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Research notes

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: In any field, notes made in the course of creative, scholarly, or scientific inquiry.

Found in 698 Collections and/or Records:

Archaeoastronomy and the Unwritten Evidence, by Gerald Hawkins: book notes; also notes on other books, 1909-1977

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Identifier: M020.01.0001.0005
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles about ancient civilization. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.

Archaeologia Mundi: Mesopotamia , book notes, 1909-1977

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Identifier: M020.01.0001.0098
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles about Africa, Mesopotamia, and Asia. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.

'Archaeological Reflections on the Philistine Problem,' by Trude Dothan, from Antiquity and Survival II, 1957. Plus 'Jewel in the Jungle' by Ted Morello in Americas, Vol. 11, n. 9, Sept,1959: notes and photos, 1901-1975

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Identifier: M020.03.0003.0030
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles on cross-world communications, together with information on American archaeological sites. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.

Archaeological Survey of Nubia Bul. I-II: notes, 1909-1977

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Identifier: M020.01.0001.0032
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles about ancient Egypt and surrounding areas. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.

Archaeological Survey of Nubia, Bulletins III-VII 1909: book notes, photos of skulls, 1909-1977

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Identifier: M020.01.0001.0033
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles about ancient Egypt and surrounding areas. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.

Archaeology: correspondence, newspaper clippings, notes, pamphlets, 1901-1975

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Identifier: M020.03.0003.0088
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles on cross-world communications, together with information on American archaeological sites. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.

Archaeology: correspondence,and pamphlet: Plants and the Migration of Pacific Peoples a Symposium by Ed. Jacques Barrau, from10th Pacific Science Congress, 1961, 1901-1975

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Identifier: M020.03.0003.0031
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles on cross-world communications, together with information on American archaeological sites. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.

Archaeology of Hamilton Co. Ohio: book notes, 1943-1972

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Identifier: M020.02.0002.0046
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles on the Americas. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.

Archaeology of the Holy Land, by Katherine M. Kenyon: book notes, 1909-1977

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Identifier: M020.01.0001.0102
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles about Africa, Mesopotamia, and Asia. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.

Archaeology of the Scriptures, B.Y.U. Cyrus Gordon and Alexander von Wuthenan: typed notes, small notebook with notes, newspaper clippings, Life Magazine article from October 16, 1970, 1909-1977

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Identifier: M020.01.0001.0101
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles about Africa, Mesopotamia, and Asia. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.