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Mariana Mesa

Seven Prehistoric Settlements in West-Central New Mexico

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PAPERBACK

$45.00 • £36.95 • €40.50

ISBN 9780873651981

Publication Date: 06/13/1980

Short

320 pages

44 halftones, 23 maps, 9 line illustrations, 25 tables

Peabody Museum Press > Papers of the Peabody Museum

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  • Foreword [J.O. Brew]
  • Acknowledgments
  • Environmental Setting
  • Field and Analytic Procedures
  • Mariana Mesa, A.D. 850–1300
  • A Methodological Approach to the Past: The Descriptive Type
  • Prefatory Note
  • Archaeological Data
  • Site 616
    • Description
    • History of the Site
    • Trade Relations and Final Abandonment
    • Dating Considerations
    • Architecture
    • Pottery-Making at Site 616
    • Stone Artifacts
    • Bone Artifacts
    • Minor Crafts
    • Other Contexts and Activities
    • Living and Excavation Units
    • Subsistence Materials
    • Pottery—Descriptive Typology
    • Pottery—Problem Types
    • Other Objects of Clay
    • Stone Artifacts
    • Bone Artifacts
    • Antler Artifacts
    • Shell Artifacts
    • Other Organic Artifacts
    • Raw Materials
    • Human Skeletal Remains from Site 616
  • Site 143
    • Dating Considerations
    • Architecture
    • Subsistence Materials
    • Pottery
    • Other Objects of Clay
    • Stone Artifacts
    • Bone Artifacts
    • Antler Artifact
    • Shell Artifacts
    • Raw Materials
    • Human Skeletal Remains
  • Site 481
    • History
    • Dating Considerations
    • Architecture
    • Living and Excavation Units
    • Subsistence Materials
    • Pottery—Descriptive Typology
    • Pottery—Problem Types
    • Other Objects of Clay
    • Stone Artifacts
    • Bone Artifacts
    • Antler Flaker
    • Shell Artifacts
    • Raw Materials
    • Human Skeletal Remains
  • Site 494
    • Description and History
    • Dating Considerations
    • Living and Excavation Units
    • Subsistence Materials
    • Pottery—Descriptive Typology
    • Pottery—Problem Types
    • Other Objects of Clay
    • Stone Artifacts
    • Bone Artifacts
    • Antler Flaker
    • Shell Artifacts
    • Raw Materials
    • Human Skeletal Remains
  • Site 188
    • The House
    • Dating Considerations
    • Living and Excavation Units
    • Subsistence Materials
    • Pottery—Descriptive Typology
    • Pottery—Problem Types
    • Stone Artifacts
    • Bone Artifacts
    • Shell Artifacts
    • Organic Artifacts and Raw Materials
  • Site 486
    • Dating Considerations
    • Living and Excavation Units
    • Subsistence Materials
    • Pottery—Descriptive Typology
    • Pottery—Problem Types
    • Stone Artifacts
    • Antler Flaker(?)
  • Sandstone Hill Pueblo
  • Appendix A: Pottery Description for All Sites
  • Appendix B: Tree-Ring Specimens
  • Appendix C: Corn
  • References

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