Editorial Assistants Kathryn Armstrong Peck Kimberly A Berry Julia Gaviria Deborah Griesmer Benjamin Safdie

THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGY, the journal of the Archaeological Institute of America, was founded in 1885; the second series was begun in 1897. Indices have been published for volumes 1-11 (1885-1896), for the second series, volumes 1-10 (1897-1906) and volumes 11-70 (1907-1966). The Journal is indexed in ABS International Guide to Classical Studies, American Humanites Index, Anthropological Literature: An Index to Periodical Articles and Essays, Art Index, Arts & Humanities Citation Index, Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals, Book Review Index, Current Contents, Humanities Index, International Bibliography of Periodical Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences (IBZ), and Wilson Web.

MANUSCRIPTS and all communications for the editors should be addressed to Professor Naomi J. Norman, AJA Editor-in-Chief, Department of Classics, Park Hall, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602-6203, fax 706-542-8503, email [email protected]. The American Journal of Archaeology is devoted to the art and archaeology of ancient Europe and the Mediterranean world, including the Near East and Egypt, from prehistoric to Late Antique times. The attention of contributors is directed to "Editorial Policy, Instructions for Contributors, and Abbreviations," AJA 111 (2007) 3-34. Guidelines for AJA authors can also be found on the AJA Web site (www.ajaonline.org). Contributors are requested to include abstracts summarizing the main points and principal conclusions of their articles. Manuscripts may be submitted electronically via the AJA Web site; hard-copy articles, including photocopies of figures, should be submitted in triplicate and addressed to the Editor-in-Chief; original photographs, drawings, and plans should not be sent unless requested by the editors. In order to facilitate the peer-review process, all submissions should be prepared in such a way as to maintain anonymity of the author. As the official journal of the Archaeological Institute of America, the AJA will not serve for the announcement or initial scholarly presentation of any object in a private or public collection acquired after 30 December 1973, unless its existence was documented before that date or it was legally exported from the country of origin. An exception may be made if, in the view of the Editor-in-Chief, the aim of the publication is to emphasize the loss of archaeological context. Reviews of exhibitions, catalogues, or publications that do not follow these guidelines should state that the exhibition or publication in question includes material without known archaeological findspot.

BOOKS FOR REVIEWshould be sent to incoming AJA Book Review Editors Professors Rebecca Schindler and Pedar Foss, Department of Classical Studies, DePauw University, Greencastle, IN 46135-0037, tel. 765-6584760, fax 765-658-4764, email [email protected]. The following are excluded from review and should not be sent: offprints; reeditions, except those with significant changes; journal volumes, except the first in a new series; monographs of very small size and scope; and books dealing with New World archaeology.

THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGY (ISSN 0002-9114) is published four times a year in January, April, July, and October by the Archaeological Institute of America, located at Boston University, 656 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02215-2006, tel. 617-353-9361, fax 617-353-6550, email [email protected]. Subscriptions to the AJA may be addressed to the Institute headquarters. A subscription request form can also be downloaded from www.ajaonline.org. An annual subscription is $75 (international, $95); the institutional rate is $250 (international, $290). Membership in the AIA, including a subscription to the AJA, is $125 per year. Student membership is $73; proof of full-time student status is required. International subscriptions and memberships must be paid in U.S. dollars, by a check drawn on a bank in the U.S., by money order, or by credit card. Subscriptions are due 30 days prior to issue date. No replacement for nonreceipt of any issue of the AJA will be honored after 90 days (180 days for international subscriptions) from the date of issuance of the fascicle in question. When corresponding about memberships or subscriptions, always give the account number as shown on the mailing label or invoice. A microfilm edition of the AJA, beginning with volume 53 (1949), is issued after the completion of each printed volume. Subscriptions to the microfilm edition, which are available only to subscribers to the printed AJA, should be sent to National Archive Publishing Company, 300 North Zeeb Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48106. For permission to photocopy or reuse portions of the AJA for republication, use in course readers, or for electronic use, please contact Copyright Clearance Center (www.copyright.com). Please see the AJA Web site for back issue ordering information. Back issues from 2002-present are available as nonprintable pdfs on the AJA Web site. Back issues from 1885-2001 are available on JSTOR as printable pdfs to JSTOR subscribers; individuals without authorized full-text access to JSTOR who locate an AJA article through search engines or linking partners may purchase the article with credit card. Exchanged periodicals and correspondence relating to exchanges should be directed to the AIA. Periodicals postage paid at Boston, Massachusetts, and additional mailing offices. Postmaster: send address changes to the American Journal of Archaeology, Archaeological Institute of America, located at Boston University, 656 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02215-2006.

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