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Conflict and agriculture during the late prehistoric period in the Upper Mississippi Valley
The end of the prehistoric period is a time of drastic change in the lives of humans who inhabited the Upper Mississippi Valley. Approximately AD 1000 people began to practice corn agriculture rather than simple cultivation ...
Changes in Celtic consumption: Roman influence on faunal-based diets of the Atrebates
This study addresses cultural impacts of the Roman Empire on the British Celtic group, the Atrebates. The Atrebates held large portions of land in southern Britain, and upon Roman invasion in A.D. 43, became a client kingdom ...
Franklin Delano Roosevelt's intentions to enter World War II : an archaeological and historical examination
During the first two years of World War II (WWII), the United States, spear-headed by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, took a stance of neutrality to the political upheaval and physical carnage of Europe. Only after ...
A macroscopic analysis of lithics from the eastern Driftless : what is local?
Lithic sourcing is a common practice used by archaeologists in order to investigate mobility and trade. The lithic material available within the Driftless Area of Wisconsin exhibits a wide degree of variation in color, ...