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Warfare (Other Keyword)

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1982 Field Season at Fort Loudoun (36Fr107) (1983)

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American Samoa at War, 1940-1945 (1940)

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Anasazi Abandonment of the San Juan Drainage and the Numic Expansion (1989)

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Archaeological Context of Human Remains (1976)

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Archaeological Reconnaissance for the Mountain Warfare Training Center Family Housing Project, Coleville / Walker Area; Antelope Valley, Mono County, California (1981)

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Archaeology without Borders: Contact, Commerce, and Change in the U.S. Southwest and Northwestern Mexico (2008)

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Archaeology without Borders presents new research by leading U.S. and Mexican scholars and explores the impacts on archaeology of the border between the United States and Mexico. Including data previously not readily available to English-speaking readers, the twenty-four essays discuss early agricultural adaptations in the region and groundbreaking archaeological research on social identity and cultural landscapes, as well as economic and social interactions within the area now encompassed by...


Battlefield Archaeology in Ancient Europe and Southeast Asia: The Challenge of Remote Histories and Personification of War Events (2017)

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Archaeological studies of 'warfare' in their cultural settings have multiplied over time and include analyses of fortifications, military equipment, warrior paraphernalia, and human skeletal trauma, usually spanning broad time scales and including diverse archaeological contexts (e.g. town walls, weapons production workshops, cemeteries) that are often remote from the actual locales where warfare is carried out. In contrast, 'battlefield' archaeology focuses on relatively temporally compact...


Bioarcheology of the North Central United States (1997)

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Blunt Impact: The Role of War Clubs in Prehistoric Californian Warfare (2016)

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Conflict archaeology has recently begun to focus on the effect of warfare on hunter-gatherers. A key issue in Southern California revolves around the effectiveness of indigenous weaponry. Numerous accounts describe club-like weapons as well as bows and arrows. Little archaeological evidence, however, is available on the role and impact of these weapons on conflict. This paper reports on experiments designed to document trauma inflicted by weapons replicated from archaeological and museum...


Bow and Arrow Wars - Warfare Between the Yukon and Coastal Eskimos, the Magagmyut Warriors of the Coast (Draft) (1984)

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Caddo Interregional Warfare or Local Burial Practice: Using Strontium Isotopes from Outlying Sites to Assess Origins and Settlement Patterns of a Skull and Mandible Cemetery at the Crenshaw Site (2016)

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The 352 individuals from a skull and mandible cemetery at the Crenshaw site (3MI6) in southwest Arkansas have been argued to represent non-Caddo victims of warfare from other regions. Strontium isotopes taken from 80 individuals were processed as part of a NAGPRA grant and have been used to claim they supported evidence of interregional warfare between the Caddo and the Southern Plains. This paper demonstrates that sampling small animal teeth from surrounding sites can be used to test the...


Captive Bodies, Captive Power: Reexamining the Role of the Captive in Ancient Maya Art (2017)

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Stripped, humiliated, and often sacrificed, the captive in ancient Maya art acted as a potent symbol of defeat. Captives are a central theme of Maya art, appearing on media from painted vases to carved stone monuments. However, discussions of ancient Maya captives often focus on their captors: rulers, usually depicted as conquering warriors. "Captive Bodies, Captive Power" investigates, instead, the captives themselves. Treating the captive body as a cultural project that both modeled and...


Chapter 21: Wars (1980)

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Chapter 5. War and American Assistance (1918)

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Charles W. Quantrell: a True History of His Guerrella Warfare On the Missouri and Kansas Border During the Civil War of 1861-1865. By John P. Burch... As Told By Captian Harrison Trow (1923)

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The Cheyennes: Indians of the Great Plains (1960)

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Civil War Military Site Survey: Natchitoches Parish and Environs (1984)

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Class III Cultural Resources Reconnaissance of the Tonopah Electric Warfare Range Sites and Buried Power Lines, FY85, Nye County, Nevada (1984)

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Class III Cultural Resources Survey of Three Electronic Warfare Sites, Nye County, Nevada (1989)

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Climate Change, Subsistence and Warfare during the Late Pre-Columbian Period in the Lower Midwest (2016)

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Archaeologists are increasingly turning to climate change as part of their explanatory models of regional and interregional population movement, socio-cultural transformation, and the dissolution of societies in North America. In the lower Midwest, both megadroughts and megafloods have been invoked to explain declining agricultural returns, rises in conflict, and abandonment of major river valleys during the latter half of the Mississippian Period. However, the data sources and indices recording...


Confronting Conflict in the Tequila Region: Spatial Configurations in a Bellicose Landscape (2017)

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During the Late Postclassic, the Tequila region was home to multiple small, ethnically, and linguistically diverse polities, which both competed and cooperated with one another. This period was highly conflictive due to attempts by the Tarascan Empire to push its way into the valleys, wreaking havoc in several towns along the way. To the north, bellicose, nomadic groups were also a threat to Tequila’s population. Therefore, we hypothesize that Late Postclassic settlement patterns reflect this...


Considerations On Conquest: Two Iroquois Cases (1968)

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Contrasting Patterns of Mississippian Development (1991)

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COPING WITH CONFLICT: DEFENSIVE STRATEGIES AND CHRONIC WARFARE IN THE PREHISPANIC NASCA REGION (2017)

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Warfare was a significant sociopolitical practice throughout the Andes during the Late Intermediate Period (AD 1000–1450). A salient research topic within broader investigations of conflict is how populations cope with chronic warfare. This article utilizes statistical and GIS-based analyses of architectural features and settlement patterns to reconstruct defensive coping mechanisms among fortified settlements in the Southern Nasca region of Peru. Specifically, this research evaluates how...


Copper Spearhead from Western Oklahoma (1972)

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