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2000.19

Yule, Paul Research Papers and Publications Illustrations 1940-1995 and undated: A Finding Aid

Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology Archives, Harvard University

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Descriptive Summary

Location: PM Archives
Call No.: 2000.19
Repository: Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology Archives, Harvard University
Creator: Yule, Paul
Title: Yule, Paul, Research Papers and Publications Illustrations,
Date(s): 1940-1995, and undated
Quantity: 3 linear feet
Language of materials: English

Immediate Source of Acquisition:

Dr. Yule donated his research papers and publication illustrations to the Peabody Museum Archives in 2000. Ms. Heidi Miller and Dr. Richard Meadow of the Harvard University Department of Anthropology facilitated the donation.

Biographical / Historical

Dr. Paul Yule received his B.A. from the University of Minnesota and an M.A. and PhD. from the Institute of Fine Arts in New York. From 1975 to 1979 he studied at the Universität Marburg, and was granted his habilitation from the Univesität Heidelberg in Near Eastern Archaeology in 1995. His dissertation was entitled Die Gräberfelder in Samad al Sh_n (Sultanat Oman): Materialien zu einer Kulturgeschichte. His archaeological work has centered on the Sultanate of Oman and other parts of the Near East and in South Asia. He has excavated at al Amqat, Samad al Shan, al Maysar (Amlah), al Shir (Oman), W_d_Jiz, al Amq_t (Bawshar), and in Iraq, Germany, and Pakistan. Over the course of his career, Yule has taught courses at New York University, College of Mount St. Vincent (Riverdale, NY), Universität Bonn, and the Universität Heidelberg, and has directed numerous excavations.
Sources:
www.columbia.edu/cu/libraries/indiv/area/IDMES/YULE, Paul.htm
Personal communication, Heidi Miller, April 2001.

Related Yule publications:

Arrangement

Materials are organized in six series:

Scope and Contents

Between 1981 and 1995 Dr. Yule traveled throughout India and Pakistan examining, photographing, and drawing ancient metal objects at many institutions. The majority of the artifacts he studied belong to the Indus Valley Civilization and contemporary sites, as well as some material from the second millennium BCE. The freshly gathered information was combined with a thorough study of all published metal objects of the Indian subcontinent (primarily from the third millennium BCE). Sites documented in the Yule Papers include: Mohenjo-daro,Harappa, Chanhu-daro, Lothal, Kalibangan, Chandigarh, Rangpur, Surkotada, Banawali, Jimina Hill (Trap Rock excavations), the S.C. Roy Collection from Ranchi, and objects found in the Northwest Frontier Province of Pakistan (Swat Valley, Sarai Khola). The archival materials reveal the meticulous documentation and research Yule conducted. He subsequently published four artifact catalogues (1985a, 1985b, 1985c, 1989), and some of his drafts for these volumes are included in his papers.

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