The Social Significance of Mimbres Painted Pottery in the US Southwest

Summary

Supporting data for "The Social Significance of Mimbres Painted Pottery in the US Southwest" by Michelle Hegmon, Will G. Russel, Kendall Baller, Matthew A. Peeples, and Sarah Striker submitted to American Antiquity 2020.

All of the data for this article are derived from the Mimbres Pottery Images Digital Database (MimPIDD) at https://core.tdar.org/collection/22070/mimbres-pottery-images-digital-database-with-search. Data for specific analyses are compiled in tables available in this project. These include (1) the coding guide and data table used in the analysis of geometric designs; (2) the data table used to document the consistency of design structure and profile-style depictions representational bowls.

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The Social Significance of Mimbres Painted Pottery in the US Southwest. ( tDAR id: 455455) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8455455

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Temporal Coverage

None: 550 to 1150

Spatial Coverage

min long: -109.611; min lat: 31.325 ; max long: -104.866; max lat: 34.931 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contributor(s): Will Russel; Kendall Baller; Matthew Peeples; Sarah Striker

Principal Investigator(s): Michelle Hegmon

Resources Inside this Project (Viewing 1-4 of 4)

Documents

  1. Mimbres Geometric Designs Coding Sheet (2020)
  2. Mimbres Structure and Profile Coding Sheet (2020)

Datasets

  1. Mimbres Geometric Designs (2020)
  2. Mimbres Structure and Profile (2020)