Cultural Variability in Context: Woodland Settlements of the Mid-Ohio Valley
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Cultural Variability in Context: Woodland Settlements of the Mid-Ohio Valley

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ISBN-13:
9780873384520
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.04.1992
Seiten:
96
Autor:
Mark F. Seeman
Gewicht:
277 g
Format:
267x228x6 mm
Serie:
7, Hong Kong Becoming China (Pape
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Woodland Archaeology in the Mid-Ohio Valley - Setting Parameters for Ohio Main Stem/Tributary Comparisons, Robert F. Maslowski and Mark F. Seeman; Woodland Settlement Patterns in the Kentucky/West Virginia Border Region, Charles M. Niquette; Woodland Settlement Patterns in the Southern Hocking River Valley, Southeastern Ohio, Elliott M. Abrams; Village Origins in Central Ohio - The Results and Implications of Recent Middle and Late Woodland Research, William S. Dancey; The Hasen Site (15Gp14) - A Middle/Late Woodland Sitge Near the Confluence of the Ohio and Scioto Rivers, Steven R. Ahler; The Bow and Arrow, the Intrusive Mound Complex and a Late Woodland Jack's Reef Horizon in the Mid-Ohio Valley, Mark F. Seeman; Late Woodland Economy and Settlement in the Mid-Ohio Valley - Recent Results from the Childers/Woods Project, Michael J. Shott and Richard W. Jefferies; Trends and Disparities - The Woodland Palaeoethnobotanical Record of the Mid-Ohio Valley, Dee Anne Wymer; Chiefs, Big Men, or What? - Economy, Settlement Patterns and Their Bearing on Adena Political Models, R. Berle Clay; Closing Commentary, James A. Brown.
Documents and explains the varied settlement and subsistence practices found in the prehistoric mid-Ohio Valley during the Woodland Period (ca 1000 BC - AD 1000). It focuses on settlement and subsistence relationships underlying the prehistoric societies of the region.