The archaeological remains recovered from this site do not conform to that of a typical 17th-century Iroquoian cabin . Small sites, where short-term events may be distinguished, are a valuable part of the archaeological record as they provide resolution at the level of individual events.
The archaeological remains recovered from this site do not conform to that of a typical 17th-century Iroquoian cabin site. Instead, the site is interpreted as a medicine lodge on the basis of analogies drawn from the ethnographic record. It is argued that case studies such as this one have great potential to inform us on topics such as continuity, change in religious practices, and ethnic identity. Such resolution yields insight into the patterning of cultural material and the decisions made by individuals in the past.
From the ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF ALBERTA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF ALBERTA FIELD TRIP September 14-15, 2019 Please join us on an overnight field trip to visit archaeological sites in southeastern Alberta in September! We’ve been hard at work planning a bus tour.
From the ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF ALBERTA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF ALBERTA FIELD TRIP September 14-15, 2019 Please join us on an overnight field trip to visit archaeological sites in southeastern Alberta in September! We’ve been hard at work planning a bus tour field trip with an overnight in Medicine Hat for members of the Archaeological Society of Alberta. The field trip will depart on the morning of September 14 from Calgary and head east along the Trans-Canada Highway.
Archaeological surveys and test pits, as well as recovery of materials, were .
Archaeological surveys and test pits, as well as recovery of materials, were conducted along the Parana River coast. The archaeological record includes a wide variety of artifacts of glass, metal, ceramic and wood, and post traces carved in the tosca-rock, among others. Sampling and Subsampling at the Allandale Site: An Evaluation of the Standards of Practice of Zooarchaeology in Compliance Archaeology in Ontario. Since in many societies a significant proportion of the human experience takes place within and around houses, houses play a prominent role in discussions of habitus.
Several sites in Alberta have been assigned a pre-Clovis .
Several sites in Alberta have been assigned a pre-Clovis status based on the presence of simply flaked cobbles found in Late Pleistocene till deposits. Historically, these types of assemblages have been assigned a cultural status based on subjective criteria and appeals to the analyst's expertise. To determine the archaeological status of two such assemblages from Alberta (Varsity Estates and Silver Springs), they were compared to a known natural assemblage and two known cultural assemblages. Chi-square testing was used to evaluate several lithic attributes. A Re-evaluation of the Paleoglaciology of the Maximum Continental and Montane Advances, Southwestern Alberta.
A re-evaluation of the isotopic and archaeological reconstructions of diet . The archaeological investigations of the Colha Project, 1983 and 1984.
A re-evaluation of the isotopic and archaeological reconstructions of diet in the Tehuacán Valley. American Antiquity 50:102–116. Fennell, C. C. (2001). The Chantuto People: An Archaic Period Society of the Chiapas Littoral, Mexico, Papers 41, New World Archaeological Foundation, Brigham Young University, Provo, U. oogle Scholar. Voorhies, B. (1996a).
Archaeological Society of Alberta (Contributor), Jack Brink. Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author. Is this you? Let us know.
Experiment and design : archaeological studies in honour of John Coles. Archaeology by experiment.
The journals in this collection are at the end of the document identified with the ‘author’ as ‘ZJ’. Experiment and design : archaeological studies in honour of John Coles.
Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting Abstracts with Program 3. Mac Neish, R. S. 1967a An Interdisciplinary Approach to an Archaeological Problem
Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting Abstracts with Program 37. DeNiro, M. and Schoeninger, M. J. 1983 Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotope Ratios of Bone Collagen: Variations within Individuals, between Sexes, and within Populations Raised on Monotonous Diets. 1967a An Interdisciplinary Approach to an Archaeological Problem. University of Texas, Austin. 1967b A Summary of the Subsistence.
The South African Archaeological Society was founded in 1945 and has about 1 00. .With an extensive discussion on the taphonomy and re-evaluation of the fossil collections from Florisbad, James received an MA degree in Archeozoology in 1987 from the University of Stellenbosch. During 1987 and 1988 he completed a course at the Institut für Palaeoanatomie, Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Munich, which included, among others, the comparative osteology of mammals in the Old World, the history of animal domestication in the Old World, the comparative osteology of fish and an introductory course in Latin and Greek as used in scientific nomenclature.
The Archaeological Society of Alberta (ASA) comprises over 300 members living across Alberta and beyond. There are six Centres (Bodo, Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, Red Deer, and Southeastern), each with their own elected officials. These centres host a speaker series, workshops, fieldtrips, and other events.