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ACRA News and ACRA Edition, February 2003 - Fall 2010 (2003)

DOCUMENT [ID: 381025] American Cultural Resources Association.

ACRA Newsletters (Includes ACRA News and ACRA Edition) In 1995, with the formation of ACRA, the organizational publication called ACRA News began. Initially, the costs for publication was largely borne by ACRA but, in part, subsidized by Gray & Pape, Inc. In the first edition of the newsletter in October 1995 the following was stated: This publication’s purpose is to provide members with the latest information on the association’s activities and to provide up to date information on federal and...


ACRA News and ACRA Edition, October 1995 - December 2002 (1995)

DOCUMENT [ID: 381024] American Cultural Resources Association.

ACRA Newsletters (Includes ACRA News and ACRA Edition) In 1995, with the formation of ACRA, the organizational publication called ACRA News began. Initially, the costs for publication was largely borne by ACRA but, in part, subsidized by Gray & Pape, Inc. In the first edition of the newsletter in October 1995 the following was stated: This publication’s purpose is to provide members with the latest information on the association’s activities and to provide up to date information on federal and...


Apalachicola Planning Study, Phase One: Economic Development Through Historic Preservation (1975)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 107266] Willoughby Marshall.

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.


History and Historic Sites Survey of Johnson, Nemaha, Pawnee, and Richardson Counties in Southeastern Nebraska (1969)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 152678] John Q. Magie. Carl H. Jones.

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Karanis and Qara el-Hamra: spatial organization of settlements in the ancient Fayum, Egypt (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 405368] Bethany Simpson. Emily Cole.

The Fayum region of Egypt was transformed by extensive agricultural development in the second century BCE; irrigation projects increased arable land, and many new towns and villages were founded in order to accommodate a growing population. These settlements were originally designed according to the Greek tradition of orthogonal grid planning, creating orderly "blocks" of buildings between intersecting streets. However, over time, layers of both civic and private domestic construction began to...


Nebraska Capitol and Environs Plan (1978)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 151912] Thomas S. Laging. Robert L. Schluntz.

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New Data on the Urban Grid at Nixtun-Ch’ich’, Petén, Guatemala (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 404144] Timothy Pugh.

Gridded settlements are rare in the Americas and previously unknown in the Maya world until the Spanish conquest. Recent work has documented a modular orthogonal grid at Nixtun-Ch’ich’, Petén, Guatemala. The grid appears to have been imposed upon much of the site around 400-200 BCE. In other parts of the world, planned orthogonal grids are frequently associated with powerful central authority. If this were the case at Nixtun-Ch’ich’ then then this act of power is correlated with the emergence of...

Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America