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Analysis of stylistic attributes on Oneota pottery from the Pammel Creek site, La Crosse, Wisconsin
This study examines the shell tempered Oneota pottery from the Pammel Creek site in La Crosse, Wisconsin. The Oneota lived in the area from A.D. 1300-1650. This investigation analyzed trail markings on Oneota ceramics to ...
Waste, water and worms: the sanitation and treatment of water and parasitic infections in York, England
The history of public health is commonly seen as beginning in the 1800s after the industrial revolution, but archaeology has allowed for components of public health to be examined for populations that existed well before ...
Inca architecture : the function of a building in relation to its form
This thesis provides research and information on various architectural constructions at four Inca sites in the Sacred and Urubamba Valleys of Peru: Cuzco, Saqsaywaman, Ollantaytambo, and Machu Picchu. It evaluates the ...
Caves, plazas, and Gods: the impact of geomorphology on Taino utilization of ceremonial sites
The Classic Taino culture was spread across Puerto Rico and Hispaniola. Their shamanistic religious beliefs included spirits and gods, referred to as zemis, which were tied into the landscape. Geology had influence on not ...