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“Archaeological Museum of Hagios Nikolaos Reopens,” Klio Zervaki and Chrysa Sofianou, pp. 1-2
“New Publication of Poros,” Philip P. Betancourt and Nota Dimopoulou, pp. 2-4
“Canadians in East Crete: Explorations at Chavania,” D. Matthew Buell, Rodney D. Fitzsimons, Jane Francis, and R. Angus K. Smith, pp. 5-11
“Congratulations,” p. 11
“Next Generation of Bioarchaeologists Study Human Remains from the Cave of Hagios Charalambos,” P.J.P.McGeorge, p. 12-13
“A New Study of Carnelian in East Crete,” Chrysa Sofianou, Susan C. Ferrence, and Philip P. Betancourt, pp. 14-15
“Report from the Coulson Conservation Lab,” Kathy Hall and Matina Tzari, p. 15
“Thank You to our Friends,” p. 16
“Donor Spotlights,” pp. 17-19
“Keos XI by Lyvia Morgan Receives AIA Wiseman Book Award,” p. 20
“New Titles from INSTAP Academic Press,” p. 20
“Support the Future of Aegean Archaeology,” p. 21
“The Decorated Lustral Basin at Chania, Crete,” Elizabeth Shank, p. 20
“In Memoriam Vangelis Fiorakis,” pp. 22-25
“Studying Post-Abandonment Visitation in Early Iron Age Crete,” Sarah Malik Bell, p. 26-27
“Congratulations to the 2023 Seager Fellow,” p. 27
“Archaeological Collection of Ierapetra Reopens,” p. 28
“Fishing, Sponge Diving, and Harvesting the Land of Chryssi Island where Archaeology Meets Ethnography” pp. 29-31
“Congratulations!,” p. 31
“Sponges: An Invisible Side of Ancient Fisheries, with Special Reference to Bronze Age Crete,” Dimitra Mylona, pp. 32-36
“Old Questions in a New Light: Change and Continuity in Peak Sanctuary Figurine Use between the Protopalatial and Neopalatial Periods,” Céline Murphy, pp. 36-39
“Bestiario: A Theater/Archaeology Performance at the Prehistoric Settlement of Gournia, Crete,” Efthimis Theou, Theano Metaxa, Thanasis Deligiannis, and Dimitra Mylona, pp.39-42
“January Meeting of the Friends of the INSTAP Study Center,” p. 42
“Join us on Crete in May 2024!,” p.43
“Special Features,” p. 44

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