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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Penn Museum Archives
Creator:
DeVries, Keith, 1937-2006
Creator:
Kohler, Ellen L., 1916-2008
Creator:
Sams, G. Kenneth (Gilbert Kenneth)
Creator:
Young, Rodney S. (Rodney Stuart), 1907-1974
Title:
Gordion Project records
Date [inclusive]:
1947-2008
Call Number:
1163
Extent:
7 Linear feet
Language:
English
Abstract:
The Gordion Project collection documents the University of Pennsylvania survey and excavation of the ancient site of Gordion in central Turkey from 1947 until 2008. Collection series include excavation and conservation records under the authority of project directors Rodney S. Young (1950-1974), Keith R. DeVries (1975-1987) and G. Kenneth Sams (1988-2008) as well as fundraising and publication records during this period. Significant gaps and omissions in documentation occur after about 1990. The textual records are followed by photographs from the excavation site taken mostly between 1950 and 1975. Additional graphic material and field notebooks remain to be added to this collection.
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Biography/History

The Gordion Project records of the University of Pennsylvania document the excavation, study and resulting published research from the site of the ancient city of Gordion in central Turkey from 1947 to the present; however, the bulk of records in this collection ends in about 2004.

Gordion is best known as the ancient capital of the Phrygians, whose legendary King Midas of the ‘golden touch’ probably reigned from 740 to about 690 BC, and had significant cultural and political ties with both Greece and Assyria. A later notable reference to Gordion is the cutting of the Gordian knot by Alexander the Great in 334 BC. The Phrygians themselves migrated into Anatolia probably after 1000 BC from the region around Thrace, and were at least linguistically related to the ancient Greeks. Phrygia is also renowned as the origin of the cult of Cybele, as well as a source of distinctive textiles, musical invention, and later source of slaves for the Roman Empire.

The site of Gordion, about 70 kilometers southwest of Ankara, is the present site known as Yassihöyük (‘flat-topped mound’ in Turkish) beside the Sakarya River. The site has been inhabited since at least 2,500 BC, and occupied later successively by Hittites, Phrygians, Persians, Greeks, Celts (Galatians), Romans, and Turks, but it is the Phrygian period (c.950-330 BC) and especially the Middle Phrygian (c. 800-540 BC) that mostly concerned early excavators until about 1988. The Gordion site was discovered in 1893 and later excavated during one season in 1900 by German archaeologists Alfred and Gustav Körte, but thereafter remained inactive. The Rodney S. Young series of documents begins in 1947 with reconnaissance to locate a suitable site for archaeological excavation by Young and project director John F. Daniel. After Daniel’s death in December of 1948, Young became and remained project director from 1948 through 1974. Young also served as field director of the site during all but three of the 17 seasons that were undertaken in this period. G. Roger Edwards was field director in 1958 and 1962, and Keith R. DeVries in 1974.

The Young excavation focused almost exclusively on the Middle Phrygian period. During this phase the western citadel mound was excavated down to the destruction level. Young also excavated 30 tumulus mound graves, notably among them the ‘Midas’ mound (MMT) and tumulus P, a child’s grave. The ‘Midas’ tomb, which includes the largest wooden structure remaining from antiquity, was excavated in 1957, and arguably ranks as one of the most significant archaeological finds of the 20th Century. The tomb was early recognized to be not that of Midas himself, but another Phrygian royal, probably Midas’ father Gordias, who was buried in about 740 BC. Some excavation was also conducted in outlying areas, but study focused on the citadel and nearby tumuli. Several megarons with mosaic floors, a series of terrace buildings (likely a textile producing complex), and fortification walls were exposed.

After Young’s death in 1974, Keith R. DeVries became project director from 1975 until 1987. This period did not include any new excavation, but conservation and restoration work were conducted on both large structures and found objects. A notable undertaking was the furniture conservation project begun in 1981 and conducted from 1983 to 2000 by Elizabeth Simpson, who restored the wooden furniture and other wooden objects found in the ‘Midas’ tomb and elsewhere. The DeVries period also saw the beginning of publication of the Gordion Excavations Final Reports and Special Studies, as well as fundraising efforts undertaken largely to support this publication.

G. Kenneth Sams became project director in 1988, assisted by field director Mary M. Voigt. New excavations were again undertaken, this time in areas that had little or no attention during the Young period, including Hellenistic and Celtic (Galatian) levels. A regional survey by Lisa Kealhofer studied the surrounding Phrygian countryside. This period also saw the increased use of scientific techniques applied to prior and new discoveries, notably in geomorphology, paleobotany, and dendrochronology. This research was largely responsible for a revision of the stratigraphic sequences resulting in the ‘new chronology,’ which readjusted the destruction level from a date of about 700 BC closer to 800 BC. It should be noted here that because the documentation in this collection is not thorough after about 1990, much of this excavation and research is not reflected in the Sams series of documents. Problems of documentation are discussed in more detail in the scope and contents note of each series.

For further study of both the archaeological history of the site and the history and culture of the Phrygians, an excellent source is the Digital Gordion site of the University of Pennsylvania Museum at http://sites.museum.upenn.edu/gordion A fairly recent survey of the history of the project can be found in Sams, G.K. 2005. “Gordion: Exploration over a Century,” in The Archaeology of Midas and the Phrygians. Recent Work at Gordion, ed. L. Kealhofer, Philadelphia, pp. 10-21.

Scope and Contents

The textual records of the Gordion Project contain correspondence, administrative documents, research, fundraising and publication from 1947 to 2008 under the project directorship of Rodney S. Young (1950-1974), Keith R. DeVries (1975-1987), and G. Kenneth Sams (1988-2008). The records were created on site at Gordion, Turkey, and at the University of Pennsylvania Museum. Documentation is largely from three sources: the Gordion Archives collection, the Keith R. DeVries papers, and the papers of Ellen L. Kohler, who served as registrar at Gordion since 1950, and was subsequently involved in research and the administration of fundraising and publication projects. There are significant gaps and omissions in the record prior to 1974, and especially after 1990. These are further explained in the scope and content note of each series. These series include the directorships of Rodney S. Young, Keith R. DeVries, G. Kenneth Sams, subject series extending over several directorships, fundraising and publications. A photograph series follows which includes documentation of mostly from 1950 to 1975. Field notebooks and additional graphic material remain to be fully processed.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Penn Museum Archives,  2014

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by James R. DeWalt

Use Restrictions

Although many items from the archives are in the public domain, copyright may be retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law. The user is fully responsible for compliance with relevant copyright law.

Processing Information note

The Gordion Project textual records consist of material originally held by the Gordion Archives, as well as recent acquisitions from the papers of Keith R. DeVries and Ellen L. Kohler. Original organization, where apparent, was followed as much as possible. Significant gaps and omissions are discussed in the series notes.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

See also the Keith R. DeVries papers and the Ellen L. Kohler papers.

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Controlled Access Headings

Form/Genre(s)
  • Card catalogs
  • Correspondence
  • Faculty papers
  • Field notes
  • Photographs
Geographic Name(s)
  • Gordion (Extinct city)
Personal Name(s)
  • Brixhe, Claude
  • Daniel, J. F. (John Franklin), 1910-1948
  • DeVries, Keith, 1937-2006
  • Dyson, Robert H., 1927-
  • Edwards, G. Roger, 1914-2009
  • Kohler, Ellen L., 1916-2008
  • Kuniholm, Peter I.
  • Payne, Sebastian, b. 1945
  • Rainey, Froelich, Director of the University Museum
  • Ralph, Elizabeth K., 1911-2000
  • Sams, G. Kenneth (Gilbert Kenneth)
  • Simpson, Elizabeth, b.1947
  • Voigt, Mary M., b.1939
  • Young, Rodney S. (Rodney Stuart), 1907-1974
Subject(s)
  • Antiquities
  • Archaeology--Burials
  • Radiocarbon dating

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Collection Inventory

Rodney S. Young, 1947-1975.

Scope and Contents note

The Rodney S. Young series includes documentation originally held by the Gordion Archives relating to the project from 1947 to 1975, starting with the administration and oversight of John F. Daniel from 1947 until Daniel's death in December 1948, and thereafter under Project Director Young until his death in 1974. Young also served as Field Director, with the exception of the 1958 and 1962 campaigns, directed by G. Roger Edwards, and the 1974 campaign, directed by Keith R. DeVries. A limited research campaign was undertaken in 1968 by G. Kenneth Sams, but there is no documentation. Most of the records pertaining the 1974 campaign are held in the Keith R. DeVries series which follows. When no campaign or a limited campaign was undertaken, there is generally no documentation extant. This includes the years 1952, 1954, 1960, 1964, 1966, 1968, 1970, 1972. Furthermore, documentation between 1969 and 1973 is limited. Files by campaign year are arranged chronologically under correspondence, including both general and administrative, and then by administrative documentation, usually reports and finances. Additional administrative and subject files follow the files listed by campaign year. These files deal with topics such as permits, equipment, and special research topics. Arrangent of both correspondence and administrative records is chronological as in the original Gordion Archives collection. Some subject series (coin hoards, 'Midas' skull, etc.) that extend over several directorships, are placed after the G. Kenneth Sams series that ends in 2008.

Box

Correspondence - Daniel, John F. 1947.

1

Correspondence - Daniel, John F. 1948.

1

Administrative 1948.

1

Correspondence 1949.

1

Administrative 1949.

1

Correspondence 1950.

1

Administrative 1950.

1

Correspondence 1951.

1

Administrative 1951.

1

Correspondence 1952-1953.

1

Collection Loan 1952-1953.

1

Administrative 1953.

1

Correspondence 1955.

1

Administrative 1955.

1

Correspondence 1956.

1

Administrative 1956.

1

Correspondence 1957.

1

Administrative 1957.

1

Correspondence - Edwards, G. Roger 1958.

1

Gordion Exhibition-Correspondence 1958-1959.

1

Gordion Exhibition-Administrative 1958.

1

Correspondence 1959.

2

Correspondence 1961.

2

Correspondence-Edwards, G. Roger 1962.

2

Administrative-Edwards, G. Roger 1962.

2

Correspondence 1963.

2

Correspondence 1964-1965.

2

Correspondence 1967.

2

Administrative 1967.

2

Correspondence 1969-1973.

2

Administrative 1973.

2

Correspondence 1974.

2

Young, Rodney S.-Death 1974-1975.

2

Permits and Applications 1948-1974.

2

Ford Foundation Traineeships 1969, 1973.

2

Accounts 1950-1973.

2

Equipment 1949-1974.

2

Customs and Insurance 1948-1961.

2

Magnetometry Profiles-Ralph, Elizabeth K. 1965.

2

Tumulus MM Model 1965.

2

Architectural Terracottas- Akerstrom, Ake 1953-1969.

2

Inscriptions 1957-1973.

2

Metalwork 1957-1973.

2

Pottery-Johnson, Robert H. 1966-1971.

2

Keith R. DeVries, 1973-1987.

Scope and Contents note

The Keith R. DeVries series consists of documentation originally contained in the Devries papers and includes project records from 1973-1987. During this period DeVries served in 1974 as Field Director of the Gordion Project under Rodney S. Young, and subsequently after Young's death as Project Director from 1975 through 1987. During this phase there was essentially no new excavation at the Gordion site, but research and conservation was undertaken. Although there was officially no campaign in 1984, there was research activity conducted in Turkey. Large-scale fundraising campaigns and publication projects also began after 1974; these project records are held in separate series within this collection. The Keith R. DeVries series represents the most complete documentation within the Gordion Project records. Files are arranged by campaign year. General correspondence is arranged by correspondent, and includes general and scholarly communication with DeVries. Administrative correspondence and applications include communication with Turkish officials and Penn Museum administration, and is arranged chronologically, as are most subject files. Many documents in this section are in Turkish and are not translated. Applications include brief biographical information for all official team members, as well as statements of research intent. Reports and financial records follow correspondence. Subject files of limited time span such as conservation concerns are inserted separately under campaign year. Subject files of ongoing concern that span several directorships, such as furniture conservation, are arranged as separate series after the G. Kenneth Sams series.

Box

General Correspondence 1973.

3

General Correspondence 1974.

3

Administrative Correspondence and Applications 1974.

3

Reports and Finances 1974.

3

General Correspondence 1975.

3

Administrative Correspondence and Applications 1975.

3

Reports 1975.

3

Finances 1975.

3

General Correspondence 1976.

3

Administrative Correspondence and Applications 1976.

3

Finances 1976.

3

Gordion Museum Thefts 1976-1979.

2

General Correspondence 1977.

3

Administrative Correspondence and Applications 1977.

3

Reports 1977.

3

Finances 1977.

3

Dendrochronology-Kuniholm, Peter I. 1977.

3

General Correspondence 1978.

3

Administrative Correspondence and Applications 1978.

3

Reports and Finances 1978.

3

General Correspondence 1979.

3

Administrative Correspondence and Applications 1979.

3

Reports and Finances 1979.

3

Mosaic Conservation 1979.

3

General Correspondence 1980.

4

Administrative Correspondence and Applications 1980.

4

Reports and Finances 1980.

4

General Correspondence 1981.

4

Administrative Correspondence and Applications 1981.

4

Reports and Finances 1981.

4

Conservation Proposals 1981.

4

Radiocarbon Dates-Ralph, Elizabeth K. 1981.

4

General Correspondence 1982.

4

Administrative Correspondence and Applications 1982.

4

Reports and Finances 1982.

4

General Correspondence 1983.

4

Administrative Correspondence and Applications 1983.

4

Reports and Finances 1983.

4

Zooarchaeology-Payne, Sebastian 1983-1984.

4

Conservation-'Midas' Tomb and Structures 1983, 1985.

5

Conservation-Bronze Objects 1983-1985.

4

General Correspondence 1984.

4

Administrative Correspondence and Applications 1984.

4

Reports and Finances 1984.

4

General Correspondence 1985.

5

Administrative Correspondence and Applications 1985.

5

Reports and Finances 1985.

5

UNESCO World Heritage Site 1985.

5

General Correspondence 1986.

5

Administrative Correspondence and Applications 1986.

5

Reports and Finances 1986.

5

Ostrich Egg Shell 1986.

5

Conservation-Large Structures 1986-1987.

5

General Correspondence 1987.

5

Administrative Correspondence and Applications 1987.

5

Reports 1987.

5

Finances 1987.

5

Correspondence-Undated.

5

G. Kenneth Sams, 1988-2008.

Scope and Contents note

The G. Kenneth Sams series includes Gordion Project records under the directorship of Sams from 1988 until 2008. During this period, Sams served as Project Director until 2006 when he was joined by Co-director C. Brian Rose, although there are no Rose documents in this series or collection. During this period the Director of Excavations at the Gordion site, which recommenced in 1988, was Mary M. Voigt, although her title and responsibilities vary, and excavation oversight after 1997 is uncertain from these records. The documents in this series have been gathered almost exclusively from the papers of former director Keith R. DeVries. Significant gaps and omissions in the record occur throughout, especially after 1990. General correspondence, filed by correspondent, is poor. Reports are probably sufficient to reconstruct a general history of the project. Some subjects, sych as Gordion furniture reconstruction (1981-2000) and the new chronology (1999-2006), are filed in separate series following this one.

Box

General Correspondence 1988-1989.

5

Administrative Correspondence and Applications 1988.

5

Reports 1988.

5

Administrative Correspondence and Applications 1989.

5

Reports 1989.

5

General Correspondence 1990-1994.

6

Administrative Correspondence and Applications 1990.

6

Reports 1990.

6

Administrative Correspondence and Applications 1992.

6

AIA Colloquium: "New Views of Ancient Gordion" 1992.

6

Reports 1993.

6

General Correspondence 1995-1999.

6

DeVries/Brixhe Correspondence 1995-2003.

6

Report: "Fieldwork at Gordion: 1993-1995" 1995.

6

Reports 1996.

6

Reports 1997-1998.

6

Conservation-'Midas' Tomb and Tumulus 1999.

6

General Correspondence 2000-2005.

6

Reports 2001.

6

Conservation-'Midas' Tomb and Tumulus 2001-2002.

6

Reports 2002.

6

Reports 2003-2004.

6

Reports-"Report on a New Inscription..." 2008.

6

Coin Hoards, 1950-1999.

Scope and Contents note

Series contains correspondence, inventories and desrciptions of several coin hoards forund at Gordion beginning in 1950. Coins are mostly Hellenistic and later. Much of the early research was conducted by Dorothy Hannah Cox. An inventory by Kenneth W. Harl in 1998-1999 describes coins found between 1950-1973 and held in the Ankara Museum.

Box

Correspondence 1950-1970.

7

Catalogues 1950-1963.

7

Inventory-Harl, Kenneth W. 1998-1999.

7

Index Cards (n.d.).

7

Photographs and Drawings (n.d.).

7

Skeletons and Burials, 1955-1998.

Scope and Contents note

Series contains correspondence, research notes, inventories and drawings of skeletal remains and burials from 1954 to 1989. Much of the research was conducted by Drs. Muzaffer Senurek and Berna Alpagut, Division of Palaeoanthropology at the University of Ankara. The series also includes correspondence, reports, photographs and newspaper clippings concerning the study and reconstruction of the 'Midas' skull undertaken by Dr. A.J.N.W. Prag, Keeper of Archaeology at the Manchester Museum (U.K.) in 1988.

Box

Correspondence 1954-1998.

7

Inventories and Plans 1950-1984.

7

'Midas' Skull and Skeleton 1977-1989.

7

Horse Trappings/Tumulus P Quadriga, 1962-1993 (Bulk, 1962-1982) .

Scope and Contents note

This short series concerns study undertaken mostly by Dr. Ellen L. Kohler into the condition of horse trappings in use in Phrygia at the time of the construction of Tumulus P, a child's burial, which contained a small toy quadriga. Much of the correspondence is with a Mrs. V.S. Littauer, Hillside Farm, Long Island (N.Y.) Research from this study was included in the first of the Gordion publications, The Great Early Tumuli (1981). Original drawings, probably by Dr. Kohler, included.

Box

Correspondence and Drawings 1965-1982, 1993.

7

Plant Remains, 1974-2003.

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and reports of analysis of plant remains taken from Gordion 1974 through 1994. Research conducted by Gordan Hillman (1974-1987), Department of Plant Science, University of Cardiff (U.K.), Mark Nesbitt (1989), British Institute of Archaeology, Ankara, reports by Naomi Miller and John M. Marston, both of the University of Pennsylvania. This series does not include analysis of botanical samples after 1999 as part of the Gordion chronology revision.

Box

Correspondence 1974-1989.

7

Report 1989.

7

Report 2003.

7

Furniture Conservation, 1981-2000.

Scope and Contents note

Series includes correspondence and reports of the Gordion furniture conservation project from 1982 to 2000. The objects concerned are limited to wooden furniture found chiefly in the 'Midas' tomb, especially the 'pagoda' table, but also include objects from other tumuli. Early research was conducted by wood conservationist Robert Payton, British Institute of Archaeology, Ankara (1982-1984), and since 1983 by Elizabeth Simpson of the University of Pennsylvania, later assisted by Krysia Spirdowicz, Queen's University, Ontario.

Box

Correspondence and Finances 1981-1988.

8

Reports 1982-1985.

8

Reports 1986-1989.

8

Reports 1990-1991.

8

Reports 1992-1993.

8

Reports 1994-1995.

8

Reports 1996-1997.

8

Reports 1998, 2000.

8

New Chronology, 1999-2006.

Scope and Contents note

The new chronology series includes correspondence and research from 1999 to 2006 among several Gordion scholars toward a revision of the chronology in use since the early excavations of Rodney S. Young. This revision moved the destruction period from ca. 700 BC to ca. 800 BC, and resulted in a complete revision of the historical and stratigraphic sequence. Principal contributors to this revision include Mary M. Voigt, G. Kenneth Sams, Keith R. DeVries, Lynn Roller, and Peter I. Kuniholm. Radiocarbon analysis and related research was conducted at Cornell University and the Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften. Initial publication of these findings was at the Anatolian Iran Ages conference, Van, Turkey in 2001, and complete findings appeared in the Gordion Special Studies publication "The New Chronology of Iron Age Gordion" (2011).

Box

General Correspondence 1999-2005.

8

Botanical Samples 2000-2006.

8

Dendrochronology 2001-2005.

8

'Midas' Tomb and Tumulus 2001-2004.

8

Reports and Combined Analysis 2001-2005.

8

Sequence Revision Worksheets 2001-2005.

8

Fundraising, 1965-2001.

Scope and Contents note

This series includes documents related to fundraising from 1965 to 2001. A large portion of the files are devoted to NEH (National Endowment for the Humanities) proposals and subsequent tracking of funds and project development. Most of these NEH grants relate to research and publication of the early volumes in the Gorgion Excavations Final Reports, and therefore provide good documentation of the development of this project. It should be noted that NEH grant proposal IV failed, resulting in appeals for funding from other sources. The Rodney S. Young Memorial Fund was created in 1975 to organize funds intended for publication; it's name was later changed to the Gordion Publications Fund. A significant fundraising effort from 1992-1993 was the Gordion Preservation Project, which included an attempt to create a foundation in Turkey for the support of the Gordion Project, and a major fundraising event at Gordion, "Dinner Under the Stars," held on July 10, 1993. Much of the correspondence in these files was created by David L. Nelson, Director of Development. Various other fundraising appeals, both to foundations and individual donors are included, as well as a file relating to foundation requests of individuals conducting research relating to Gordion. These individual grant applications are often limited to brief descriptions and recommendations. The bulk of this series was created from the papers of Ellen L. Kohler, who, as Executive Director of Gordion Publications from 1977-1987, and editor of the final reports, was in a critical position to collect and preserve these documnents.

Box

Individual Donors - Greenewalt, Crawford H. 1965-1983, 1987.

9

NEH Proposal I - "Gordion Project Phase II: Research" 1975-1980.

9

Rodney S. Young Memorial Fund/Gordion Publications Fund 1975-1982.

9

Individual Donors 1977.

9

NEH Proposal II - (continuation) 1979-1981.

9

Miscellaneous Foundation Requests 1980-1981.

9

NEH Proposal III - (continuation) 1980-1982.

9

American Companies in Turkey/Fresco Conservation 1980-1983, 1985.

9

Individual Donors 1980-1985.

9

NEH Proposal IV - (continuation) 1981-1982 (1 of 2).

9

NEH Proposal IV - (continuation) 1981-1982 (2 of 2).

9

Fleischmann Foundation 1981-1984.

9

Miscellaneous Fundraising Appeals 1982-1983.

9

NEH Proposal V - "Gordion Publications: Volume II" 1982-1984.

9

NEH Proposal VI - "Gordion Publications: Gunter and Roller" 1983-1985.

10

NEH Proposal VII - "Gordion Publications: Sams Volume" 1984.

10

Museum Funds 1985-1986.

10

NEH Proposal VIII - "New Excavations at Gordion, Turkey" 1987-1992 (1 of 2).

10

NEH Proposal VIII - "New Excavations at Gordion, Turkey" 1987-1992 (2 of 2).

10

Institute for Aegean Prehistory Proposal 1987.

10

Gordion Preservation Project - Foundation for Gordion Excavations 1992-1993.

10

Gordion Preservation Project - "Dinner Under the Stars" Event 1992-1993 (1 of 2).

10

Gordion Preservation Project - "Dinner Under the Stars" Event 1992-1993 (2 of 2).

10

National Geographic Society Grant - "Excavation and Regional Site Survey..." 1994.

10

NEH Grant - "Gordion, 700-350 BC: Political and Economic Change..." 1998.

10
Grant Applications of Individuals 1975-2001.
Scope and Contents note

10

Gordion Archives, 1985-2002.

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and administrative documents relating to the formal establishment of the Gordion Archives at the University of Pennsylvania from 1988 to 2002, under the supervision of Ellen L. Kohler. Correspondence includes research requests to the archives, and also details of archival management. Correspondence relating to photography projects requested from the archives is included in cases where research interest warranted. Most of the holdings of the Gordion Archives are being incorporated into this collection of Gordion Project records.

Box

Correspondence 1988-1990.

8

Correspondence 1991-2002.

8

Photography Projects 1987-2001.

8

Publications, 1975-2006.

Scope and Contents note

The publications series contains documents concerning all publications relating to the Gordion Project from 1975 to 2006. These documents have been gathered almost exclusively from the papers of Ellen L. Kohler and Keith R. DeVries. Since Dr. Kohler served as Executive Editor of Gordion Publications from 1977 to 1987, as well as initial editor or the Gordion Excavations Final Reports, documentation in this period tends to be well represented.

The papers read at the Rodney S. Young Memorial Symposium, held in 1975 after the death of Young in 1974, were published in 1980 as a Festschrift: "From Athens to Gordion." Symposium and Festschrift documents derive from the DeVries papers. Correspondence and authors files derive from the Kohler papers and maintain as closely as possible the original arrangement of Dr. Kohler. Correspondence, filed chronologically, represents general communications regarding Gordion publications with Kohler, as well as some administrative matters concerning the project. It should be noted that files were not maintained separately for each publication in the project, as publication progressed over numerous years and correspondence normally touches on several topics. A better understanding of the process of publication of the final reports might be obtained from reviewing the NEH grant proposal material related to these publications in the fundraising series of this collection, and in some cases the publications themselves.

Authors files contain mostly correspondence between Kohler and various contributors to the publications project, as well as material concerning individual publications relating to Gordion. Many of these files are sparce, and researchers should search the entire Gordion Project records for complete documentation relating to a particular scholar (e.g. Claude Brixhe correspondence is scattered throughout the series, by campaign year in the DeVries series, and as a separate file in the Sams series.)

Administrative files relate to details of publication as well as publications office staff. Gordion slide sets refer to a collection of slides maintained for publication. Although some documents relate also to the Gordion Archives in its early stages, all of the slide set material is gathered in this series.

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Rodney Stuart Young Memorial Symposium - Presenters 1975.

10

RSY Memorial Symposium - Invitations 1975.

10

RSY Memorial Symposium - Event 1975.

10

RSY Memorial Symposium - Festschrift - "From Athens to Gordion" 1974-1980.

10

Correspondence 1975-1976.

11

Correspondence 1977-1978.

11

Correspondence 1979-1980.

11

Correspondence 1981-1982.

11

Correspondence 1983-1989.

11

Correspondence 1990-2005.

11

Authors - Anderson, Gunlog 1979-1991.

11

Authors - Blanchette, Robert A. 1991-1993.

11

Authors - Brixhe, Claude 1980-1989.

11

Authors - Burke, Brendan 1996-1998.

11

Authors - Canby, Jeanny V. 1980-1984.

11

Authors - Caner, Ertugrul 1980-1985.

11

Authors - Cummer, W.W. 1981, 1984, 1997.

11

Authors - Dandoy, Jerry 1996.

11

Authors - DeVries, Keith R. 2000-2001.

11

Authors - Devries, Keith R. - "Archaeology of Anatolia: an Encyclopedia" 1991.

11

Authors - DeVries, Keith R. - "Atlas" Magazine Articles 2005-2006.

11

Authors - DeVries, Keith R. - "The Nearly Other" 1999.

11

Authors - DeVries, Keith R. - The Throne of Midas? - Talk 2001-2004.

11

Authors - Ebbinghaus, Susanne 1995.

11

Authors - Glendinning, Matthew 1993-1995.

11

Authors - Goldman, Andrew 1994-2002.

11

Authors - Greenewalt, Crawford H. 1984.

11

Authors - Gunter, Ann C. 1979-1990.

11

Authors - Henrickson, Robert 1999.

11

Authors - Johnson, Jessica S. 1994-1996.

11

Authors - Jones, Janet D. 1991-1998.

11

Authors - Kohler, Ellen L. - "Gordion: a Light-Hearted History of the 'Old Dig' 1950-1973" 2000-2001.

12

Authors - Kohler, Ellen L. - Phrygian Miniature Animal Carving - Talk 1959-1961.

12

Authors - Kohler, Ellen L. - "A Sotades Rhyton from Gordion" 1974?.

12

Authors - Kuniholm, Peter I. 1981-2006.

12

Authors - Liebhart, Richard F. 1992-1996.

12

Authors - McGovern, Patrick 1999-2002.

12

Authors - McClellan, Joanna 1964-1987.

12

Authors - Mechem, Leslie C. 1984.

12

Authors - Megaw, J.V.S. - "Founders of Civilisation: Anatolia" 1960.

12

Authors - Mellink, Machteld J. - "A Hittite Cemetery at Gordion" 1952.

2

Authors - Muscarella, Oscar 1998-2003.

12

Authors - Oliver, Andrew 1980-1985.

12

Authors - Payne, Sebastian 1981-2002.

12

Authors - Porada, Edith 1955, 1980-1998.

12

Authors - Roller, Lynn 1981-1997.

12

Authors - Romano, Irene Bald 1979-1985.

12

Authors - Sams, G. Kenneth 1977-2001.

12

Authors - Simpson, Elizabeth 1980-2001.

12

Authors - Slane, Kathleen Warner 1981.

12

Authors - Voigt, Mary M. 1998-2000.

12

Authors - Voigt, Mary M. - "Encyclopedia of Near Eastern Archaeology" 1995.

12

Authors - Webb, V.E.S. 1981.

12

Authors - Williams, Hector 1980-1998.

12

Authors - Winter, Frederick A. 1980-1990.

12

Administrative - Annual Notes to Authors 1980-1984.

12

Administrative - Personnel 1980-1984.

12

Administrative - Gordion Slide Sets 1959, 1969, 1985, 1987.

12

Photographs, 1950-1993 (Bulk, 1950-1975) .

Scope and Contents note

The photograph series includes photographic documentation of the Gordion excavation from 1950 to 1975, as well as miscellaneous photographs of various subjects from 1977 to 1993. The series is divided into a chronological series coded GB (Gordion Big) from 1950 to 1965, and a series following coded GO (Gordion Outside) [verify meaning of photographic codes] arranged at least partly by subject/field location from 1950-1975. It appears that several photographs from the GB section have been relabeled and moved to the GO section. Most of the photographs in both of these sections are exterior shots of the excavation in progress, significant finds in situ, including burials with skeletal remains and burial objects, and the 'Midas' tomb interior (GB 1957). Many images are in duplicate in both large and small format. Number indications on file labels indicate a range of items included; there is not always a photograph present for each number in a range, and some file ranges appear to have 'missing' runs, but may in fact be complete. [statement regarding photographic finging aid/index/catalog necessary to locate photographs] These two sections are followed by a folder of miscellaneous photographs taken 1977-1992, and another of wooden artifcts taken 1989 and 1993. Additional graphic material remains to be processed and added to this series.

Box

GB 1950: 1-196.

13

GB 1952: 1-8.

13

GB 1953: 1-50.

13

GB 1953: 51-85.

13

GB 1955: 1-130.

13

GB 1955: 131-220.

13

GB 1955: 221-273.

13

GB 1956: 1-21.

13

GB 1956: 22-104.

13

GB 1956: 105-167.

13

GB 1957: 1-67.

13

GB 1957: 68-310.

13

GB 1957: 311-545 and Misc.

13

GB 1959: 1-37.

13

GB 1959: 38-80.

13

GB 1959: 81-112.

13

GB 1961: 1-65.

13

GB 1962: 51.

13

GB 1963: 82-123.

13

GB 1965: 35-87.

13

GB 1977-1992: Misc.

13

Wooden Artifacts 1989, 1993.

13

GO: 1-79.

14

GO: 80-149.

14

GO: 150-300.

14

GO: 301-705.

14

GO: 706-795.

14

GO: 796-850.

14

GO: 851-1140.

14

GO: 1141-1220.

14

GO: 1221-1300.

14

GO: 1301-1480.

14

GO: 1481-1860.

14

GO: 1861-3540.

14

GO: 3341-3620.

14

GO: 3621-3680.

14

GO: 3681-3794.

15

GO: 3795-3900.

15

GO: 3901-3970.

15

GO: 3971-4030.

15

GO: 4031-4199.

15

GO: 4200-4310.

15

GO: 4311-4350.

15

GO: 4351-4450.

15

GO: 4451-4570.

15

GO: 4571-4640.

15

GO: 4641-4670.

15

GO: 4671-4800.

15

GO: 4801-4880.

15

GO: 4881-4900.

16

GO: 4901-4940.

16

GO: 4941-5186.

16

GO: 5187-5820.

16

GO: 5821-6360.

16

GO: 6361-6580.

16

GO: 6581-6720.

16

GO: 6721-6680.

16

GO: 6681-6830.

16

GO: 6831-6920.

16

GO: 6921-6985.

16

GO: 6986-7030.

16

GO: 7031-7210.

16

GO: 7211-7650.

16

GO: 7651-7670.

16

GO: 7671-7910.

16

Gordion Field Notebooks, 1950-1988.

Scope and Contents note

The Gordion Field Notebooks and Finds series consist of 182 bound volumes originally numbered consecutively and chronologically beginning in 1950. They have since been separated into notebook and finds series for the benefit of researchers, but it is not difficult to reconstruct the original sequence.

The field notebooks are compilations of notes taken during excavation by one or more excavators. They cover the directorships of Rodney S. Young and Keith R Devries, 1950-1988, although little actual excavation work was performed after 1973. Volumes 169, 173, 175 (missing), and 182 record the entire period from 1974 to 1988.

The descriptions at the field notebook level are taken directly from the original Gordion Notebook List in the Kohler files, with only slight modifications. The authors of each book are noted in parentheses. A few names are abbreviated (RSY- Rodney S. Young, GRE- G. Robert Edwards, MJM- Machteld J. Mellink, EK- Ellen Kohler, ML- Mabel Lang). Abbreviations of excavation topics are common throughout (e.g. SET- southeast trench, CM- city mound, KH- Kucuk Huyuk mound). Single letter abbreviations usually refer to individual tumuli. These can easily be determined by examining the notebooks. Many notebooks included inserts in the form of plans, sketches and notes, usually in the pocket part of each volume. Notes in the text sometimes refer the researcher to these pocket parts. All of these inserts have been moved to a collection of Field Notebook Inserts, located either in volume 18 at the end of this series, or in oversize storage. The researcher must refer to the list of inserts listed at the end of the field notebook series to determine if there is any material for the volume being consulted. Insert files contain one or more inserts. Most of these inserts are a mix of text and graphic material (drawings, plans). Where there is any graphic material at all, this is indicated as the instance type for the file. If there is text only, that will be the type. Significant text and graphic materials together are listed as mixed materials.

Box

1. Tumuli A, B, E (RSY, GRE) 1950.

1

2. CM-SET (RSY) 1950.

1

3. Tumuli C, G; CM-SWT (Gallagher) 1950.

1

4. Tumulus D; CM-ST (Wilson, Fleischmann) 1950-51.

1

5. CM-NCT (MJM) 1950-51.

1

6. CM-SET (RSY) 1950.

1

7. CM-SWT (Gallagher) 1950.

1

8. CM-ST (Wilson) 1950.

1

9. Tumuli E, H,; CM-SET-W ( Lang, Vorys) 1950-51.

1

10. CM-NCT (MJM) 1950-51.

1

14. Tumuli J, K, M; CM-ET (Cox, Lang, Gallagher, RSY) 1951.

1

15. Tumuli E, K, M (RSY, MJM) 1951-52.

1

16. Tumuli F, S-1 (Gallagher) 1951.

1

17. Tumulus I, CM-ET-N (Fleischmann) 1951.

1

18. CM-SET-N (RSY) 1951.

2

19. CM-NCT-S, Tumuli S-1,2,3 (Gallagher) 1951.

2

20. CM-SET-N (RSY) 1951.

2

21. CM-SET-NW, ET-C2 (GRE, Fleischmann) 1951.

2

22. CM, trenches over Bldg. A. (Hillen, GRE) 1951.

2

23. CM-NCT-S, Tumulus J, NCT-A1, A2, A3 (Gallagher, Alexander) 1951.

2

24. KH (MJM) 1951.

2

25. CM-SET-N (RSY) 1951.

2

26. Tumulus H, Cem. MT, CM-SET-W (Vorys, MJM) 1951-52.

2

27. CM-City Wall Cuts 1-5, NE Lapp, Cuts, Gate Bldg. (Cox, RSY) 1951-52.

2

30. CM-trench over S end of Bldg. A (McFadden, RSY) 1952.

2

31. CM-trenches over Bldg. A, Mosaic Bldg. (RSY) 1952.

2

33. Tumulus H cemetery, TTN, CCT (MJM) 1952-53.

3

35. CM-Bldg A (RSY) 1952.

3

37. CM-Gate Bldg, Kran Harman (RSY) 1953.

3

38. CM-ET-O1, O2, O3 (Oberlin) 1953.

3

39. CM-ET-V1, V2, V3; wall pntgs (Vorys, ML ) 1953.

3

40. CM-ET-C1, C2; Gateway N (Cox, MJM, Lang) 1953.

3

42. CM-Gate Bldg. (RSY) 1953.

3

43. CM-NCT-A1, A2, A3, CM-NCT-W, Tumuli N, KY, P, Royal Road Cut, Tumuli Q, R, S, T, U (Alexander, GRE, RSY) 1953,55,56.

3

44. CM-ET-S1, SPH, Q1, Bldg. C (Cammann, Benson, RSY) 1953,57.

3

45. Gate Bldg. (GRE) 1953.

3

46. CM-ET-B, Q2, Q2E, Bldg. I, TB (Benson, RSY) 1953,57.

3

47. Tumulus H cemetery, Tum. O (Vorys, Last) 1953,55.

4

49. CM-Phryg. Gate, Bldg. C, Deep Cuts 1-3 (RSY) 1955.

4

50. CM-ET-C3, C4; Ph. Gate N Ct. (Barnes, RSY) 1955.

4

51. CM-ET-O6,O7,O8,O9,O10,O11,NCT-S Pe. Bldg cuts 1,2,3,4 (Crownover ) 1955.

4

52. CM-ET-N1,2,3, NE 1, NOPB (Carter) 1955.

4

53. NCT-A4,5,6,7,8,9; Ptd. rm.; Bldg. G (Hanna, Lang, GRE, RSY) 1955.

4

54. CM-Deep Cuts 1,2,3,4,5; Ph. Gate NE (RSY, GRE) 1955.

4

55. CM-Central Cut (later CC) (MJM) 1955.

4

56. CM-ET-O11,12,13,14; ET-C4X (Dahl, Crownover, Townsend, Carter) 1955.

4

59. TumP object list, Railroad Cuts; CM-NCT-A5,6,7,8,9; Deep Cuts 6,7,8; BPB Bldg, G; Ph. Gate-N; Bldg. C Pntd Room (RSY) 1956.

4

60. CM-NCT-A10,11; Q-1,2; Tum. U, BPB, WPH (Townsend, Knudsen, RSY) 1956.

4

61. NCT-A5,6; Meg 1 BPB, Meg 2WPW, SPH; Bldg. G RR cut; Bldg. C Pntd Room; NCT-A11; Ph. steps (RSY) 1956.

4

63. MM Borings; MM tomb (Copeland, RSY) 1956,57.

5

65. KH (MJM) 1956-58.

5

66. CM-MN; MN-W; MN2 (Muscarella, RSY) 1957.

5

67. CM-MW; MW2; TB-W (Bass, French, RSY) 1957.

5

68. Road cuts; Kutepe (Carter) 1957.

5

70. MM; TB W Room; Q2; MN2 (RSY) 1957.

5

72. NCT-W1,2,3,4; MN Ext. 2,3; Gate Cut. N RR cut; Pe. Pylon 1,2 (GRE, RSY) 1958,59.

5

73. CM-WML-1,2 (W. McLeod) 1958.

5

74. CM-EML-1,2,3,4 (E. McLeod) 1958.

5

75. KH (MJM) 1958,59.

5

78. EML 4; Bldg. M tr; M3; Tum. W; Polychr. H. (E. McLeod, RSY) 1958,59.

5

79. WML 4N, 3B, 3C, 3D, 4S; TB-W2 (Ellis, Wisner) 1959.

5

80. CM-WML-1,2; TB-W2, M3, Gt-SC, Bldg. C (RSY) 1959.

6

81. CM-TBT-1,2,3,4 (Muscarella, Starr) 1959.

6

82. CM-Bldg. L, KTL (McCredie) 1959.

6

84. Tum. W, Meg. 3 (RSY) 1959.

6

86. CM-Bldg. D,E,F; CW 1 (Williams) 1961.

6

87. CM-TB-W2S,S2,S3 (Greenewalt) 1961.

6

88. CM-P,PP,PN,PS,PPS; CC"A,B" MN, Tum. JL I,II; CC-"C" (RSY, GRE, Greenewalt, Last) 1961,62.

6

89. CM-TB-W1S, TBT-4,5,6, TB E Rm. (Jaffee, Greenewalt) 1961.

6

91. CM-W2-S3,S4, CC1, CC2, NecBek Grave (Greenewalt) 1961.

6

92. CM-WPH doodles; Pe. Wall; CM-SET-S. of Ph. Gate (Cox, MJM) 1961.

6

93. CM-TBT-6A,6B,7A,8A (TB E2) (McLaughlin) 1961.

6

94. Persian Royal Road (Starr, Rich, Metz) 1961.

7

95. Persian Royal Road (Starr, Rich,Metz) 1961.

7

96. CM-Bldgs. D, F; CW1, NE1, NPB, Tum. X; Mus. Site II (Williams, Steinberg, RSY) 1961,65.

7

97. KH (MJM) 1961,63.

7

98. CM-PNC,PN3,PN3-A (Trik, MJM) 1961,65.

7

99. CM-PhTC, PGNC, N-RR cut, Clay Cut S. of NCT; Bldg. F NE Bldg., area S of NE Bldg. (Steinberg, RSY) 1961,63.

7

100. TBT-7B=TB-E; TBT-8A=TB E2; TB-E2-S1; TBT-7C (McLaughlin, Greenewalt, Spanos) 1961,62,63.

7

102. Museum Site (GRE) 1962.

7

103. Museum Site (Haviland) 1962.

7

104. Museum Site, N. City Wall (Haviland, Williams) 1962.

7

106. CM-M4-C,S1,S2; TT-E1,W2,3,4; PPPS, PPPN (Kunzel, Sammis, Ward) 1963.

7

107. CM-TB-E2S1,S2, mudbrick probe near Meg. 9 (Spanos) 1963.

8

l09. CM-TE2; TN; TC; TSW; TB-W3; TB7-A,B (Biers, Jones) 1963, 65.

8

110. CM-NCB-SWa,b,NW,SEa,b,Ea,b; M3 Encl wall; Early Ph. Fndtn N of Meg 3; NW Bldg., N Bldg., NE Bldg. (Carpenter, RSY) 1963, 65.

8

111. CM-TBT-CC1,CC2,CC3; "CC"1, "CC"2, "CC" annexes; TBT-CC- S1 (Greenewalt, Cummer) 1963, 67.

8

112. CM-Ph. Gate cut; N. Bldg.; Polychr. H. drain; Tumulus Y; WPH (RSY) 1963-65.

8

114. M5A-G (Sammis) 1965.

8

116. QA, PPPN, O-Q 1-3, M5E,F (Sherman) 1965.

8

117. N Bldg.; Early Ph. Bldg. Z1-Z2 (RSY) 1965.

8

118. TB7-C,D,E,F; M5K; M6B (Colburn, Pollak) 1965.

8

119. M5E,F,G,H,I; "Hearth," Terr. Cut (Sammis, Sherman) 1965.

8

120. TB7-D; TB 7 (Owen, Pollak) 1965.

8

121. M5J; M4 Terr.; M6A,C (Handler) 1965.

8

123. M5F; O-Q1-3; M6E,F; M7A-E; M6D-F; M7A-E; TB8A,B (Sherman, Clark, RSY) 1965, 67.

9

125. WS 1,4,7,12; TB8B; WG 1,2 (Rhoads, Carpenter) 1967.

9

126. WS 2,5,8; Ph.W. 1; Pe.W. 1 (Fink, Sherman) 1967.

9

127. WS 3.6.9; WS 3-4S,4-5S,5-6S (Moore, Wineberg) 1967.

9

128. TB8C-H; TB 8 cuts 1-3 (Sams) 1967.

9

130. WS 4-5N,5-6N,7N,8N,9N (Sherman, Eisman) 1967.

9

131. M7C-G (RSY) 1967.

9

132. PhW-1; PeW-1,2,3,4; Tum. Z (Sheftel) 1967, 69.

9

133. WS 5-6,S2,4-5,S2/3,5-6,S3/4 (Wineberg, S. Cummer) 1967.

9

135. TB8-S1,2,3 (Small) 1967.

9

137. TB 8; TBW-5; TB8-S3, M8 X-wall (Sams, Hitzl, Kocybala) 1967,69,71.

9

138. WS-9N,8N; WS-9 RR1,2 (Eisman) 1967.

10

139. M7F Bldg. (RSY) 1967.

10

140. PPB-1,2,3,5,6,7 (Langdon) 1969.

10

141. WCW-1,2,3,4; WG 1 (Ehrlich, Soren) 1969.

10

142. PBX-1/2,3,4,5 (Klein) 1969.

10

143. PBP-N1/3; Z1(cont.); EPB (Sams) 1969.

10

144. TBW-1,2,3,4,5; TB 8 (Hitzl) 1969.

10

146. CCS-1,2,3,4 (Jewell) 1969.

10

147. PBP-W1; M12-E (Vitelli, Sams) 1969, 71.

10

150. PBX-E; PBP-W2; Ml2-E; ECW-S1/2 (Winter, Sams) 1971.

10

151. TB8-S1,2,3; M8 X-wall(=CW) (Kocybala) 1971.

10

152. PPB-SE1,2,3 (Kuniholm) 1971.

11

153. WCW-6,6E,7,8,9,10,11; WG-2 (McClellan) 1971.

11

154. PHW-N1,2,3,4,5,6,7; PWN1 Annex E (Zouck) 1971,73.

11

156. TB7-A1,2,3,4; TB7-A6,7 (Cummer, DeVries) 1971.

11

157. TB7-A5,6,1-4 (DeVries) 1971.

11

160. CC3-A,C,E (Winter, Sams) 1973.

11

161. TB7-A, CC3-B,C (DeVries) 1973.

11

162. WCW-12,13,14,15,16 (Kuniholm) 1973.

11

164. CC3-D (DeVries) 1973.

11

166. CC3-E,F,C,D,G (Sams, Winter) 1973.

11

167. CC 3 (DeVries) 1973.

12

169. Sakarya Bed (DeVries) 1974.

12

173. Cons. op.; Road; Museum parking lot; Kral Harman (DeVries, Sams) 1979,80,83,85,86.

12

175. MM bed (Simpson) 1981 [missing].

12

182. CM-cons./maint.; Mamaderesi (Sams) 1988.

12

Inserts v.1.

18

Inserts v.2.

18

Inserts v.3.

18

Inserts v.4.

18

Inserts v.5.

18

Inserts v.8.

18

Inserts v.9.

18

Inserts v.10.

18

Inserts v.18.

18

Inserts v.20.

18

Inserts v.23.

23

Inserts v.24.

18

Inserts v.27.

18

Inserts v.38.

18

Inserts v.43.

18

Inserts v.45.

18

Inserts v.51.

18

Inserts v.53.

18

Inserts v.55.

18

Inserts v.60.

18

Inserts v.63.

18

Inserts v.65.

18

Inserts v.72.

18

Inserts v.73.

18

Inserts v.74.

18

Inserts v.75.

18

Inserts v.88.

18

Inserts v.92.

18

Inserts v.96.

18

Inserts v.97.

18

Inserts v.100.

18

Inserts v.102.

18

Inserts v.106.

18

Inserts v.107.

18

Inserts v.116.

18

Inserts v.117.

18

Inserts v.119.

18

Inserts v.120.

18

Inserts v.121.

18

Inserts v.123.

18

Inserts v.127.

18

Inserts v.133.

18

Inserts v.135.

18

Inserts v.138.

18

Inserts v.146.

18

Inserts v.153.

18

Inserts v.154.

18

Inserts v.160.

18

Inserts v.162.

18

Inserts v.166.

18

Gordion Finds, 1950-2004 (Bulk, 1950-1987) .

Scope and Contents note

The Gordion Finds volumes present a description of significant archaeological finds, usually with drawings or photographic contact prints inserted. Some finds are listed in the field notebooks themselves, but the finds notebooks offer a more complete description. Beginning in volume 170 (1973) and thereafter, the finds notebooks list selections made at a later date for cataloguing from unprocessed material. These selections continue until the end of the finds, volume 181 (2004). Some brief inserts in this series have been retained in the volumes, not moved to a separate file as with the field notebooks. Some of the contact prints have been removed, or were never inserted. Prints glued onto the page are sometimes fragile or not securely attached.

Box

11. Finds 1-380 (RSY, Lang, EK) 1950.

12

12. Finds 381-750 (Lang, RSY, EK) 1950.

12

13. Finds 751-1134 (EK) 1950-51.

12

28. Finds 1135-1518 (EK) 1951.

12

29. Finds 1519-1895 (EK) 1951.

13

32. Finds 1896-2262 (EK) 1951.

13

34. Finds 2263-2271 (EK) 1951.

13

36. Finds 2272-2637 (EK?) 1951-53.

13

41. Finds 2638-3031 (EK) 1953.

13

48. Finds 3032-3405 (EK) 1953.

13

57. Finds 3406-3777 (EK) 1955.

13

58. Finds 3778-4057 (EK, RSY, Knudsen) 1955,56.

13

62. Finds 4058-4307 (Knudsen, Lang) 1956.

14

64. Finds 4641-4993 (Knudsen, RSY, EK) 1956,57.

14

69. Finds 4641-4993 (EK) 1957.

14

71. Finds 4994-5249 (EK) 1957.

14

76. Finds 5250-5543 (Knudsen) 1958.

14

77. Finds 5544-5847 (Knudsen, EK) 1958,59.

14

83. Finds 5848-6115 (EK) 1959.

14

85. Finds 6116-6390 (EK) 1959.

14

90. Finds 6391-6697 (EK) 1961.

15

101. Finds 6698-6989 (EK) 1961.

15

105. Finds 6990-7264 (Haviland, EK) 1961,63.

15

108. Finds 7235-7512 (EK) 1963.

15

113. Finds 7513-7740 (EK) 1963-65.

15

115. Finds 7741-8039 (EK) 1965.

15

122. Finds 8040-8313 (EK) 1965.

15

124. Finds 8314-8599 (EK) 1965.

15

129. Finds 8500-8874 (EK) 1967.

15

134. Finds 8875-9137 (EK) 1967.

16

136. Finds 9138-9325 (EK) 1967.

16

145. Finds 9326-9586 (EK) 1969.

16

148. Finds 9587-9850 (EK) 1969.

16

149. Finds 9851-10090 (EK) 1969,7l.

16

155. Finds 10091-10300 (EK) 1971.

16

158. Finds 10301-10508 (EK) 1971.

16

159. Finds 10509-10720 (EK) 1971.

16

163. Finds 10721-10933 (EK) 1973.

16

165. Finds 10934-11144 (EK) 1973.

17

168. Finds 11145-11475 (EK) 1973.

17

170. Finds 11370-11475 (EK) 1975.

17

171. Finds 11476-11620 (DeVries, Bald) 1978.

17

172. Finds 11621-11780 (DeVries, Romano, Sams, Roller) 1979.

17

174. Finds 11781-11880 (DeVries, Roller) 1979,80.

17

176. Finds 11881-12100 (Kohler, DeVries, Mechem) 1981,82.

17

177. Finds 12101-12299 (DeVries, Gunter, Kohler, Roller) 1982.

17

178. Finds 12300-12479 (DeVries, Gunter, Kohler, Mechem, Roller) 1982,83.

17

179. Finds 12480-12644 (DeVries, Gunter, Simpson) 1983,85.

17

180. Finds 12645-12811 (Mechem, DeVries, Sams) 1985,87.

17

181. Finds 12812-13038 (DeVries et al.?) 1987-2004.

17