2 edition of Lithic artifacts from a complex society found in the catalog.
Lithic artifacts from a complex society
James B. Stoltman
by Middle American Research Institute, Tulane University in New Orleans
Written in English
|Statement||James B. Stoltman. Preclassic architecture at Becan, Campeche, Mexico / Joseph W. Ball and E. Wyllys Andrews V.|
|Series||Occasional paper - Middle American Research Institute, Tulane University ; 2-3, Occasional paper (Tulane University. Middle American Research Institute) ;, 2-3.|
|Contributions||Ball, Joseph W., Andrews, E. Wyllys|
|LC Classifications||F1435.1.B4 S86|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30, 17 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||78104438|
Abstract This report exami lithic artifacts from the rapidly abandoned city of Aguateca, Guatemala, to elucidate elite artistic and craft production in Classic Maya society. The methods used include high-power microwear analysis. Lithic artifacts were found cemented within and eroding from accretional sediments filling the channel. Both natural and archaeological surface debris are coated in a black desert varnish (Fig. 6A), while the buried material is bleached white and partially .
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Full Title: Occasional Paper 2/3, Lithic Artifacts from a Complex Society: The Chipped Stone Tools of Becan, Campeche, Mexico / Preclassic Architecture at Becan, Campeche, Mexico Author: James B. Stoltman/Joseph W. Ball and E. Wyllys Andrews V. Lithic artifacts from a complex society.
New Orleans: Middle American Research Institute, Tulane University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James B Stoltman; E Wyllys Andrews; Joseph W Ball. Aldenderfer, M. S., L. Kimball, and A.
Sievert. Microwear Analysis in the Maya Lowlands: The Use of Functional Data in a Complex-Society Setting. Journal of Cited by: Request PDF | Creativity and Complex Society Before the Upper Palaeolithic Transition | The Palaeolithic is traditionally described as a static period when innovation and creativity were rare.
Robert Santley's The Prehistory of the Tuxtlas explores the rise and demise of complex society in the Tuxtla Mountains of southern Veracruz, Mexico. Santley synthesizes over twenty-five years of survey and excavation at the site of Matacapan and the surrounding region.
He recounts the development of state-level society at Matacapan from its formative-period roots through the height of its. From these lithic materials, a great deal of information can be culled.
The sources of raw materials tell us about procurement and exchange patterns. The nature of the materials and their finished products tell us about technology, skill, and shared learning.
Some of the artifacts can also be dated, providing us with more precise chronologies. Cultural artifacts are the aspects of material culture produced by a society, such as books, magazines, televisions shows, and movies.
Content analysis is limited by the fact that it can only tell us what content a culture has produced, not how members of the society actually feel about those artifacts. For the most complete bibliography of Aztalan and related Mississippian material please refer to Robert A.
Birmingham and Lynne G. Goldstein's book Aztalan: Mysteries of an Ancient Indian Town. Wisconsin Historical Society Press. Madison Wisconsin, To help identify your artifacts or to learn more about them, click on the illustration next to the topic title to see all of the various types of each major topic.
GROUND STONE TOOLS. This section contains artifacts developed by Native Americans through a peck and grind technology or that were used in. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.
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Lithic use-wear analysis, became one of the major techniques of lithic studies in Europe and North America during –s, was not fully and widely adopted in China until the beginning of.
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Cody complex cast set from the Horner Site, Wyoming. Quick View. Woody. presented use various kinds of lithic artifacts and all revolve around a central theme.
Chapter 8 emphasizes the relationship between artifact diversity and site function, and provides a review of artifact function as it relates to artifact form.
Chapter 9 continues with additional case studies that use lithic artifacts as the medium for analysis. This practical volume does not intend to replace a mentor, but acts as a readily accessible guide to the basic tools of lithic analysis.
The book was awarded the SAA Award for Excellence in Archaeological Analysis. Some focuses of the manual include: history of stone tool research; procurement, manufacture and function; assemblage Reviews: 8. A complex society is a concept that is shared by a range of disciplines including anthropology, archaeology, history and sociology to describe a stage of social formation.
The concept was formulated by scholars attempting to understand how modern states emerged, specifically the transition from small kin-based societies to large hierarchically structured societies. Lithic assemblages from Andean complex societies show that informal chipped lithic tools were used extensively throughout the pre-Hispanic Andes, although few studies have focused on these artifacts.
In this paper, I explore ways that we can derive social information from informal lithic tools and their waste cores and debitage. The artifacts of a complex society can be studied with the aim of identifying the social position of the owners. Many items of material culture are symbols of prestige or ranking in communities and therefore are of limited distribution.
Generally, the people making elite goods are not the people who use and own them in a complex society. Therefore. The Use of Functional Data in a Complex-Society Setting Mark S. Aldenderfer Larry R.
Kimball April Sievert Northwestern University Evanston, Illinois Microwear, or use-wear, analysis has been infrequently applied to the lithic assemblages of complex societies, and even in those instances the results often have been of limited utility.
The production of the book in full color adds to the richness of the appearance of the artifacts and the raw materials from which they were made. Although some may view the typological approach as splitter classification, it is exhaustive of point types that have been described for and found in Illinois.
Layer PBD, dated to ± ka, was selected for this analysis because it contains the richest lithic assemblage (c. artifacts > 2 cm) excavated from a total surface of 4 m 2 including abundant silcrete artifacts. In layer PBD silcrete accounts for 46% of the knapped component, the remaining raw material spectrum being composed of.
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Many types of artifacts fall under the umbrella of lithics, such as flakes, which are the bits of stone knocked off a larger core of rock while flint knapping.Contributions by John Paddock, Donald L.
Brockington, Donald Robertson, Robert Chadwick, James R. Ramsey, Jacinto Quirarte, & Doris Stone. 76 pp., 44 figs., 2 tables. ISBNLC Lithic Artifacts from a Complex Society/Preclassic Architecture at .