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Ritual is Power? Late Archaic Small-Scale Ceremonial Architecture in the Central Andes
This dissertation describes the results of fieldwork to investigate 3rd millennium B.C. temples on the coast of Peru. Field methodologies were designed to examine the changing nature of ritual practices performed by early ...
Friction and Flow in a Dominican Tourist Town
Drawing on archival and internet research, informational interviews, in-depth participant observation, and informant photo essays, this dissertation examines the shifts that globalization—the reshaping of borders in an ...
Ceramic Production and Craft Specialization in the Prehispanic Philippines, A.D. 500 to 1600
In the millennium prior to Spanish contact, the political economies of lowland societies in the Philippines, such as Tanjay (A.D. 500-1600) on southeastern Negros Island in the central Philippines, underwent significant ...
Investigating Compositional Variation of Ceramic Materials during the Late Neolithic on the Great Hungarian Plain – Preliminary LA-ICP-MS Results
(De Gruyter Open, 2015-10)
: Investigations have been undertaken to assess the extent to which compositional analysis can be used to determine trade and interaction on the Great Hungarian Plain during the Late Neolithic. Ceramic and clay samples in ...
Using in-slag charcoal as an indicator of 'terminal' iron production within the Angkorian period (10th to 13th C. CE) centre of Preah Khan of Kompong Svay, Cambodia
(University of Arizona, 2013)
Recent fieldwork by the Industries of Angkor Project (INDAP) has identified the first extensive evidence of iron production within an Angkorian Khmer (9th to 15th centuries CE) centre at Preah Khan of Kompong Svay (Preah ...