archaeological record

Archaeology of african-american life and cultureArchaeology of african-american life and culture
Theoretical, methodological, and ethical issues will be addressed. Through lectures, I will introduce the readings and provide broad overviews of the overarching topics and issues within the field of African-American Archaeology
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Excavating Occaneechi Town Archaeology of an Eighteenth-Century Indian Village in North CarolinaExcavating Occaneechi Town Archaeology of an Eighteenth-Century Indian Village in North Carolina
Research Laboratories of Archaeology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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2009 study tour report2009 study tour report
British historian F. Haverfield (1912). Their concept of culture-contact with gradual change brought largely about by assimilation replaced a more simplistic view that the Romans conquered, occupied and finally departed; in short
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& Danish Kings: The Vikings in Britain 793-1066& Danish Kings: The Vikings in Britain 793-1066
Northumbria, and miserably afflicted the inhabitants: these were exceptional flashes of lightning, and fiery dragons were seen flying in the air, and soon followed a great famine
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English 401—Viking Studies Norse Raiders, Laws, & Kings: The Vikings in BritainEnglish 401—Viking Studies Norse Raiders, Laws, & Kings: The Vikings in Britain
These Scandinavian invaders still adhered to the old pagan religion, and thus their appearance in Britain reinvigorated the pre-Christian Germanic elements in the cultural melting-pot
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Saa principles of Archaeological EthicsSaa principles of Archaeological Ethics
Saa bulletin, and at two sessions held at the saa booth during the 1995 annual meeting in Minneapolis. The final principles presented here are revised from the original draft based on comments from members and the Executive Board
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Southeast asian archaeology international newsletterSoutheast asian archaeology international newsletter
Elisabeth a. Bacus & rasmi shoocongdej institute of Archaeology Dept of Archaeology
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Homer. It begins with the pioneering work of Heinrich Schliemann and the subsequent investigations of the agreed site of Troy in Turkey
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Was There a Trojan War?Was There a Trojan War?
Turkey that began as an Early Bronze Age citadel in the third millennium B. C. and ended as a Byzantine settlement before being abandoned in A. D. 1350. However, as current director of the excavations
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Was There a Trojan War?Was There a Trojan War?
Turkey that began as an Early Bronze Age citadel in the third millennium B. C. and ended as a Byzantine settlement before being abandoned in A. D. 1350. However, as current director of the excavations
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Two Food/Fiber/Medical plants in use in Eastern EuropeTwo Food/Fiber/Medical plants in use in Eastern Europe
Note: See also the files: hemp-msg, hemp-cloth-msg, textiles-msg, linen-msg, fabric-ident-msg, spinning-msg, looms-msg, weaving-lnks, weaving-msg, Russia-msg, East-Eur-msg
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Who Were the First Americans? IntroductionWho Were the First Americans? Introduction
The second mystery is the matter of how the first inhabitants got to the Americas. Walking? A boat? Hot air balloon? And of course, we have to ask the question “Who cares?” Why does it matter who was here first and how they came?
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The archaeology of the larger medieval townsThe archaeology of the larger medieval towns
Although their general results are widely known from interim publications, formal publication of many of these projects has only recently taken place
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