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  1. Pre-Columbia America: The art and archeology of South, Central and Middle America (Publications in Anthropology and History No. 2) by Unknown, 1974
  2. Pre-Columbian America: The Art and Archeology of South, Central and Middle America by Lee A. Parsons, 1974
  3. Pre-Columnian America: The Art and Archeology of South, Central and MIddle America by Lee A. Parsons, 1974
  5. The Indian Heritage of America an Authoritative Book for the General Reader and Student Alike on the Archeology, Ethnology, and History of the Tribes and Cultures of the Indians of North and south America from Prehistoric Times to the Present Day by Alvin M. Josephy, 1968
  7. Method and Theory in Historical Archeology (Studies in Archeology) by Stanley A. South, 1977-06
  8. Historic sites archeology in the Fort Randall Reservoir, South Dakota (River Basin Surveys. Papers) by John E Mills, 1960
  9. authoritative book for the general reader and student on the archeology,ethnology,and history of the tribes and cultures of the indians of north and south america from prehistoric times to the present day by Alvin M Josephy, 1974
  10. Oahe Reservoir: Archeology, geology, history by Warren W Caldwell, 1963
  11. Actas Del Iii Simposium Nacional De Antropologia, Arqueologia Y Etnohistoria De Panama (CENTRO DE INVESTIGACIONES ANTROPOLOGICAS) by UNIVERSIDAD DE PANAMA, 1972
  12. The Excavations At Corozal, Venezuela: Stratigraphy and Ceramic Seriation (YALE UNIVERSITY PUBLICATIONS IN ANTHROPOLOGY, NUMBER 83) by ANNA CURTENIUS ROOSEVELT, 1997
  13. Photographic Guide to Cusco and Machupicchu - Cusco, Peru: Archeological Capital of South America
  14. The antiquities of Manabi, Ecuador: Final report (Contributions to South American archeology) by Marshall Howard Saville, 1910

81. WWW: Mesoamerica
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A general site on ancient Mexico with map, timeline, a feature on the conquest, historical documents, and more. BRASS/El Pilar Project
Brief description of the Belize River Archaeological Settlement Survey and the excavation of the site of El Pilar, astride the Belize-Guatemala border, by Anabel Ford of the University of California, Santa Barbara Caracol Archaeological Project
Description and photographs of the Caracol Project headed by Arlen and Diane Chase from the University of Central Florida FAMSI
Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies, Inc., provides research grants, Kerr rollout photographs, Schele Drawings, and bibliography for ancient Central America. New: online Maya hieroglyphic dictionary La Milpa Maya
Archaeological and environmental GIS data with maps and images of the ancient Maya city of La Milpa, Belize, available for download Lost King of the Maya

The Machu Picchu Librarylinks to information on Peru, Machu Picchu, and the Inka Machu Picchu and Inca Trail
A virtual tour of Machu Picchu with information and 360 degree views

82. South And Mesoamerican Archaeology
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83. HJG: Periodicals Directory: Topical Index: South American Archaeology
Topical Index south American Archaeology Revista de arqueología americana Journal of American archaeology - Journal d archéologie américaine
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84. South American Archaeology - Academic Info
Directory of online resources on south American archaeology.
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Search Index Contact ... Archaeology South America Huge Savings on Scholarly and General Books at our Bookstore Ancient Raised Field Agriculture- Applied Archaeology in the Bolivian Amazon
Includes links to related articles Anthropology and Archaeology Pages
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Essays by James Q. Jacobs Archaeology Research in Peru
"These pages contain full browseable text, abstracts, references, and selected graphics from archaeological research papers presented by Bruce Owen at academic conferences, plus a picture gallery of archaeological ceramics and other information."
Bruce Owen Center for the Study of the First Americans
"The Center will continue with its established publication, research, and outreach programs at Texas A&M as well as initiate new projects and programs."
  • Mammoth Trumpet (ejournal)
    " the quarterly newspaper of the Center for the Study of the First Americans. It reports on research in all sciences pertaining to the study of the peopling of North and South America."

85. South American Archaeology Pictures Of Record
south American Series Near East Series View Images Home Page MesoamericanSurvey Ethnic Images. For books on south American archaeology american.htm
South American Series Paracas Textiles
Burial bundles from the Paracas Necropolis in Coastal Peru contained the greatest treasure of ancient textiles ever found in the Americas. Dating from about 450-150 B.C., they are remarkable for the quality of the weaving and embroidery and for the state of preservation. This set details the iconography and various styles of the textiles. By Anne Paul.
87 slides $166 Available on CD-Rom Inca Technology
This set focuses on strategies the Incas used in the challenging environmental conditions of the Andes. The technology used to expand their empire is shown through archaeological and ethnohistorical images. 17th century drawings supplement pictures of Inca roads, canals, terraces, and other artifacts. By Susan A. Niles.
90 slides $166 Available on CD-Rom Inca Royal Architecture in the Cuzco Region
The monumental architecture of the Incas reflects the order and precision with which they planned and ruled their world. This set includes plans and detailed photographs of Cuzco and its outlying shrines and country estates, including Machu Picchu. By Susan A. Niles and Anne Paul.

86. Collections: Meso- & South American Art - Museum Of Art And Archaeology - Univer
Collections Meso and south American Art Museum of Art and Archaeology 1Pickard Hall Columbia, MO 65211-1420 phone 573-882-3591 fax 573-884-4039
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Collections Home Ancient Coins Oceanic ... Asian Mummy Mask with Inlaid Eyes In the Chimu culture of Peru's north coast, the dead were buried in a seated position, bundled in layers of textiles and accompanied by offerings of ceramics, garments, featherwork, precious metals and food. A mask or false head was placed over the mummy bundle. The eyes on this example still show traces of their original paint. Burials discovered up and down the arid coast of Peru indicate that graves with elaborate offerings were common among several ancient cultures. Mummy Mask with Inlaid Eyes Peru, Chimu Ca. 1100-1450 Wood, shell, and paint Gift of Bernard R. Sperling Figure Wearing Flayed Skin, Attribute of the God Xipe Totec Xipe Totec, "Our Lord the Flayed One," was the god of springtime and regenerative power. Impersonators of the deity donned the flayed skin of human sacrificial victims in a twenty-one-day religious ritual that concerned vegetation life cycles. The edges of the flayed skin can be seen on this figure at the wrists and ankles and around the mouth. The small hands around the pedestal probably represent sacrificial victims.

87. Introduction To Archaeology: South American Prehistory
Why is the jungle ignored in so many treatments of south American archaeology? south American civilizations are the only ones which developed no writing
Home Courses INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY Modules: overview
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Tests and Assessments: Syllabus South American Prehistory Lesson Objectives: Trace the development of several cultures on the continent; compare early civilizations here with others elsewhere on earth. What is the maritime hypothesis ? It is the idea that sedentary, year-round, large-scale settlement and the development of complex society is possible without agriculture in coastal areas such as western Peru, where the resources are plentiful and dependable. Mike Moseley, of the University of Florida, developed this hypothesis to explain the foundations of civilization in Peru. We have certainly seen early sedentism before in this class, even 4,000 years ago on the south Florida coast. But here the argument is that it can lead to even more complex developments. What is the What were the earliest regional states in South America? Between 200 B.C. and A.D. 600, the Moche culture on the north coast of Peru is famous for its

88. South American Archaeology: Syllabus
Home Courses south AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY Nancy White. Modules 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Exercises 0 1 2 3 4 5 6
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Nancy White University of South Florida
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Required texts: Moseley, Michael The Incas and Their Ancestors , Thames and Hudson, NY (M) Bruhns, Karen, Ancient South Americans , Cambridge U. Press, NY (B) PLUS required articles, indicated below (other articles may be suggested in class) DATE, DISCUSSION TOPIC, READINGS 7-14 Jan Geography of South America, history of archaeology Mother Jones, May/June:24-28 16-21 Jan Paleo-Indian evidence: the first South Americans Science Archaeology 50(2):60-63; Atwood 2003, Archaeology 23-28 Jan Archaic, Preceramic: 6000-2000 B.C.; sedentism M: Ch5, 1 st half of 6; B: Ch 5 30 Jan-4 Feb Initial Period: 2000-700 B.C.; farming, mounds ** 6 Feb Take-home EXAM #1 due ** 6-13 Feb Early Horizon, Chavin: ~1000-200 BC; civilization 18-25 Feb Early Intermediate, regional diversification: Moche

89. Architecture Solar Virtual Reality Native American Archaeology
Native American Virtual Reality Archaeology An Architect s Perspective, (Hohokam Culture, Casa Grande National Park, south Central Arizona)
Dennis Holloway, An Architect in Northern New Mexico
Architecture/NativeAmerican Home Early Work

Since early childhood, I have been fascinated by Native American architecture. But in the place where I grew up in Shiawassee County, Michigan , I can not remember ever seeing a single artifact of the original Chippewa Indian buildings or places they builtso transformative was the modern farming to Michigan's Lower Peninsula! Still, I used to wander the forests and fields near Durand in search of some evidence that the Chippewa had been there. The school library was no helponly one book on architecture titled, "The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World".
In northern New Mexico I was astonished to see so many architectural ruins of the prehistoric Indians still evident in the landscape. Seeing the ruins of these splendid buildings and villages was like seeing for the first time the cultural landscape of a continent. As a hobby, I have been studying these buildings ever sinceat every spare moment. They have become an important inspiration to me in my architecture practice here in the Southwest US.
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90. On Archaeological Praxis, Gender Bias And Indigenous Peoples In South America --
context of knowledge production and the positioning of south American archaeologyin relation to its European and North American counterparts.

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Journal of Social Archaeology, Vol. 1, No. 1, 90-107 (2001)
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On archaeological praxis, gender bias and indigenous peoples in South America
Gustavo Politis CONICET/Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina This article discusses several aspects of the practice of archaeology in South America, specifically in the Southern Cone. Examining two key issues: the socio-political context of knowledge production and the positioning of South American archaeology in relation to its European and North American counterparts. Three cases that bridge these issues are examined. First, Gero's argument for gender bias in the recording of field data, based in her ethnographic work during the excavation of the Paleondian site of Arroyo Seco 2. Second, the reburial of the human remains

91. Athena Review Main Index
Athena Review. Journal of Archaeology, History, and Exploration south AmericanLanguages Taino of the Caribbean Voyage 1 of Columbus
Athena Review Image Archive Archaeology on the Internet Current issue index back issues ... free trial issue Issue index: Vol. 1, No 1: military sites Late Iron Age Celts; Angkor Wat; Peter Martyr Vol. 1, No 2: Vol. 1, No. 3: Vol. 1, No. 4 in Tibet. Vol. 2, No. 1: Vol. 2, No.2: Maya Lowlands: Tikal, Palenque; Egyptian papyri; Sutton Hoo. Vol. 2, No.3: Romans on the Danube; Viking ships and sagas; Andean Petroglyphs. Vol. 2, No.4: Neanderthals Meet Modern Humans. Vol. 3, No.1: Byzantine Cultures, East and West; Buried silk road cities of Khotan. Vol. 3, No.2: New World Explorers III: Peopling of the Americas Vol. 3, No.3: Vol. 3, No.4: Rediscovering Lost Civilizations: Reports from the Field. Vol. 4, No.1: Homo erectus : current findings on an early human ancestor; The prehistory of Sardinia
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Vol.4, no.1: Homo erectus Introduction: The Long Journey of Homo erectus A glossary of terms related to research on ... Homo Erectus by Noel T. Boaz and Russell L. Ciochon (reviewed by Dong Wei) Homo erectus and the Emergence of Sunda in the Tethys Realm
Contributions of Potassium-based chronology in the Sangiran dome, Central Java

92. Univ Of Exeter Archaeology Module - ARC2115 South American
ARC2115 south American Prehistory An Introduction (15 credits) of datasetscommonly encountered in south American and central Andean archaeology,

93. Univ Of Exeter Archaeology Module - ARC3115 South American
ARC3115 south American Prehistory An Introduction (15 credits) of datasetscommonly encountered in south American and central Andean archaeology,

94. Top Picks: Books On South American Archaeology
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95. African American Archaeology And African Diaspora Archaeology Resources
African American Archaeology Resources, African American Cultures and History,African Diaspora arrow Documenting the American south (U. North Carolina)
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This web site is designed to provide convenient access to online presentations and resources concerning the subjects of African American archaeology, history and cultures, and broader subjects of African diaspora archaeology. The principal focus is on providing links to online presentations concerning African American archaeology projects, set out in the first sections below, with links listed alphabetically by state within each regional section. Additional links to online resources and presentations concerning African American history and culture, African archaeology, African history and cultures, African heritage in Britain, and the subjects of slavery, resistance and abolition are also provided. Bibliographies and research guides to print publications within each subject area are included. Please contact the editor, Chris Fennell , with any additional resource links you would like to see added to this site, or with the title, author, and publication information for any print sources you would like to see added to the bibliographies.

96. S.C. Archaeology
Reflections of Our Past The Archaeology of south Carolina by EuroAmericansled to the destruction of most Native American cultures in south Carolina.
Chicora Foundation, Inc., PO Box 8664, Columbia, SC, USA, 29202, 803-787-6910
Reflections of Our Past: The Archaeology of South Carolina What is Archaeology? Archaeology is the scientific study of our through the careful excavation and thorough analysis of material objects, or artifacts, and other evidence preserved in the ground. through the detailed process of site discovery, excavation, laboratory analysis and research, archaeologists are able to reconstruct how Native Americans, Euro-Americans, and African Americans lived before us. Archaeology tells us not only about the wealthy and powerful, but also how the common people spent their lives in South Carolina. Without archaeology, we would know much less about the rich and varied heritage of our State and about our past. Archaeology, like history, provides us with ties to the past and hopes for the future. The First South Carolinians: The Paleoindians (12,000 B.C. to 8,000 B.C.) The earliest inhabitants of South Carolina were the descendants of Asian emigrants who crossed into North America from Siberia about 14,000 years ago (maybe even earlier). These people, called Paleoindians , followed the gradual movement of large game animals across a land bridge connecting Asia and North America. This passageway, called Beringia, was exposed when the late Pleistocene glaciation caused the sea level to fall. Although there were never ice sheets in South Carolina, the climate was cold and now extinct animals roamed over much of our state.

97. Robert S. Peabody Museum Of Archaeology - Archives Home Page
Fryxell Award, Society for American Archaeology, 2000. Work Experience 1974 south American Survey 1974 Tehuacan, Mexico 1976 La Jolla, California
ROBERT S. PEABODY MUSEUM Papers of Richard S. "Scotty" MacNeish Acquisitions Container Lists Publications Scope and Content Note ... Terms of Use The Richard S. "Scotty" MacNeish (1918 - 2001) Papers
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Extent: 64 banker's boxes (56 linear feet)
Finding Aid: Mary P. "Pat" Perreault, January 2001.
Chronology of the Life of
Richard S. ("Scotty") MacNeish:
    Richard Stockton ("Scotty") MacNeish
    Born: April 29, 1918, New York City, NY
    Died: Belize, January 17, 2001
    B.A., University of Chicago, 1940 Major: Anthropology
    Minor: Vertebrate Paleontology M.A., University of Chicago, 1940 Major: Archaeology, Physical Anthropology and Ethnology
    Minor: Linquisitcs and Social Anthropology Title of Thesis: The Establishment of the Lewis Focus.

98. Links To University Archaeology Museums
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99. SAA Bulletin 16(4): French Archaeology In Patagonia And Tierra Del Fuego
During the 1960s A. LamingEmperaire developed a school of French south Americanarchaeology in Paris, the EHESS, from which the majority of French
French Archaeology in Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego
Dominique Legoupil
S J. Emperaire and his wife, A. Laming-Emperaire, are two of the more prominent pioneering archaeologists in South America. Emperaire arrived in Chile shortly after World War II, with the objective of undertaking ethnological studies among the last of the canooers of the Patagonian archipelagos (J. Emperaire, 1955, Les Nomades de la Mer The work done by Emperaire in Patagonia was largely a study of the marine areas including the archipelagos and the interior seas of southern Patagonia. While the American researcher J. Bird had suggested that the occupation of this region did not predate 2000-3000 years, Emperaire's use of the then-new radiocarbon dating, the Englefield site (Seno Otway) was dated to 8000-9000 B.P.+/-1500 years (A. Laming y J. Emperaire,1961, ). During that same time, Emperaire discovered Ponsomby on the island of Riesco, where the oldest human occupation was dated to 7000 B.P. Simultaneously, with his wife, Emperaire undertook a series of surveys on continental Patagonia, where the earliest dates for the archipelagos were between 11,000 and 12,000 B.P. Together they worked at Cueva Fell, Cueva Leona, and Cueva del Mylodon. At the latter they were unable to demonstrate a relationship between the Antropic occupations of the Final Pleistocene and the paleontological data. Objets et Monde ). Her work in Chile was suspended for a decade during the 1970s, when she went to work in Brazil and Uruguay.

100. HRAF Member Info: EHRAF Archaeology Survey Results: February 2005
To Members of the eHRAF Collection of Archaeology East Coastal south AmericaPaleoIndian and Archaic –1 count Amazonia –1 count Ecuador –1 count
eHRAF Archaeology
Survey ResultsFeb. 2005

To Members of the eHRAF Collection of Archaeology

Here are the results of the survey regarding future selection of traditions for the eHRAF Collection of Archaeology.
There were three main issues that we wanted feedback on. The first issue was the method of selection. The two choices given were random sampling versus complete sequences. The second issue was what type of sequences (civilization sequences vs. non-civilizational sequences). The third issue was which sequences.
With regard to random selection, most (67%) said that it was important to include randomly selected cases (“somewhat important” 42%; “very important” 25%). However, inclusion of entire sequences was favored more often than random selection. The vast majority (92%) said that sequences were important (“somewhat important” 46%; “very important” 46%). We will try to accomplish both objectives: in each annual installment we will mostly add traditions to fill in sequences, but we will also add some randomly sampled traditions.
With regard to the importance of including early civilization sequences, 64% said that it was very important—no one said it was not important. This suggests that we should largely continue with our strategy of doing early civilizations first. Note that when we include an entire sequence, we start from the earliest possible time periods in that region. So each “civilizational” sequence includes the non-civilizational precursors.

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