Ceramic Technology (Other Keyword)

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Alfarería en las fronteras de La Quebrada de Humahuaca, Jujuy, Argentina (Ceramics at the borders of the Humahuaca Quebrada, Jujuy Argentina) (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Veronica Acevedo.

Los materiales cerámicos arqueológicos polícromos denominados "vírgulas o comas " tienen una amplia pero desigual distribución espacial y son hallados en cantidades limitadas en sitios arqueológicos de las regiones de Puna central y Quebrada de Humahuaca, Jujuy, Noroeste de la República Argentina. Estas regiones mantienen límites ambientales y geográficos fronterizos. En el pasado los habitantes de ambas zonas sostenían una fluida comunicación, mantenido formas identitarias diferentes entre el...


Archaeological Study of the Minim Island Site: Early Woodland Dynamics in Coastal South Carolina (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Christopher T. Espenshade. Paul E. Brockington, Jr..

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The Beginnings of Pottery Making in the San Juan Area: Unfired Prototypes and the Wares of the Earliest Ceramic Period (1927)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Earl H. Morris.

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Ceramic Technology at a Weeden Island Period Archaeological Site in North Florida (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Ann S. Cordell.

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Ceramic Technology at the South Prong I Site (8HI418), Hillsborough County, Florida (1983)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jeffrey M. Mitchem.

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Ceramic Technology of the Nodena Phase Peoples (CA. A.D. 1400 To 1700) (1974)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael G. Million.

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Ceramics, Chronology, and Community Patterns: An Archaeological Study at Moundville (1983)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Vincas P. Steponaitis.

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Chaîne Opératoires and Technical Identity in Aguada Portezuelo Pottery: an Approach through Ceramic Petrography (Catamarca, Argentina) (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Guillermo De La Fuente.

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. The Aguada Portezuelo ceramic style (ca. AD 600 – AD 900) from Northwestern Argentine region, presents a highly stylistic variation and complexity in the forming techniques used by ancient potters, concerning surface treatments and the decoration applied to ceramic vessels. One of the most important features in these ceramics, is...


Continuity and Change in Apalachee Pottery Manufacture: a Technological Comparison of Apalachee-Style and Colono Ware Pottery from French Colonial Old Mobile and Mission San Luis de Talimali (2001)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Ann S. Cordell.

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Crafting Choices: Neolithic – Early Helladic II Ceramic Production and Distribution, Midea, Mainland Greece (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Clare Burke. Peter Day. Eva Alram-Stern. Katie Demakopoulo.

Forming part of a broader programme of macroscopic, petrographic, SEM, and NAA analysis of ceramics from Mainland Greece, this paper focuses on the Late Neolithic to Early Bronze II sequence at the site of Midea in the Argolid. Through investigating the technological variability present at Midea, our results suggest significant differences, and continuity, in technological choices over time. Most notable is the decline of grog temper between the Final Neolithic and Early Bronze Age periods....


Domestic architectural data - Chapter 7 (2011)
DATASET Matthew Peeples.

Domestic architectural data from Chapter 7 including room dimensions as well as information on the size, placement, and configuration of hearths and mealing bins


Early Plains Woodland and Middle Plains Woodland Occupation of the James River Region in Southeastern North Dakota (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael L. Gregg. Paul R. Picha.

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Experimental Ceramic Technology Studies: Programme for Belize Archaeology Project (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Sharon Hankins. Yarely Meza. Cristina Gonzales.

This is a multifaceted approach utilizing environmental, ethnographical, and ceramic studies from various instructors with feedback from students, faculty, and experienced potters. Incorporating this project in our field school, generates more knowledge and curiosity in the observation of materials in the field pertaining to this technology.The environment and its contribution to our needs such as clay, water, temper, fuel, and firing methods are some of the most important aspects of research....


Guidelines for Reporting Prehistoric Plains Ceramics (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Ann M. Johnson. William B. Butler. Stephen A. Chomko. J. J. Hoffman.

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Identity and Social Transformation in the Prehispanic Cibola World: A.D. 1150-1325
PROJECT Matthew Peeples.

This project contains raw data files associated with my Arizona State University dissertation. Identity and Social Transformation in the Prehispanic Cibola World: A.D. 1150-1325 For more up-to-date versions of these data and analyses see tDAR project: "Connected Communities: Networks, Identity, and Social Change in the Ancient Cibola World" https:// core.tdar.org/project/427899/


In and out of contact: comparing communication between sites with ceramic technology in prehistoric southern Vietnam (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Carmen Sarjeant.

Contact and communication between communities in the past can be identified through the comparison of material culture. Systematic studies of ceramic technological components including morphology, fabric and decoration have indicated that certain sites were exposed to networks of interaction more consistently than others. In a comparison between An Son and Rach Nui, both located in southern Vietnam with dates and evidence of occupation during the Neolithic period, from approximately 4000-3000...


Indian Ceramics (1960)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Anonymous.

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Louisiana in North American Prehistory (1965)
DOCUMENT Citation Only William G. Haag.

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McKeithen Weeden Island: the Culture of Northern Florida, A.D. 200-900 (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jerald T. Milanich. Ann S. Cordell. Vernon J. Knight, Jr.. Timothy A. Kohler. Brenda J. Sigler-Lavelle.

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Molding in Ceramic Production: Challenging Pervasive Views (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Izumi Shimada.

The use of one or more pairs of concave molds has been a major ceramic formation method throughout much of the world. This method has traditionally been seen as a rational solution to efficiently producing a large number of standardized products. This paper questions these views as being overly generalized or untenable in terms of data from excavated ceramic workshops and examination of products pertaining to Mochica and Sicán cultures on Peru's north coast and to the persistent figurine...


Nebo Hill Phase: Late Archaic Prehistory In the Lower Missouri Valley (1983)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kenneth C. Reid.

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Petrographic Perspectives on Ceramic Technology and Provenance in Northern Botswana (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only David Killick. Edwin Wilmsen.

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. Over the last 45 years, Wilmsen, James Denbow, and others have recovered ceramics from nearly thirty excavated sites, in the northern half of Botswana. Together with Phenyo Thebe and Ann Griffiths, Wilmsen has also sampled clays and sands throughout the region, has obtained samples of raw materials, and prepared pastes and pots...


The Phipps Bend Archaeological Project (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert H. III Lafferty.

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Potsherds: An Introduction To the Study of Prehistoric Southwestern Ceramics and Their Uses in Historic Reconstruction (1953)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Harold S. Colton.

The purpose of this little book is to outline in a concise form the methods used to make bits of broken pottery contribute to the history of the Southwest. In the interpretation of archaeological finds, pottery plays a most important role because of its wide distribution in time and space, its resistance to atmospheric weathering, and the number of culture traits that can be observed in pottery fragments. The manufacture of pottery is an old human activity. In the Old World pottery has been made...


Preliminary Compositional Analysis of Raw Clays and Ceramic Pastes from the Callejón de Huaylas, Highland Ancash, Peru (ca. 200-800 CE) (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only M. Elizabeth Grávalos. Rebecca E. Bria.

Located in north-central Peru, the highland Ancash region sits at an important geographic and scholarly intersection. Despite its position as a main thoroughfare between the northern and southern sierra, it is often neglected during discussions of the increased interregional interaction of the Middle Horizon (ca. 700-1000 CE). This period is characterized by the expansion of the Wari state out of the south highlands. There remains much to be known about the Middle Horizon in highland Ancash,...