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C.W. Ceram Archives
C.W. Ceram • 9 Items / 7 Books, 1 Article, 1 Review
Gods, Graves and Scholars (1951)
The Story of Archaeology
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    Episodes on Excavations (Review)
    Gods, Graves and Scholars, by C.W. Ceram
    1. Gods, Graves and Scholars by C.W. Ceram
    The Saturday Review, November 10, 1951, p. 11
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    Books in Brief (3 Reviews)
    Siddhartha, by Hermann Hesse
    1. Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse
    2. Weekend at Dunkirk by Robert Merle
    3. Gods, Graves and Scholars by C.W. Ceram
    The Nation, November 17, 1951, p. 430
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    Atlantic Bookshelf (5 Reviews)
    The Peripatetic Reviewer
    1. This Fascinating Animal World by Alan Devoe
    2. Audubon's Animals by Alice Ford and John James Audubon
    3. Mister Johnson by Joyce Cary
    4. Denmark Is a Lovely Land by Hudson Strode
    5. Gods, Graves and Scholars by C.W. Ceram
    The Atlantic Monthly, January 1952, pp. 84-85
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    Of Heroes & Excavators (9 Reviews)
    The Pleasures of Archaeology, by Karl E. Meyer
    1. The Pleasures of Archaeology by Karl E. Meyer
    2. Gods, Graves and Scholars by C.W. Ceram
    3. In Search of Lost Worlds by Henri-Paul Eydoux
    4. Cities of Vesuvius by Michael Grant
    5. Search for Sybaris by Orville H. Bullitt
    6. Archaeology Discoveries in the 1960s by Edward Bacon
    7. Bar Kokhba by Yigael Yadin
    8. Archaeological Site Science by Frank H. Goodyear
    9. Winckelmann by Wolfgang Leppmann
    Encounter, October 1971, pp. 63-66
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    Science for Everyman (15 Reviews)
    Gods, Graves and Scholars, by C.W. Ceram
    1. Gods, Graves and Scholars by C.W. Ceram
    2. The Buried People by Sibylle Von Cles-Reden
    3. The World of Mathematics by James R. Newman
    4. The Mountains of Pharaoh by Leonard Cottrell
    5. The Secret of the Hittites by C.W. Ceram
    6. Tombs, Temples and Ancient Art by Joseph Lindon Smith
    7. In Search of Adam by Herbert Wendt
    8. Life, the Great Adventure by Jean Rostand and Paul Bodin
    9. The Story of Our Earth by Richard Carrington
    10. Man in Search of His Ancestors by Andre Senet
    11. On the Track of Prehistoric Man by Herbert Kuhn
    12. The World We Live in by Lincoln Barnett
    13. The Natural History of Mammals by Francois Bourliere
    14. The Sea Around Us by Rachel L. Carson
    15. The Edge of the Sea by Rachel L. Carson
    The Saturday Review, January 5, 1957, p. 13
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    Brief Comments (23 Reviews)
    Twenty-nine oustanding books of the previous quarter
    1. George Washington: A Biography, Vol. III by Douglas Southall Freeman
    2. Life in America by Marshall B. Davidson
    3. Bradford of Plymouth by Bradford Smith
    4. Strange Lands and Friendly People by William O. Douglas
    5. The Forrestal Diaries by Walter Millis, E.S. Duffield, and James Forrestal, ...
    6. The Melville Log by Jay Leyda
    7. The Peron Era by Robert J. Alexander
    8. North with the Spring by Edwin Way Teale
    9. Closing the Ring by Winston S. Churchill
    10. Gods, Graves and Scholars by C.W. Ceram
    11. Charles Evans Hughes by Merlo J. Pusey
    12. Incredible New York by Lloyd R. Morris
    13. Crisis in Freedom: The Alien and Sedition Acts by John Chester Miller
    14. A Treasury of Western Folklore by B.A. Botkin
    15. The Citizen Decides by Ralph Barton Perry
    16. The Letters of Theodore Roosevelt, Vol. III by Elting E. Morison and Theodore Roosevelt
    17. Union Bay: The Life of a City Marsh by Harry W. Higman and Earl J. Larrison
    18. Under Whatever Sky by Irwin Edman
    19. Pleasures of Music by Jacques Barzun
    20. The Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes by Iona A. Opie and Peter Opie
    21. Venture to the Interior by Laurens van der Post
    22. Civil Liberties Under Attack by Clair Wilcox
    23. Origins of the New South, 1877-1913 by C. Vann Woodward
    The American Scholar, Spring 1952, pp. 242-258