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Archeological Resources of the Gila River Farms (1974)

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Citation DOCUMENT W. Bruce Masse.

[tDAR id: 149282] This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this document. The information in this record has been migrated into tDAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and updated. Most NADB-R records consist of a document citation and other metadata but do not have the documents themselves uploaded. If you have a digital copy of the document and would like to have it curated in tDAR, please contact us at comments@tdar.org.


Mexico (1962)

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Citation DOCUMENT Michael D. Coe.

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Mexico Ceramics and Clay: Compositional and Descriptive Data (2014)

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DATASET Matthew Boulanger. Lawrence Berkeley National Labratory.

[tDAR id: 372223] This spreadsheet contains elemental abundances, descriptions, and archaeological contexts for 88 ceramic and clay specimens from Mexico analyzed by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL). Elemental abundances were determined using neutron activation analysis, and all other values are in parts per million (ppm). Zero (0) values indicate missing values. Data are transcribed directly from computer printouts in the LBNL archives and spot checked for accuracy. All descriptive and contextual...


Neutron Activation Analysis of Ceramics from Mexico

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PROJECT Uploaded by: Matthew Boulanger

[tDAR id: 372222] This project contains data on 45 ceramic specimens from Cerro Portezuelo, Mexico, and 6 clay specimens from the surrounding region. These data were produced at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in the mid 1970s. The specimens were analyzed as part of Barbara Branstetter-Hardesty's Ph.D. dissertation work at the University of California, Los Angeles. Additional information regarding these specimens may be found in her dissertation: Branstetter-Hardesty, B. (1978) Ceramics of Cerro...


POLLEN ANALYSIS FOR AZ 88:13:1, THE ZANARDELLI SITE, SOUTHERN ARIZONA (2004)

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DOCUMENT Linda Scott Cummings. R.A. Varney.

[tDAR id: 379097] The Zanardelli site (AZ 88:13:1) is a large Classic period site located on the east side of the Santa Cruz River. Composite floor samples were collected to observe the types of pollen deposited inside the structures. Although the original research design was oriented towards comparison of results from several phases within the Classic occupation, final assignment of occupation for the structures represented by pollen samples does not provide sufficient variety to note changes through time.


POLLEN AND PHYTOLITH ANALYSIS FOR ROCK PILES, SITE AZ EE:3:48(ASM), TUCSON BASIN, ARIZONA (2001)

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DOCUMENT Linda Scott Cummings.

[tDAR id: 378629] Pollen and phytolith analyses were undertaken on samples from three rock piles at AZ EE:3:48, the Cottonwood Wash Rock Pile site. These rock piles are situated in semidesert grassland and probably represent Hohokam dry farming features used during the Classic period between AD 1100 and 1300. Rock piles often are interpreted to be associated with agave cultivation, although both maize and cotton pollen also have been recovered from sediments associated with rock piles in the Tucson Basin (Fish...


Prehispanic Settlement Regions of the IXtapalpa Peninsula Region, Mexico (1972)

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Citation DOCUMENT Richard E. Blanton.

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RITUAL DIVERSITY AND SOCIAL IDENTITIES: A STUDY OF MORTUARY BEHAVIORS AT TEOTIHUACAN (2009)

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DOCUMENT Sarah Clayton.

[tDAR id: 5686] The research presented here confronts the issue of ritual variation and its role in structuring the social dynamics of ancient Teotihuacan, a state that dominated central Mexico during the first half-millennium A.D. Most of Teotihuacan’s urban population lived in apartment compounds located across the city, but the nature of these co-residing groups is not well understood. Even less is known about how subordinate settlements beyond the city limits were organized and to what degree they...