Glass Beads (Other Keyword)

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A 3D Scan of a Large Lead Seal from the Port Dauphin Village site (1MB221), Mobile County, Alabama. (2000)
SENSORY DATA Graph Synergie.

A high-resolution 3D scan of a large British lead seal from the Port Dauphin Village site (1MB221) produced by Graph Synergie of Quebec and Montreal for the University of South Alabama Center for Archaeological Studies. These files can be viewed with Blender (http://www.blender.org) or GLC Player (http://www.glc-player.net). This lead seal was originally gilt.


Aboriginal Patterns of Trade Between the Columbia Basin and the Northern Plains (1970)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gillette Griswold.

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Analysis of Glass Beads from 9GE948 (1979)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Marvin T. Smith.

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Analysis of Glass Beads Sites 9GE37 and 9MG99 (1979)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Marvin T. Smith.

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Archaeological Investigations at Guapiabit, CA-Sbr-1913. 85PP (1999)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Mark Q. Sutton. Joan S. Schneider.

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Archaeological Investigations at Muscupiabit (1988)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Donn R. Grenda.

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Archaeological Investigations at the Posey Site (18CH281) and 18CH282 Indian Head Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center (2005.012)
PROJECT Navy.

The two sites were located and initially tested during a survey of limited portions of the facility in 1985. At that time, the Posey Site was interpreted as a probable Contact Period deposit thought to date from ca. 1600 A.D. to an unknown terminal point. Several intact subsurface features were discovered, one of which yielded material radiocarbon dated to 1575 +/- 90 years A.D. The fieldwork conducted during the present investigation consisted of the excavation of 510 shovel test pits and 37...


Archaeological Investigations at the Wardrop-Buck House, Upper Marlboro, Maryland (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Martha J. Schiek. Ronald A. Thomas.

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Archaeological Investigations at Vontrigger Springs, Eastern Mojave Desert, CA (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robin Novickas. Mark Q. Sutton.

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Archaeological Survey of the Jackson Hole Region, Wyoming. (Part 1 of 2, Master's Thesis, Department of Anthropology, University of Wyoming) (1975)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Charles M. Love.

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Archaeological Survey of the Proposed 153 Acre Georgetown Business Park in Scott County, Kentucky (2002)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jack M. Schock.

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Archaeology of CA-Iny-30: Prehistoric Culture Change in the Southern Owens Valley, California, Pm 45.0 / 55.1 (1988)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Mark E. Basgall. Kelly R. McGuire.

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Archeological Excavation of Lockhouse 29 (1978)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Steven J. Phillips.

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Archeological Survey of the Mojave River Area and Adjacent Regions (1963)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gerald A. Smith.

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Are There Any French Glass Beads In Quebec (16th and 17th Centuries)? (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only adelphine bonneau. Reginald Auger. Bernard Gratuze. Jean-François Moreau.

Hundreds of pounds of glass beads were imported among other goods by French settlers during the historical period. Those glass beads are found on several contexts from trading posts to Jesuits houses; alone or on objects: chaplets, bracelets, cloths. Although those beads were imported by French people, were they manufactured in France? If not, where do they come from? Is there a difference between beads found in trading posts and those from French settlements (settler use)? Is it possible to...


Artifact Photographs from Various Archaeological Sites, Fort A.P. Hill (2008)
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This resource page contains the color photographs of artifacts from Fort A.P. Hill. Site numbers for the artifacts are indicated in the file name.


Artifact Photographs, Posey Site, Colonial Encounters (3 of 3) (2014)
IMAGE St. Mary's College of Maryland, St. Mary's City, Maryland. Colonial Encounters Archaeological Project.

These photographs were generated by archaeological investigations of the Posey site during the Colonial Encounters: The Lower Potomac River Valley at Contact, 1500-1720 AD project. This record (part 3) includes the next 12 images.


Artifact Photos from Structure 01, Old Mobile (1MB94), Mobile County, Alabama. (1989)
IMAGE Gregory Waselkov.

Artifact photos from Structure 1 at Old Mobile (1MB94). A sampling of European and Indian artifacts found at Structure 1 at the Old Mobile site, including porcelain, San Luis polychrome, stoneware, and olive jar fragments.


Artifact Photos from the Augustin Rochon Plantation site (1BA337), Baldwin County, Alabama. (1996)
IMAGE Gregory Waselkov. Bonnie L. Gums.

Artifact photos from the Augustin Rochon Plantation site (1BA337).


Artifacts from Lafarge Site, Redlands, California (1988)
DOCUMENT Citation Only James Brock. William A. Sawyer. Paul W. Wormser.

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Augustin Rochon Plantation (1BA337), Baldwin County, Alabama.
PROJECT Uploaded by: Sarah Mattics

Southwestern Alabama's colonial history is represented by the sites of settlements, forts, villages, and river plantations that spanned the French (1699-1763), British (1763-1780) and Spanish (1780-1813) periods. In the eighteenth century, over 60 plantations were established along the major waterways around Mobile, but fewer than ten have been identified as archaeological sites, and excavation has occured at only four. Unfortunately, many of the historic sites around Mobile Bay now lie beneath...


Bead Biographies: Exploring the Movement of Glass Beads in Colonial California (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lee Panich. Rebecca Allen.

Recent excavations at Mission San José (ca. 1797-1840s) in central California unearthed over 3,000 glass beads. Such items are commonly recovered from Spanish colonial missions and contemporaneous sites on the Pacific Coast of North America, yet they have proven difficult to interpret beyond their assumed role as trade beads. We believe there is great potential for the humble glass bead to serve as the reference point against which to understand the complex social relationships that constituted...


The Blown Glass Beads of Garden Bay, British Columbia (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Stephanie Halmhofer.

In May 2015, a disturbed burial was uncovered in Garden Bay, British Columbia, within close proximity to the large shíshálh village site of Sexwamin (DjSa-3). Found in association with the burial were 244 intact smooth, unadorned mold-blown (SUMB) glass beads and 40 SUMB glass bead fragments. Due to their extremely fragile nature, blown glass beads are rare in archaeological contexts and the beads from Garden Bay are from one of only five sites in North America where SUMB glass beads have been...


Comments On the Korell-Bordeaux Site (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Alan Korell.

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The Complex Story of Complex Beads: Elemental Analysis of Some Early Types from the Southeastern US (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Dennis Blanton. Elliot Blair.

Glass beads are one of the most important artifact types on colonial archaeological sites, providing insights into colonial trade networks and helping address critical chronological issues. In this paper, using a sample of 16th to 17th century beads from Mission Santa Catalina de Guale (GA), the Glass Site (GA), and Jamestown (VA), as well as a comparative sample from Venice, we use LA-ICP-MS and XRF analyses to examine elemental variability within and across these assemblages. Primarily...