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Appendix A: Relational Database Structure for Artifacts and Proveniences (17 Variables) (2008)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

Appendix A - a text document - presents the structure of the combined artifact and provenience databases, which comprises 17 variables. The artifact database includes type and variety, catalogue number, number of items included, material category, material or species, condition, comment or modification, and figure reference. The provenience database includes recovery context, date, structure group type, structure group number, structure type, structure number, and half-kilometer...


Appendix B: Codes for Object and Provenience Databases (2003)
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Appendix B - a text document - provides the codes used for the artifact and provenience database variables.


Appendix C: Proveniences of All Defined Lots that Produced Material Other Than Potsherds (2003)
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Appendix C - a database - gives the proveniences of all defined lots that produced material other than potsherds. Coding information can be found in Appendices A (tDAR #: 377604) and B (tDAR #: 376535).


Appendix D: Special Deposit Proveniences (2003)
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Appendix D - a database - gives the proveniences of all lots defined as special deposits, that is, all burials, caches, and problematical deposits. Coding information can be found in Appendices A (tDAR #: 377604) and B (tDAR #: 376535).


Appendix E: Excavated Structure Groups and Number of Excavated Lots by Half-Kilometer Zone (2003)
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Appendix E - a database - lists the excavated structure groups and number of excavated lots by half-kilometer zone. Coding information can be found in Appendices A (tDAR #: 377604) and B (tDAR #: 376535).


Appendix F: All the Artifacts and Materials Reported in TR 27B (2003)
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Appendix F - containing seven databases - lists all the artifacts and materials reported in TR. 27B. Note that all seven databases are contained within the single Microsoft Access file. Coding information can be found in Appendices A (tDAR #: 377604) and B (tDAR #: 376535).


Appendix G - 217 tables generated from Appendix F (2003)
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Appendix G - the 217 tables generated from Appendix F - summarize condition, material, zone, structure group type, recovery context, and date for each artifact or object type. These tables should be regarded as a sample of the informative associations that the reader can make.


The Artifacts of Tikal—Utilitarian Artifacts and Unworked Material Tikal Report 27B
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Occupied continuously for 1,500 years, Tikal was the most important demographic, economic, administrative, and ritual center of its region. The collection of materials recovered at Tikal is the largest and most diverse known from the Lowlands. This book provides a major body of primary data. The artifacts, represented by such raw materials as chert and shell are classified by type, number, condition, possible ancient use, form, material, size, and such secondary modifications as decoration...


The Artifacts of Tikal—Utilitarian Artifacts and Unworked Material Tikal Report 27B (2002)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

Occupied continuously for 1,500 years, Tikal was the most important demographic, economic, administrative, and ritual center of its region. The collection of materials recovered at Tikal is the largest and most diverse known from the Lowlands. This book provides a major body of primary data. The artifacts, represented by such raw materials as chert and shell are classified by type, number, condition, possible ancient use, form, material, size, and such secondary modifications as decoration...


Community Identity and Social Practice during the Terminal Classic Period at Actuncan, Belize
PROJECT Kara A. Fulton.

This research examines the relationship between the ways in which urban families engaged local landscapes and the development of shared identities at the prehispanic Maya city of Actuncan, Belize. Such shared identities would have created deep historical ties to specific urbanized spaces, which enabled and constrained political expansion during the Terminal Classic period (ca. A.D. 800–900), a time when the city experienced rapid population growth as surrounding centers declined. This research...


Dissertation - Community Identity and Social Practice during the Terminal Classic Period at Actuncan, Belize (2015)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Kara A. Fulton.

This research examines the relationship between the ways in which urban families engaged local landscapes and the development of shared identities at the prehispanic Maya city of Actuncan, Belize. Such shared identities would have created deep historical ties to specific urbanized spaces, which enabled and constrained political expansion during the Terminal Classic period (ca. A.D. 800–900), a time when the city experienced rapid population growth as surrounding centers declined. This research...


Raw Artifact & Chemical Data - Community Identity and Social Practice during the Terminal Classic Period at Actuncan, Belize (2015)
DATASET Kara A. Fulton.

Raw Artifact & Chemical Data


When Trash Becomes Treasure: A Postclassic Maya Obsidian Core Cache from Nojpeten (2014)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Angela McArdle.

This paper examines an obsidian cache offering excavated near the corner of a Postclassic Maya platform structure in Nojpeten, on the island of Flores, Guatemala. The cache consists of approximately 190 obsidian prismatic blade cores and core fragments, but the original number of cores placed in the cache likely fell between 173 and 182, with a best estimate of 177, 178, or 180. The cores were found about 20 cm southwest of the structure in a circular concentration measuring approximately 35 cm...