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  1. 1. 1 CURRICULUM VITAE Name: C. C. Lamberg-Karlovsky (Clifford Charles) Education: Dartmouth College 1955-1959 University of Pennsylvania 1959-61; 1963-65 Yale University 1961-62 Degrees: Dartmouth College, '59 B.A. University of Pennsylvania, '64 M.A. University of Pennsylvania, '65 Ph.D.(Anthropology) Harvard University, '70 A.M. (Hon.) Russian Academy of Sciences ’02 Dr. Sc. (Hon.) Academic Appointments: 1969/1991 Professor of Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 1969/ Curator of Near Eastern Archaeology, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 1971/ University Associate, Columbia University, New York City. University Seminar on the Archaeology of the Eastern Mediterranean, Southeastern Europe and the Near East. 1977/1991 Director of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University 1991/ Stephen Phillips Professor of Archaeology and Ethnology Previous Academic Appointments: 1964/1965 Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA. 1964/1969 Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.
  2. 2. 2 1964/1969 Assistant Curator of Old world Archaeology, Peabody Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Societies and Memberships: American Academy of Arts and Sciences (Fellow) American Association for the Advancement of Science (Fellow) Fellow of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Great Britain and Ireland: F.S.A. (Fellow, 1975; Secretary for North America 1984-1990). Russian Academy (Honorary Fellow) Foreign Fellow Research center of Ancient Civilizations, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Honorary Member, Russian Association for Classical Studies and Archaeology Corresponding Member, Istituto per L’Afica e L’Oriente, Rome. American Anthropological Association (Fellow) American School of Oriental Research (Trustee, 1968-1970; 1985-1992; Honorary Life Trustee 1992- Beirut Committee, 1970-77) American School of Prehistoric Research (Trustee, 1970-; Director of Prehistoric Research 1974-90; Chairman 1990- ) American Institute of Iranian Studies (Trustee, 1968-1979) Archaeological Institute of America (Fellowship Committee 1974-78) Sigma Xi Honor Society Member American Institute of Archaeology in Pakistan (1982-1988) Honorary Member of Institutes of Archaeology (Denmark, Germany, Czechoslovakia Editorial, Honorary, or Executive Boards of Journals: a. Res, Journal of Anthropology and Aesthetics b. Bulletins of the American School of Prehistoric Research, Peabody Museum, Harvard University c. Archaeology, Ethnology and Anthropology of Eurasia, (Novosibirsk, Russia) d. Ancient Civilizations From Scythia to Siberia. Brill Academic Publishers. Current and Past Academic Activities: (Harvard University) Committee for Educational Policy (1967-1970) Committee on Research Grants (1970-1974) Executive Committee, Peabody Museum (1972-1991) Chairman, Archaeology Section, Department of Anthropology (1972-76) Co-Chairman, Joint University Committe on Archaeology (1973-75) Executive Committee, Middle Eastern Center (1969-1974) (1985-) Professorial Committee, Middle Eastern Center, (1974-78)
  3. 3. 3 Joint Planning Commission: Institute for the Analysis of Archaeological Materials (MIT, Harvard, Boston University, Brandeis, 1974-77) Planning Commission, Reza Shah Kabir University, Iran,(1975-78) Non-resident Tutor, Quincy House (1969-1979) General Education Committee (1975-1978) Member of the Faculty of the Peabody Museum (Governing Board) (1976-1990, 1994- 2004) Member of the Faculty of the Museum of Comparative Zoology (Governing Board) (1978-84) University Museums Council (1977-1991; Chairman, 1980-85) Committee on Research Policy (1975-77) (1980-84) Senior Fellow of Pre-Columbian Studies Board, Dumbarton Oaks (1978-1982) Extension School and Continuing Education, Board Member (1977-1981) (1989 Michael Rockefeller Fellowship Committee, Chairman (1977-1982) Inner Asian and Altaic Studies, Standing Committee (1983 University Committee on Archaeology, Standing Committee (1980-) Director, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, (1977-1991) Standing Committee, South Asian Studies Program (1989-) Standing Committee, Archaeology (1992- ) Standing Committee, Inner Asian and Altaic Studies Program (1994- ) Chair, Archaeology Program (Department of Anthropology) (1994-2004 ) Curatorial Committee, Peabody Museum (2007- ) Consultant: The Architects Collaborative, Cambridge, MA. Anthropological/Archaeological consultant for National Museum of Saudi Arabia, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, (1974-1979). Time-Life, Inc. Emergence of Man Series. Staff of senior consultants, (1974-76) Choice. Archaeological consultant for publishers review journal Joint Archaeological Survey of the Sultanate of Oman (a joint project of the Peabody Museum, Harvard University and the Sultanate of Oman), (1973- 75). For publication, see "Harvard University Archaeological Survey in Oman," by J. H. Humphries (Field Director) in Proceeding of the Seminar for Arabian Studies, Vol. 4, 1974. Also consultant to Dr. A. Williamson, Director General of Antiquities for Muscat and Oman, (1973-75)
  4. 4. 4 Anthropology Curriculum Study Project, Chicago, Ill. Preparation of Archaeological Materials for secondary school education, (1967-69) Educational Explorations Inc., Cambridge, MA (1977-1982) The Comprehensive Archaeological Survey of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Ministry of Education, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, (1976-1979). Centro di Richerche Ligabue, Venice, Italy. Trustee (1979 - USA-USSR Archaeological Exchange Program. Chairman of USA Committee, symposia co-sponsored by Soviet Academy of Sciences and the Social Science Research Council, and International Research and Exchanges Board; Conferences held in November, 9-23, 1981 in Cambridge, MA. In Washington, D.C.; September 3-25, 1983. In Samarkand, Uzbekistan, USSR, April, 1985, in Signaci, Georgia SSR, September 25-October 6, 1989. Listings: Who's Who in America Who's Who in the World Who's Who in Science amnd Engineering International Biography of American Scientists Major Field Research Programs: 1. Directed the archaeological excavations at Tepe Yahya in southeastern Iran from 1966-1975. Major funding came from NSF, the Ford Foundation and private benefactors. The research conducted here resulted in over two dozen articles, and 3 monographs to date. Two additional monographs are in press. 2. Directed 3 seasons of archaeological survey in Saudi Arabia 1977-1979. This represented an initiative of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia which invited a number of archaeological teams to undertake these first surveys of Saudi Arabia. A number of articles were published on these surveys in the journal Atlatl, the major journal for the archaeology of the Arabian peninsula. Field research was funded by Saudi Arabia. 3. In 1976-77 we were invited to undertake the first archaeological survey of the Sultanate of Oman by the government of Oman. This project was funded by the Oman government, NSF, and Harvard University. Results of these pioneering surveys were published in Volume 1, Number 1 of the Journal of Oman Studies. 4. From 1979 to the present I have been directing collaborative research in the former USSR. From 1979 to 1985 I chaired the first Archaeological Research Exchange
  5. 5. 5 Program between these two countries. In 1985 I directed collaborative excavations at Sarazm, Tadjikistan SSR and in 1988 I began a major program of excavation with Dr. Victor Sarianidi at Gonur depe. In 1993 I began a major program of excavating at Anau in Turkmenistan. The research in the former USSR and today in Turkmenistan has been funded by IREX, (The International Research and Exchanges Board, a major source for funding in the former USSR and Eastern Europe,) the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, NSF, Harvard University, and private benefactors. 5. In the Fall of 2009 I initiated an archaeological survey and excavation on the island of Tarut, Saudi Arabia. This is a major archaeological site that has occupation from the middle of the fifth to the first millennium B.C. Director of the Peabody Museum. Harvard Universitv - 1977-1990 As Director of the Peabody Museum the following programs were initiated that effected the research, duration, exhibition, and publication of the ethnographic, archaeological, and biological collections of the Peabody Museum. 1. A major program of renovation was initiated that effected the entire storage facilities housing the collections of the Peabody Museum. From its inception in 1978 to its completion in 1981 over 40% of the museum was renovated at a cost of 5.4 million dollars. Compactor storage facilities, environmental control systems, and security devices were installed throughout the new facility. Additionally, new storage facility was constructed in 1981 to house the majority of the archaeological collections. This facility constructed within a building already owned by Harvard University was turned over to the Peabody and renovated at a cost of 825,000 dollars. Funds for this project were provided by grants from NSF, NEH, private benefactors and the sale of museum paintings. 3. In conjunction with the renovation project at the Peabody Museum a program was developed that initiated the computerization of the Peabody collections. In 1979 two Digital VAX systems were purchased (upgraded to Sun Stations in 1989). The effort initiated at the Peabody Museum, in the late 70's, was among the very first to develop a program of computerizing the anthropological collections of a major museum. With the help of grants from NSF and NEH, and in collaboration with the Field Museum and the Smithsonian, computer programs were designed suitable for anthropological collections. Today tens of thousands of artifacts are recorded on the data base of the museum holdings. 4. The Tozzer Library at the Peabody Museum, one of the largest anthropological libraries in the country, initiated with Peabody funding the journal Anthropological Literature An index to Periodical Articles and Essays. This journal, published quarterly, makes available to all subscribers an index of the library collection at the
  6. 6. 6 Tozzer. In 1983 the Tozzer Library became part of the Harvard University Library system. 5. In 1986 a program was initiated to renovate the largest exhibition area at the Peabody Museum: The Hall of the North American Indian. With a major grant from NEH and funds raised from private benefactors a wholly new exhibition hall in an environmentally secure area was installed and opened in 1989 at a total cost of 1.3 million dollars. 6. Finally, over the course of my 13 year tenure as Director the Peabody Museum increased its capital endowments almost four-fold. In addition to these increased endowments a program of renovation costing in excess of 6 million dollars was successfully completed and funded. Lastly, I was personally responsible for raising the endowment funds for two professorial chairs: The Landon T. Clay Professor of Archaeological Science and the George and Janet MacCurdy Professor of Paleolithic Archaeology both situated within the Peabody Museum and serving in the Department of Anthropology. These Chairs as well as the increased endowments enable the Peabodv to sustain strong programs of research, publication, exhibition, and collections maintenance. Ph.D. Dissertations Supervised: (Principal advisor) Gilman, A. The Late Prehistory of Tangiers, Morocco. (1973) Bankoff, H.A. The End of the Middle Bronze Age in the Banat, Jugoslavia. (1974. Kohl, P.L. Seeds of Upheaval: The Production of Chlorite at Tepe Yahya and an Analysis of Commodity Production and Trade in Southwest Asia in the Mid-third Millenium. (1974) Harrison, R. The Bell Beaker Cultures of Spain and Portugal. (1975) Wells, P. West Central Europe and the Mediterranean World 600-400 B.C. (1976) Beale, T.W. Tepe Yahya: The Early Periods. (1978) Shamlou, G.A. The Figurines of an Early Sixth Millenium VillageFarming Community in the Qazvin Plain within the Central Iranian Platea. (1978)
  7. 7. 7 Potts, D. Tradition and Transformation: Tepe Yahya and the Iranian Plateau during the Third Millenium. (1980) Heskel, D. L. Development of Pyrotechnology in Iran. (1981) Wright, R. Technology, Style and Craft Specialization. (1984) Vandiver, P. Technology of Pottery Production in the Ancient Near East 8000-4000 B.C. (1985: M.I.T.) Prickett, M. Man, Land, and Water: Settlement Distribution and the Development of Irrigation Agriculture in the Upper Rud-i Gushk Drainage, Southeastern Iran, (1985). Meadow, R. The Zooarchaeological Evidence from Tepe Yahya: 5500-2000 B.C. (1986). Edens, C. Excavations on the Island of Khor, Qatar. (1987) Choksy, J.K. Muslims and Zoroastrians in Medieval Iran and Western Inner Asia: Cultural Transition and Religious History (1991). Griswold, M. Imports and Social Status The Role of Long Distance Trade in Predynastic Egyptian State Formation (1992) Mizrachi, Y. Rum el-Hiri Toward an Understanding of a Bronze Age Megalithic Monument (1992) Hiebert, F. Bronze Age Oases Settlements of Central Asia. (1992) Toplyn, M. Meat for Mars: Livestock,Limitanei, and Pastoral Provisioning for the Roman Army on the Arabian Frontier (A,D. 284-551). (1994) Sugarman, M. Late Bronze Age Production and Exchamge in the East Mediterranean (2000) Kansa, E. Egyptian and Levantine Early Bronze Interaction (2001). Eltsov, P. From Harappa to Hastinapura: A Study of the Earliest
  8. 8. 8 South Asian City and Civilization from the Point of View of Archaeology and Ancient Indian Literature. (2004) Wright, J. The Adoption of Pastoralism in Northeast Asia. (2006) Padwa, M. An Archaic Fabric Culture and Landscape in An Early Inner Asian Oasis (3rd -4th Century C.E. Niya) (2007) Papers Presented: * * * Restricted to International Congresses (attended by invitation). 1966 "Protohistoric Considerations: The Origins of Amber."VIIth International Congress of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences, Prague, Czechoslovakia, August 21-27. 1968 "Cairn Burials of Southeastern Iran." Vth International Congress of Iranian Art and Archaeology, Teheran, Iran, April 12-18 1969 "Excavations at Tepe Yahya, southeastern Iran." Third International Congress on Asian Archaeology, Bahrain, March 3-10. 1972a "Five Years at Tepe Yahya: 1967-1971." VIth International Congress of Iranian Art and Archaeology, Oxford, England, September 10-16. 1972b "Mesopotamia, the Indus and the Persian Gulf." Aarhus University, Denmark, December 9-11. 1973 "Urban Interaction on the Iranian Plateau: The Fourth and Third Millenium." Albert Reckitt Archaeological Lecture, The British Academy, November 14. 1975a "The Economic Structure of Sumer." The Legacy of Sumer Exhibition, University of Texas, Austin, Texas, February 26-28. 1975b "The Third Millenium at Tepe Yahya." IVth Annual Symposia on Iranian Archaeology, Teheran, Iran, November 3-8. 1976a "Southeast Iran, the Persian Gulf and Central Asia". Le Plateau Iranien et l'Asie centrale des orgines a la conquete Islamique: leurs relations a la lumiere des documents archaeologiques." CNRS Symposium, Paris, France, March 10-17.
  9. 9. 9 1976b "The Proto-Elamite Settlements of southern Iran and their relations to Mesopotamia." Union Internationale des Sciences Prehistoriques et Protohistoriques IXe Congres, Nice, France, September 13-18th. 1977 "Suse Recontre." Susa, Iran, October 23-28 1978 "The Role of Technology in the Bronze Age of the Iranian Plateau." Agricultural Origins and Technology: East and/or west? Aarhus, Denmark, November 21-25. 1979 "Sumer, Elam, and the Indus: Three Urban Structures Equal One Process?" American Institute of Indian Studies, Srinagar, Kashmir, India, June 21-24. 1980 "Archaeological Research in the Arabian Peninsula." Muscat, Sultanate of Oman, November 12-15. 1981 "Recent Neolithic Developments on the Iranian Plateau." UNESCO Conference on the 'Origins of the Neolithic,' Dushanbe, Tadtikistan, USSR, April 9-22. 1983a "Further Tracks on the Earliest History of the Iranian Plateau." Second Archaeological Exchange, USA-USSR Symposium, Samarkand, USSR, September 4-18. 1983b "Death in Dilmun." Bahrain through the Ages, Manama, Bahrain, December 3-8. 1983c "Structure and Process in the Third Millennium: From the Oxus to the Gulf and the Euphrates to the Indus." Eurasia: One Continent, IsMEO, Rome Italy, December 10-15. 1984a "The Archaeology of the Gulf and Eastern Arabia." National Museum, New Delhi, April 4. 1984b "Third Millenium: The Core and the Periphery." Institute of Archaeology, Jerusalem, Israel, April 26. 1986 "The Bronze Metallurgy of Central Asia" Third Archaeological Symposium USA/USSR. Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C. Sept. 19-27. 1988a "Man's First Use of Fire" Fourth Archaeological USA/USSR Symposium, Signaci, Georgia, SSR. October 1-9
  10. 10. 10 1988b "Archaeology in the USSR" The Jayne Lectures. American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, PA. April 10. 1989 "The Biography of an Objea The 'Inter-Cultural Style' vessels of the Third Millennium" in 'The History from Things Symposia', Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., April 10-15. 1990 "Viewing the Scythians from the Iranian Plateau", Soviet Academy of Sciences, Institute of Archaeology Symposium, Novosibirsk, USSR. 1993 'Overland Trade and Indian Ocean Commerce in the Third Millennium" 'The Indian Ocean in Antiquity' A conference held at the British Museum, April 9- 14 1994 The Beni Saleh Memorial Lectures. University of Beersheva, Israel A series of 5 lectures on 'Third Millennium Exchange or "World Systems" in the Bronze Age Near East?' 1996 Bronze Age Settlements in Central Asia: The Oxus Civilization. Seminars für Orientalische Kunstgeschicte, Bonn. Paris May 17-25. 1998 The Bronze Age and Economic Interaction with Central Asia. The National Musuem, Teheran, Iran November 19. Discontinued listing…..1999 *** Papers delivered at annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Archaeological Institute of America, etc. have not been compiled but are available. Numerous public lectures at invited occasions, or at other universities and institutions, e.g. the Boston Museum; The University Museum, Philadelphia; The Institute of Archaeology, London; The Oriental Institute, Chicago; research institutes in Toronto, Rome, Moscow, are also not included. Where the topics of such talks were of persistent interest they appear on the following pages as published papers. BIBLIOGRAPHY (selected) Articles and Chapters: 1962 Ethnohistory of South China: An Analysis of Han-Chinese Migrations. The Bulletin of the Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, No. 13, pp. 65-68. 1963 Amber and Faience. Antiquity, Vol. 37, No. 148, pp. 301-02.
  11. 11. 11 1964a Concerning Gimbutas' The Indo-Europeans and Archaeological Problems. American Anthropologist, Vol. 66, No. 4, pp. 888-90. 1964b Amber in the Prehistory of Europe. Unpublished Master's thesis, University of Pennsylvania, Department of Anthropology. 1967a Archaeology and Metallurgical Technology in Prehistoric Afghanistan, India and Pakistan. American Anthropologist, Vol. 69, No. 2, pp. 145-62. 1967b Ethnohistory of South China: An Analysis of T'ai Migrations. The Bulletin of the Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, No. 22, pp. 129-141. 1968a The Venedi and Veneti and The Origins of Amber. Sbornik, Warsaw, Poland, Vol. XXVII, pp. 139-147. 1968b The Pottery. In Excavations at Yangema Cave, by Carleton S. Coon, University of Pennsylvania Monographs, Chapter XV. 1968c Selected Aspects of Archaeology 1963-1968. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, Vol. 379, pp. 132-151. (Reprinted as a Bobbs-Merrill reprint in Anthropology). 1968d Preface. In The Early Days of Man, by L. Burrell, McGraw Hill, New York. 1968e Survey and Excavations in the Kerman Area. Iran, Vol. VI, pp. 167-68. 1969a Excavations at Tepe Yahya. Iran, Vol. VII, pp. 184-86. 1969b Further notes on the Khurab Axe-Pick. Iran, Vol. VII, pp. 163-70. 1969c (With Richard Meadow) The Neolithic at Tepe Yahya: A Unique Female Figurine. Archaeology, Vol. 23, No. 1, pp. 12-17. 1969d (With James Humphries) Cairn Burials of Southeastern Iran. East and West, Vol. 18, Nos. 3-4 pp. 269-276. Reprinted in The Memorial Volume Vth International Congress of Iranian Art and Archaeology, Teheran, Iran, pp. 102-11. 1970a Excavations at Tepe Yahya: 1969. Iran, Vol. VIII, pp. 197-99. 1970b Operational Problems in Archaeology. Current Directions in Anthropology (Bulletin of the American Anthropological Association), Vol. 3, No. 3, Pt. 2, pp. 111-114. 1971a The Yahya Project. Iran, Vol. IX pp. 182-183.
  12. 12. 12 1971b Proto-Elamite Account Tablets from Tepe Yahya, Southeastern Iran. Kadmos, Vol. X, No. 1. 1971c The Proto-Elamite Settlement at Tepe Yahya. Iran, Vol. IX, pp. 87-98. 1971d (With Martha Lamberg-Karlovsky) An Early City in Iran. Scientific American Vol. 224, No. 6, pp. 102-111. Selected as a Scientific American reprint, also republished in Cities: Their Origin, Growth and Human Impact, Ed. by Kingsely Davis, Freeman Press; and republished in Biology and Culture in Modern Perspective, Ed. by Joseph G. Jorgense, Freeman Press. 1971e The Early Bronze Age of Iran as seen from Tepe Yahya (with Philip Kohl). Expedition, Vol. 13, Nos. 3-4, pp. 14-22. 1972a Trade Mechanism in Indus-Mesopotamiam Interrelations. Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol. 92, No. 2, pp. 222-229. 1972b Historical Continuity, Stage and Process: The Development of Metallurgical Technology Vestnik Narodniya Muzeja, Vol. VI, Beograd, pp. 349-359. Reprinted in Jubilee Volume of Beograd National Museum, 1973. 1972c Tepe Yahya 1971: Mesopotamia and the Indo-Iranian Borderlands. Iran, Vol. X, pp. 89-101. 1973a Central Asia: A Review. Antiquity, Vol. XLVII, No. 185, pp. 43-47. 1973b (With Maurizio Tosi) Shahr-i Sokhta and Tepe Yahya: Tracks on the Earliest History of the Iranian Plateau. East and West, Vol. 23, Nos. 1-2, pp. 21-53. 1973c New Discoveries in the Persian/Arabian Gulf States and Relations with Artifacts from Countries of the Ancient Near East. (Ed. by Edith Porada) Artibus Asiae, Vol. XXXIII, No. 4. 1973d Civilizations. In The Emergence of Man in Society, Vol.1, Chapters 3-8, CRM Inc. Books, DelMar, California. 1973e Introduction and Senior Consultant for the text of The First Cities, Time-Life Books (Emergence of Man Series). 1974a Civilization Between the Indus and Euphrates. In Archaeology in Retrospect, Ed. by Gordon R. Willey, Winthrop Press. 1974b Tepe Yahya Project. Iran, Vol. XII, pp. 228-31.
  13. 13. 13 1974c Urban Interaction on the Iranian Plateau: Excavations at Tepe Yahya, 1967- 1973. Albert Reckitt Archaeology Lecture, Proceedings of the British Academy, London. 1974d Senior Consultant for the text of The First Metallurgists, Time-Life, Inc. (Emergence of Man Series). 1974e Comments on R. McC. Adams' paper: "Mesopotamian Social Landscape, a View from the Frontier in Reconstructing Complex Societies," Ed. by C.B. Moore. Bulletin of American School of Oriental Research, No. 20. 1975 Third Millennium Modes of Production and Modes of Exchange. In Trade and Ancient Civilizations, Ed. by Jeremy A. Sabloff and C. C. Lamberg-Karlovsky, University of New Mexico Press. (A publication of the advanced seminar of the School of American Research, held at Santa Fe in March 1973 and chaired by the editors of the volume). 1976a Tepe Yahya Project: 1975. Iran, Vol. XIV. 1976b (With M.L. and Eda Vidali) Prehistoric Settlements and their Pattern around Tepe Yahya: A Quantitative Approach. Journal of Near Eastern Studies Vol. 35, No. 4. 1976c The Economic World of Sumer. In The Legacy of Sumer, Ed. by Denise Schmandt-Besserat, Undena Press, Malibu, California. 1977 The Third Millennium of Tappeh Yahya: A Preliminary Statement. Bastan Chenassi va Honar-e Iran, Teheran. 1978a Foreign Relations in the Third Millennium at Tepe Yahya. Centre de la Recherche Scientifique Symposium, Le Plateau Iranien et l'Asie Centrale des Origines a la Conquete Islamlque leurs Relations a la lumiere des documents Archaeologiques, Paris. 1978b The Proto-Elamites on the Iranian Plateau. Antiquity, Vol. LII, pp. 114-120. 1978c Comments on "The Balance of Trade in the Third Millennium" by P. L. Kohl, Current Anthropology. 1979a (With Diana Kamilli) Physico-Chemical Analysis of Selected Ceramics from Tepe Yahya. Archaeometry, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 47-59.
  14. 14. 14 1979b The Rise of Civilization in the Near East. New Views of Ancient Worlds, Franklin Forum Lectures, Atlanta Historical Society. 1980a Excavations at Tepe Yahya and the Proto-Elamite Culture (in Hebrew) Qadmoniot, Vol. XIII, Nos. 1-2 (49-50), pp. 47-56. 1980b (With Dennis Heskel) An Alternative Sequence for the Development of Metallurgy. In The Coming of the Age of Iron, Ed. by Theodore A. Wertime and James D. Muhly, Yale University Press. 1980c The Peabody Returns to Arabia. Symbols, winter 1980, Peabody Museum, Cambridge, MA. 1981 Afterword. In The Bronze Age Civilization of Central Asia, Ed. by P. L. Kohl, M. E. Sharpe, Inc. 1982a Dilmun: Gateway to Immortality. In Journal of Near Eastern Studies, Vol. 41, No. 1, pp. 45-50. 1982b Sumer, Elam and the Indus: Three Urban Processes Equal One Structure, in Harappan Civilization, Ed. by Gregory L. Possehl, Oxford and IBH Publishing Co., New Delhi. 1982c The Peabody Museum Renovation Project. Symbols, Winter 1982. Peabody Museum, Cambridge, MA. 1982d Comments on "Trade and Politics in Proto-Elamite Iran" by J. Alden, Current Anthropology, Vol. 23, No.6, pp.631-633. 1984a An "Idea" or "Pot-Luck" in Archaeological Contributions to the Indus Civilization, Ed. by B.B. Lord and S.P. Gupta (A Memorial Volume for Sir Mortimer Wheeler), D. K. Publishing, New Delhi. 1984b "Current Research in the Near East" American Antiquity, Vol. 49, No. 4 pp. 742-57. 1984c "Hypothezi in Archaeology" (in Russian), Budischei Nauki Moscow pp. 278-83. 1984d ‘Further Tracks on the Earliest History of the Iranian Plateau’ Information Bulletin, International Association for the Study of the Cultures of Central Asia. UNESCO/Moscow. vol. 6, pp. 48-55. 1985a "The Near Eastern 'Breakout' and the Mesopotamian Social Contract" Symbols, Spring.
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