1 edition of An archeological reconnaissance in southeastern Mexico found in the catalog.
An archeological reconnaissance in southeastern Mexico
Matthew Williams Stirling
|Other titles||Archaeological reconnaissance in southeastern Mexico|
|Statement||by Matthew W. Stirling|
|Series||Bulletin (Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology) -- no. 53|
|Contributions||Jay I. Kislak Reference Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||F1219 .S85 1957|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 213-240,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||2011659682|
archaeological manifestation of these terminal prehistoric and historic non-Apache mobile groups. In Southeastern New Mexico the evidence is distinct. Southeastern New Mexico lies in an in-between area where similar complexes are expected but these have yet to be fully defined. Archaeological Studies in the La Plata District, Southwestern Colorado and Northwestern New Mexico—With an Appendix, "Technology of La Plata Pottery," by A. O. Shepard, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication
This research presents the results of surface surveys and test excavations at the Río Huamelula, District of Tehuantepec, Oaxaca (southeastern Mexico), conducted by the author in The pottery classification aims at reconstructing the settlement chronology of the area from the Classic to the early Colonial periods, c. A.D. Author: Peter C. Kroefges. Book Reviews to the folklorist whose interest in the tunes is greater than in their An Archaeological Reconnaissance in Southeastern Mexico, Emphasis on the Virginia Branches-the Occaneechi, the Saponi, and An Archaeological Reconnaissance in Southeastern Mexico, by Matthew W. Stirling. No. Valladolid Maya Enumeration, by John P.
Transactions of the Third Regional Archeological Symposium for Southeastern New Mexico and Western Texas. Title: Transactions of the Third Regional Archeological Symposium for Southeastern New Mexico and Western Texas: Publication Type: Book: Place Published: Lubbock, TX: Publisher: South Plains Archeological Society: Year: Keywords. No. An archeological reconnaissance in southeastern Mexico / Matthew W. Stirling No. Valladolid Maya enumeration / John P. Harrington No. Letters to Jack Wilson, the Paiute prophet, written between and / edited and with an introduction by Grace M. Dangberg No. Factionalism at Taos Pueblo, New Mexico / William N. Fenton.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stirling, Matthew Williams, Archeological reconnaissance in southeastern Mexico. [Washington: G.P.O., ]. This project represented a continuation of the reconnaissance works carried out in and in the extreme southeast of the Mexican federal state of Campeche, i.e.
in central parts of the Yucatán peninsula, where some of the most extensive blanks on the archaeological map of the Maya area still persist.
The archaeological data available for. Archaeological reconnaissance field season reports for the seasonsand are downloadable from the panel on the right, and for the seasons and they are availble on-line (see below). For public use the research is summarized within online presentation which includes also extensive database of illustrations and interactive.
The fourth season of Archaeological Reconnaissance in Southeastern Campeche, México, was carried out from March to Mayrepresenting a continuation of the works accomplished inand (Šprajc. Matthew Williams Stirling (Aug – Janu ) was an American ethnologist, archaeologist and later an administrator at several scientific institutions in the field.
He is best known for his discoveries relating to the Olmec civilization. Much of his work was done with his "wife and constant collaborator" of 42 years Marion Stirling (nee Illig, later Pugh). Archaeological Reconnaissance of Five Proposed Power Line Rights-Of-Way In Southwestern New Mexico.
Stanley D. Bussey, Patrick H. Beckett. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is Part of the Following Collections. ARMS, NM HPD Office of Cultural Affairs Collection •. Southeastern Archaeology. Search in: Advanced search. Submit an article. New content alerts RSS.
Subscribe. Citation search. Citation search book review The Rosewood massacre: an archaeology and history of intersectional violence. Stark Published online: 11 Aug book review.
Archaeologists in Mexico have uncovered what they speculate was a dwelling where Aztecs of the higher socioeconomic classes that fought against the Spanish conquistadors, tried to preserve their local customs and traditions.
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Cite this Record. Reconnaissance and Excavation in Southeastern New Mexico. Mera. Memoirs of the American Anthropological Association,1. Menasha, WI: Unknown. (tDAR id: ).
An archeological reconnaissance in Southeastern Mexico BAE Bulletin Tarquí, an early site in Manabí Province, Ecuador (com Marion Stirling) BAE Bulletin Archaeological notes on Almirante Bay, Panama (com Marion Stirling) BAE Bulletin Stirling, Matthew W.
An archaeological reconnaissance in Southeastern Mexico. Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, BulletinAnthropological Paper – Webster, David a Warfare and the evolution of the state: a. Archeological researchers at The University of New Mexico secured a $, grant from the U.S. Department of Interior Bureau of Land Management to study the.
the location of some archaeological sites but planning maps that use the OS grid system are needed for investigations.
(old 6 inch) maps are sometimes the most detailed available for mountainous, remote and some rural areas but (old 25 inch 1 mile) rural or ARCHAEOLOGICAL RECONNAISSANCE 7. As an attempt to improve the situation, the reconnaissance works started in in the southeastern extreme of the state of Campeche, and continued in, and We have recorded over 80 previously unknown archaeological sites, and have also managed to rediscover most of the sites that had been reported by Ruppert.
The tables of contents of all issues of the journal are provided on these pages. Journal Vol 39 — Number 3 () Journal Vol 39 — Number 2 (). Paperback: pages Publisher: Literary Licensing, LLC (June 1, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: 6 x x 9 inches Shipping Weight: pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: Be Author: Smithsonian Institution.
Reconnaissance & Excavation in Southeastern New Mexico book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Representing a follow-up of the project of Archaeological Reconnaissance in Southeastern Campeche, Mexico, directed by Ivan Šprajc sincethe field season was approved and supported by the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), Mexico.
degrees west, in the northwestern quarter of New Mexico, a piece of old Mexico acquired by the United States in (see ﬁgures and ). At Pueblo Bonito, the elevation is about 1, m (6, ft) above sea level.
The canyon is near the center of the San Juan Basin (see ﬁg-ure ; refer to plate 1). Archaeology borrowed the canyon.An archeological reconnaissance in Southeastern Mexico / M.W.
Stirling -- no. Valladolid Maya enumeration / J.P. Harrington -- no. Letters to Jack Wilson, the Paiute Prophet, written between and / G.M.
Dangberg -- no. Factionalism at Taos Pueblo, New Mexico / W.N. Fenton Dimensions 24 cm. Extent x, p., 75 p. of plates.ARCHAEOLOGY: THE KEY CONCEPTS This invaluable resource provides an up-to-date and comprehensive survey of key ideas in archaeology and their impact on archaeological thinking and method.
Featuring over fifty detailed entries by international experts, the book offers definitions of key terms, explaining their origin and development.