Late Developmental/Coalition Transition (Temporal Keyword)
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In this table, Akins presents a summary of individuals buried with different kinds of ornaments. Table row fields are as follows: immature individuals, females, and males. Table variable (column) fields are as follows: % with bone, % with stone, % with shell, % with turquoise, and % with any type.
Akins_Northern Rio Grande_Biological Data Sources_Table 2 (2011)
This table presents Akins' sources of biological data throughout the Northern Rio Grande area. It presents site names, occupation periods, number of burials, and published references.
Akins_Northern Rio Grande_Coding Sheet (2011)
This document contains Akins coding sheet for capturing the data in her sample of mortuary data from the Northern Rio Grande area.
Akins_Northern Rio Grande_Mortuary Data Sources_Table 1 (2011)
This table presents Akins' sources for mortuary feature data throughout the northern Rio Grande area. It includes site names, occupation periods, number of burials, and published reference.
Akins_Northern Rio Grande_Mortuary Patterns_Table 3 (2011)
In this table, Akins presents a summary of mortuary patterns in her burial sample from 13 sites in the Northern Rio Grande area. She provides summary data for the following variables: burial location, flexion, position, orientation, and non-perishable burial goods
Akins_Northern Rio Grande_Paper_Exploring Mortuary Variability in the Northern Rio Grande (2011)
The Pueblo Indians who live in the Northern Rio Grande belong to several distinct linguistic groups and their cultural differences may be reflected in past burial practices. With a few notable exceptions, much of the older data on Northern Rio Grande burials is presented as summaries without regards to age or sex and without definitions of exactly what is meant by the terms used to describe even basic treatment such as orientation and body position. Thus, the typical level of reporting is...
Southwest Mortuary Database Project: 2011 SAA E-Session: Mortuary Practices in the American Southwest: Meta-Data Issues in the Development of a Regional Database
The study of prehistoric mortuary practices in the American Southwest is undergoing tremendous change in the new millennium. The challenges (and opportunities) of NAGPRA implementation, declines in the number of large samples being excavated, and loss of data from previously excavated samples have altered mortuary archaeology in the region. Given this state of affairs, the development of an integrated regional database of prehistoric mortuary practices is imperative. This session at the 76th...