Settlement Pattern Survey (Other Keyword)

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Agricultural Temple Communities at Angkor, Cambodia (2021)
DATASET Sarah Klassen.

Data from: "Klassen, Sarah, et al. (2021), 'Provisioning an Early City: Spatial Equilibrium in the Agricultural Economy at Angkor, Cambodia', Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory."


Archaeological data analyzed in Ortman et al. Cities: Complexity, Theory and History. (2020)
DATASET Scott Ortman.

Population and Area data for archaeological settlement systems from across the world.


An Archaeological Survey of the Manu'a Islands, American Samoa (1988)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Terry L. Hunt. Patrick V. Kirch.

This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this document. The information in this record has been migrated into tDAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and updated. Most NADB-R records consist of a document citation and other metadata but do not have the documents themselves uploaded. If you have a digital copy of the document and would like to have it curated in tDAR, please contact us at comments@tdar.org.


Architectural data from the Tarma and Upper Mantaro Drainages, Peru (2016)
DATASET Kaitlyn Davis. Scott Ortman.

Data analyzed in Table 4 of "Settlement Scaling and Economic Change in the Central Andes," by Ortman, Davis, Lobo, Smith, Bettencourt and Trumbo.


City Size Data for Postclassic Mesoamerica (2017)
DATASET Michael Smith.

Total site areas, epicenter areas, and population estimates for Postclassic Mesoamerican cities, presented in various publications by Michael E. Smith and others.


Data on professional diversity in ancient Roman cities (2017)
DATASET John Hanson.

Data on professional diversity in Roman cities of the Imperial period analyzed in Hanson, et al. "Settlement Scaling and the Division of Labor in the Roman Empire," Journal of the Royal Society Interface.


Plaza sizes for Mesoamerican cities (2017)
DATASET Alanna Ossa. Michael E. Smith.

Plaza area and population for Postclassic Mesoamerican cities analyzed in: Ossa, Alanna, Michael E. Smith, and José Lobo (2017). The Size of Plazas in Mesoamerican Cities: A Quantitative Analysis and Social Interpretation. Latin American Antiquity 28(4): 457-475.


Population, area, and infrastructural measures for Roman cities of the Imperial period (2019)
DATASET John Hanson. Scott Ortman.

Data analyzed in: Hanson, John W., Scott G. Ortman, Luis M. A. Bettencourt, and Liam C. Mazur (2019). Urban form, infrastructure, and spatial organization in the Roman Empire. Antiquity 93(368).


Postclassic City Size Metadata (2017)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Michael Smith.

Metadata for the associated excel file containing settled area, epicenter area, and population estimates for Postclassic Mesoamerican cities.


Settlement areas and house areas from the Central Mesa Verde and Middle Missouri regions (2017)
DATASET Scott Ortman. Grant Coffey.

Data files containing information on house counts, house areas, and settlement areas analyzed in Ortman and Coffey (2017): Settlement Scaling in Middle Range Societies. American Antiquity 82(4).


Settlement Areas and Patio Group Areas from the Tarma and Upper Mantaro Drainages, Peru (2016)
DATASET Scott Ortman. Kaitlyn Davis.

Data analyzed in Table 2 of "Settlement Scaling and Economic Change in the Central Andes," by Ortman, Davis, Lobo, Smith, Bettencourt and Trumbo.


Settlement data from the 1960-1975 Basin of Mexico Surveys (2014)
DATASET Scott Ortman.

Data analyzed in Ortman, S. G., A. H. F. Cabaniss, J. Sturm, and L. M. A. Bettencourt, The Pre-History of Urban Scaling, PLOS ONE (Feb. 2014).


Settlement Scaling and Increasing Returns in an Ancient Society (2015)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Scott Ortman.

Main text and SI of published paper in PDF format. The SI includes a series of datasets derived from the Basin of Mexico surveys that are analyzed in the main text.


Social Reactors Project datasets
PROJECT Uploaded by: Scott Ortman

Datasets from various publications of the Social Reactors Project