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  1. Archeology of the south coast ranges of California by Zenon Stephen Pohorecky, 1964
  2. Investigations into south Plains prehistory, west central Texas: Salvage archeology in the Robert Lee Reservoir district (Papers of the Texas Archeological Salvage Project) by Harry J Shafer, 1971
  3. Archeological excavations at seven South District sites in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia: Archeological survey report by Paul Y Inashima, 1989
  4. Archeological investigations south of Randall Creek and south of Bushkill Access and additional archeological investigations of the Stoehr Site, 36PI148, ... Lehman Township, Pike County, Pennsylvania by John R Wright, 1997
  5. Woodland occupation in the Upper Coastal Plain of South Carolina: An archeological reconnaissance of the Carolina Power and Light Company's Lake Robinson to Sumter 230 kV transmission line corridor by Veletta Canouts, 1984
  6. An archeological synthesis of south-central and southwestern New Mexico by Steven A LeBlanc, 1980
  7. Archeological Regions of Colombia: A Ceramic Survey. Together With: Excavations in the Vicinity of Cali, Colombia. (YALE UNIVERSITY PUBLICATIONS IN ANTHROPOLOGY, NUMBERS THIRTY AND THIRTY-ONE) by wendell c. ; james a. ford bennett, 1944
  8. The unabridged version of tribes of the Carolina Lowland: Pedee-Sewee-Winyaw-Waccamaw-Cape Fear-Congaree-Wateree-Santee (Research manuscript series) by Stanley A South, 1972
  9. Archeology at Last End Point: The testing and evaluation of three shell midden sites (38 Bu 66, 38 Bu 166, and 38 Bu 167) at the Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge : a report by Frank Newkirk Charles, 1984
  10. Discovering The Inca Ice Maiden by Johan Reinhard, 1998-02-01
  11. What Do We Know About the Amazonian Indians? (What Do We Know About) by Anna Lewington, 1993-09
  12. The Ancient Incas: Chronicles from National Geographic (Cultural and Geographical Exploration.) by Hiram Bingham, National Geographic Society (U. S.), 1999-01
  13. The Aztecs (History Beneath Your Feet) by Peter Chrisp, 1999-10
  14. The collection survey: Third phase : recording and indexing collected data (Research manuscript series) by Tommy Charles, 1984

41. International Projects - South America
an explosion of new information about the birds of south america, The Department s Latin american Archaeology Fund provides numerous kinds of
International Activities
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Birds of Guyana History of the Amazon Canela Indians Golden Lion Tamarins ... Biology of Forest Fragments
Birds of Guyana
The past 30 years have produced an explosion of new information about the birds of South America, but very little about those of Guyana or the Guianan Shield in general. The Bird Divisions of the Smithsonian and the University of Kansas, in collaboration with the University of Guyana, are attempting to correct the situation by making a modern four-year survey, which began in 1994. Scientists point out that it is critical to make the survey now, while much of Guyana is in a pristine state. The region is considered to be of international conservation importance. Contact: Dr. Michael Braun, Department of Vertebrate Zoology, National Museum of Natural History.
History of the Amazon
Dr. Paul Colinvaux, Senior Scientist at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI), is directing a project to reconstruct the climate and vegetation of the Amazon Basin since at least the last glacial maximum, using evidence from analysis of pollen in the sediments of ancient lakes. The team has already secured the first ice-age records from the Amazon, in Ecuador. They are now extending that record across the width of Brazil, working from rafts using hand-operated drills. Dr. Colinvaux is building a national-scale pollen reference collection and laboratory at STRI. Contact: Dr. Paul Colinvaux, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute.

42. Archaeology And History - South America
Archaeology and History south america 1995, 37, 2, 337, Michczynski et al.A Computer-Based Database for Radiocarbon Dates of Central Andean Archaeology.
Archaeology and History - South America
Year Vol No Page Author Title Hedges et al. Methodological Issues in the C Dating of Rock Painting Long, Martin and Lagiglia Ground Sloth Extinction and Human Occupation at Gruta del Indio, Argentina Michczynski et al. A Computer-Based Database for Radiocarbon Dates of Central Andean Archaeology

43. The Comparative Archaeology WEB Chronology Of America ©
North and south america together make up more than 46% of the earth’s land. Table 1 Chronology of North american Archaeology by Culture Area (Click on
Added August 27, 2000 . Updated May 8, 2004 Since it appears that there is relatively little readily available information in many parts of the world on American Archaeology, this Internet page aims to inform archaeologists on the subject. The aim is to facilitate Comparative Archaeology as defined on the home page of the Comparative Archaeology WEB©. This page will be refined and improved as deemed necessary and useful.
The Comparative Archaeology WEB: Chronology of America
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America is named after the Italian navigator Amerigo Vespucci (1451-1512 AD). The German geographer Martin Waldseemüller in his popular account of his travels first used the name in 1507. It originally referred only South America and the West Indies America United States of America USA Americas South America are considered separate continents. In addition, North American archaeologists customarily divide lands of the western hemisphere into three broad regions: North America , Central or Mesoamerica , and South America North and South America North America is the third largest continent with 24 235 280 square kilometers (km ). By comparison

44. Precolumbian Art Of South America - Web Resources And Image Links
Precolumbian Art of south america Web Resources and Image Links.
Precolumbian Art of South America
(before 1532 A.D.)
Note: these are resources on Precolumbian South America (Peru and the Andes) in general. For specific periods and cultures, see: Early Peru and Later Peru Web Links
Andean Links
and Latin American Links . Ramon Soler
Central Andes Links
. John W. Hoopes
Pre-Columbian Culture Links
. Ron Warner
Resources for South American Archaeology
. ArchNet History and Cultures
Ancient Latin American Civilizations
. Antonio de la Cova, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Andean Archaeology
. Bruce Owen
Andean Archaeology Online
. John Hoopes
Andean Chronology
. Anthropology Museum, Guayaquil
Archaeology Research in Peru
. Bruce Owen Arqueologia del Peru . Arql. Lizardo Tavera Civilizations In America , from World Cultures . Richard Hooker Imgages of sites in Peru . Clive Ruggles The Myths of Mexico and Peru , Chapters VI and VII. Louis Spence, 1913 South American Images . South American Sites and Cultures . EMuseum, Minnesota State University at Mankato The Spirit of Ancient Peru . Museum Sites Boston Museum . Search results - "Peru" British Museum . Search results - "South America" Carlos Museum of Emory University . Americas collection Cleveland Museum of Art . Search results - "Peru" Detroit Institute of Arts . Precolumbian collection Dumbarton Oaks: Early Andean Gallery and Later Andean Gallery Kimbell Art Museum . Pre-Columbian collection Logan Museum of Beloit College . South American collection Louvre (Musée du quai Branly) . Americas collection Metropolitan Museum of Art . Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas

45. Latin American Antiquity: Modern Society Archaeology In South America: Material
Access the article, Modern Society Archaeology in south america Material Culture,Discourses and Practices.(Book Review) from Latin american Antiquity,
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46. Archaeology--Ancient History/World History Lesson Plan (grades 6-8)--DiscoverySc
Students learn that archaeology is the field that concentrates on recovering If Assignment Discovery s Unearthing south america has got you digging
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Students will understand the following: Archaeology is the field that concentrates on recovering and studying physical evidence of earlier human life and culture. Archaeologists have worked on sites all over the world. Archaeologists have contributed to our understanding of ancient cultures and the history of humankind. Materials For this lesson, you will need: Up-to-date reference materials about major archaeological discoveries Visual reference materials that students can copy or adapt for their oral presentations Procedures Assign one of the following archaeological sites (or others that you may prefer to focus on) to each of your groups:
  • Easter Island Knossos Machu Picchu Mesa Verde cliff dwellings Nineveh Pompeii Tiahuanaco (also spelled Tiahuanacu; spotlighted in the Discovery video)

47. Athena Review 1,3: Main Index: New World Explorers Part I: South America And Car
Athena Review, Journal of Archaeology, History, and Exploration, Volume I, no.3 1997, New World Explorers, part I south america
Recent Finds in Archaeology Book Reviews Museum Reviews free trial issue ... subscribe Athena Review Journal of Archaeology, History, and Exploration Volume I, no. 3: 1997 New World Explorers, part I: South America The Caribbean Antilles The Island Taino Culture Aruba St. Eustatius First Voyage of Columbus on Zemis The Amazon's mouth: Pinzon, de Lepe, Cabral The Omagua Tribes of the Ucayali Rio de la Plata Hans Staden and the Tupinamba The Quest for El Dorado Sebastian Cabot Terra Firma: The North Coast Alonzo de Ojeda Third Voyage of Columbus Tribes of northern Colombia lowlands Francisco Pizarro Pre-Inca ruins at Tiahuanaco Discovery of Machu Picchu Early New World Migrations
PaleoIndians, Arawaks, and Caribs.
PreColumbian Pottery in the Antilles

Saladoid, Ostionoid, Chicoid.
The Vikings in Vinland

Leif Erikson and L'Anse aux Meadows.
Languages of South America

Mapping a Forest of Cultures.
Orellana and the Amazons

Trekking down the Amazon River in 1541-2.
Darwin at Tierra del Fuego
Meeting the native Fuegians in 1832-4.
Documentary Articles
Rivers seen from Space Amazonian crossroads near Manaus.

48. ScienceDaily -- Browse Topics: Science/Social_Sciences/Archaeology/Regional/Sout
south america Archaeology Net Links - From The Kota Mama Expedition -An expedition by the Scientific Exploration Society across the south
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50. Major Archaeology Media In South America - Archaeology Magazines, Radio And TV N
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51. Pilgrimage Route Uncovered At South America's Lake Titicaca
Pilgrimage Route Uncovered at south america s Lake Titicaca Cotsen Instituteof Archaeology at UCLA University of Texas Press Lake Titicaca
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June 4, 2001 Describing what they call "the Andean equivalent of Canterbury," two scholars have documented numerous ancient sites at South America's Lake Titicaca that were a popular pilgrimage route as long as 2,500 years ago. Believing that the sun and the moon first arose from the islands, the Inca built temples for worshiping the heavenly bodies about A.D. 1500 and the area became a popular pilgrimage route. But two anthropologists who have been studying the islands' ruins have discovered shrines dating as far back as 500 B.C., which indicates that the islands were regarded as a sacred place even by civilizations that pre-dated the Incans. "Ritual ceremonies were being conducted on these islands when Socrates was giving his lectures at the Acropolis," said Charles Stanish of the University of California-Los Angeles, co-author of a new book on the research findings. "The Inca didn't create something new, they usurped the sacred places of earlier peoples." Development Concerns During their ongoing study of the area, Stanish and co-author Brian Bauer of the University of Illinois in Chicago found 185 archaeological sites. Their research revealed that the islands have been occupied much longer than thought, dating back to hunter-gatherers of 2000 B.C.

52. ARI - Archaeology In Central And South America
web sites relating to archaeology and anthropology from across Central and SouthAmerica.
Archaeology - South/Central America
Ancient Mesoamerican Civilizations
Andes Web Ring (pictures of various sites and monuments)
Archaeological Landscapes in Costa Rica's Cartago Valley (Costa Rica)
Archaeological Research at north-west Patagonia (Argentina)
Archaeology and anthropology in Costa Rica
Archaeology in the Iwokrama Rainforest, Guyana
Archaeology of Costa Rica
Archaeology of Costa Rica
Archaeology of Golfito (Costa Rica)
Archaeology of Teotihuacan, Mexico: The city of the gods
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53. Archaeology Of South America
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54. WWW Virtual Library: Anthropology: Archaeology: Regional Studies: South America
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55. Anthropology At Tulane University
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56. UNT Department Of History: South America Caribbean, Archaeology And Anthropology
This page provides links to web resources on Archaeology and Anthropology Studies.
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57. Institute Of Archaeology UCL
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Archaeological Field School in Ecuador, south america Summer 2005 The courseis entitled ANT 4824, Field methods in Archaeology, and it is offered
Archaeological Field School in Ecuador South America - Summer 2006 Term B June 29 - August 11, 2006
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The archaeological field program is in its ninth year of operation. We have accepted and trained students from accredited colleges and universities in the U.S. , South America, and Europe . The academic purpose of the program is to train graduate and undergraduate students in archaeological field and laboratory methods. Participants are taught approaches to the practice of archaeology, such as survey, excavation, data recording, laboratory procedures, and writing of reports. The training includes weekly lectures that focus on the process and theory of archaeological research and the prehistory of coastal Ecuador . Lectures are given by Field School instructors and guest lecturers (both local and foreign). The instructor-student ratio in the field is 1:5. The program may be of special interest not only to Anthropology majors but Geology and Geography graduate and undergraduate students. On the way to the site (l).

59. Index Of Native American Archaeology & Anthropology Resources On The Internet
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60. Archaeology Of South America: Books On Archaeology Of South America
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