Science: The Diggers

Some of the major finds of diggers, archeologists and paleontologists, recently made or described, include:

¶In Pisidian Antioch,* an expedition financed by the University of Michigan and including Dr. David M. Robinson of Johns Hopkins University, unearthed two paved squares, one dedicated to Tiberius, the other to Augustus, a flight of marble steps and a propylea connecting the Iwo squares. The major find was the ruins of a great temple built in the first century by Augustus with a frieze of bulls' heads connected by garlands of leaves and fruit.

¶In New...

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