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Aboriginal Patterns of Trade Between the Columbia Basin and the Northern Plains (1970)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Gillette Griswold.

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Allen-Greenwood Land Exchange (1978)
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Altica and the Role of Middlemen in Formative Obsidian Exchange (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Nadia Johnson. Kenneth Hirth.

Altica’s location, in the Patlachique Range 10 km away from the Otumba obsidian source, suggests a potentially significant role in the distribution of Otumba obsidian. Altica may have served as an important middleman and processing site in Formative obsidian exchange, but a greater understanding of the nature of these exchange relationships is required to define this role. This paper combines geochemical sourcing and technological data from obsidian from nine Early and Middle Formative sites,...


Ancient Maya Craft Specialization in the Belize Valley (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kelsey Sullivan. Jaime J. Awe.

Archaeological investigations during the last 20 years in Western Belize has recorded considerable evidence of craft specialization in this lowland Maya sub-region. Much of this information, however, has never been synthesized, thus providing us with a foggy lens through which to view the complexity of craft production, distribution and interaction at the intra- and inter-regional level. In an effort to address this situation, this paper examines different types of craft specialization in the...


The Ancient Mounds of Poverty Point: Place of Rings (2001)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jon L. Gibson.

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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...


Before Teotihuacan: The Origins of Complex Society in the Northeast Basin of Mexico (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Deborah Nichols. Wesley Stoner.

Teotihuacan grew explosively ca. 100 BC to become the most influential city in Mesoamerica. For several decades little research has been directed toward understanding the origins of complex society in the Teotihuacan Valley. Recent archaeological investigations at the Early-Middle Formative site of Altica provide a fresh perspective on dating the initial establishment of agricultural villages, early social and economic differentiation, and the development of intra-and inter-regional exchange...


Benton Points, Turkey Tails, and Cache Blades: Middle Archaic Exchange in the Midsouth (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jay K. Johnson. Samuel O. Brookes.

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The Best of All Worlds: Exploring exchange and interaction with Nicoyan, Caribbean Costa Rican and Panamanian societies at the Southern Costa Rican site of El Cholo. (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Roberto Herrera.

Recent work at the mid to late Formative site of El Cholo reveals that from at least the 3rd century AD, occupants of this mound complex interacted with Costa Rican Caribbean watershed social groups as well as western Panamanian Chiriquí societies. Evidence also demonstrates contact from as far north as the Guanacaste Nicoya region in place by the 10th or 11th centuries AD. Further analysis of the site suggests that interaction was likely initially predicated on trans-cordilleran ethnic and...


Ceramics of La Florida-Namaan: a Preliminary Report (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Joanne Baron. Liliana Padilla. Christopher Martinez. Arielle Pierson.

The Guatemalan archaeological site of La Florida, located on the San Pedro River near the Mexican border, was home to the Classic Maya polity known as Namaan. Hieroglyphic inscriptions from La Florida and elsewhere reveal the polity’s widespread political contacts with sites in western Peten, Tabasco, and beyond, as well as a dynastic history spanning three centuries. While known to archaeologists since 1943, the site has only recently been the subject of a multi-year research project. In this...


Connected Kilns: Examining interconnections of Trade in Southern China and the Philippines using LA-ICP-MS (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Rory Dennison.

This research, part of an ongoing dissertation project, examines a network of maritime trade between imperial China and Southeast Asia by considering issues of both production and distribution through the comparison of the chemical signatures of paste from porcelain samples obtained through Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectroscopy (LA-ICP-MS). Porcelain samples have been collected in the Philippines, and porcelain and clay samples have been collected from kiln and habitation...


A Consideration of the Social Organization of the Shell Mound Archaic (1996)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Cheryl P. Claassen.

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"Conspicuous Consumption" in Ancient Costa Rica and Panama (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Scott Palumbo.

This paper reviews the evidence for mortuary ranking in pre-Columbian Costa Rica and Panama, specifically as it relates to participation in broader trade and exchange networks. An interpretative approach originally developed by Halstead and O'Shea is evaluated against the Binford-Saxe model. SAA 2015 abstracts made available in tDAR courtesy of the Society for American Archaeology and Center for Digital Antiquity Collaborative Program to improve digital data in archaeology. If you are the...


Continuities of Imagery and Symbolism in the Art of the Woodlands (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only David W. Penney.

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Contrasting Patterns of Mississippian Development (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Vincas P. Steponaitis.

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Contrastive Features of Native North American Trade Systems. In For the Chief: Essays In Honor of Luther S. Cressman (1972)
DOCUMENT Citation Only W. Raymond Wood.

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Cowan-Greenwood Land Exchange (1975)
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Culture of Stone: Sacred and Profane Uses of Stone among the Dani (1999)
DOCUMENT Citation Only O. W. Hampton.

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Early Historic Overseas Exchanges in Tamra, Jeju (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Chang-Hwa Kang.

Overseas exchanges are a key interest in Jeju archaeology as several sites there document intricate networks in early historical periods. The term "Tamra" is first appeared in the "Samguk Sagi (History of the Three Kingdom, 1145)," and is widely believed to refer political entities in Jeju. In archaeology, "Tamra" often refers to the period from c. 200 BC to AD 1105, and if further divided into three phases. The Tamra Formation period (200 BC–AD 200) marks a population increase and increasing...


Esnesv Stories: Muskogee Oral Traditions, Trader-Diplomats, and Sacred Landscapes (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Lee Bloch.

It has long been obvious to archaeologists that Mississippian and Woodland mound centers in Southeastern and Midwestern United States were parts of large-scale regional exchange networks. However, modeling how goods moved from point A to point B remains more troublesome. Do these goods represent direct or down the line exchange? Do they represent a shared ceremonial complex or loose connections between very different complexes? Oral traditions maintained by a descendant Muskogee (Creek) tribal...


Examining Sources of Glazed Ceramics In Mesopotamia in Late Antiquity (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only David Hill. Jan Petrík. Karel Novácek. Ali Ismail Al-Juboury.

This is an abstract from the "Cross-Cultural Petrographic Studies of Ceramic Traditions" session, at the 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. Estimation of provenance in fine ceramics is a challenging task. Documenting the trade in glazed Sassanian and Islamic ceramics into southeast Asia and China has driven an interest in identifying the sources of these ceramics. We have defined three hypothetical provenance groups 1) Greater and Lesser Zab catchment (Arbil area),...


Exchange and Interaction in the Caribbean: The View from Two Collections of the Smithsonian (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only L. Curet.

Recent research in the Caribbean has produced strong evidence of long distance interaction throughout the Circum-Caribbean region, including possible direct exchange between Central America and the Greater Antilles across the Caribbean Sea. A recent casual survey of the Caribbean collections in the Smtihsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian and the National Museum of Natural History has identified two objects that may add information on this topic. The first one is a three-pointer...


Exchange Systems in Prehistory (1977)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Timothy K. Earle. Jonathon E. Erickson.

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Forming bonds in the Late Intermediate Period Huaura Valley and central coast of Peru (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Allen Rutherford.

This paper will examine the ceramic forms from excavated contexts at Cerro Colorado de Huacho, Huaura Valley, Peru in order to address conflict, cooperation, and exchange on the central coast of Peru in the Late Intermediate Period (LIP) (AD 1000-1450). Though dominated by Chancay black-on-white and Lauri impressed ceramic styles, the range of diversity in forms from Cerro Colorado is sizable. The diversity of these forms from will be compared and contrasted to ceramics from contemporaneous...


From Quarry to Cornfield: the Political Economy of Mississippian Hoe Production (2000)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Charles R. Cobb.

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