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Volume 93 | Number 3 | May-June 2005


Genius Unappreciated

Brian Hayes

For János Bolyai, the invention of non-Euclidean geometry turned out to be a thankless task

Decoding the Cambrian Radiation

Derek E. Briggs

In On the Origin of Phyla, one of the greatest living paleobiologists pays homage to the greatest biologist who ever lived

Ancient Economies

Donald Haggis

Archaeologists have recently begun to examine such phenomena as agricultural specialization, exchange and the appropriation of surplus by elites as the activities of real people who shaped political institutions


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