liceoartisticolisippo-ta
» » The Cahokia Chiefdom: The Archaeology of a Mississippian Society

The Cahokia Chiefdom: The Archaeology of a Mississippian Society ebook

by George R. Milner


Milner paints a vivid picture of the site and its environs while arguing that the regional system was not as powerful and all-encompassing as commonly thought has been added to your Cart.

Milner paints a vivid picture of the site and its environs while arguing that the regional system was not as powerful and all-encompassing as commonly thought has been added to your Cart.

3). It also parallels argu- ments for why complex Mississippian societies arose in the American Bottom (Milner, 1996(Milner,, 1998Pauketat, 2004). The diverse sediment types also hint at risk management being another factor in where Mississippian societies arose and persisted. Significance and context in GIS-based spatial archaeology: A case study from Southeastern North America.

The Cahokia Chiefdom: The Archaeology of a Mississippian Society. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC. In the Wake of Contact: Biological Responses to Conquest. Wiley-Liss, New York. University of Illinois Press, Urbana. The East St. Louis Stone Quarry Site Cemetery. The Turner and DeMange Sites. Social and temporal implications of variation among American Bottom Mississippian cemeteries. Smithsonian Institution Press, 1998. American Antiquity 49 (3), 468-488, 1984.

prehistoric sites, North America. Ussery, Erin Bridges, Kristin N. Pandelides, Zacharias Kirkwood, Andrea E. Bonetta, Dario Venables, Barney J. Guchardi, John and Holdway, Douglas 2018. Effects of environmentally relevant metformin exposure on Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes). Aquatic Toxicology, Vol. 205, Issue.

First published in 1998 by Smithsonian Institution Press, The Cahokia Chiefdom surveys one of North America s great archaeological sites that includes more than one hundred earthen mounds constructed between the 11th and 14th centuries

First published in 1998 by Smithsonian Institution Press, The Cahokia Chiefdom surveys one of North America s great archaeological sites that includes more than one hundred earthen mounds constructed between the 11th and 14th centuries.

The Cahokia chiefdom. the archaeology of a Mississippian society. Politics and government, Chiefdoms, Mississippian culture, Indians of North America, Social life and customs, Social archaeology, Antiquities, Internet Archive Wishlist. Published 1998 by Smithsonian Institution Press in Washington.

Chapter 1 provides an overview of the extensive history of archaeological surveys and contract projects in the area

The Cahokia Chiefdom: The Archaeology of a Mississippian Society. New York: Garland Publishing. Smithsonian Institution Press. Rogers, J. and B. D. Smith, eds. Abstract This study will compare archaeological and isotopic characterizations of diet, specifically the role of maize, for Woodland, Mississippian, and Oneota populations from the North America. More). Transition analysis: a validation study with known-age modern American skeletons. George R Milner, Jesper Lier Boldsen. American journal of physical anthropology.

First published in 1998 by Smithsonian Institution Press, The Cahokia Chiefdom surveys one of North America’s great archaeological sites that includes more than one hundred earthen mounds constructed between the 11th and 14th centuries. Milner paints a vivid picture of the site and its environs while arguing that the regional system was not as powerful and all-encompassing as commonly thought, but was instead a collection ofsemi-autonomous districts with far fewer people than previously assumed.

This detailed study of Cahokia research history documents environmental conditions that affected prehistoric peoples, such as river channels, flooding, and plant and animal life.In addition, he summarizes evidence of the region’s food, the remains of houses and other buildings, stone tools, ceramics, crafts, population figures, the distribution of power, and labor and economics, including exchange with other societies.The author attributes the region’s growth to a complex interplay of cultural, demographic, and environmental factors, including the advantages of its location and rich resources, and its decline to a reorganization of social relations across the region that involved the emergence of competing centers. This reprint edition features a new preface by the author updating archaeological evidence through 2005.
The Cahokia Chiefdom: The Archaeology of a Mississippian Society ebook
Author:
George R. Milner
Category:
Americas
Subcat:
EPUB size:
1369 kb
FB2 size:
1758 kb
DJVU size:
1718 kb
Language:
Publisher:
University Press of Florida; 1st edition (June 7, 2006)
Pages:
240 pages
Rating:
4.6
Other formats:
lrf mbr docx txt
© 2018-2020 Copyrights
All rights reserved. liceoartisticolisippo-ta.it | Privacy Policy | DMCA | Contacts