Conquest (Other Keyword)

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And why would you want to study that? Reflections on Post-Conquest Archaeology (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Allison L Bain. Reginald Auger.

When Dr. Elizabeth Scott visited us in Quebec City during her last sabbatical leave she was interested in post-Conquest collections from the îlot des Palais and Île-aux-Oies sites. We were happy to oblige as the years immediately following the British Conquest are understudied, ignored and perhaps forgotten at times by archaeologists in our region. Is this due to the fact that we work in Quebec City, best known for its French flavour? And for its promotion of French heritage? After the Conquest,...

Archaeologies of the Norman Conquest (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Naomi Sykes. Elizabeth Craig-Atkins. Ben Jervis. Aleksandra McClain.

This is an abstract from the "Mind the Gap: Exploring Uncharted Territories in Medieval European Archaeology" session, at the 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Despite the long-standing truism in archaeology that the Norman Conquest of England is largely invisible in ‘the stuff of everyday life’, an abundance of material remains dating to the 11th and 12th centuries has been recovered through excavation and still survives above ground. It is now becoming clear that...

Deep History and Material Culture of the Spanish Invasion of Mesoamerica (2020)
DOCUMENT Citation Only David Carballo.

This is an abstract from the session entitled "Plus Ultra: An examination of current research in Spanish Colonial/Iberian Underwater and Terrestrial Archaeology in the Western Hemisphere." , at the 2020 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. Through its focus on changes in human societies over the longue durée and the materiality of our existence, archaeology offers a valuable perspective on historic cross-cultural encounters viewed as deep history with tangible...

Modern-World Archaeology at Ciudad Vieja, El Salvador (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only William R. Fowler.

This is an abstract from the "The Transformation of Historical Archaeology: Papers in Honor of Charles E Orser, Jr" session, at the 2019 annual meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. Founded in 1525, rapidly abandoned, and refounded in 1528, the first villa of San Salvador had a resident indigenous population many times greater than its Spanish population. Abandoned 1545-60, its brief occupation spans the crucial years of the Conquest period in Central America. The well-preserved...