3 edition of Geochemical evidence for long-distance exchange found in the catalog.
Geochemical evidence for long-distance exchange
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Michael D. Glascock.|
|Series||Scientific archaeology for the Third Millennium|
|LC Classifications||GN799.C45 G46 2002, GN799.C45 G46 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 282 p. :|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||2002074394|
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The Mesolithic communities of northwest Europe have generally been considered inherently mobile, and all the material evidence associated with them has been interpreted accordingly. This has resulted in entrenched, theoretically polemical and largely hypothetical mobility models, focusing on seasonal rounds and extraction activities. However, recent reanalyses of the ethnographic Cited by: 2. Consider the case of Chaco Canyon, in northwest New Mexico (Fig. 1), during the Bonito Phase (ca. AD –), a period of emergent social complexity in pre-European North America characterized by the rapid development of a hierarchical society engaged in intensive agriculture, long-distance exchange.
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Then you can start reading Kindle books Cited by: Table of Contents. Introduction: Geochemical Evidence for Long-Distance Exchange by Michael D.
Glascock. Indigena Ware: Spain to Valley of Mexico by Enrique Rodriquez-Alegria. The Emergence of market Economies in the Ancient Maya World: Obsidian Exchange in Terminal Classic Yucatan, Mexico by Geoffrey E.
Braswell and Michael D. Glascock. More than Exchange: Pre-Ceramic through Price: $ The purpose of this volume is to present a number of case studies of long-distance exchange from around the world which demonstrate the use of geochemical analysis of artifacts to find evidence of exchange.
More important than the use of analytical technique employed or the types of artifacts studied are the interpretations themselves. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Geochemical evidence for long-distance exchange / Michael D. Glascock --Indígena ware: Spain to Valley of Mexico / Enrique Rodríguez Alegría --Emergence of market economics in the ancient Maya world: obsidian exchange in terminal classic Yucatán, Mexico / Geoffrey E.
Geochemical Evidence for Long-Distance Exchange by Michael D. Glascock, ed. Presents case studies from around the world on long-distance exchange of different materials including obsidian, ceramics, and basalt, focusing on interpretation of the data to.
Introduction: geochemical evidence for long-distance exchange --Indígena Ware: Spain to Valley of Mexico --The emergence of market economics in the ancient Maya world: obsidian exchange in terminal classic Yucatán, Mexico --More than exchange: pre-ceramic through ceramic period obsidian studies in the greater North American Southwest.
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‘They came from the ends of the earth’: long-distance exchange of obsidian in the High Arctic during the Early Holocene - Volume 93 Issue - Vladimir V.
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