Archaeological Implications On the Role of Salt As an Element of Cultural Diffusion
Author(s): Richard O. Keslin
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Archaeological Implications On the Role of Salt As an Element of Cultural Diffusion. Richard O. Keslin. Missing Journal Name 00769576: CNPO. 26: 1-181. 1964 ( tDAR id: 81443)
23SG112 • 23SG113 • 23SG350 • 23SG5 • 23SG7 • 23SG75 • Based On Phd, Univ of Missouri • Bluff Site • Burial Site • Cole Site • Copperhead Site • Cornucopia Site • Ethnology of Salt Use • Fortnight Site • Historic Archaeology • Historic Archeology • Kreilich Site • Mound • Salt • Salt Processing • Salt Processing Site • Stratified Site • Trade
min long: -90.459; min lat: 37.67 ; max long: -89.925; max lat: 38.128 ;
NADB document id number(s): 5150275
NADB citation id number(s): 000000161713