In preceding issues, TIME reported significant efforts and exhumations by archaeologists, paleontologists, geologists, ethnologists, anthropologists, etc., in the Americas and Europe during the past few months. Following are efforts and exhumations in Asia Minor, Asia, Africa.

In Asia Minor the outstanding new expeditions were British and Austrian.

At Constantinople, a British Academy group, led by Stanley Casson, Oxford (New College) don, dug down 25 feet to the original arena level of the Byzantine Hippodrome, begun in the 2nd Century A. D. and completed in 330 by Constantine...

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