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Recreating Hopewell

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University Press of Florida , Gainesvillle
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Statementedited by Douglas K. Charles and Jane E. Buikstra.
GenreCongresses.
ContributionsCharles, Douglas K., 1952-, Buikstra, Jane E.
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LC ClassificationsE99.H69 R43 2006
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3421589M
ISBN 100813028981
LC Control Number2005042429

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xix, pages: illustrations, maps ; 26 cm: Contents: SECTION 1: HOPEWELL IN OHIO: Integrating mortuary and settlement data on Ohio Hopewell society / Paul J. Pacheco and William S.

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Lincoln: The University of Nebraska Press, Charles, Douglas K. and Jane E. Buikstra, editors, Recreating Hopewell. Gainesville, University Press of Florida,   Archaeology, art and material culture Charles, Douglas K. & Jane E. Buikstra (eds). Recreating Hopewell. xv, pp., maps, tables, figs, illus., bibliogr.

Gainesville: Univ. Press of Florida, $ (cloth) This volume resulted from a July conference at the Center for American Archaeology, Kampsville, Illinois. Kampsville lies within a region rich in archaeological remains.

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The Great Hopewell Road and the role of the pilgrimage in the Hopewell Interaction sphere. In Recreating Hopewell, edited by D. Charles and J. Buikstra, pp.University Press of Florida, Gainesville. Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks (HCE) It's official.

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Steven Sarich. Abstract: It is the intention of this paper to ponder the impetus behind the Hopewell Interaction Sphere and relate it back to the Hopewell society as a whole. I will present a number of models offered by other researchers and find a common theme that connects them all, namely.

Chapman, R. () Middle Woodland/Hopewell. A view from beyond the periphery. In: Charles, D.K. and Buikstra, J.E. (eds.) Recreating Hopewell. University of Florida. New Website. Visit the new American Anthropologist website for supplementary material, multimodal productions, teaching resources, a podcast, and more.

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b The Mortuary “Laying-In” Crypts of the Hopewell Site: Beyond the Funerary Paradigm. The Hopewell culture, named for the Hopewell Mound Group in the Paint Creek valley of southern Ohio, is best known for its monumental earthworks and the broad range of exotic raw materials its artisans acquired and crafted into magnificent works of art (Fig.

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