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Bison Hides in Late Prehistoric Exchange In the Southern Plains (1991)

Citation DOCUMENT Darrell Creel.

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Late Sixteenth-Century Basque Banded Cooper Kettles (1993)

Citation DOCUMENT William R. Fitzgerald. Laurier Turgeon. Ruth Holmes Whitehead. James W. Bradley.

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Preliminary Analysis of Mississippian Lithic Technology at Wickliffe Mounds (15BA4), Ballard County, Kentucky (1994)

Citation DOCUMENT Philip J. Carr. Brad Koldehoff.

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When Trash Becomes Treasure: A Postclassic Maya Obsidian Core Cache from Nojpeten (2014)

DOCUMENT Angela McArdle.

This paper examines an obsidian cache offering excavated near the corner of a Postclassic Maya platform structure in Nojpeten, on the island of Flores, Guatemala. The cache consists of approximately 190 obsidian prismatic blade cores and core fragments, but the original number of cores placed in the cache likely fell between 173 and 182, with a best estimate of 177, 178, or 180. The cores were found about 20 cm southwest of the structure in a circular concentration measuring approximately 35 cm...

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