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

DOCUMENT [ID: 4320] J Bateman.

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


Algarrobos_Laja_Path Shapefile (2010)

GEOSPATIAL [ID: 391399] Karen Holberg.

The aim of the LEAP projects was to publish multi-layered e-publications and develop and link them to associated digital archives. The original LEAP project was funded by the AHRC while the LEAP II, A Trans-Atlantic LEAP, was supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. This shapefile is part of a 2011 LEAP II project "Placing immateriality: situating the material of highland Chiriquí" by Karen Holberg. All files associated with this record must be downloaded to ensure that the shapefile...


All’s Well That Ends Well: The Re-Examination of Drayton Hall’s South Flanker Well (2015)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 433732] Sarah Stroud.

Drayton Hall was established by John Drayton in 1738 to operate as the home seat at the center of his vast commercial plantation network in Charleston, SC. Upon obtaining ownership of Drayton Hall in 1974, the National Trust for Historic Preservation initiated archaeological excavations to expose evidence of the plantation’s eighteenth and nineteenth century activities and residents. The 1975 excavations uncovered a well just south of the South Flanker building. The wood-lined well was excavated...


Antiq_EarlyArch_Bateman Shapefile (2010)

GEOSPATIAL [ID: 391400] Karen Holberg.

The aim of the LEAP projects was to publish multi-layered e-publications and develop and link them to associated digital archives. The original LEAP project was funded by the AHRC while the LEAP II, A Trans-Atlantic LEAP, was supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. This shapefile is part of a 2011 LEAP II project "Placing immateriality: situating the material of highland Chiriquí" by Karen Holberg. All files associated with this record must be downloaded to ensure that the shapefile...


Antiq_EarlyArch_Linne Shapefile (2010)

GEOSPATIAL [ID: 391401] Karen Holberg.

The aim of the LEAP projects was to publish multi-layered e-publications and develop and link them to associated digital archives. The original LEAP project was funded by the AHRC while the LEAP II, A Trans-Atlantic LEAP, was supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. This shapefile is part of a 2011 LEAP II project "Placing immateriality: situating the material of highland Chiriquí" by Karen Holberg. All files associated with this record must be downloaded to ensure that the shapefile...


Antiq_EarlyArch_Osgood Shapefile (2010)

GEOSPATIAL [ID: 391402] Karen Holberg.

The aim of the LEAP projects was to publish multi-layered e-publications and develop and link them to associated digital archives. The original LEAP project was funded by the AHRC while the LEAP II, A Trans-Atlantic LEAP, was supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. This shapefile is part of a 2011 LEAP II project "Placing immateriality: situating the material of highland Chiriquí" by Karen Holberg. All files associated with this record must be downloaded to ensure that the shapefile...


Antiq_EarlyArch_Wassen Shapefile (2010)

GEOSPATIAL [ID: 391403] Karen Holberg.

The aim of the LEAP projects was to publish multi-layered e-publications and develop and link them to associated digital archives. The original LEAP project was funded by the AHRC while the LEAP II, A Trans-Atlantic LEAP, was supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. This shapefile is part of a 2011 LEAP II project "Placing immateriality: situating the material of highland Chiriquí" by Karen Holberg. All files associated with this record must be downloaded to ensure that the shapefile...


Archaeological Data Recovery at 38CH1563 Franke Home Tract, Seaside Farms, Charleston County, South Carolina (1997)

DOCUMENT [ID: 391042] Eric C. Poplin. Todd McMakin. Tina Rust.

This report presents the results of archaeological data recovery investigations by Brockington and Associates, Inc., at 38CH1563 on the Franke Home Development Tract in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. The site was initially tested by Chicora Foundation, Inc., in January 1995. As a result of these investigations, the site was recommended eligible for the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). Site 38CH1563 was discovered after development of the Franke Home Tract had begun. As a result,...


Archaeological fieldwork in Chiriquí (1936)

DOCUMENT [ID: 4554] 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 [ID: 4560] 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.


Archaeological Survey and Testing at the South River Colony, Anne Arundel County (1991)

Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 271573] Mark Walker. Michael D. Petraglia. Madeleine Pappas. Christopher Martin.

This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this document. The information in this record has been migrated into tDAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and updated. Most NADB-R records consist of a document citation and other metadata but do not have the documents themselves uploaded. If you have a digital copy of the document and would like to have it curated in tDAR, please contact us at comments@tdar.org.


The Archaeology of Highland Chiriqui, Panama -- ArcMap Project Files

PROJECT [ID: 391478] Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).

This project organizes the ArcMap project files (.mxd) associated with the the Archaeology of Highland Chiriqui, Panama project. The shapefiles and raster files associated with these maps are located in The Archaeology of Highland Chiriqui, Panama -- Shapefiles and Raster files project. These maps are part of a 2011 LEAP II project "Placing immateriality: situating the material of highland Chiriquí" by Karen Holberg. The aim of the LEAP projects was to publish multi-layered e-publications and...


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

PROJECT [ID: 4243] 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 -- Raster Files

PROJECT [ID: 391395] Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).

This project organizes the rasters files from the the Archaeology of Highland Chiriqui, Panama project.


The Archaeology of Highland Chiriqui, Panama -- Shapefiles and Raster files

PROJECT [ID: 391477] Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).

This project organizes the shapefiles and raster files associated with the the Archaeology of Highland Chiriqui, Panama project. The final maps are located in The Archaeology of Highland Chiriqui, Panama -- ArcMap Project Files project. These files are part of a 2011 LEAP II project "Placing immateriality: situating the material of highland Chiriquí" by Karen Holberg.The aim of the LEAP projects was to publish multi-layered e-publications and develop and link them to associated digital...


The Archaeology of Highland Chiriqui, Panama Figures (2010)

IMAGE [ID: 6425] 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 [ID: 6426] 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 [ID: 6427] 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 [ID: 365549] 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 [ID: 365550] 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 [ID: 365551] 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 [ID: 365552] 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 [ID: 365553] 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 [ID: 365554] 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 [ID: 365555] Karen Holmberg.

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

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