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Differentiation of charred corn samples via processing methods : an ethno-archaeological and experimental approach
The purpose of this paper is to illustrate the connection between Zea mays, or corn, processing methods and certain physical identifying characteristics that are visible under magnification of charred corn from the ...
Analysis of archaeological sampling methods using the complete surface data from the Pirque Alto Site in Cochabamba, Bolivia
(Archaeological Studies Program, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, 2007-05)
Sampling is an extremely important aspect of archaeological fieldwork, and it can significantly influence interpretation; therefore, the effects of these processes must be understood and controlled. Various experimental ...
A comparative analysis of the dental health of two middle woodland burial populations in the lower Illinois Valley
The Gibson and Ray sites are located in the lower Illinois Valley and dated to the Middle Woodland period, ca. 50 B.C. ? A.D. 400. Through the examination of 48 skeletons from these sites, this study compares the dental ...
Greek and Etruscan influences
This paper is written to explore the change the Etruscans experienced by the Greeks, in regards to pottery and art forms. It will be centered on the change between early Etruscan pottery and the Villanovan period, to later ...
The reuse of monastic materials in post-dissolution contexts at Thornton Abbey
During the Reformation Period in England, many monasteries were dissolved as a way to remove the Catholic influence from the country. Building materials were removed from the empty monasteries and reused to build new ...
The officer corps in Roman Britain
This thesis explores the level of change in the Roman officer corps in Britain from A.D. 43 to 410. This is a period of conquest and stability operations followed by a slow withdraw of the Roman military presence on the ...