With this book the Department of International Collections in the Danish National Museum celebrates the 90th birthday of P.J. Riis. Many of RiisAe publications have dealt with the art and culture of Central Italy and Campania, but they constitute only a part of his work, which is characterized by a remarkably wide scope of research in chronological as well as geographical terms. Contents: Hama in the Middle Bronze Age: a New Interpretation (Ingolf Thuesen); Creating a Divine Image: the Case of Juno Sospita (Kristina Winther Jacobsen); A Second metamorphosis of Arethusa (Helle Winge Horsnaes); Herakles Holding the Horn of AchellosuBronze Statuettes in the Danish National Museum (Helle Salskov Roberts); Transport Amphorae as Evidence of Exportation of Italian Wine and Oil to the Eastern Mediterranean in the Hellenistic Period (John Lund); Danish Archaeology in Carthage, Tunisia (Sen Dietz); Temple, eglise, mosquee. Autour de la Mosquee des Omeyyades a Damas (Par Thomas Riis); A Chair from Hama in BozY, Turkey (Peter Pentz); Twelve Roman Caesars en Medaillions (Bodil Bundgaard Rasmussen); The Egyptianising Motifs of Johannes WiedeweltAes Dactyliotheca (Anne Haslund Hansen); A Tale of Pots and Politics (Inge Schjellerup); Von C.J. Thomsen zu P.J. RiisuAusstellung und Wissen aer europaische Medaillen in Kopenhagen (Jgen Steen Jensen); Hama revisited: A Syrian Town in the 1930s and Today (Alexandra Nilsson); From Study Collection to Museum of Mediterranean Antiquities and Plaster Casts (Pia Guldager Bilde); Poul Jgen RiisuA Bibliography (Flemming Gorm Andersen)Lund, John is the author of 'Between Orient and Occident Studies in Honour of P.J. Riis' with ISBN 9788789438078 and ISBN 8789438078.