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The interpretation of archaeological tree-ring dates
A comparative approach to analysis of the body of tree-ring data from prehistoric sites in the American Southwest provides information on patterns of wood use, the effectiveness of interpretive methods, and culture history. ...
The Household in Transition: Spatial Organization of Early Anasazi Residential-Domestic Units, Southeastern Utah.
This study examines the spatial organization of residential-domestic units in two early periods (covering ca. A.D. 200-275) of the Anasazi tradition in the American Southwest. It asks whether or not there is evidence that ...
Archaeological Systematics and Basketmaker Cultural Ecology: Some Cedar Mesa Project Experiments
This report describes some methods employed and a few results obtained in an ongoing study of Basketmaker ecological adaptation and cultural evolution. Observation and collection of cultural and environmental data was done ...