Settlement Pattern Archaeology (Other Keyword)

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An Amazonian Crossroads: Results from Pilot Fieldwork on the Xingu-Amazon Confluence, Brazil (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Anna Browne Ribeiro. Helena Pinto Lima.

The mouth of the Xingu River was an important Lower Amazonian crossroads in colonial-historic times, as attested to in documentary sources. However, little is known about the rich precolumbian past evinced by extensive terra preta (anthropogenic black earth) and abundant artifact deposits. Here, we present research aimed at understanding the longue durée of the spatial articulation of cultural and natural systems. Sited at the entrance to the Xingu River, Carrazedo was a prominent...

Archaeological Survey of Point Reyes Peninsula and a Settlement Pattern Hypothesis (1968)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert L. Edwards.

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