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The Archaeology of frontiers and boundaries (1985)

Citation DOCUMENT Stanton W. Green. Stephen M. Perlman.

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Archeology of the Eastern Powder River Basin, Wyoming (1977)

Citation DOCUMENT George M. Zeimens. Danny N. Walker.

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Ceramic Patterning and Social Structure at Two Late Historic Upper Creek Sites in Alabama (1978)

Citation DOCUMENT Roy S. Dickens, Jr.. James H. Chapman.

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Keresan Bridge: An Ecological and Archeological Account (1978)

Citation DOCUMENT Fred Plog.

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Meyers-Hindman Site: An Exploration Study of Human Occupation Patterns in the Upper Yellowstone Valley From 7000 B.C. To A.D. 1200 (1976)

Citation DOCUMENT Larry A. Lahren.

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Past Ten Years of Plantation Archaeology in the Sotuheastern United States (1984)

Citation DOCUMENT Charles E. Orser, Jr..

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Recent Research in Mogollon Archaeology (1984)

Citation DOCUMENT Steadman Upham. Others.

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Reflections on the origins of the Neolithic "House" in the Near East (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT Anna Belfer-Cohen. Nigel Goring-Morris.

Large-scale durable architecture appears quite suddenly with the emergence of the semi-sedentary Natufian (ca. 15,000 calBC) in the Near East. Subsequently, during the course of the Natufian, structure sizes diminish; they were commonly semi-subterranean, constructed with wooden posts, stones and puddled mud. These traditions continued during the PPNA (ca. 10,000-8,500 calBC), albeit with the innovation of mud-brick superstructures. An important distinction between the Natufian and the PPNA is...


Samoan Village: Then and Now Second Edition (1992)

Citation DOCUMENT Lowell D. Holmes. Ellen Rhoads Holmes.

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Settlement configuration and social structure:Applying spatial comparative analysis in Old-Kucapungane (2017)

Citation DOCUMENT Chung Yu Liu.

This article aims to examine the differences of social structure revealed (1) by the interpretations of the archaeological record through spatial analysis and, (2) by the data obtained through ethnographic research, both for same ethnic group. Applications of spatial technologies in archaeology began in the early 1980s. Although these GIS-based technologies brought about new research perspectives, their ‘effectiveness’ and ‘correctness’ needs more in-depth investigations. Using Old-Kucapungane...


The social consequences of climate-driven changes in the spatial distribution of human populations during the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM). (2017)

Citation DOCUMENT Ariane Burke. Colin D. Wren. Julien Riel-Salvatore.

Risk-reducing strategies allow humans to manage ecological risk while minimising disruptions. Unpredictable resource fluctuations, i.e. ecological risk, are driven by a combination of climate conditions and climate variability. Under extreme conditions reduction strategies may fail, however, forcing a reorganisation of the social and economic structure of affected populations, as well as their technological systems. Risky conditions during the LGM, for example, affected the spatial distribution...


Suggested Reconstruction of Natchez Social Structure (1963)

Citation DOCUMENT John J. Hoffman.

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Twilight of the Mocamo and Guale Aborigines As Portrayed in the 1695 Spanish Visitation (1987)

Citation DOCUMENT John H. Hann.

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Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America