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Agricultural Sustainability and Environmental Change at  Ancient Gordion

  • Agricultural Sustainability and Environmental Change at  Ancient Gordion
    PROJECT [ID: 427491] Uploaded by: Page Selinsky

    This book publishes the results of 220 botanical samples from the 1993–2002 Gordion excavations directed by Mary Voigt. Together with Naomi Miller’s 2010 volume (Gordion Special Studies 5), this book completes the publication of botanical samples from Voigt’s excavations. The book aims to reconstruct agricultural decision making using archaeological and paleoenvironmental data from Gordion to describe environmental and agricultural changes at the site. Different political and economic systems...

  • Online Appendix 1: Sample-by-Sample Charcoal Identifcations (2017)
    DATASET [ID: 427493] John M. Marston.

    A sample-by-sample reporting of charcoal identifications to accompany the book: Agricultural Sustainability and Environmental Change at Ancient Gordion. NOTE: Due to file formatting, please download the original datafile rather than the translated version.

  • Online Appendix 2: Sample-by-Sample Flotation Samples (2017)
    DATASET [ID: 427494] John M. Marston.

    A sample-by-sample reporting of flotation samples to accompany the book: Agricultural Sustainability and Environmental Change at Ancient Gordion. NOTE: Due to file formatting, please download the original datafile rather than the translated version.

The Artifacts of Tikal—Ornamental and Ceremonial Artifacts and Unworked Material Tikal, Report 27A

  • The Artifacts of Tikal—Ornamental and Ceremonial Artifacts and Unworked Material Tikal, Report 27A
    PROJECT [ID: 376586] Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

    TR27A reports upon goods used as markers of social status and goods used in ritual. It describes the splendid ornaments and insignia of jade, shell, pearls, and inscribed bone shown in representations on monuments and pottery vessels and recovered from the burials of Tikal's elites. Each artifact is described in the text, tabulated, and richly illustrated with drawings and photographs. An accompanying CD-ROM includes updated databases for all recovered objects, enabling the reader to discover...

  • Appendix 1 (2008)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377506] Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

    Appendix 1, a text document, presents the structure of the combined artifact and provenience databases of 19 variables. Note that lot number and special deposit number are common to both the artifact and provenience databases.

  • APPENDIX 10: Reconstruction of Tikal Caches Excavated Prior to 1956 (2008)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377170] Hattula Moholy-Nagy. William R. Coe.

    Appendix 10 is an incomplete draft of the reconstruction of Tikal caches excavated prior to 1956. It includes an inventory of all monuments known to have undergone excavation before 1956 and describes associated caches. Many bibliographic entries do not appear in the References section of this Report. Moholy-Nagy has added text in brackets. Present-day usage substitutes the term “chert” for Coe’s “flint” and “prismatic blade” for A. V. Kidder’s “flake-blade.”

  • APPENDIX 11: Typology and Description of Flint and Obsidian Eccentrics and Incised Obsidians (2008)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377169] Hattula Moholy-Nagy. William R. Coe.

    Appendix 11 is an incomplete draft of the typology and description of flint and obsidian eccentrics and incised obsidians. Objects included here are either representational or symbolic, figural, and non-figural, and are organized in this typology in three categories: Eccentric Flints, Eccentric Obsidians, and Incised Obsidians. Many bibliographic entries do not appear in the References section of this Report. Moholy-Nagy has added the texts in brackets. Present-day usage has substituted the...

  • APPENDIX 12: Typology and Description of Shell Charlie Chaplin Figurines (2008)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377168] Hattula Moholy-Nagy. William R. Coe.

    Appendix 12 is an incomplete draft of the typology and description of shell Charlie Chaplin figurines. These are anthropomorphic, small, usually of exteriorly worked Spondylus shell, with incising, notching, grooving and drilling the technical repertory. However, many are plain, that is, the human form is silhouetted. A total of 538 shell figurines exist in the Tikal collection. With very few exceptions (notably Burial 10) these occur in cached offerings. Shell figurines are an outstanding...

  • Appendix 14 (2008)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377505] Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

    Appendix 14, presents all of the 246 figures referred to in TR. 27A. The figures listed in italics on the Figure list in the front matter of this volume are also printed in it, while the others appear only on the CD-ROM.

  • Appendix 2 (2008)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377507] Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

    Appendix 2, a text document, provides the codes used for the artifact and provenience database variables.

  • Appendix 3 (2008)
    DATASET [ID: 377508] Hattula Moholy-Nagy. William R. Coe.

    Appendix 3, a text document derived from a relational database, gives the proveniences of all defined lots that produced material other than potsherds. This database is an updated version of Appendix C on the CD-ROM accompanying TR. 27B, and it includes proveniences of artifacts reported in that volume. Codes for this database can be located in Appendices 1 (tDAR #: 377506) and 2 (tDAR #: 377507).

  • Appendix 4 (2008)
    DATASET [ID: 377509] Hattula Moholy-Nagy. William R. Coe.

    Appendix 4, a text document derived from a relational database, gives the proveniences of all lots defined as special deposits, that is, burials, caches, and problematical deposits. This database is an updated version of Appendix D on the CD-ROM accompanying TR. 27B, and it includes proveniences of artifacts reported in that volume. Codes for this database can be located in Appendices 1 (tDAR #: 377506) and 2 (tDAR #: 377507).

  • Appendix 5 (2008)
    DATASET [ID: 377510] Hattula Moholy-Nagy. William R. Coe.

    Appendix 5, a text document derived from a relational database, lists all of the artifacts reported in TR. 27A ordered by catalogue number. Codes for this database can be located in Appendices 1 (tDAR #: 377506) and 2 (tDAR #: 377507).

  • Appendix 6 (2008)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377511] Hattula Moholy-Nagy. William R. Coe.

    Appendix 6, PDF versions of excel spreadsheets, consists of tables generated from Appendix 5, which summarize artifact traits, proveniences, and dates for artifact types and varieties. These tables should be regarded as a sample of the informative associations that the reader can make. Codes for this database can be located in Appendices 1 (tDAR #: 377506) and 2 (tDAR #: 377507).

  • Appendix 7 (2008)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377584] Hattula Moholy-Nagy. William R. Coe.

    Appendix 7, Excel spreadsheets and text documents generated from Excel spreadsheets, consists of charts summarizing counts of reported artifacts and objects by material category, special deposit typologies, proveniences, and dates, and species identifications of shells, other marine invertebrates, and fishes.

  • APPENDIX 8: Illustrations of artifacts from special deposits published in TR. 27, Parts A and B, and other Tikal Reports (2008)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377172] Hattula Moholy-Nagy. William R. Coe.

    Appendix 8, a text document, gives the figure references for artifacts from special deposits.

  • APPENDIX 9: Miscellaneous Texts Illustrated in TR. 27, Parts A and B. (2008)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377171] Hattula Moholy-Nagy. William R. Coe.

    Appendix 9, a text documents, lists the Miscellaneous Text numbers, artifact types, catalogue numbers, and figure references of texts found on artifacts other than pottery vessels. Texts on pottery vessels from special deposits are published in TR. 25A.

  • The Artifacts of Tikal—Ornamental and Ceremonial Artifacts and Unworked Material Tikal Report 27A (2008)
    Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 376607] Hattula Moholy-Nagy. William R. Coe.

    TR27A reports upon goods used as markers of social status and goods used in ritual. It describes the splendid ornaments and insignia of jade, shell, pearls, and inscribed bone shown in representations on monuments and pottery vessels and recovered from the burials of Tikal's elites. Each artifact is described in the text, tabulated, and richly illustrated with drawings and photographs. An accompanying CD-ROM includes updated databases for all recovered objects, enabling the reader to discover...

  • Color Plate 1 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377512] University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.

    Class 2 and 3 eccentrics of medium-quality, light-colored local chert and fine, brown imported chert.

  • Color Plate 10 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377530] Elizabeth K. Easby.

    Jade encrusted jars and lids from Burial 116, left, and Burial 196, right.

  • Color Plate 11 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377532] Elizabeth K. Easby.

    Inscription on the lid of the jar from Burial 116.

  • Color Plate 12 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377534] Elizabeth K. Easby.

    Minor sculpture in jade of a jaguar from Burial 196.

  • Color Plate 13 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377536] Elizabeth K. Easby.

    Jaguar minor sculpture in situ in Burial 196. The worked Spondylus valve and jade beads are ones of several distributed along the body.

  • Color Plate 14 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377538] Hans-Ruedi Hug.

    Jade minor sculpture of a seated man from Burial 116.

  • Color Plate 15 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377540] Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

    View of some of the contents of Burial 10.

  • Color Plate 16 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377542] Hans-Ruedi Hug.

    Large jade earflares and beads from chamber burials.

  • Color Plate 17 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377544] Elizabeth K. Easby.

    Jade pendants from chamber burials and a temple cache. From left, Burial 10, Cache 140A, Burial 23, Burial 10. Burial 10, and at lower right, Burial 24.

  • Color Plate 18 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377546] Hans-Ruedi Hug.

    The backs of the jade pendants shown in 17.

  • Color Plate 19 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377548] Hans-Ruedi Hug.

    Jade pendants from burials and a temple cache. Upper row, Burial 10, Cache 140A, lower row, Burial 24.

  • Color Plate 2 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377514] Hans-Ruedi Hug.

    Class 1E eccentrics of obsidian.

  • Color Plate 20 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377550] Hans-Ruedi Hug.

    Jade pendant and carved beads from Burial 10.

  • Color Plate 21 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377552] Hans-Ruedi Hug.

    Ear ornaments. Small flare from a burial or a cache. Right, large jade earflare shown without its throat disk, and left, large earflare of marbled dark green stone, probably unfinished, both from Burial 10.

  • Color Plate 22 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377554] Elizabeth K. Easby.

    Head of Burial 196 at excavation with an in situ diadem of jade disks, composite ear ornaments, necklace of long, carved beads, and scattered jade pebble beads. The reddish tinge is from cinnabar pigment.

  • Color Plate 23 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377556] Elizabeth K. Easby.

    Long, four-sided bead of jade carved with a diving figure on each face, traces of cinnabar pigment, Burial 196.

  • Color Plate 24 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377558] Hans-Ruedi Hug.

    Carved jade pendant from Burial 77.

  • Color Plate 25 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377560] Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

    Celt-shaped pendant from Cache 209.

  • Color Plate 26 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377562] Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

    Serpentine mask with Spondylus shell inlays from Burial 85.

  • Color Plate 27 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377564] Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

    Carved bowl of calcite (tecalli) from Burial 196.

  • Color Plate 28 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377566] Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

    Minor sculpture of crouching figure of soft, dark green stone from Burial 167.

  • Color Plate 29 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377568] Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

    Above, perforated peccary tusk and two bone tubes. Below, eight pendants cut from white marine shell, part of a necklace found with Burial 121.

  • Color Plate 3 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377516] Hans-Ruedi Hug.

    Incised obsidians.

  • Color Plate 30 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377570] Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

    Carved pendant of Spondylus shell, one of a pair, and one of a pair of Spondylus shell bead bracelets with polished bone clasps, from Burial 167.

  • Color Plate 31 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377572] Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

    Large unworked stingray spine with traces of red pigment. Two parts of a composite pendant of cut nacreous shell with a large, round pearl bead-pendant between them, from Burial 116.

  • Color Plate 32 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377574] Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

    A display of ornaments from Burial 196, Tikal Museum, 1968. From the top, jade diadem, pair of smaller composite jade ear ornaments, carved jade bead with diving figures, multi-strand necklace of pearl bead-pendants, pair of larger jade and shell composite ear ornaments, pair of bracelets of collared cylindrical jade beads.

  • Color Plate 33 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377576] Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

    Shell trumpet from Problematical Deposit 7, scallop shell perforated for suspension from Burial 10, and an unworked Spondylus shell from Burial 116.

  • Color Plate 34 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377578] Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

    A display of jade ornaments and Spondylus shells found with Burial 116, Tikal Museum, 1964. Note the large shell set over the top of the skull, the worked valves arranged over and along the body, and the unworked shell near the right ankle. Jade ornaments shown are a diadem, composite ear ornaments, a necklace of long beads with square sections, a necklace of graduated large pebble beads, bracelets and anklets of long cylinder beads, and scattered pebble beads.

  • Color Plate 35 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377580] Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

    The upper portion of a long, carved bone object from the set of inscribed and plain bones from Burial 116. It is heavily coated with red cinnabar pigment.

  • Color Plate 36 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377582] Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

    A battered minor sculpture of the head of a deity carved of dolomite, from Group 5D-11, the Central Acropolis.

  • Color Plate 4 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377518] University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.

    A set of Class 8 incised obsidians.

  • Color Plate 5 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377520] William R. Coe.

    Head of a mosaic statuette from Cache 43.

  • Color Plate 6 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377522] Hans-Ruedi Hug.

    Head of a mosaic statuette from Cache 140A.

  • Color Plate 7 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377524] Elizabeth K. Easby.

    Reconstructed mosaic statuette from Cache 197.

  • Color Plate 8 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377526] Hans-Ruedi Hug.

    One of a pair of mosaic earflares from Burial 10.

  • Color Plate 9 (2008)
    IMAGE [ID: 377528] Elizabeth K. Easby.

    Stone and Spondylus shell mosaic mask from Burial 160.

The Artifacts of Tikal—Utilitarian Artifacts and Unworked Material Tikal Report 27B

  • The Artifacts of Tikal—Utilitarian Artifacts and Unworked Material Tikal Report 27B
    PROJECT [ID: 376535] Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

    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...

  • Appendix A: Relational Database Structure for Artifacts and Proveniences (17 Variables) (2008)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377604] 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)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377605] Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

    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)
    DATASET [ID: 377607] Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

    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)
    DATASET [ID: 377608] Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

    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)
    DATASET [ID: 377609] Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

    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)
    DATASET [ID: 377610] Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

    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)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377606] Hattula Moholy-Nagy.

    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 (2002)
    Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 376593] 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...

Ban Chiang, a Prehistoric Village Site in Northeast Thailand, Volume 1: The Human Skeletal Remains

  • Ban Chiang, a Prehistoric Village Site in Northeast Thailand, Volume 1: The Human Skeletal Remains
    PROJECT [ID: 376534] Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

    The inaugural volume in the Thai Archaeology Monograph Series describes in detail the human skeletal remains from Ban Chiang in northeast Thailand. The skeletal material spans a period from 2100 B.C. to A.D. 200 and includes premetal, Bronze Age, and Iron Age deposits from a series of prehistoric societies. The history of Homo sapiens in Asia has long been a topic of interest among scholars investigating human biology. This study, which is based on one of the larger, comprehensively analyzed...

  • Ban Chiang, a Prehistoric Village Site in Northeast Thailand, Volume 1 The Human Skeletal Remains (2002)
    Citation DOCUMENT [ID: 376592] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    The inaugural volume in the Thai Archaeology Monograph Series describes in detail the human skeletal remains from Ban Chiang in northeast Thailand. The skeletal material spans a period from 2100 B.C. to A.D. 200 and includes premetal, Bronze Age, and Iron Age deposits from a series of prehistoric societies. The history of Homo sapiens in Asia has long been a topic of interest among scholars investigating human biology. This study, which is based on one of the larger, comprehensively analyzed...

  • Codesheet for E1 (2002)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377095] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This document is an explanation of abbreviations and codes for Database E.1 Individual Records of Cranial Measurements, Indices, and Capacities in Adults.

  • Codesheet for E10 (2002)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377105] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This document is an explanation of abbreviations and codes for Database E.10 Individual Records of Vertebral Non-metric Variation in Adults and Adolescents

  • Codesheet for E11 (2002)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377106] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This document is an explanation of abbreviations and codes for Database E.11 Individual Records of Osteoarthritis in the Adolescent and Adult Skull and Appendicular Skeletons from Ban Chiang

  • Codesheet for E12 (2002)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377107] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This document is an explanation of abbreviations and codes for Database E.12 Individual Records of Osteoarthritis and Osteophytosis in Adult Vertebral Columns

  • Codesheet for E2 (2002)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377096] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This document is an explanation of abbreviations and codes for Database E.2 Individual Records of Mandibular Measurements and Indices in Adults.

  • Codesheet for E3 (2002)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377097] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This document is an explanation of abbreviations and codes for Database E.3 Individual Records of Cranial Non-metric Variation in Adolescents and Adults.

  • Codesheet for E4 (2002)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377098] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This document is an explanation of abbreviations and codes for Database E.4 Individual Records of Measurements of Permanent Dentitions in Adolescents and Adults.

  • Codesheet for E5A (2002)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377099] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This document is an explanation of abbreviations and codes for Database E.5a Individual Records of Non-metric Observations in Permanent Dentitions in Children, Adolescents, and Adults

  • Codesheet for E5B (2002)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377100] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This document is an explanation of abbreviations and codes for Database E.5b Individual Records of Pathological Conditions in Permanent Dentitions in Children, Adolescents, and Adults

  • Codesheet for E6 (2002)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377101] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This document is an explanation of abbreviations and codes for Database E.6 Individual Records of Non-metric Observations in Deciduous Dentitions in Children.

  • Codesheet for E7 (2002)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377102] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This document is an explanation of abbreviations and codes for Database E.7 Individual Records of Hypoplasias and Carious Lesions in Permanent Dentitions in Children, Adolescents, and Adults

  • Codesheet for E8 (2002)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377103] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This document is an explanation of abbreviations and codes for Database E.8 Individual Records of Infracranial Measurements in Adults from Ban Chiang

  • Codesheet for E9 (2002)
    DOCUMENT [ID: 377104] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This document is an explanation of abbreviations and codes for Database E.9 Individual Records of Infracranial Non-metric Variation in Adults and Adolescents

  • Database E.1 Individual Records of Cranial Measurements, Indices, and Capacities in Adults (2002)
    DATASET [ID: 376861] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This database is part of Appendix E, from Ban Chiang, a Prehistoric Village Site in Northeast Thailand, Volume 1: The Human Skeletal Remains (tDAR ID #: 376592). Database E.1 contains metric observations (Cranial Measurements, Indices, and Capacities in Adults) by individual burial excavated from the BC and BCES locales at Ban Chiang, Thailand. Coding information is pasted at the bottom of this abstract, and can also be downloaded as a .txt document at tDAR ID#: SPECID = Individual...

  • Database E.10 Individual Records of Vertebral Non-metric Variation in Adults and Adolescents (2002)
    DATASET [ID: 377018] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This database is part of Appendix E, from Ban Chiang, a Prehistoric Village Site in Northeast Thailand, Volume 1: The Human Skeletal Remains (tDAR ID #: 376592). Database E.4 contains metric observations (Measurements of Permanent Dentitions in Adolescents and Adults) by individual burial excavated from the BC and BCES locales at Ban Chiang, Thailand. Coding information is pasted at the bottom of this abstract, and can also be downloaded as a .txt document at tDAR ID#: SPECID = Individual...

  • Database E.11 Individual Records of Osteoarthritis in the Adolescent and Adult Skull and Appendicular Skeletons from Ban Chiang (2002)
    DATASET [ID: 377019] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This database is part of Appendix E, from Ban Chiang, a Prehistoric Village Site in Northeast Thailand, Volume 1: The Human Skeletal Remains (tDAR ID #: 376592). Database E.11 contains non-metric observations (Osteoarthritis in the Adolescent and Adult Skull and Appendicular Skeletons from Ban Chiang) by individual burial excavated from the BC and BCES locales at Ban Chiang, Thailand. Coding information is pasted at the bottom of this abstract, and can also be downloaded as a .txt document at...

  • Database E.12 Individual Records of Osteoarthritis and Osteophytosis in Adult Vertebral Columns (2002)
    DATASET [ID: 377020] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This database is part of Appendix E, from Ban Chiang, a Prehistoric Village Site in Northeast Thailand, Volume 1: The Human Skeletal Remains (tDAR ID #: 376592). Database E.12 contains non-metric observations (Osteoarthritis and Osteophytosis in Adult Vertebral Columns) by individual burial excavated from the BC and BCES locales at Ban Chiang, Thailand. Coding information is pasted at the bottom of this abstract, and can also be downloaded as a .txt document at tDAR ID#: SPECID = Individual...

  • Database E.2 Individual Records of Mandibular Measurements and Indices in Adults (2002)
    DATASET [ID: 376862] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This database is part of Appendix E, from Ban Chiang, a Prehistoric Village Site in Northeast Thailand, Volume 1: The Human Skeletal Remains (tDAR ID #: 376592). Database E.2 contains metric observations (Mandibular Measurements and Indices in Adults) by individual burial excavated from the BC and BCES locales at Ban Chiang, Thailand. Coding information is pasted at the bottom of this abstract, and can also be downloaded as a .txt document at tDAR ID#: SPECID = Individual Burial...

  • Database E.3 Individual Records of Cranial Non-metric Variation in Adolescents and Adults (2002)
    DATASET [ID: 376928] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This database is part of Appendix E, from Ban Chiang, a Prehistoric Village Site in Northeast Thailand, Volume 1: The Human Skeletal Remains (tDAR ID #: 376592). Database E.3 contains non-metric observations (Cranial Non-metric Variation in Adolescents and Adults) by individual burial excavated from the BC and BCES locales at Ban Chiang, Thailand. Coding information is pasted at the bottom of this abstract, and can also be downloaded as a .txt document at tDAR ID#: SPECID = Individual...

  • Database E.4 Individual Records of Measurements of Permanent Dentitions in Adolescents and Adults (2002)
    DATASET [ID: 376929] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This database is part of Appendix E, from Ban Chiang, a Prehistoric Village Site in Northeast Thailand, Volume 1: The Human Skeletal Remains (tDAR ID #: 376592). Database E.4 contains metric observations (Measurements of Permanent Dentitions in Adolescents and Adults) by individual burial excavated from the BC and BCES locales at Ban Chiang, Thailand. Coding information is pasted at the bottom of this abstract, and can also be downloaded as a .txt document at tDAR ID#: SPECID = Individual...

  • Database E.5a Individual Records of Non-metric Observations in Permanent Dentitions in Children, Adolescents, and Adults (2002)
    DATASET [ID: 377009] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This database is part of Appendix E, from Ban Chiang, a Prehistoric Village Site in Northeast Thailand, Volume 1: The Human Skeletal Remains (tDAR ID #: 376592). Database E.5a contains non-metric observations (Permanent Dentitions in Children, Adolescents, and Adults) by individual burial excavated from the BC and BCES locales at Ban Chiang, Thailand. Coding information is pasted at the bottom of this abstract, and can also be downloaded as a .txt document at tDAR ID#: SPECID =...

  • Database E.5b Individual Records of Pathological Conditions in Permanent Dentitions in Children, Adolescents, and Adults (2002)
    DATASET [ID: 377010] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This database is part of Appendix E, from Ban Chiang, a Prehistoric Village Site in Northeast Thailand, Volume 1: The Human Skeletal Remains (tDAR ID #: 376592). Database E.5b contains non-metric observations (Pathological Conditions in Permanent Dentitions in Children, Adolescents, and Adults) by individual burial excavated from the BC and BCES locales at Ban Chiang, Thailand. Coding information is pasted at the bottom of this abstract, and can also be downloaded as a .txt document at tDAR...

  • Database E.6 Individual Records of Non-metric Observations in Deciduous Dentitions in Children (2002)
    DATASET [ID: 377012] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This database is part of Appendix E, from Ban Chiang, a Prehistoric Village Site in Northeast Thailand, Volume 1: The Human Skeletal Remains (tDAR ID #: 376592). Database E.6 contains non-metric observations (Deciduous Dentitions in Children) by individual burial excavated from the BC and BCES locales at Ban Chiang, Thailand. Coding information is pasted at the bottom of this abstract, and can also be downloaded as a .txt document at tDAR ID#: SPECID = Individual Burial Number ...

  • Database E.7 Individual Records of Hypoplasias and Carious Lesions in Permanent Dentitions in Children, Adolescents, and Adults (2002)
    DATASET [ID: 377014] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This database is part of Appendix E, from Ban Chiang, a Prehistoric Village Site in Northeast Thailand, Volume 1: The Human Skeletal Remains (tDAR ID #: 376592). Database E.7 contains non-metric observations (Hypoplasias and Carious Lesions in Permanent Dentitions in Children, Adolescents, and Adults) by individual burial excavated from the BC and BCES locales at Ban Chiang, Thailand. Coding information is pasted at the bottom of this abstract, and can also be downloaded as a .txt document at...

  • Database E.8 Individual Records of Infracranial Measurements in Adults from Ban Chiang (2002)
    DATASET [ID: 377015] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This database is part of Appendix E, from Ban Chiang, a Prehistoric Village Site in Northeast Thailand, Volume 1: The Human Skeletal Remains (tDAR ID #: 376592). Database E.8 contains metric observations (Infracranial Measurements in Adults from Ban Chiang) by individual burial excavated from the BC and BCES locales at Ban Chiang, Thailand. Coding information is pasted at the bottom of this abstract, and can also be downloaded as a .txt document at tDAR ID#: SPECID = Individual Burial...

  • Database E.9 Individual Records of Infracranial Non-metric Variation in Adults and Adolescents (2002)
    DATASET [ID: 377017] Michael Pietrusewsky. Michele Toomay Douglas.

    This database is part of Appendix E, from Ban Chiang, a Prehistoric Village Site in Northeast Thailand, Volume 1: The Human Skeletal Remains (tDAR ID #: 376592). Database E.9 contains non-metric observations (Infracranial Non-metric Variation in Adults and Adolescents) by individual burial excavated from the BC and BCES locales at Ban Chiang, Thailand. Coding information is pasted at the bottom of this abstract, and can also be downloaded as a .txt document at tDAR ID#: SPECID = Individual...

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