where political stability brought periodic fertility over four thousand years: Water conservation methods revealed in the archaeological exploration of the Negev – Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 27.05.1961, 880–883

Prosperity and recession in the ancient Negev: Industry, religion and development revealed in the archaeological exploration of the Negev – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 03.06.1961, 934–937

One of the wonders of the ancient world as a subject for a modern miracle: How the great temple of Abu Simbel will be raised – the Italian method
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 10.06.1961, 979–983

The tomb of Hekanefer, «child of the nursery» of Tutankhamun’s court: An American excavation in a Nubian site threatened by the high dam
Illustrated London News Nr. 238, 24.06.1961, 1066–1067

New York’s fragment of Romanesque Spain: A 12th-century Spanish apse, long derelict, transported to the new world tone by stone
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 01.07.1961, 16–17

Archaeology behind the iron curtain: A report of the large-scale Albanian excavations at «the greatest of the Apollonians»
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 01.07.1961, 20–23

The Knossos before Minos: Neolithic houses below the palace court; and a marble figurine of outstanding beauty
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 08.07.1961, 60–61

In land which the waters of the high dam will submerge: Discoveries, from Old Kingdom to Coptic times, at Toshka west
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 15.07.1961, 94–95

Like two stumps of giant’s teeth: The mighty 14th-century palace of Tamerlaine, near Samarkand, U. S. S. R
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 22.07.1961, 128

Disaster and Dark Age in a Maya city: Discoveries at Xuantunich in British Honduras
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 22.07.1961, 130–134

The trefoil temple of Skorba: A newly-discoverd major neolithic templ in Malta – The first stage of excavation
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 12.08.1961, 248–249

The pope at Castel Gandolfo, the summer residence of the papacy
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 19.08.1961, 288–289

Possible light on the Indus valley civilisation: Huge sites in Baluchistan recently discovered and awaiting the spade
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 26.08.1961, 324–327

The earliest settlement at Knossos: New light on the start of human occupation in Crete
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 02.09.1961, 366–367

Stuart Piggot, «The dawn of civilisation»
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 14.10.1961, 619

A Dark Age papal church and imperial Roman sculpture fond near Rome: St. Adrian’s estate at Capracorum
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 14.10.1961, 622–623

Britain’s earliest Roman mosaics discovered in a large Roman building uncovered near Chichester
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 21.10.1961, 670–673

A rediscovered master of sculpture: Giselbertus of Autun
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 28.10.1961, 724–726

Fining Bar Kochba’s despatches: The exciting story of an archaeological expedition among the Dead Sea caves – Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 04.11.1961, 772–775

New archives of the revolt of Bar Kochba: A rich hoard of documents from the Dead Sea cave of Nahal Hever – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 11.11.1961, 820–822

Dead Sea finds of Bar Kochba’s and chalcolithic times: The extraordinary copper treasure from the treasure cave of Nahal Mishmar
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 02.12.1961, 972–974

Ancient systems for making the desert blossom as a rose: Water conservation in Roman Tripolitania
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 16.12.1961, 1058–1061

The trefoil temple at Skorba: New developments in the second season of excavation in Malta
Illustrated London News Nr. 239, 30.12.1961, 1144–1146

Classical and Christian discoveries in the Carian city of Aphrodisias – at the beginning of new excavations
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 13.01.1962, 61–63

Priestly power and peasant corn: Excavations and reconstructions at Tikal, probably the greatest lowland Maya centre – Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 20.01.1962, 103–106

A windows to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 27.01.1962, 130 (bronze crater)

Excavations and splendid finds at Mayan Tika, Guatemala – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 27.01.1962, 135–137

Tutankhamun; Museum acquisitions; royal charter of Colmbus?
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 03.02.1962, 177

Prehistoric ancestors of the weapons which brought England victory and crecy, Poitiers and Agincourt: Neoloithic long-bows of 4500 years ago, found in the Somersetshire peat
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 10.02.1962, 219–221

Sir Arthur Evans vindicated: A remarkable discovery of Late Minoan I B vases from beside the royal road to Knossos
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 17.02.1962, 259–261

A windows to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 24.02.1962, 285 (Giannutri ship wreck)

«The art of the situlas» – bronze vessels which spanned the Alps and throw light on Etruscan origins
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 24.02.1962, 295–297

The Phoenician island city of Motya – first discoveries in a new series of excavations
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 03.03.1962, 328–330

Why Roman London stood where it did: Light on the London bridge from excavations in Southwark
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 10.03.1962, 374–375

From Thutmosis to Augustus: Monuments of Nubia’s long past
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 17.03.1962, Suppl. I–IV

A new Indus valley provincial capital discoverd: Excavations at Kalibangan in northern Rajasthan
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 24.03.1962, 454–457

A page for the collectors
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 24.03.1962, 464 (Chinese art)

Restorations in the desert: Repair work among the monuments of Petra, in Jordan
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 31.03.1962, 502–503

Venice in need of preservation: What time and rising water-level have done to the Forte Sant’Andrea
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 31.03.1962, 505

A new link to the evolution of man: Dr. Leakey’s new discovery in Kenya
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 31.03.1962, 510

Sardis – Lydian, Hellenisitc and Byzantine: Excavations into 2000 years of the city’s history
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 07.04.1962, 542–544

In search for ancient Jerusalem: A first account of the begining of excavations designed to reveal the early history of the site – Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 14.04.1962, 578–580

The holy city from today back to 1800 B.C.:First findings of a planned series of excavations in and around the old city of Jerusalem – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 21.04.1962, 619–621

Rediscovering the 15th-century paintings at Hampton court
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 21.04.1962, 628

The wonderful gold treasure of Marlik: A first report from a newly discovered 1st millennium B.C. mound in northern Iran
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 28.04.1962, 633–664, Suppl.I–III

A window to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 05.05.1962, 698 (Constanta)

Further finds from Marlik: Animal figures and other objects
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 05.05.1962, 699–701

A page for the collectors. Three books on the distant past
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 12.05.1962, 762

A Bronze Age settlement in the Cyclades: Excavations in Ceos -a Greek island linked by legend with king Minos and with Nestor
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 19.05.1962, 801–803

Roman and Viking discoveries in York
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 26.05.1962, 850–851

A «Homeric» burial discovered in a royal tomb of the 7th century B.C.: Excavations at Salamis in Cyprus
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 02.06.1962, 894–896

A 7th–6th millenium township of southern Anatolia, larger than pre-pottery Jericho: First excavations at Catal Huyuk – Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 09.06.1962, 934–936

The earliest frescoes yet found on a man-made wall: Remarkable discoveries in the excavations at Anatolian Catal Huyuk – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 16.06.1962, 976–978

U.S.A. A statue reunited in Brooklyn
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 16.06.1962, 985 (Wesir-Wer)

Dismantling the largest Nubian monument after Abu Simbel: West German progress at the great temle of Kalabsha
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 23.06.1962, 1012–1013

A selection of news from England and Norway
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 23.06.1962, 1018 (ship wreck)

Relics of the Vasa’s tragic voyage: Evidence of seamen of the period
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 30.06.1962, 1047

The threatened monuments of Nubia – a special series of drawings by Alan Sorrell
Illustrated London News Nr. 240, 30.06.1962, Suppl. I–IV

The threatened monuments of Nubia – a special series
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 07.07.1962, 31–33

Egyptian art and life revealed in the current R. A. exhibition
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 07.07.1962, 34

The threatened monuments of Nubia – a special series
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 14.07.1962, 59–61

A Swiss «Mildenhall treasure»: A rich, beautiful and varied collection of silver objects discovered at Kaiaseraugst, near Basel – Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 14.07.1962, 70–71

Splendid Roman silver from the «Swiss Mildenhall» treasure of Kaiseraugst – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 21.07.1962, 94, 98–99

The threatened monuments of Nubia – a special series
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 21.07.1962, 105–107

The threatened monuments of Nubia – a special series
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 28.07.1962, 141–143

Indian sculpture and Caxton deeds. Recent British Museum acquisitions
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 28.07.1962, 144

The threatened monuments of Nubia – a special series
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 04.08.1962, 180–181

Ferocity and serenity in art: Examples of pre-Columbian sculpture from Mexico – recently in Paris
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 04.08.1962, 185

«The oldest wall in Malta»; and new developments in the uncovering of the Neolithic temples at Skorba
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 11.08.1962, 210–211

The threatened monuments of Nubia – a special series
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 18.08.1962, Suppl. II–IV

A still surviving Neolithic craft in northern Nigeria: Methods and porducts of potters’ communities in which all the familiy take part
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 18.08.1962, 251–253

Unusual photographs – No.164: A wine-cellar for fish
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 25.08.1962

Bronze Age finds near Stonhenge
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 01.09.1962, 314

New links between western Asia and the India of 4000 years ago: Excavations in the huge «dust-heap» of Ahad, near Udaipur
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 01.09.1962, 322–325

Royal tomb at Igbo, eastern Nigeria
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 08.09.1962, 358

A bowl and a mouflon: Minor masterpieces of Achaemenian silver
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 08.09.1962, Suppl. IV

The regalia and ritual instruments of a Nigerian priest-knig: The treasure-house of Igbo
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 15.09.1962, 404–407

Two thousan years of Gibeon: Bronze Age tombs and Iron Age walls revealed in continued excavations
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 22.09.1962, 440–443

An excavation by a school archaeological society which has thrown an entirely new light on the history of Roman Scotland: A severan legionary fortress at Carpow, Perthshire
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 29.09.1962, 480–482

A Viking fortress where excavation and reconstruction have revealed the military organisation of Sweyn Forkbeard
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 06.10.1962, 516–517

The first Etruscan township to be excavated: Town-plan and domestic and industrial lay-out revealed in continued excavations at Marzabotto
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 13.10.1962, 556–560

Excavations at Qasr Ibrim: New light on the still enigmatic X-Group peoples
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 20.10.1962, 605–607

A window to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 27.10.1962, 654 (San Giovenale)

Silver pennies of Hey I: Rare coins and evidence of unknown mints from an excavation near Cardiff
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 27.10.1962, 658–659

Taking the history of the Hasanlu area back another five thousand years: Sixth- and fifth-millennium settlements in Solduz valley, Persia
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 03.11.1962, 707–709

A window to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 10.11.1962, 741 (Erstfeld)

Petra, the famous desert city of the Nabateans, archaeologically eamined: The discovery of the earliest buildings – Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 10.11.1962, 746–749

Beautiful Nabatean pottery and lively figurines: Discoveries from the first systematic excavations at Petra – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 17.11.1962, 789–791

The legendary scene of multiple virgin sacrifice: The famous Cenote of Chichen-Itza
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 17.11.1962, Suppl. I–IV

The first great Assyrian military headquarters to be completely revealed: Fort Shalmaneser, Nimrud – Excavations and discoveries – Part 1
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 24.11.1962, 834–837

A window to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 01.12.1962, 876 (Alexandria)

The most spectacular discovery to be made in Fort Shalmaneser: The king’s thone base and its vivid reliefs – Part 2
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 01.12.1962, 879–881

Electronics to the rescue in the search for the lost city of Sybaris: Discoveries by a joint U.S.-Italian expedition – Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 08.12.1962, 928–931

Engineering devices used in the excavation of the lost city of Sybaris: Discoveries by a joint U.S.-Italian expedition – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 15.12.1962, 972

Discoveries which make Kition the most ancient city of Cyprus, and a faience rhyton of unique beauty and interest
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 22.12.1962, 1012–1014

Stalactites as a tool material for the Australopithecines: A misng cultural link between skeletal and stone tool-making, from the Makapansgato stalactitic cavern
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 29.12.1962, 1052–1055

Recent British Museum acquisitions
Illustrated London News Nr. 241, 29.12.1962, 1057 (Phoenician and Egyptian art)

Further findings from the Carian «mine of statuary»: and the discovery of the unique cult statue of Aphrodisias
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 05.01.1963, 20–23

Uncovered by a mechanical excavator: The Celtic gold treasure of Erstfeld in Switzerland – a discovery of the first importance
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 12.01.1963, 48–49

Seyl Aqlat, a pre-pottery Neolithic village near Petra – which fills in the background to earliest Jeicho and Hacilar
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 19.01.1963, 82–84

Catal Huyuk in Anatolia: Excavations which revolutionise the history of the earliest civilisations. Part I – the stone sculptures
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 26.01.1963, 118–121

Catal Huyuk in Anatolia: Excavations which revolutionise the history of the earliest civilisations. Part II – shrines and buildings
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 02.02.1963, 160–164

Catal Huyuk in Anatolia: Excavations which revolutionise the history of the earliest civilisations. Part III – pottery and textiles
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 09.02.1963, 196–198

Masterworks of 8th century Ireland, restred and cleaned at the British Museum: The Tara brooch and Ardagh chalice
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 16.02.1963, 226–227

Charles Clerisseau: An 18th-entury view of the antiquities of Rome
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 16.02.1963, 237

Rare and striking Mithraic frescoes: The newly-discovered Marino Mithraeum, near Rome
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 23.02.1963, 262–263

A munificent gift for the British Museum: The ivory gong from Benin
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 23.02.1963, 271

Archaeology by experiment: «Bronze Age» shields made at Cambridge which establish that leather was for use, bronze for ritual and show
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 02.03.1963, 299–301

Sardis: A season of varied discoveries – some splendid mosaics and a 3rd century A.D. synagogue
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 09.03.1963, 340–344

Where Saul and Jonathan perished: Beth Shean in Israel – the Roman theatre revealed and a Greek statue discovered
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 16.03.1963, 380–383

Clearing the Neolithic temples o Skorba: New light on the earlier people of Malta
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 23.03.1963, 420–423

Yugoslav Mediaeval frescoes in Facsimile: A record of discoveries of an important aspect of Mediaeval art
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 23.03.1963, 430–431

When Cheddar was a Saxon capital: Places wher the Witan met and Norman kings signed charters, revealed in recent excavations
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 30.03.1963, 462–463

Deities and cult figures of the black Kafirs – Pakistani pagans
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 30.03.1963, 468–469

The labours of Hercules, reliefs on an imperial Roman sarcophagus, accidentally discovered near Rome
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 06.04.1963, 500–501 (Via Cassia)

Zacharie Mayani, «The Etruscans begin to speak»
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 13.04.1963, 50

The «perfume factory» of king Josiah; and a Canaanite «high place» of 5000 years ago – recent discoveries at Engedi, by the Dead Sea
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 13.04.1963, 546–547

An artist’s record of the threatened monuments of ancient Egypt – from a fothcoming exhibition of Alan Sorell’s drawings in Nubia
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 13.04.1963, 554–555

The only Asian expedition in threatened Nubia: Work by an Indian mission at Afyeh and Tumas
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 20.04.1963, 579–581

Honor Frost, «Under the Mediterranean»
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 27.04.1963, 619

New excavtions at a Minoan site, neglected for oer fifty years: Discoveries at Palaikastro in eastern Crete
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 27.04.1963, 620–623

For the young archaeologist: An explanatory exhibition in New York
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 11.05.1963, 731–733

Repairs to Duke Humphrey’s library – made possible by the Oxford historic buildings fund, for which a new appeal has now been made
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 18.05.1963, 765–767

The Roman theatre of Petra excavated as a possible setting for a modern commemorative festival
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 25.05.1963, 804–805

A British contribution to the campaign to save the ancient monuments of Nubia: Dismantling the temple of Buhen for transport to Khartoum
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 01.06.1963, 851–853

Animal, mythical and vegetable: A great range of lively mosaics discovered at New Paphos, Cyprus
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 08.06.1963, 884–887

The splendour and luxury of the pharao’s queens
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 15.06.1963, Suppl. I–IV

Excavation under the threat of the high dam: The ancient Egyptian island fortress of Askut in the Sudan, between the second and third cataracts
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 22.06.1963, 964–966

Secrets of Whitehall: Evidence of Roman, Saxon and Mediaeval Westminster revealed during the current rebuilding of the Treasury and Downng Street – Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 29.06.1963, 1004–1007

Important and historical gold and silver on exhibition in Birmingham
Illustrated London News Nr. 242, 29.06.1963, 1011 (Achaemenid art)

The palace of Whitehall and after: Tudor and later discoveries made during the reconstruction of Downing Street and the Treasury – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 06.07.1963, 14–17

Minoan research crosses the Aegean: Recent excavations at Iasos in Caria
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 20.07.1963, 88–91

A Roman well near Rugby
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 20.07.1963, 102

A Prehistoric site in Macedonia
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 20.07.1963, 102 (New Nicomedia)

New discoveries at one of the greatest of Minoan sites: The palace of Phaistos and the tholos tomb of Kamilari – Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 27.07.1963, 134–138

The Dark Ages of Crete: Mycenaean, Geometric and Hellenisitc levels uncovered in recent excavation at Phaistos – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 03.08.1963, 162–165

From the Hebrew patriarchs to Alexander the Great and John Hyrcanus: 1600 years of Shechem and its pillars of the convenant
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 10.08.1963, 204–208

The Mediaeval Arab empire on the coast of Tanganyika: Excavations in the ancient metropolis of Kilwa
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 17.08.1963, 234–237

A ship; relics of the past
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 17.08.1963, 251 (coin hoard)

The probable base for Vespasian’s western campaign during the Claudian invasion of Britain: New discoveries at the New Fishbourne site
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 24.08.1963, 271–273

British Museum acquisitions and news
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 24.08.1963, 281

Perhaps the ancestor of Europe’s earliest Mediaeval school of medicine, Salerno: An ancient medical centre identified at Velia
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 31.08.1963, 306–307

The all-round view: The R. E. periphery camera and some examples of what this ingenious and versatile new apparatus can do
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 31.08.1963, 320–321

The strange stone figures of Ijara: A puzzling find in northern Nigeria
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 07.09.1963, 342–343

Dinosaurs at the Smithsonian: After renovation and re-opening
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 07.09.1963, 356–357

Malta’s earliest temple: The completion of the work on the Neolithic village of Skorba described
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 14.09.1963, 380–383

An unprecedented masterpiece of Mycenaean fayence: The 3300-year-old rhyton from ancient Kition
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 14.09.1963, Suppl. I (Modern Larnaca)

Bronzes of Luristan: Engimatic grave goods of the horse-loving wariiors of the 1st millennium B.C., who may have ben the Kassite rulers of Babylonia
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 14.09.1963, Suppl. II–III

Orpheus with his flute – and Halo: A unique mosaic from Libya
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 14.09.1963, Suppl. IV (Ptolemais)

A Phoenician island city off Sicily: Exploring Motya by land – and under water
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 21.09.1963, 425–427

The most ancient synagogue known from monumental remains: The newly discovered Ostia synagogue in its first and fourth century A.D. phases
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 28.09.1963, 468–471

One of the greatest art thefts in the history of American museums: The giant gold ear-ring stolen from the Boston Museum of Fine Arts
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 05.10.1963, 503

Towards a reconstruction of the inscribed pillar of Xanthos: French discoveries which augment some famous B.M. monuments
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 05.10.1963, 512–513

Opus Anglicanum: English Mediaeval embroideries at the Victoria and Albert
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 12.10.1963, 585

An archaic sanctuary found at Segesta, western Sicily; and graffiti in the almost unknown Elymian language
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 19.10.1963, 632–635

Where Vespasian was proclaimed emperor: Caesarea Maritima on the coast of Israel – a summary of recent excavations. Part I: The crusader and Arab cities
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 26.10.1963, 684–686

The Roman Forum rebuilt – for «The Fall of the Roman Empire»
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 26.10.1963, 701

A window to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 02.11.1963, 725 (Masada)

The palimpsest of Caesarea Maritima: Excavations and reconstructions. Part II: excavations, Herodian and Byzantine
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 02.11.1963, 728–731

A unique discovery: A Chinese apeman jaw, which links the far east with the Australopithecines
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 02.11.1963, 742

«In the olden time on Bredon»: Bronze Age and Roman burials – rescue excavations by the Birmingham Museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 09.11.1963, 772–773

A page for the collectors
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 09.11.1963, 778 (Chinese bronzes)

Archaeology news items from Lebanon, Newfoundland and Russian Armenia
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 16.11.1963, 815

Edward Bacon, «Vanhed Civilisations»
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 23.11.1963, 853

In the tracks of conquerors, rulers, pilgrims, and merchants: First findings of an expedition to map the ancient roads of Anatolia
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 23.11.1963, 859–861

Art from India and Thailand: A remarkable exhibition at Spink’s
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 23.11.1963, 862

Ashdod – Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 30.11.1963

The Philistines in decline: Ashdod Babylonian, Persian, Hellenisitc and Maccabean – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 07.12.1963, 944–946

Pogonotomy and spelaeography: Or shaving and cave frescoes
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 07.12.1963, 955

A window to the world. Archaeology and the art of war
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 14.12.1963, 982 (Persian and Assyrian art)

The grotto of Sperlonga: Sculptures restored and the new museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 14.12.1963, 990–991

Alan Houghton Brodrick, «The abbé Breuil: Prehistorian»
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 21.12.1963, 1027

More treasure from «he mine of statuary»: Excavations at Aphrodisias in Caria in south-west Turkey. Part I: The temple and the odeion
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 21.12.1963, 1028–1031

Aphrodisias – excavations in the Roman and Byzantine city – Part II: Buildings and still more statuary
Illustrated London News Nr. 243, 28.12.1963, 1066–1069

Rock art of the Australian Aborigines in northern New South Wales: A survey of discoveries in the New England district
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 04.01.1964, 14–15

An outstanding discovery of Byzantine frescoes: The rock-cut church of Eski Gumus, central Anatolia
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 11.01.1964, 50–53

Re-drawing the coast line of southern Italy: A survey of shifting sea-levels from Gaeta to Malta, with reference to Paestum
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 18.01.1964, 86–89

A major Roman farm of the Medway valley: Excavations at Eccles, near Aylesford
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 25.01.1964, 122–123

The Venus of Taman: A sister for the Venus of Milo – found beside the Sea of Azov
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 25.01.1964, 129

Earliest of Neolithic cities: The third season of excavations at Anatolian Chatal Huyuk. Part I – shrines and images, of 9000 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 01.02.1964, 158–160

Jacquetta Hawkes, «The world of the past»
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 08.02.1964, 193

Earliest of Neolithic cities: Delving deep into the Neolithic religion of Anatolian Chatal Huyuk. Part II – shrines of the vultures and the veiled goddess
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 08.02.1964, 194–196

A window to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 15.02.1964, 227 (Via Cassia mummy)

Earliest of Neolithic cities: The origins of pottery in Anatolian Chatal Huyuk. Part III – wooden vessels in huiman shapes
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 15.02.1964, 232–234

A page for the collectors. Before and after Mohammed
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 15.02.1964, 242 (Amlach)

A window to the world
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 22.02.1964, 269 (Via Cassia mummy)

Thorkild Hansen, «Arabia Felix»
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 22.02.1964, 271

Earliest of Neolithic cities: Steps towards the personality and nature of the people of Chatal Huyuk. Part IV – burial customs and grave goods
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 22.02.1964, 272–275

A new major Minoan palace discoverd: First excavations at Kato Zakro – Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 29.02.1964, 312–314

A new major Minoan palace discoverd in Crete: Unique and beautiful objects from Kato Zakro – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 07.03.1964, 350–352

Surprising discoveries from the Sardis synagogue: Outstanding Lydian and archaic sculptures – Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 14.03.1964, 388–389

Sardis excavations – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 21.03.1964, 432–434

A page for the collectors. The art of Thailand
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 21.03.1964, 450

Excavating a biblical site in Jordan: Joshua’s and Solomon’s Zarethan identified
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 28.03.1964, 487–490

Excavating the theatre of Caesarea Maritima – and the goddess whom St.Paul hated
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 04.04.1964, 524–526

A European link with Catal Huyuk: Uncovering a 7th millennium settlement in Macedonia. Part I – site and pottery
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 11.04.1964, 564–567 (Nea Nikomedia)

The cutting up of Abu Simbel: How the work – which has now begun – will be carried out, shown in drawings made on the site
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 11.04.1964, 568–569

A European link with Chatal Huyuk: The 7th millennium settlement of Nea Nikomedia in Macedonia. Part II – burials and the shrine
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 18.04.1964, 604–607

A rich display of icons, and other aspects of Byzantine art: A council of Europe exhibition on display in Athens
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 18.04.1964, 614–615

Soviet archaeology: The search for lost Dioscuria in the eastern Black Sea – the city the heavenly twins founded
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 25.04.1964, 644–645

In the dawn of religion: A reconstruction of a funerary rite, nearly nine thousand years ago, at Chatal Huyuk, in Anatolia
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 09.05.1964, 728–729

Where St. Paul «fought with beasts»: Continuing exavations at Ephesus and Roman apartment-houses uncovered. Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 16.05.1964, 766–768

Etruscan art in Florence: A little known field of sculpture
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 16.05.1964, 780–781

Frescoes and statuary, buildings public and private, recently discovered in ancient Ephesus. Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 23.05.1964, 822–825

In the footsteps of Alexander and the land of the Assakenoi: Excavations in faraway Swat, northern Pakistan
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 30.05.1964, 856–858

Viking colonisation in Greenland: Narssaq Farm, one of the earliest settlements
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 06.06.1964, 902–904

The antique dealer’s fair 1964. Pictures, silver and atiquities
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 13.06.1964, 956–957

Northern Rhodesia 1500 years ago: Rich finds from an Iron Age settlement in the Gwembe valley, downstreamfrom the Kariba dam
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 20.06.1964, 988–991

The Roman palace at Fishbourne, near Chichester: Mosaic floors and other discoveries of the third season
Illustrated London News Nr. 244, 27.06.1964, 1025–1027

Bard-e-Nechandeh – an archaic sanctuary of the priests of Ahura-mazda, which recalls Herodotus’ account of Persian religion
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 04.07.1964, 14–15

From the New Kingdom to the Mamelukes: 3500 years of history uncovered at the Nubian fortress of Qasr Ibrim
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 11.07.1964, 50–53

An Egyptian fortress in the «belly of rock»: Further excavations and discoveries in the Sudanese island of Askut
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 18.07.1964, 86–88

Some recently discovered archaic bronzes from the great Peloponnesian site of Olympia
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 25.07.1964, 120–121

Religious images in paintings from ancient Ethiopia
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 25.07.1964, 131

Pushing back the origins of the Kremlin: Recent excavations which have revealed Moscow’s earliest building
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 08.08.1964, 190–192

Birmingham gold; and Halicarnassus sculpture
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 22.08.1964, 261–262

G. A. Williamson, «The world of Josephus»
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 29.08.1964, 293

A necropolis at Salamis: Recent excavations of the ancient capital of Cyprus. Part I
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 29.08.1964, 294–296

The rock-cut tombs of the Cellarka: Further excavations in the necropolis of Salamis, ancient capital of Cyprus – Part II
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 05.09.1964, 332–334

The city of the golden bowl: New excavations at Hasanlu, in Persian Azerbaijan
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 12.09.1964, 372–374

A page for the collectors. Sculptures from India
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 12.09.1964, 382

A famous temple re-examined: Queen Hatshepsut s temple at Deir el Bahari – and a hitherto unknown temple
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 19.09.1964, 413–415

Carved from a single oak trunk: A dug-out canoe of 4000 years ago, from Poole
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 19.09.1964, 425

Stone statues of eastern Nigeria: A new suvey of the great stone monoliths of the Cross River
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 26.09.1964, 462–464

In the footsteps of Cicero and St. Paul: Malta excavations by an Italian expedition
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 03.10.1964, 505–507

The colour, history and achievement of Mexico
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 10.10.1964, Suppl. I

Excavations in Ethiopia: A gold treasure; and light on the origins of the Ethiopian civilisation – from Matara
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 17.10.1964, 601–603

Olympic athletes of 2500 years ago: plus a change
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 17.10.1964, 609

Republic to Tetrarchy: 500 years of Italian art
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 24.10.1964, 648–650

Drawings from a Greek tour: Edward Lear exhibited at Sheffield
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 29.10.1964, 305

Masada: Herod’s fortress-palace and the Zealot’s last stand
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 31.10.1964, 693–697

Michael Grant, «The Birth of Western Civilisation: Greece and Rome»
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 07.11.1964, 730

The oldest burial?
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 07.11.1964, 731 (Sungir)

Masterpieces of Peruvian gold
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 07.11.1964, 737

A new frontier in archaeology: Rock-art in Papua-New Guinea
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 14.11.1964, 775–777

Oriental seals from the palace of Cadmus: Unique discoveries in Boeotian Thebes
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 28.11.1964, 859–861

Ivories and Linear-B from Thebes
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 05.12.1964, 896–897

Statuary in (English) gardens
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 12.12.1964, 946–947

Men and beasts in pottery from Marlik burials
Illustrated London News Nr. 245, 19.12.1964, 1011–1013

The cutting up of Abu Simbel starts
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 02.01.1965, 21

Archaeology in Bulgaria
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 09.01.1965, 26–27

A long forgotten Caravanserai on Marco Polo’s road
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 23.01.1965, 23–25 (Robat Sharaf)

Long lost paintings discovered in vaults of Prague castle
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 30.01.1965, 38–39

New Etruscan texts on gold found at Pyrgi
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 13.02.1965, 22–25

The fire-temples of the magians in N. W. Persia
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 16.02.1965, 23–25

Joseph Alsop, «From the Silent Earth»
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 20.02.1965, 18

«The mine of statuary» in Aphrodisias
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 20.02.1965, 21–23

Odeion and statuary at Aphrodisias
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 27.02.1965, 22–23

Florentine and Sienese paintings
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 27.02.1965, 28–29

The search for Imhotep in Sakkara
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 06.03.1965, 20–23

Tintoretto revelas the impact of Mannerist painting
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 20.03.1965, 22–23

The oldest Sardis begins to emerge in American diggings
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 27.03.1965, 22–23

The first inland Carthaginian city to be found in Sardinia
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 03.04.1965, 19–21 (Mount Sirai)

Mosaics for Ethiopia show crafmanship on a magnificent scale
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 10.04.1965, 20–21

A Bronze Age shrine and unknown script
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 17.04.1965, 34–35 (Deir Alla)

Iron age Jordan village
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 01.05.1965, 27 (Deir Alla)

The greatest museum between Rome and Tokyo
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 08.05.1965, 20–23 (The Israel Museum)

The golden king of the Marlik necropolis
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 08.05.1965, 26–27

Stolen Goya is recovered
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 29.05.1965, 15

Re-opening Mohenjo-Daro excavations
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 29.05.1965, 25–27

Excavations in Euboea
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 05.06.1965, 30–31

Asian settlers in America
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 12.06.1965, 26–27

The lion in Asia exhibition at the British Museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 26.06.1965, 25

From primitives to the High Renaissance
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 26.06.1965, 26–27 (Sotheby’s)

Eternal worshippers at Bard-e-Nechandeh
Illustrated London News Nr. 246, 26.06.1965, 30–31

Nubian art preserved in Poland
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 03.07.1965, 25

Major-General J. F. C. Fuller, «Julius Cesar: Man, Soldier and Tyrant»
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 10.07.1965, 20

Aachen relieves glorious empire of Charlemagne
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 10.07.1965, 22–23

The lost Roman road of Tunis amd Libya
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 10.07.1965, 27–29

New discoveries in Carian Iasos
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 24.07.1965, 29–31

A gallery of Greek portraits
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 31.07.1965, 31

The many tombs of Carian Iasos
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 07.08.1965, 26–27

Expressive shapes of art from ancient Iran
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 07.08.1965, 29

Serenity and stylisation in Chinese sculpture
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 14.08.1965, 24–25

A new home for Bulgaria’s treasures
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 14.08.1965, 30–31

Unique Minoan ivory found near Knossos
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 14.08.1965, 32–33

A witchcraft hoard or a king’s cache from east Nigeria
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 21.08.1965, 24–25

David Talbot Rice, «The Dark Ages»
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 28.08.1965, 30–31

Rumania’s vital role in Christian art
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 04.09.1965, 34–35

Rich mosaics from a Roman villa in Bulgaria
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 04.09.1965, 38–39 (Ivailovgrad)

The mystery of the brochs solved at Clickhimin
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 11.09.1965, 33–35

11th-century Seljuk tombs discovered in western Iran
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 18.09.1965, 38–39 (Kharraqan)

Chan Chan: The world’s biggest mud city restored to splendour
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 09.10.1965, 34–35

Hadrian’s 60-miles fairway
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 23.10.1965, 24–25 (Hadrian’s wall golf)

First congress of Slaw archaeology held in Warsaw
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 23.10.1965, 38–39

A lost city found in northern Peru
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 13.11.1965, 32–33 (Pajaten)

A gold treasure from the realm of Nestor
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 04.12.1965, 32–33

London’s first sight of the Dead Sea scrolls
Illustrated London News Nr. 247, 11.12.1965, 34–35

Fifth dynasty tombs at Sakkara may hold 2000 mummies
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 08.01.1966, 16–17

Manuscripts display marks 150 years of Fitzwilliam Museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 29.01.1966, 20–23

Pre-Columbian splendours in Mexico City’s nearby ruins
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 29.01.1966, 26–27

Nubian frescoes preserved from the Nile waters
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 05.02.1966, 38–39

Professor Mallowan tells the story of Nimrud, ancent military capital of Assyria
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 05.03.1966, 24–27

The first untouched royal burial found in Crete
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 26.03.1966, 32–33 (Arkhanes)

Pottery, furniture, and domestic life in Greece and Rome
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 02.04.1966, 26–27

Rich treasure of a Thracian princess
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 09.04.1966, 24–25 (Vratsa)

Imperial Rome from Egypt to Morocco
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 16.04.1966, 30

Restorer’s skill gives new life to an old masterpiece
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 30.04.1966, 18–19 (Signorelli)

Exploring Umm el Biyara, the Edomite fortress-rock which dominates Petra
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 30.04.1966, 29–31

Stonehenge put through a computer
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 07.05.1966, 27

Swedish golden age and Viking art now in London
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 14.05.1966, 25–27

After Bayeux ...The Hastings embroidery
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 28.05.1966, 24–25

Chatal Huyuk – the world’s oldest city
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 28.05.1966, 26–27

The leopard shrines of Chatal Huyuk
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 04.06.1966, 24–25

Antique dealers show their wares
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 11.06.1966, 22–23

The three ages of biblical Zarethan
Illustrated London News Nr. 249, 02.07.1966, 25–27

The teasing of the great beasts – from Chatal Huyuk
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 11.07.1966, 24–25

Two Mazdean fire temples in the Persian oil fields
Illustrated London News Nr. 249, 16.07.1966, 18–19

X-ray photography casts new light on a Shakespeare portrait
Illustrated London News Nr. 248, 18.07.1966, 31

Brids and Beasts of the Greek coinage
Illustrated London News Nr. 249, 30.07.1966, 24–25

A long-lost memorial to Firdauzi
Illustrated London News Nr. 249, 13.08.1966, 22–23 (Robat Mahi)

Mythera, first Minoan colony
Illustrated London News Nr. 249, 27.08.1966, 28–29

Roman Sardis uncovered
Illustrated London News Nr. 249, 24.09.1966, 22–23

A temple of Thutmosis III in the Deir el Bahari ruins
Illustrated London News Nr. 249, 08.10.1966, 18–19

Soviet treasures come west
Illustrated London News Nr. 249, 22.10.1966, 46–47

A lost city of Seistan
Illustrated London News Nr. 249, 29.10.1966, 20–21 (Dahan i-Ghulaman)

Fire temples of Seistan
Illustrated London News Nr. 249, 05.11.1966, 26–27 (Dahan i-Ghulaman)

300 years of fine art
Illustrated London News Nr. 249, 19.11.1966, 28–29

Roman theatre in Egypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 249, 19.11.1966, 32 (Kom el Dik)

Florence salvages her treasures
Illustrated London News Nr. 249, 26.11.1966, 24–27

The treasures of Mesopotamia. Baghdad’s new museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 249, 03.12.1966, 29–31

Great Moravia’s Dark Age culture
Illustrated London News Nr. 249, 17.12.1966, 29–31

The art of man’s subervience
Illustrated London News Nr. 249, 24.12.1966, 20–21

The Jerusalem of Jesus
Illustrated London News Nr. 249, 24.12.1966, 26–27 (Holyland Hotel)

A Thracian villa uncovered
Illustrated London News Nr. 249, 31.12.1966, 26–27 (Stara Zagora)

Lincoln Cathedral: A treasure house of stone carving
Illustrated London News Nr. 250, 07.01.1967, 16–17

An unreorded church in Ethiopia
Illustrated London News Nr. 250, 14.01.1967, 28–29 (Azbi)

Rock paintings from Rhodesia
Illustrated London News Nr. 250, 21.01.1967, 28–29

The Afghan road into Seistan
Illustrated London News Nr. 250, 11.02.1967, 23–25

Dead Sea sites of «the utter wilderness»
Illustrated London News Nr. 250, 04.03.1967, 27–29

The Celts of Bohemia
Illustrated London News Nr. 250, 18.03.1967, 24–25

The search for Imhotep
Illustrated London News Nr. 250, 25.03.1967, 30–31

Treasures from an Armenian lake
Illustrated London News Nr. 250, 15.04.1967, 27–29 (Sevan)

Gosurun – «the soul of the bull»
Illustrated London News Nr. 250, 22.04.1967, 22–23

Major new Etruscan document
Illustrated London News Nr. 250, 06.05.1967, 24–25 (Santa Marinella)

Digging up the past
Illustrated London News Nr. 250, 13.05.1967, 54–55

Behind the scenes of the British Museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 250, 03.06.1967, 19–21

Nadir Shah’s forbidden fortress
Illustrated London News Nr. 250, 24.06.1967, 22–23 (Kalat i-Nadri)

A 3’000-year-old Persian sanctuary
Illustrated London News Nr. 251, 08.07.1967, 26–27 (Masjid i-Solaiman)

Saqqara: The clues mount up in the quest for Imhotep
Illustrated London News Nr. 251, 29.07.1967, 23–25

Meroe: Lost world on the banks of the Nile
Illustrated London News Nr. 251, 29.07.1967, 29

Saqqara: The evidence of the treasure of Imhotep
Illustrated London News Nr. 251, 05.08.1967, 25–27

Teyma: Arabian seat of the last kings of Babylon
Illustrated London News Nr. 251, 19.08.1967, 26–27

The unveiling of Heraclea
Illustrated London News Nr. 251, 02.09.1967, 23–25

Demeter’s shrine at Heraclea
Illustrated London News Nr. 251, 16.09.1967, 29–31

Rock carvings of Kazakhstan
Illustrated London News Nr. 251, 30.09.1967, 24–25

The Celtic world
Illustrated London News Nr. 251, 30.09.1967, 31

Mexico: Land of variety
Illustrated London News Nr. 251, 14.10.1967

«Classic» excavation in north-east Nigeria
Illustrated London News Nr. 251, 14.10.1967, 42–43

Sutton Hoo revisited
Illustrated London News Nr. 251, 04.11.1967, 26–28

King Nicocreon’s cenotaph
Illustrated London News Nr. 251, 18.11.1967, 29–31

Tombs of warrior kings
Illustrated London News Nr. 251, 02.12.1967, 29–31 (Salamis)

A princely treasure house
Illustrated London News Nr. 251, 16.12.1967, 22–25 (Liechtenstein)

Unique ivories from Cyprus
Illustrated London News Nr. 251, 16.12.1967, 27–29 (Salamis)

Ancient art of Afghanistan
Illustrated London News Nr. 251, 23.12.1967, 15

Lepenski Vir 7’000 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 252, 20.01.1968, 23–25 (Yugoslavia)

Lepenski Vir pottery and sculptures
Illustrated London News Nr. 252, 03.02.1968, 27–29

A textile town – 4’500 years ago?
Illustrated London News Nr. 252, 17.02.1968, 25–27 (Myrtos)

Digging up the roots of Jerusalem
Illustrated London News Nr. 252, 24.02.1968, 39

The women from Orchard city
Illustrated London News Nr. 252, 02.03.1968, 28–29 (Panticapaeum)

A refuge for Chrisitans
Illustrated London News Nr. 252, 16.03.1968, 26–27 (Pella)

Sardis and the sons of Herakles
Illustrated London News Nr. 252, 06.04.1968, 26–28

The great synagogue of Sardis
Illustrated London News Nr. 252, 13.04.1968, 30–31

As our monarchy evolves
Illustrated London News Nr. 252, 04.05.1968, 9 (Prince Chrales as archaeologist)

Irish tomb 4’500 years ago
Illustrated London News Nr. 252, 04.05.1968, 25–27

The climax of Mediaeval art
Illustrated London News Nr. 252, 18.05.1968, 30–31

The lost port of Persia
Illustrated London News Nr. 252, 01.06.1968, 26–27 (Siraf)

The lure of the past
Illustrated London News Nr. 252, 08.06.1968, 32–33

A calendar of 4’000 yars ago?
Illustrated London News Nr. 252, 15.06.1968, 28–29 (rock carvings)

Fishbourne preserved
Illustrated London News Nr. 252, 15.06.1968, 37

Turks in distant Asia
Illustrated London News Nr. 253, 06.07.1968, 34–35

For the Old Testament: New clues?
Illustrated London News Nr. 253, 20.07.1968, 30–31 (Deir Allah)

The parks of Jordan
Illustrated London News Nr. 253, 10.08.1968, 25–27

A city of the Negev
Illustrated London News Nr. 253, 14.09.1968, 32–33 (Kurnub)

The triumph of Abu Simbel
Illustrated London News Nr. 253, 05.10.1968, 28

Archaeology and Carlsberg
Illustrated London News Nr. 253, 05.10.1968, 29

The drowning of Trajan’s road
Illustrated London News Nr. 253, 19.10.1968, 32–33

Cyprus: The mine of treasures
Illustrated London News Nr. 253, 02.11.1968, 23–25

Computers to Akhenaten’s rescue
Illustrated London News Nr. 253, 23.11.1968, 25

The god-doll from Somerset
Illustrated London News Nr. 253, 30.11.1968, 32–33

A hoard of Roman pewter
Illustrated London News Nr. 253, 30.12.1968, 30–31 (Appleford)

The strange idols from Mycenae
Illustrated London News Nr. 254, 04.01.1969, 24–27

Faces from Australia’s past
Illustrated London News Nr. 254, 18.02.1969, 24–26

A town under wate from the Bronze Age
Illustrated London News Nr. 254, 22.02.1969, 22–23 (Pavlopetri)

Portrait of a city’s past
Illustrated London News Nr. 254, 08.03.1969, 23–25 (Dublin)

The truth below
Illustrated London News Nr. 254, 08.03.1969, 26–27 (X-ray)

The past from many angles
Illustrated London News Nr. 254, 22.03.1969, 28–29

New perspectives from Iraq
Illustrated London News Nr. 254, 05.04.1969, 30–31 (Choga Mami)

Goddesses of Choga Mami
Illustrated London News Nr. 254, 19.04.1969, 28–29

The gates of the conqueror
Illustrated London News Nr. 254, 17.05.1969, 26–27 (Mahmud of Ghazni)

The ancient heart of holy Ireland
Illustrated London News Nr. 254, 31.05.1969, 26–27 (Knowth)

Christian Roman Britain
Illustrated London News Nr. 256, 06.06.1969, 35 (Lullingstone)

The ancient heart of holy Ireland
Illustrated London News Nr. 254, 07.06.1969, 24–25 (Knowth)

They smuggle history
Illustrated London News Nr. 254, 14.06.1969, 26–29

Stone Age figures of Yugoslavia
Illustrated London News Nr. 254, 21.06.1969, 28–29

The lonely church of Ani
Illustrated London News Nr. 255, 12.07.1969, 24–25 (Turkey)

Tidy up at the British Museum
Illustrated London News Nr. 255, 16.08.1969, 26–27

Temples of Bekaa
Illustrated London News Nr. 255, 20.08.1969, 26–27 (Lebanon)

New finds from New Paphos II
Illustrated London News Nr. 255, 06.09.1969, 26–27

The House of Augustus – 1
Illustrated London News Nr. 255, 20.09.1969, 24–25

The House of Augustus – 2
Illustrated London News Nr. 255, 04.10.1969, 24–25

Phoenicians in Sicily
Illustrated London News Nr. 255, 18.10.1969, 26–27 (Motya)

New finds from New Paphos
Illustrated London News Nr. 255, 23.10.1969, 28–29

Khatchk’ars in Soviet Armenia
Illustrated London News Nr. 255, 01.11.1969, 26–27

King Solomon’s mines no more
Illustrated London News Nr. 255, 15.11.1969, 32–33

Antique jewellery as an investment
Illustrated London News Nr. 255, 22.11.1969, 18–19

The Egyptian temple of Tinna
Illustrated London News Nr. 255, 29.11.1969, 28–29

A stonghold in Urartu
Illustrated London News Nr. 255, 13.12.1969, 26–27 (Hoshab)

Mycenae’s first temple
Illustrated London News Nr. 255, 27.12.1969, 24–25

Ivories from Mycenae
Illustrated London News Nr. 256, 10.01.1970, 26–27

On the route for Lapis Lazuli – II.
Illustrated London News Nr. 256, 07.02.1970, 24–25 (Shahr-i-Sokhta)

On the route for Lapis Lazuli – I.
Illustrated London News Nr. 256, 24.02.1970, 24–25 (Shahr-i-Sokhta)

An Aegean gold hoard and the court of Egypt
Illustrated London News Nr. 256, 21.03.1970, 23

Salamis. Capital of the kings
Illustrated London News Nr. 256, 04.04.1970, 28–29

Gold from the Ukraine
Illustrated London News Nr. 256, 18.04.1970, 24–25

In the footsteps of Alexander
Illustrated London News Nr. 256, 02.05.1970, 28–29 (Termessos)

Was this the birth-place of the Greeks?
Illustrated London News Nr. 256, 16.05.1970, 28–29 (Marathon)

A Bronze Age city of Central Asia
Illustrated London News Nr. 256, 30.05.1970, 32–33 (Altyn-Tepe)

In search for the Sun god’s gold
Illustrated London News Nr. 256, 06.06.1970, 30–31 (Chibcha gold)

Tyre reveals its ancient splendours
Illustrated London News Nr. 256, 27.06.1970, 23–25

An Anglo-Saxaon bishop’s palace
Illustrated London News Nr. 257, 25.07.1970, 34–35

The Coppergate helmet
Illustrated London News Nr. 270, 00.08.1970, 53

Armenia’s vanishing chruches
Illustrated London News Nr. 257, 08.08.1970, 26–27

The battle that rocked an empire
Illustrated London News Nr. 257, 08.08.1970, 32 (Salamis)

Bronze Age Slovakia
Illustrated London News Nr. 257, 22.08.1970, 26–27

A new source of Peruvian pottery
Illustrated London News Nr. 257, 05.09.1970, 24–25

Bringing the classics to life
Illustrated London News Nr. 257, 26.09.1970, 23 (Book review)

A thousand years of Old Paphos, Part 1
Illustrated London News Nr. 257, 17.10.1970, 32–33

A thousand years of Old Paphos, Part 2
Illustrated London News Nr. 257, 31.10.1970, 26–27

A Greek temple in Armenia
Illustrated London News Nr. 257, 14.11.1970, 23 (Garni)

Return ticket to the Hades
Illustrated London News Nr. 257, 28.11.1970, 22–23 (Mesapotamon)

The rock art of South-east Anatolia
Illustrated London News Nr. 257, 12.12.1970, 30–31

Mapping Chan Chan
Illustrated London News Nr. 257, 26.12.1970, 23–25 (Peru)

Tribal identity in Sinai
Illustrated London News Nr. 270, 00.02.1982, 56–57

Investigating Roman Wroxeter
Illustrated London News Nr. 270, 00.03.1982, 46–48

Further excavations at Wroxeter
Illustrated London News Nr. 270, 00.04.1982, 70–71

Late Bronze Age finds in Scotland
Illustrated London News Nr. 270, 00.05.1982, 69–70 (Loch Tay)

Reindeer trapping in southern Norway
Illustrated London News Nr. 270, 00.06.1982, 70–71

Excavtions in Peru
Illustrated London News Nr. 270, 00.07.1982, 46–47 (Soras valley)

Tracing the Armenians
Illustrated London News Nr. 270, 00.09.1982, 48

The raising of the Mary Rose
Illustrated London News Nr. 270, 00.10.1982, 43–46

Cave discoveries in southern Spain
Illustrated London News Nr. 270, 00.11.1982, 62–63

Tracing the origin of an Italian abbey
Illustrated London News Nr. 270, 00.12.1982, 64 (Farfa)