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Absicht oder Zufall? Untersuchungen zu verbrannten Axtfragmenten der neolithischen Siedlung Gachnang/Niederwil/Egelsee (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 425352] Jonas Nyffeler.

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Adalékok a középkori kerektemplomaink eredetéhez (2010)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 423755] Ákos Nemcsics.

Ideas on the origin of the medieval rotundas in Hungary.


Alapító vagy építőmester? (Alapítási domorművek az örmény építészetben) (2001)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 423765] T Guzsik.

Founder or master builder? Foundation-relieves in Armenian architecture.


All the Gods of the World: Modern Maya Agricultural and Rain Ritual in Yucatan, Mexico (2017)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 430125] Bradley Russell.

The modern residents of Yucatán, Mexico blend traditional Maya beliefs in a pantheon of ancient gods and other supernatural forces with more recent Catholic traditions flowing from centuries of Spanish colonial influence. This paper compares and contrasts modern rituals from the Yucatec Maya village of Telchaquillo, Yucatán. Each rite was associated with a local cenote, limestone sinkholes that along with caves serve as accesses to the Maya underworld and homes to the gods themselves. My...


An Archaeological and Historical Inquiry of Andagua, Peru, 1000-1800AD (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 398120] Alexander Menaker.

This paper outlines developing dissertation research that integrates archaeological and historical evidence about the community of Andagua and the Ayo Valley in the Southern Peruvian Andes. Constructed as a Spanish colonial reducción, Andagua resides in a seldom-visited highland area, and today is merely considered a rural, provincial neighbor of Arequipa. Andagua, however, has a striking past evident in the substantial prehispanic remains that surround and lie buried beneath the contemporary...


Archaeological and Historical Resources in the San Antonio-Guadalupe River Basins: a Preliminary State (1975)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 153169] Thomas R. Hester.

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Archaeological Examination and Historical Overview of Five Sites in Elsinore, Sevier County, Utah (1985)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 49120] Michael A. Peterson. Don Southworth. Asa S. Nielson.

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Archaeological Investigations at Wister Lake, Leflore County, Oklahoma (1978)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 67369] Jerry R. Galm.

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Archaeological Survey of the Proposed Parcel of Land For the Native American Indian Religion of Eastern Dine Chapter In Nageezi Chapter, San Juan County, New Mexico (1996)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 217878] Nathaniel Todea.

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The Archaeology of Religion in America (2013)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 428677] Richard Veit. Sherene Baugher.

This paper provides a brief overview of our forthcoming book on the historical archaeology of religious beliefs and practices in America.  The archaeology of religion has included traditional fieldwork, as well as aboveground archaeology.  Many archaeologists have focused their attention on religious communities and places of worship: churches, Quaker meeting houses, Jewish synagogues, Buddhist temples, Pueblo kivas and Mormon temples.  In California, the Southwest, Southeast, and Northeast,...


Archaeology of Religion in Nicaragua (2017)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 430189] Monica Briseno.

This past summer I was given the opportunity to participate in an archaeology field school conducted in the country of Nicaragua. For the past 15 years, archaeologists have excavated sites along the shore of Lake Cocibolca in search for Mexican colonization. During my participation in the field school, we continued this quest through investigations at the site of El Rayo, the most significant site for studying the potential impact of outsiders on indigenous cultural traditions. The core...


The Archaeology of Skedemosse II The Votive Deposits in the Skedemosse Fen and their Relation to the Iron Age Settlement on Öland, Sweden (1967)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 423638] U-E Hagberg.

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The Archaeology of Souls: A Foundation through Systematic Survey of Historic Woodland and Plains Native American Soul Concepts (2016)

DOCUMENT [ID: 405029] Brianna Rafidi. Christopher Carr. Mary Kupsch.

The potential for accurately reconstructing prehistoric Woodland and Plains Indian societies’ notions of human soul-like essences using symbolically rich mortuary remains and art can be improved when analogous, comparative ethnohistorical information is collected systematically and with sensitivity to tribal and regional variations. Literature on 49 historic Woodland-Plains tribes produced 643 cases informing on nine selected subjects: number and locations of souls in an individual, number of...


The Archaeology of Yiddish Folklore: Towards an Understanding of Jewish Folk Practice in the 19th Century (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 433827] David M Markus.

Jews, as a cultural and religious group, have been largely underrepresented in archaeological studies of diaspora populations. Recently there has been a paradigm shift in diaspora archaeology toward understanding these populations from both the perspective of their originating geography as well as their diasporic home. The archaeology of Jewry in North America has largely centered on a period, from 1820-1880, that largely saw migrations from Eastern European populations. These people, known...


The Arrival of Belief:religion and art at the extremities of the Silk Roads, AD 500-800 (2017)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 428999] Sam Nixon. Simon Kaner.

Most studies of Silk Road connections between East Asia and Europe focus on exchanges between China and the Roman and Byzantine worlds. In Japan however the eastern Silk Road terminus is regarded as Nara where the Imperial Palace gathered a wealth of treasures from Central Asia. At the other end of Eurasia, silk and Buddhist images discovered in northwestern Europe testify to the Silk Road’s significance beyond its commonly-accepted western terminus. This presentation seeks to insert these...


The Assiniboine (1909)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 277737] Robert H. Lowie.

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The Aymara Indians of the Lake Titicaca Plateaus, Bolivia (1948)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 255807] Weston LaBarre.

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The Aztecs of Central Mexico: An Imperial Society (1982)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 241168] Frances F. Berdan.

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Balsalobre on Idolatry in Oaxaca (1959)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 250443] James H. Carmichael.

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The Beaver Indians (1916)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 278008] Pliny E. Goddard.

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Being Indian in Hueyapan: a Study of Forced Identity in Contemporary Mexico (1975)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 85708] Judith Friedlander.

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Beiträge zur mittelalterlichen Baukultur oder Erfahrungen über den Bau einer Rotunde (2009)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 422719] Ákos Nemcsics.

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The Bella Coola Indians, Volume 1 (1992)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 241172] T. F. McIlwraith.

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The Birth of the Gods: the Origin of Primitive Beliefs (1960)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 85574] Guy E. Swanson.

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BREACHING SPIRITUAL BORDERS: How Indigenous Religious Ontologies Colonized Christianity (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 403892] Shannon Iverson.

In 1524, only three years after the military conquest of central Mexico was complete, twelve Franciscan friars arrived in New Spain to begin an ambitious religious conversion program. The friars arrived in a territory where landscapes, buildings, and everyday objects (such as foodstuffs and ceramic objects) were already “mythologized”—deeply imbued with supernatural connotations. For the Spanish priests, Indigenous worlds were always potential minefields of spiritual pollution. Therefore, though...

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