EL CHAGUEITE JALAPA EL PERIDO FORMATIVO EN EL ORIENTE DE GUATEMALA BRITISH ARCHAEOLOGICAL REPORTS BRITISH SERIES

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Bar International Series

Author : Alain Ichon
ISBN : 1841710873
Genre : Archaeology
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A report on excavations taking place at the site of El Chaguite in eastern Guatemala. The authors describe the results of their excavations, the major structures, and the lithic and ceramics assemblages and the human remains. Since this site is far better preserved than many of the other sites identified as part of this project, it provides a good picture of the organisation and development of a small ceremonial centre in the key period of transition between the Pre-Classic and Classical periods. Poorly typeset.
Category: Archaeology

El Chag Ite Jalapa

Author : Alain Ichon
ISBN : UVA:X006101491
Genre : Social Science
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A report on excavations taking place at the site of El Chaguite in eastern Guatemala. The authors describe the results of their excavations, the major structures, and the lithic and ceramics assemblages and the human remains. Since this site is far better preserved than many of the other sites identified as part of this project, it provides a good picture of the organisation and development of a small ceremonial centre in the key period of transition between the Pre-Classic and Classical periods. Poorly typeset.
Category: Social Science

Antiquity

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ISBN : UOM:39015068865107
Genre : Archaeology
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Includes section "Reviews."
Category: Archaeology

Eleven Poems

Author : Rubén Darío
ISBN : 0649755790
Genre : Poetry
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Category: Poetry

Formal Variation In Australian Spear And Spearthrower Technology

Author : B. J. Cundy
ISBN : STANFORD:36105034372149
Genre : Social Science
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Described as an attempt to increase understanding of one of Man's simplest and possibly oldest technologies, this book brings an engineering perspective to formal variability in these weapons. What is gained on the Aborigine's swing by hunting effectiveness is lost on his roundabout by investment in manufacture. The mathematics, however, will be no easy ride for most readers.
Category: Social Science

Warfare Violence And Slavery In Prehistory

Author : Michael Parker Pearson
ISBN : UOM:39015060992826
Genre : Social Science
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19 papers presented at the Proceedings of a Prehistoric Society conference at Sheffield University in February 2001. (1) The ancient origins of warfare and violence (I J N Thorpe); (2) Warfare, violence and slavery in later prehistory: an introduction (Mike Parker Pearson); (3) Aggression and nonhuman primates (Pia Nystrom); (4) Sociobiology, cultural anthropology and the causes of warfare (Robert Layton); (5) The physical evidence of warfare - subtle stigmata? (Christopher J Knusel); (6) The head burials from Ofnet cave: an example of warlike conflict in the Mesolithic (Jorg Orschiedt); (7) Assessing rank and warfare-strategy in prehistoric hunter-gatherer society: a study of representational warrior figures in rock-art from the Spanish Levant, southeastern Spain (George Nash); (8) The emergence of warfare in the Early Bronze Age: the Nitra group in Slovakia and Moravia, 2200-1800 BC (Andreas Harde); (9) Warfare, redistribution and society in western Iberia (Eduardo Sanchez-Moreno); (10) Warfare, violence and the construction of masculinity in the Iron Age rock art of Valcamonica, northern Italy (Lynne Bevan); (11) The dead of Tormarton - Middle Bronze Age combat victims? (Richard Osgood); (12) Giving up weapons (David Fontijn); (13) Ritual bondage, violence, slavery and sacrifice in later European prehistory (Miranda Aldhouse Green); (14) Fragmentation, mutilation and dismemberment: an interpretation of human remains on Iron Age sites (Rebecca Craig, Christopher J Knusel and Gillian Carr); (15) The origins of warfare: later prehistory in southeastern Iberia (Gonzalo Aranda Jimencz and Margarita Sanchez Romero); (16) Weaponry, statues and petroglyphs: the ideology of war in Atlantic Iron Age Iberia (Jose Freire); (17) A palaeodemographic investigation of warfare in prehistory (Neil A Bishop and Christopher J Knusel); (18) War in prehistoric society: modern views of ancient violence (John Carman and Patricia Carman); (19) Ambushed by a grotesque: archaeology, slavery and the third paradigm (Tim Taylor).
Category: Social Science