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Pre-Columbian Shell Engravings from the Craig Mound at Spiro, Oklahoma, Part 2

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PAPERBACK

$90.00 • £72.95 • €81.00

ISBN 9780873658027

Publication Date: 02/01/1983

Short

596 pages

223 line illustrations, 237 halftones

Peabody Museum Press > Pre-Columbian Shell Engravings from the Craig Mound at Spiro, Oklahoma

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  • Volume IV
    • Introduction: Separation of Braden and Craig
    • Characteristic Features of Craig A
      • Design Structure and Composition
      • Human Components and Secondary Features
      • Iconographic Features
    • Additional Notes on Plates and Captions
    • The Craig School: Phase A
  • Volume V
    • Introduction: Richness and Variety of Craig B
      • Transition Problems from Craig A to B
      • Second Thoughts on “Eastern” Connections of Braden and Craig
      • The Craig B Bestiary
    • Characteristic Features of Craig B
      • An Uncommon Technological Feature
      • Design Structure and Composition
      • Attitudes, Anatomy, and Physiognomy of Human Components
      • Secondary Forms Associated with Human Components
      • Nonhuman Subjects
      • Conventional Treatments
      • Ceramic Designs
      • Iconographic Features: Themes
      • Iconographic Features: Motifs
    • The Craig School: Phase B; Plates 187–277
  • Volume VI
    • Introduction: Durability of the Craig Phase
    • Characteristic Features of Craig C
      • Design Structure and Composition
      • Human Configuration and Physiognomy
      • Secondary Features Associated with Human Components
      • Conventional Treatments
      • Iconographic Features: Themes
      • Iconographic Features: Motifs
    • The Craig School: Phase C
    • Appendix A. Plates A-1 – A-5
    • Appendix B. Plates B-1 – B-17
    • General Summary
      • The Ordering of Phases in Hypothesis D
      • Differentiation and Coherence of Braden and Craig Schools
      • The Question of a Spiro Engraved Shell Style
      • Appraisal of Hypothesis D
      • The Artist Engravers of Spiro
      • Engraved Shell of Spiro as a Source of Ethnographic Information
    • Additional Acknowledgments
    • Bibliography
    • Notes on the Index
    • Index
    • Errata
    • Addenda

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