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Caddell, G. M. (1982b)
In Dye, . and Brister, R. (eds),The Protohistoric Period in the Mid-South, 1500–1700: Proceedings of the 1983 Mid-South Archaeological Conference, Mississippi Department of Archives and History Archaeological Report 18, pp. 3–13. A new variety ofIva ciliata from Indian rock shelters in the south central United States. Caddell, G. (1982b). Plant Resources, Archaeological Plant Remains, and Prehistoric Plant Use Patterns in the Central Tombigbee River Valley, University of Alabama, Alabama Museum of Natural History Bulletin 7. (1983). Floral remains from the Lubbub Creek archaeological locality.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking The Archaic Period In The Mid South: Proceedings Of The 1989 Mid South Archaeological Conference, Memphis, Tennessee, July 15, 1989 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Read by Charles H. McNutt. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Not the book you’re looking for?
In The Protohistoric Period in the Mid-South: 1500-1700 . Phelps, David S. 1983 Archaeology of the North Carolina Coast and Coastal Plain: Problems and Hypotheses. Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science 86:89-101.
Phelps, David S. Tiffany, Joseph A. 1988 Preliminary Report on Excavations at the McKinney Oneota Village Site (13LA1), Louisa County, Iowa.
Just a reminder that the Mid-South Conference is only two months away. Mid-South Archaeological Conference. February 17, 2010 ·. Abstracts for paper and poster presentations for this year's conference are now being accepted. The deadlines are May 1 for papers and May 15 for posters.
Papers in Honor of Charles H. McNutt, Sr: Proceedings of the 19th Mid-South Archaeological Conference. Papers in Honor of Charles H. Download pdf. Close.
The Mid-South Archaeological Conference will take place in Baton Rouge, August 3 to 5, 2018. Thus, folks working in the interior of the . The theme of the conference will simply be Shell Middens. Not all work needs to be related to shell middens. Since there are salt-water, brackish-water, and freshwater shell middens, the geographical range of the topic can be vast.
Details Minnesota Archaeology in the Prehistoric Period. The earliest documented archaeological sites in Minnesota are affiliated with people called Paleoindians whose oldest chipped-stone spearpoints have a characteristic longitudinal flattening on the face called a flute. Fluted points are first associated with a complex called Clovis and later a complex called Folsom.
Archaeological investigations on the site of Niševac (Timacum Maius) have .
Archaeological investigations on the site of Niševac (Timacum Maius) have been conducted over a period of eight successive years by the Institute for Balkan Studies in collaboration with the Centre for Tourism, Culture and Sports of Svrljig and the French Bordeaux-based Ausonius Institute. The 2014 campaign came up with nine Roman bricks stamped with inscriptions of the First Cohort of Cretans. The Isles of Scilly are located 48km south-west of Lands End, Cornwall, and comprise a small archipelago of granite islands. The analysis of the archaeological record of the islands will be based upon data collected through fieldwork and from published and unpublished sources.
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