Territorial Behavior (Other Keyword)

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Bedrock Mortars as an Indicator of Territorial Behavior in Late Holocene California (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Nathan Stevens. Adrian Whitaker. Jeffrey Rosenthal.

Bedrock mortars were an integral part of intensive acorn economies in Native California and are a prominent feature of the Late Holocene archaeological record. Construction of these milling features also indicates a strong investment in particular locations on the landscape. Ethnographic evidence suggests the importance of local acorn crops led to ownership and defense of property and resource rights in many areas. Human Behavioral Ecology offers a framework for examining the conditions that may...

Examining Prehistoric Settlement Distribution in Eastern North America (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only David G. Anderson.

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