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Isolated Burial (Site Type Keyword)

Parent: Funerary and Burial Structures or Features

A location containing a human burial, spatially removed from other archaeological evidence.

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An Account of a Visit to the Huacas, or Ancient Grave Yards of Chiriqui (1860)

DOCUMENT J Bateman.

This document describes the account of a visit to the Huacas in November of 1860.


Adult Skeletal Inventory Sheet, Eroding Burial 1, Eroding Burials of Site 46SU3 2012 (2012)

DOCUMENT Uploaded by: Cole Von Roeder

Burial 46SU3 was an eroding burial at the Baker's Bottomsite excavated on March 13, 1989 by Robert Maslowski. The skeletal material was washed and sent to the WVU School of Medicine for analysis. The material originally sent lacked the cranium, dentition, cervical vertebrae and left scapula. Dr. Maslowski indicated that he had learned that Dave Dobbins had recovered a skull and other material exposed by erosion the previous Fall at the same location. This material was subsequently also sent to...


Appraisal of the Archeological Resources of the Dardanelle Reservoir, Arkansas (1957)

DOCUMENT Robert E. Greengo.

The Dardanelle Reservoir is to be a power pool formed by a dam across the Arkansas River 3 miles above the town of Dardanelle in Yell county,West Central Arkansas. The surface area of the reservoir will be about 37,000 acres. Flooding is scheduled to begin in 1963. A survey of the archeological potentialities of the area to be flooded by the reservoir was conducted during a five-week period from March 18 to April 19, 1957, by the Smithsonian Institution, River Basin Surveys. The...


Appraisal of the Archeological Resources of the Oahe Reservoir, North and South Dakota (1953)

DOCUMENT Paul L. Cooper.

The present report is intended as a brief, non-technical statement of the archeological resources known to exist in the Oahe Reservoir area (for information relative to the results of archeological research in the area to date, reference should be made to the list of literature cited at the end of this report). It is based primarily upon information collected by Missouri Basin Project reconnaissance parties 1948-1952, but use has been made of various other resources. During the late summer of...


Archaeological Data Recovery at Riverfront Village (38AK933): A Mississippian/Contact Period Occupation (2013)

DOCUMENT Thomas Whitley. Jana Futch. Kandice Hollenbach. Jon Bernard Marcoux. Kim Wescott. Maggie Needham. Jessica Allgood.

In 2004, Brockington and Associates, Inc., was asked by the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) to carry out Phase II Testing for the Georgia Avenue Extension Project (GAEP) in North Augusta. The GAEP was an undertaking that entailed design and construction of new roadway associated with the City of North Augusta’s planned riverfront revitalization. More than one year earlier, the city teamed with the Leyland Alliance (a private development partnership) to design and build a...


Archaeological Data Recovery at the Leake Site, Bartow County, Georgia (vol. 1) (2010)

DOCUMENT Scot Keith.

Southern Research, Historic Preservation Consultants, Inc. conducted two archaeological data recovery excavations at the Leake site between 2004 and 2006. The first excavation, from November 2004 through September 2005, was carried out for the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) to mitigate the adverse impacts to the site from the proposed widening of State Routes 61 and 113. A second smaller data recovery, carried out in December of 2006, was done for the Bartow County Water Department...


Archaeological Data Recovery at the Leake Site, Bartow County, Georgia (vol. 2 - Appendices) (2010)

DOCUMENT Scot Keith.

Appendices for Leake site data recovery report


Archaeological Data Recovery of AZ N:4:110(ASM) at Grey Fox Ridge, Cottonwood, Yavapai County, Arizona (2011)

DOCUMENT Uploaded by: Stewart Deats

This document presents the results of archaeological data recovery investigations at Site AZ N:4:110(ASM) within the private development known as Grey Fox Ridge. EnviroSystems Management, Inc. conducted the work at the request of the property owner who needed to mitigate the adverse effects to the site resulting from land development. The site is approximately one-half mile northwest of downtown old Cottonwood and one-quarter mile southwest of the Verde River in Yavapai County, Arizona. The...


Archaeological Excavation of Three Historic Burials at Tonto Basin Ranger Station, Tonto National Forest, Gila County (1994)

DOCUMENT Karolyn Jackman Jensen. Sharon Hurlbut.

At the request of the Bureau of Reclamation, Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS) exhumed three historic burials encountered near the Tonto Basin Ranger Station at Roosevelt Lake, Arizona. Two historic graves had been disturbed during the excavation of a waterline trench, and a subsequent backhoe investigation confirmed the presence of a third burial. The cemetery was assigned site number AR-03-12-06-299(USFS).


Archaeological fieldwork in Chiriquí (1936)

DOCUMENT Sigvald Linné.

This is a 1936 article talks about the number of artifacts that are housed in American (US) museums and the overwhelming number that are in private collection. One of the arguments is that the archaeological exploration of the area has little to do with learning about culture and had more (if not entirely) to do with the gold in the area. Evidence of that can be seen in the name that the area became known as "Castilla del Oro." The unfortunate thing is that literature, especially academic...


The archaeological problem of Chiriqui (1935)

DOCUMENT Corneslius Osgood.

The purpose of this 1935 paper by Osgood is to present information concerning the archaeology of the province of Chiriqui, Panama, and to summarize from the point of view of the field-worker certain phases of then previous work (cerca 1935) in order that data necessary for developing new lines of inquiry is more readily available.


The Archaeology of Highland Chiriqui, Panama -- Documents, Images, and Datasets

PROJECT Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).

Archaeology is defined by its grounding in material objects; without contextual elements of space and place, however, material culture is devoid of much of its meaning and archaeological information. This article focuses upon pre-Columbian objects – including gold, ceramics, and stone artefacts - from a small, localized area of the Chiriquí region of western Panamá in the context of the volcanic landscape. The discussion is intended as a provocative introduction to the archaeology of highland...


The Archaeology of Highland Chiriqui, Panama Figures (2010)

IMAGE Uploaded by: Shelby Manney

These are the figures for The Archaeology of Highland Chiriqui, Panama Project. The document reference for the article "Placing immateriality: situating the material of highland Chiriquí" by Karen Holberg.


The Archaeology of Highland Chiriqui, Panama Figures WITH CITATION (2010)

IMAGE Karen Holmberg. See Roles Section. See Files - Citation.

This tDAR resource includes all of the images from tDAR I.D. 6425, but also has the citation information attached. The original images without the citation information can be requested from Karen Holmberg (See Credit Section of this Resource Metadata for more information). http://core.tdar.org/image/6425/edit


The Archaeology of Highland Chiriqui, Panama SINGLE PDF of Figures

DOCUMENT Karen Holmberg.

This document includes the single PDF of all of the images in the included in tDAR I.D http://core.tdar.org/image/6425 with Citation information.


The Archaeology of Highland Chiriquí Panama: Holmberg FIG 10 - 1910 -1912 Letters Tiffany & Co. Dated to Walters Museum MD (2 of 4) (1911)

IMAGE Karen Holmberg.

Letter dated January 5th, 1911. The Letter was from H. Walrers (room 916 Empire Building, 71 Broadway, New York, NY) addressed to Mr. Paris C. Pitt of the University Club in Baltimore, MD (Walter Art Museum, Maryland). This letter is in reference to the 1910 letter from Tiffany & Co. to Henry Walters. It mentions putting the letters into the records for the "gold objects" which are to be forwarded by Adams Express to the Gallery.


The Archaeology of Highland Chiriquí Panama: Holmberg FIG 11 - 1910 -1912 Letters Tiffany & Co. Dated to Walters Museum MD (3 of 4) (1911)

IMAGE Karen Holmberg.

Correspondence between the Tiffany & Co. store and collector Henry Walters in 1911 and 1912; provided by The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland. This letter is dated December 21st, 1911 that states from Tiffany Co. (HHW/GFK) that "herewith a list of the gold ornaments in the collection purchased by you, and which were sent to your Museum."


The Archaeology of Highland Chiriquí Panama: Holmberg FIG 12 - 1910 -1912 Letters Tiffany & Co. Dated to Walters Museum MD (4 of 4) (1911)

IMAGE Karen Holmberg.

That refers to the Fig ii letter that is part of the Correspondence between the Tiffany & Co. store and collector Henry Walters in 1911 and 1912; provided by The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland. This letter is dated December 21st, 1911 that states from Tiffany Co. (HHW/GFK) that "herewith a list of the gold ornaments in the collection purchased by you, and which were sent to your Museum."


The Archaeology of Highland Chiriquí Panama: Holmberg FIG 13 - Chiriquí ceramic artifact (ANT. 000177) Peabody Museum (2010)

IMAGE Karen Holmberg.

Chiriquí ceramic artifact (ANT. 000177). Copyright Peabody Museum, Yale University


The Archaeology of Highland Chiriquí Panama: Holmberg FIG 14 - Chiriquí ceramic artifact (ANT. 000287) Peabody Museum, (2010)

IMAGE Karen Holmberg.

Chiriquí ceramic artifact (ANT. 000287). Copyright Peabody Museum, Yale University


The Archaeology of Highland Chiriquí Panama: Holmberg FIG 15 - Chiriquí ceramic artifact (ANT. 000450) Peabody Museum, (2010)

IMAGE Karen Holmberg.

Chiriquí ceramic artifact (ANT. 000450). Copyright Peabody Museum, Yale University


The Archaeology of Highland Chiriquí Panama: Holmberg FIG 16 - Chiriquí ceramic artifact (ANT. 000570) Peabody Museum (2010)

IMAGE Karen Holmberg.

Chiriquí ceramic artifact (ANT. 000570). Copyright Peabody Museum, Yale University


The Archaeology of Highland Chiriquí Panama: Holmberg FIG 17 - Chiriquí ceramic artifact (ANT. 01239) Peabody Museum (2010)

IMAGE Karen Holmberg.

Chiriquí ceramic artifact (ANT. 01239). Copyright Peabody Museum, Yale University


The Archaeology of Highland Chiriquí Panama: Holmberg FIG 18 - University Chiriquí stone artifact (ANT.000032) Peabody Museum (2010)

IMAGE Karen Holmberg.

Chiriquí stone artifact (ANT.000032). Copyright Peabody Museum, Yale


The Archaeology of Highland Chiriquí Panama: Holmberg FIG 19 - Chiriquí stone artifact (ANT.000051) Peabody Museum (2010)

IMAGE Karen Holmberg.

Chiriquí stone artifact (ANT.000051). Copyright Peabody Museum, Yale University

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