Temple (Site Type Keyword)
Parent: Non-Domestic Structures
Monumental architecture constructed from stone or other materials, and used for religious and/or political purposes.
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3D Survey and Documentation of Puerte´ Del Sol monolith (Gateway of the Sun) in Tiwanaku, Bolivia using the Konica Minolta VIVID 9i (2006)
The Puerte´ Del Sol (Gateway of the Sun) is a large stone monolith at the archaeological site Tiwanaku in Bolivia. The gateway is believed to have been used to mark calendrical cycles. It was found inside the large Kalasasaya monument. The Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies (CAST), University of Arkansas scanned the engraved frieze (top front portion) of the stone monolith. CAST researchers used a Konica Minolta VIVID 9i to collect scan data. Visit YouTube to view a fly-through of...
These images show the individual sherds from Aegina, Greece analyzed by neutron activation at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL). Photographs were taken at LBNL and scanned by the Archaeometry Laboratory at MURR. Individual files were named according to the official catalog numbers of each image assigned by the Graphic Arts Department at LBNL.
A program of augering residential mounds preceeded the selection of mounds for residential test excavations. These pdf files have the data forms and associated notes related to the auger testing, done in 1987.
Residential mound excavations during 1987 were recorded with forms, and artifacts from the excavations were recorded on forms.
These are pdf files of the original survey feature/collection forms. Each survey feature was recorded on a form and assigned a unique number, and, if the feature was collected, that number pertains to the surface collection. Some features have more than one collection, in which case additional feature/collection numbers were assigned. Rarely numbers were subsequently de-assigned, and might then be assigned to a different feature/collection later, but occasionally numbers were not used...
These pdf files show forms for fields where survey was conducted and the locations of features/collections within the field, along with vegetation and other observations. These files are only available with special permission because those from seasons when global positioning equipment was used have UTM coordinates. Those from survey using aerial mosaics sometimes show roads or towns identifiable on maps.
These laboratory forms record figurine classifications.
These pdfs contain the original laboratory coding forms for a variety of miscellaneous artifacts, such as spindle whorls, incensarios, colanders,clay balls, and other unusual ceramic forms. Artifacts related to ceramic production are included.
Obsidian coding forms from the PALM regional survey and associated notes. The obsidian coding was directed by Lynette Heller.
These archival forms recorded pottery types and attributes for survey collections. Some show updates or corrections when pottery was reexamined, but a few updates were made directly on electronic database or excel files.
These images show the individual sherds from Argos, Greece analyzed by neutron activation at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL). Photographs were taken at LBNL and scanned by the Archaeometry Laboratory at MURR. Individual files were named according to the official catalog numbers of each image assigned by the Graphic Arts Department at LBNL.
Multi-format digital data set that focuses on the central precinct of the Blue Creek site, which is composed of Plaza A and B complexes. These data consist of PDF documents of published and unpublished papers, reports, and manuscripts, Microsoft Excel databases of artifact collections, images of architectural features, artifacts and surrounding landscapes, scanned topographic and survey maps produced by the Blue Creek project, and aerial images. The information contained in BCAP reports and...
Blue Creek Central Precinct Images consisting of aerials, site core plan map, and architectural reconstruction illustrations
Map of the Central Precinct at the Blue Creek Site, Belize
Blue Creek Central Precinct Temporal Maps - Preclassic, Early Classic, and Late Classic
A.J. Vonarx recorded attributes of chert bifacial artifacts, apparently all are projectile points.
The Construction of Interpolity Sociopolitical Identity Through Architecture at the Ancient Maya Site of Blue Creek, Belize (2008)
This dissertation examines the design variation present in the ritual and domestic architecture of the Maya site of Blue Creek, Belize, in an attempt to understand how differences in architectural style may have been linked to the construction of local, intra-community sociopolitical identities within this ancient Maya community. The study employs a practice-based, technological style theoretical perspective which views all material culture style, including that of architecture and the built...
These images show the individual sherds from Corinth, Greece analyzed by neutron activation at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL). Photographs were taken at LBNL and scanned by the Archaeometry Laboratory at MURR. Individual files were named according to the official catalog numbers of each image assigned by the Graphic Arts Department at LBNL.
This archive contains all of the data derived from field research at the site of Dainzú-Macuilxóchitl in the Oaxaca Valley of Mexico. This is a multi-year project consisting of intensive survey and mapping, as well as comprehensive excavations. The mapping and survey are designed to provide a detailed topographic map of the site and provide a basic temporal and spatial settlement description. Intensive excavations are focused on residential areas. This project has been financially supported...
Intensive agriculture supported large ancient Maya populations. However, there have been few attempts to understand how agriculture was integrated with the political economy of a Maya city and that city’s interaction with other polities. The site of Blue Creek in northern Belize offers the opportunity to begin to assess these relationships. Blue Creek had access to enormous agricultural resources and direct access to the riverine coastal trade system. The combination of these factors enabled...
This file contains all of the data from Dr. Heather Laphams analysis of the animal bones collected during the 2015 excavation of Terrace S25 on Cerro Danush, Dainzú-Macuilxóchitl, Oaxaca, Mexico
This is the report by Dr. Heather Lapham of the analysis of the faunal materials recovered during the 2015 excavations of Terrace S25 on Cerro Danush.
Excavation forms for features excavated on Terrace S25
Frequency data for all ceramic materials collected on Terrace O8 during the 2015 excavations. See project report 2015 for more information
This file contains all of the frequency counts for ceramic categories from the excavated units on Terrace S25. It does not include the frequency data from other excavated contexts (elements, burials, features), unless otherwise noted in the comments. For more information on the ceramic categories, please see the project report for 2015