This they did, as is testified to by a long list of books and magazine articles since turned out by the scientist, dealing strictly with archaeo-
logical subjects, touching on the ancient Mayan race and its civilization, with particular reference to their system of computing time.
In his brie ing, after his visit to the lo- cation of the archaeological village dis- covered recently to the north of Al Raka in the Eastern Region, he insisted that the Supreme Commission was making huge efforts to the extent of its available capabilities for prospecting and archaeo-
logical search projects.
The boat to Skomer from Martin's Haven will continue to run, weather permitting, every day except Mondays until the end of October to allow people to see the project activities as well as the wealth of wildlife and archaeo-
logical features of the island.
natural, use opportuni- torical, cultural cultural, ties (including and archaeo-
scenic, wilder- grazing), pale- logical ness, and rec- ontological, resources; mill- reational natural, and tary training resources ..." wildlife com- area; World ponents Center for enhanced by Birds of Prey; the rural west- Raptor ern setting Research and ..." Technical Assistance Center; domestic live- stock grazing; hydro-electric facilities.
Finally, Krupp's book should become a handy reference for everyone interested in archaeo-
One nagging question remains with the usage of "astronomy." At first I assumed that "astronomy," as the second term in "archaeo-
" and "ethnoastronomy," designated the application of Western astronomical knowledge and ideas to the elucidation of Native American star lore.
tissoti (Petit, 1853), Morula granulata (Duclos, 1832), Turricula javana (Linnaeus, 1767) and Babylonia spirata (Linnaeus, 1758; Swainson, 1822), belonging to two orders namely, Archaeo-
and Neogastropoda and five families (Trochidae, Turbinidae, Thaidae, Turridae, and Buccinidae) were studied.