Category: Archaeology

At Home in Her Tomb: Lady Dai and the Ancient Chinese

Christine Liu-Perkins, Sarah S. Brannen

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Lemoine, Ximena, Zeder, Melinda A., Bishop, Katelyn J. and Rufolo, Scott J. 2014. A Prehistoric Example of Severe Temporo-Mandibular Arthritic Change in the Presence of a Well-Balanced Dentition. Pastoralist Mobility and Social Controls In Inner Asia: Experiments Using Agent-Based Modeling. The Bridge: Journal of the Danish American Heritage Society, 18(2): 9-39. Global Environmental Change, 2015 (35):368-378 [DOI] [Details] '‘Locating the locale of local food: the importance of context, space and social relations’' Carroll, B. & Fahy, F. (2014) '‘Locating the locale of local food: the importance of context, space and social relations’'.

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100 Things You Should Know about Archeology (100 Things You

John Farndon

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Major cultural developments are explored through archaeological data, as well as other disciplines, including biogeography and geoarchaeology. Tello founded the National Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology in Lima. Small wonder that Marx in deconstructing it would find Proudhon’s vision so unintendedly reactionary. Today, the modern day Southern and Ute Mountain Ute people occupy southwestern Colorado.

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Dinosaur Mountain: Digging into the Jurassic Age

Deborah Kogan Ray

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As Heyerdahl -- who died Thursday (read the obituary) -- would later describe it, it was a somewhat comical finale to a 5,000-mile odyssey in pursuit of an answer to one of Earth's abiding mysteries: How did humankind spread from one continent to the next? "The Kon-Tiki expedition opened my eyes to what the ocean really is. Oligarchy - Government by a few, usually wealthy, upper-class families. A Crow Chief's Tribute to the Unknown Soldier. Nadel, Dani, Piperno, Dolores R., Holst, Irene, Snir, Ainit and Weiss, Ehud 2012.

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Mummies

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The fundamental social "entity" is found repeating throughout the social system with variations: like nuclear families found over and over in our society. Techniques are being refined, and new ones are under development. Conference Paper [Details] Geographies of the Public. Fu Jun) in Tibet Geographic, vol. 1, pp. 133–138. New skills they need to develop alone in the field are knowledge of how to access savanna food and water sources and to maintain constant awareness of life-threatening dangers from predators and environmental change.” Roeland Paardekooper, Ph.

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Pompeii (Unearthing Ancient Worlds)

Liz Sonneborn

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Dendrochronology, the dating of trees by counting their growth rings, was first developed for archaeological purposes by A. This book is a detailed outline describing the city of Pisidian Antioch, its significance in Biblical times and its archaeological ruins. Get into the field on an Expedition, Community Service trip, Photography Workshop, or University Workshop, in a destination that captures your imagination. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 141(4): 665-667. Newsletter (New Zealand Archaeological Association), 23(1): 46-50.

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History Beneath Your Feet (Social Studies-History)

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Journal of Archaeological Science, 20(3): 337-362. Other complementary minors include history, geography, and biology. Historical Archaeology 33(1): 136-58, reprinted in Revealing Landscapes. Material culture includes the buildings, tools, and other artifacts that constitute the material remains of a former society -- its technology and artifacts combined. A Throwing Knife through Production and Use. Hand pressure distribution during Oldowan stone tool production.

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The Tomb of King Tutankhamen (Unearthing Ancient Worlds)

Michael Woods

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Ancient Maya, from their beginnings to the historic period. Paper given at the Department of Geography, University College Dublin, Eire. This undoubtedly produced, as was the case in the broad left of the time, biases in thinking. In Europe and the People Without History (1982), Eric Wolf criticized what he called “disciplinary imperialism” or the practice of swallowing other disciplines whole and banishing certain topics from discussion. I supported Bookchin’s proposal for a “‘municipal libertarianism’ embedded in a bioregional conception of associated municipal assemblies rationally regulating their interchanges with each other as well as with nature.

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Sarsi texts, University of California publications in

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Causes of conflict between tribes varied, but typically involved terrritorial rights, male coming-of-age rituals, or retaliation. Most social anarchists I know (as Springer admits) find the Marxist critical exposé and theoretical account of how capital circulates and accumulates in space and time and through environmental transformations helpful. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers.

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Life in a Roman Fort (Picture the Past)

Jane Shuter

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He is a regular commentator in the progressive media, and his most recent book is Common Ground: Democracy and Collectivity in an Age of Individualism (Pluto Press, 2013). Current Archaeology Live! 2016 returned to Senate House, London, on 26-27 February, for another entertaining, stimulating, and enjoyable two days! Today the Inca Trail winds through the mountains and along the path of the ancient royal highway. Prerequisite(s): Consent of the Department. Journal of Pacific History, 45(1): 37-56.

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Inca Mummies: Sacrifices and Rituals

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The Archaeology of Global Change: The Impact of Humans on Their Environment. The results of Heyerdahl's research were later published in his 800-page volume, American Indians in the Pacific (Stockholm, London, Chicago, 1952). Paleopathology Program at Smithsonian-Institution - Purposes and Present Status. Remote sensing techniques that are either developed within or out of the field, GIS, GPS, and computer-aided drafting software (CAD) are inescapable routes that cannot be ignored in the field (Howard 2007).

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