Greenland (Country) (Geographic Keyword)

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К истории металлургии у индеитсев севернои Америки: обработка меди (1959)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Julia Pavlovna Averkieva.

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Aasivissuit - The Great Summer Camp. Archaeological, ethnographical and zooarchaeological studies of a caribou hunting site in West Greenland (1983)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Bjarne Grønnow. Morten Meldgaard. J B Nielsen.

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Ahnkuttie – Animating a hide-on-frame Greenland-style Qayaq (2008)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kiliii Yu.

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Alte eskimoische Werkzeuge mit eisernen Klingen. Anhang: Bericht über die metallkundliche Untersuchung zweier Eskimo-Werkzeuge (1965)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Radomír Pleiner. Heinz Israel.

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Ambiguous beings: the ontological autonomy of Inuit dogs (2016)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Peter Whitridge.

Part of the attraction of relational ontology is its encouragement to discard conventional epistemological hierarchies. We needn’t frame our investigations with the usual weighty themes – economy, social relations, ideology – but can begin anywhere, with any sort of question, and tug on the thread until the archaeological fabric unravels. Here I begin with dogs, and their relations with humans and other animals in the Inuit past. Inuit had an exceptionally complex relationship with the dogs that...


Application of the Canine Surrogacy Approach to Holocene and Iron Age Sites in Siberia (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lacey Fleming. Robert Losey.

Humans and dogs have been living together for thousands of years, participating in various forms of relationships. One of these relationships involves the partial or complete provisioning of dogs by humans. Because of these practices, it has been argued that a dog’s diet should generally resemble that of the humans with whom it lived. This proposed interspecies dietary similarity has been an important aspect of some archaeological studies in that dog stable isotope values are in many cases used...


Archaeobotany and the Terramara Archaeological park of Montale (Emilia-Romagna, Northern Italy): experiences of public education (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Alessia Pelillo. Giovanna Bosi. Assunta Florenzano. Elisa Fraulini. Maria Chiara Montecchi. Elena Righi. Rossella Rinaldi. Cristiana Zanasi.

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Archaeological Excavations at Qassiarsuk, 2005 – 2006 (field report) (2007)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Uploaded by: Tol Cherry

This is the data structure report of the Qassiarsuk international archaeological project in 2005 and 2006 at the ruin Ø29a (KNK61V3-III-539). Here can be found, a.o., descriptions of the methodology selected for the excavation, the excavations themselves, lists of everything that was recorded during the two seasons, i.e. finds, samples, archaeological units, etc. Here are also published the preliminary interpretations of the data and discussion for future work at Ø29a. The main aim of...


Archaeological Investigations in Vatnahverfi, Greenland 2008 Season Preliminary Report (2009)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Konrad Smiarowski.

July and August 2008 was the fourth season of the collaborative Norse Settlement in the Vatnahverfi Region, South Greenland ca. AD 985 – 1450 Project. The Danish Middle Ages & Renaissance Department at The Danish National Museum and the Greenland National Museum and Archives (NKA) collaborated with the Northern Science and Education Center at City University of New York (NORSEC/CUNY) to complete an archaeological project in Southwestern Greenland, in the Qaqortoq Municipality. The project...


Archaeological Investigations in Vatnahverfi, Greenland 2008 Season Preliminary Report (field report) (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Konrad Śmiarowski.

July and August 2008 was the fourth season of the collaborative Norse Settlement in the Vatnahverfi Region, South Greenland ca. AD 985 – 1450 Project. The Danish Middle Ages & Renaissance Department at The Danish National Museum and the Greenland National Museum and Archives (NKA) collaborated with the Northern Science and Education Center at City University of New York (NORSEC/CUNY) to complete an archaeological project in Southwestern Greenland, in the Qaqortoq Municipality. The...


Archaeology by experiment (Japanese translation) (1977)
DOCUMENT Citation Only John Morton Coles.

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Archäologie mit Nadel und Faden – Möglichkeiten der experimentellen Kostümkunde (2006)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Katrin Kania.

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Archäologische Freilichtmuseen in Europa – Archaeological Open Air Museums in Europe (2002)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Martin Schmidt. Gunter Schöbel. Peter Walter. Matthias Baumhauer. Tomas Johansson. Roeland P Paardekooper.

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Arctic Archery (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Errett Callahan. David Wescott.

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Arctic Archery: Part II (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Errett Callahan. David Wescott.

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Arqueologia Experimental (translation of ”archaeology by experiment” by TORRINHA, Maria Fernanda) (1976)
DOCUMENT Citation Only John Morton Coles.

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At the Heart of the Ikaahuk Archaeology Project (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lisa Hodgetts. Laura Kelvin.

For several years, we have been working with Inuvialuit community members from Sachs Harbour in Canada’s Northwest Territories, developing a research partnership called the Ikaahuk Archaeology Project (IAP). Many Inuvialuit connect with the past through "doing"; engaging in a range of traditional and non-traditional activities. Through them, they come to know the past physically, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually. While archaeologists primarily engage with the past intellectually,...


Brattahlid N Farm NKA 2629 DEC 17 06 (2006)
DATASET Thomas H. McGovern.

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Covering Bones: The Archaeology of Respect on the Kazan River, Nunavut (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Max Friesen. Andrew Stewart.

Complex relationships between people and animals define life in the northern past. For Inuit these relationships are manifested in many ways; particularly in practices that are often described as "showing respect" for animals, thus promoting stable relations between animal and human societies. Frustratingly, many of these activities, which are so prominent in the ethnographic record, have few archaeological correlates. Here, we examine one important practice with a relatively high level of...


Cutmarks on Prehistoric Alcidae Tibiotarsi in the Rat Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Joshua Howard. Caroline Funk. Debra Corbett. Brian Hoffman. Ariel Taivalkoski.

The Rat Islands Research Project (2009-2014) examined pre-contact era Aleut/Unangan archaeological sites on Hawadax and Kiska Islands to test hypotheses about Aleut impacts on and intersections with the environment. The 2003 test excavations at RAT-081 on Hawadax Islands resulted in the recovery of more than 6,000 remarkably well-preserved faunal specimens, which date from 2500 to 250 years ago and include fish, sea mammal, and bird species. The 2104 test excavation at KIS-050 on Kiska Island...


The Daily Grind: Trends in Grinding Stone Use in Eastern Tigrai from 1600 BCE to Modern Times (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Laurie Nixon-Darcus.

A morphological investigation of grinding stones recovered from the Northern Ethiopian site of Mezber revealed changes through time that likely were made to increase efficiencies. The need for efficiency may have been due to increasing needs (e.g. larger populations, an increasing reliance on grains in the diet, a desire to reduce grinding times). Through the phases at Mezber the archaeological evidence suggests a change in the quantity of grinding stones. The growing numbers of recovered...


Das Feuerbohren nach indianischer Weise (1903)
DOCUMENT Citation Only M Schmidt.

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Dependent Independence? Identity, Interconnection, and Isolation in Iceland (AD 870-1800) (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kevin Smith.

This paper will explore intersections among international trade, domestic economy, and identity in Iceland from the time of its settlement shortly before AD 870 until its quest for post-colonial, independent nation status in the late-19th century. Focusing primarily on three periods—the Viking Age: AD 870-1050, the medieval/Sturlung period: ca. AD 1150-1300, and the Early Modern era, ca. 1500-1800—this presentation will integrate archaeological data gleaned from a range of recent projects with...


Der Ursprung des Mais - eine neue Theorie (1986)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Paul C Mangelsdorf.

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E 172 March 14 2012 (2012)
DATASET Konrad Smiarowski.

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