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6th Conference of the "International Association of the Agricultural Museums": Recommendation (1981)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 425222] Uploaded by: adam brin

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Acorn granaries of California - a brief overview (2004)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 419442] Norm Kidder. David Wescott.

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Agrartechnik der Eisenzeit und des frühen Mittelalters (1980)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 416632] Axel Steensberg.

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Agricoltura del Neolitico: la sperimentazione (2003)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 416653] Maria Rosa Iovino. Dino Ferlisi. Graziella Magnano. Maria Vella.

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Agricultura Mediaeval - Archaeologia Experimental - El Projecte de L' Esquerda (1993)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 414016] Peter J Reynolds. Imma Ollich i Castanyer. Montserrat de Rocafiguera i Espona.

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Agricultural Diversification, Perennials and Complex Societies in Mesopotamia and the Yellow River (2017)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 430582] Chris Stevens. Dorian Fuller.

Mesopotamia and the Yellow River of China had long trajectories from early farming through to primary urbanisation, but to what extent do the archaeobotanical records indicate parallel developments in terms of agriculture? In both areas agriculture diversifies during the later Neolithic, with an increasing range of annual field crops as well as evidence for the cultivation of some perennials (tree fruits or vines). However, diversity was much higher in western Asia, from both a highly diverse...


An agricultural experiment in the unprotected salt marsh (1976)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 413830] Sytze Bottema. H Woldring. Willem van Zeist. T C van Horn.

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An agricultural experiment in the unprotected salt marsh. Part II (1980)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 413828] Sytze Bottema. T C van Hoorn. H Woldring. W H E Gremmen.

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Agricultural experiments in raised fields in the Titicaca basin, Peru: preliminary considerations (1987)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 415518] Z I Garaycochea.

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An Agricultural Landscape on the Northern Mimbres Frontier, South-Central New Mexico, USA (2017)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 428954] Jeremy Kulisheck. Sandra Arazi-Coambs. Jess Gisler. Kathi Turner. Christina Sinkovec.

The Cañada Alamosa is the northernmost frontier of the ancestral Pueblo Mimbres people of the U.S. Southwest. Intensive survey of a side canyon has defined a distinct agricultural landscape composed of small pueblos, farmsteads, field houses, shrines, and other features. Occupation was centered around alluvial fans located on the first terrace above the drainage, fed by runoff from upper terraces, rather than the floodwaters of the drainage bottom itself. While the Cañada Alamosa has significant...


Agricultural Statistics for Arkansas (1919)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 135832] Arkansas Crop Reporting. Others.

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An agricultural study of the Southern Maya lowlands (1962)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 415403] U M Cowgill.

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Agricultural Tenancy in Central Delaware, 1770-1900+ / -: a Historic Context (1991)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 209058] Rebecca J. Siders. B. Herman. D. Ames. A. Marth. G. Lanier. M. Watson. E. Bellingrath. N. Van Dolsen. L. Bashman. S. Chase.

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Agricultural tools and field shapes, 25 years of activity by the International Secretariat (1980)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 420188] Axel Steensberg. Grith Lerche.

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Agriculture and Civilization the Coast of Peru: In: the Evolution of Horticultural Systems in Native South America: Causes and Consequences (1961)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 127787] D. Collier.

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Agriculture and Inter-village Space in the Ancient Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) World (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 397337] Jack Rossen.

Ancient Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) settlement patterns have been commonly presently as a series of well-spaced two acre defended agglutinated villages. Inter-village space was generally viewed as dangerous within a landscape of endemic warfare. Surveys and excavations in the Cayuga heartland (east side of Cayuga Lake) of the Finger Lakes region, central New York, are altering that vision. By at least the 15th century, agricultural complexes and stations were established between villages. These...


Agriculture and the Civil War (1965)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 196198] Paul W. Gates.

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Agriculture and the Cochise (1973)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 178603] Norman Whalen.

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Agriculture and Urban Life in Early Southwestern Iran (1962)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 111558] Robert Adams.

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Agriculture As Impetus For Culture Contact In Carolina During The 1670s (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 434364] Andrew Agha.

The first colonists who arrived at Charles Towne in 1670 came with new tropical cultivars and familiar, Old World crops, as well as explicit planting instructions from the Lords Proprietors—mainly Lord Anthony Ashley Cooper, the 1st Earl of Shaftesbury. Shaftesbury was himself an avid British planter and asserted that planting, and nothing else, created colonies. His first plantation in Carolina did not produce the crops he desired, and in 1674, he founded a new, much larger estate farm. This...


Agriculture at Las Capas: Tales Told by the Canals (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 396952] Fred Nials.

Las Capas is an Early Agricultural period site in the Tucson Basin, Arizona. Canal irrigation began at the site as early as 1200 BC and the canal system encompasses more than 50 hectares. Agricultural features are unusually well-preserved, and more than 250 canals of various sizes and over 1000 bordered fields were exposed in multiple stratigraphic levels during excavation. The unusual degree of preservation provides an exceptional opportunity to examine the mode of construction, hydrology,...


Agriculture expérimentale dans la Vallée de l'Aisne (1984)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 414686] Gérard Firmin.

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Agriculture of the Early North Florida Indians (1948)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 141197] C. W. Spellman.

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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...


"All The Usual Improvements": Understanding The Plantation Landscape At Ash Lawn-Highland (2016)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 434627] Kyle W. Edwards.

Much of the existing scholarship on Ash Lawn-Highland has focused upon President Monroe’s domestic and political life, but little is known about the day-to-day functioning of the plantation including agricultural production, land management strategies, and the lives of enslaved laborers. In some ways these aspects have been seen as peripheral to Monroe’s political ascendance; however, in 19th-century Virginia, the productive organization of the plantation was socially significant, communicating...

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