4 edition of Mesoamerican lithic technology found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Kenneth G. Hirth.|
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|Pagination||xiv, 350 p. :|
|Number of Pages||350|
“A must-have book for all Mesoamerican scholars and researchers interested in lithic studies, production models, exchange, trade, and transportation A joy to read.”—Gerardo Gutierrez, University of Colorado Boulder “Superb.”—Marcie Venter, Murray State University Olmec Lithic Economy a. This book is a fully updated and revised edition of William Andrefsky Jr's ground-breaking manual on lithic analysis. Designed for students and professional archaeologists, this highly illustrated book explains the fundamental principles of the measurement, recording and analysis of stone tools and stone tool production debris.
Complex and time-consuming to produce,iron-oremirrors stand out among Prehispanic artifacts for their aesthetic beauty, their symbolic implications, and the complexity and skill of their assembly. Manufactured Light presents the latest archaeological research on these items, Pages: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm: Contents: Lithics in sedentary societies: themes, methods, and directions / Rachel A. Horowitz and Grant S. McCall --Urban lithics: the role of stone tools in the Indus civilization and at Harappa / Mary A. Davis --The importance of being ad hoc: patterns .
Mesoamerican architecture, building traditions of the indigenous cultures in parts of Mexico and Central America before the 16th-century Spanish conquest. For the later tradition, see Latin American idea of constructing temple-pyramids appears to have taken hold Venta, the centre of Olmec culture (c. – bce), contains one of the earliest . Download Book Designing Experimental Research In Archaeology Examining Technology Through Production And Use in PDF format. and very different from that presented in manuals of lithic technology or taught in academic institutions. Release This volume seeks to identify current research questions in Mesoamerican lithic technology.
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"Every few years a book appears that should be on your shelf. Mesoamerican lithic technology book Mesoamerican Lithic Technology is one of them." —Journal of Anthropological Research "The work stands as a milestone, not only in the study of pressure-blade technology, but in several areas of the lithic technology and industries of : $ Any overview of prehispanic society in the Americas would identify its obsidian core-blade production as a unique and highly inventive technology.
Normally termed prismatic blades, these long, parallel-sided flakes are among the sharpest cutting tools ever produced by humans. Their standardized form permitted interchangeable use, and such blades became the cutting tool of. Preface / Jacques Tixier --Experimentation and Interpretation in Mesoamerican Lithic Technology / Kenneth G.
Hirth --The Behavioral Model in Maya Core-Blade Technology: A Historical View / Payson Sheets --A Review of Twentieth-Century Mesoamerican Obsidian Studies / John E.
Clark --Blade-Making Techniques from the Old World: Insights and. Mesoamerican Lithic Technology is one of them." —Journal of Anthropological Research "The work stands as a milestone, not only in the study of pressure-blade technology, but in several areas of the lithic technology and industries of Mesoamerica.
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Click Download or Read Online button to EXPERIMENTS IN LITHIC TECHNOLOGY PA LITH book pdf for free now. Experiments In Lithic Technology. Author: Daniel S. Amick ISBN: UOM Mesoamerican Lithic Technology grew out of a major research program in lithic studies, emphasizing obsidian pressure-blade technology, headed by Kenneth Hirth of Pennsylvania State University.
A significant event in that program was the Penn State Conference on Ancient Mesoamerican Obsidian Blade Production held in May, Here Surovell constructs a series of models designed to link environmental variability to human decision making as it pertains to lithic technology.
To test the models, Surovell uses data from the analysis of more t artifacts from five Rocky Mountain and Northern Plains Folsom and Goshen complex archaeological sites dating to the.
Clark has written and lectured extensively on Mesoamerican archaeology. Michael B. Collins is a Research Associate Professor at Texas State University in San Marcos. He has specialized in the study of lithic technology and worked with prehistoric collections from North, Central, and South America, as well as the Near East and southwestern Europe.5/5(3).
BOOK REVIEWS Mesoamerican Lithic Technology: Experimentation and Interpretation. Kenneth G. Hirth, ed. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press,xiv + pp., 18 tables, illustrations.
$, cloth. Every few years a book appears that should be on your shelf. Mesoamerican Lithic Technology is one of them. Mesoamerican Lithic Technology: Experimentation and Interpretation, Edited by Kenneth Hirth, The University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.
Pathways to Prismatic Blades. Studies in Mesoamerican Lithic Technology, Edited by Kenneth Hirth and Bradford Andrews. Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles.
(Book). Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. Experimentation and Interpretation in Mesoamerican Lithic Technology: p. 3: The Behavioral Model in Maya Core-Blade Technology: A Historical View: p. A Review of Twentieth-Century Mesoamerican Obsidian Studies: p.
Blade-Making Techniques from the Old World: Insights and Applications to Mesoamerican Obsidian Lithic Technology: p. "The book merits careful perusal by those interested in Mesoamerican cultures, and some chapters deserve to be read twice." —Latin American Antiquity "[This] volume succeeds in illuminating a class of material culture sadly underrepresented in the archeological literature." —Sixteenth Century JournalFormat: Paperback.
Pathways to Prismatic Blades: Sources of Variation on in Mesoamerican Lithic Technology by Kenneth Hirth and Bradford Andrews; Ch. Variation at the Source: Obsidian Exploitation at Sierra de las Navajas, Mexico by Alejandro Pastrana; Ch.
Producer Versus Consun1er: Prismatic Core-Blade Technology at Epiclassic/Early Postclassic Tula and Ucareo. This book presents the major tool types of European Lower and Middle Paleolithic. Building on the typelist of the late Francois Bordes, with many forms that have been recognized since, it presents working definitions of the types with illustrations and discussions of the variability inherent to lithic typologies.
Pelegrin, J. Blade-making techniques from the old World: Insights and applications to Mesoamerican obsidian Lithic technology. In K. Hirth (Ed.), Mesoamerican Lithic technology: Experimentation and interpretation (pp.
55–71). Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah Press. Google Scholar. Books shelved as mesoamerica: The Maya by Michael D. Coe, New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus by Charles C. Mann, An Illustrated Dictio. Blade‐Making Techniques from the Old World: Insights and Applications to Mesoamerican Obsidian Lithic Technology.
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Obsidian is a naturally formed volcanic glass that was an important part of the material culture of Pre-Columbian an was a highly integrated part of daily and ritual life, and its widespread and varied use may be a significant contributor to Mesoamerica's lack of metallurgy.
Lithic and contextual analysis of obsidian, including source studies, are important components .In the sequence of cultural stages first proposed for the archaeology of the Americas by Gordon Willey and Philip Phillips inthe Lithic stage was the earliest period of human occupation in the Americas, as post-glacial hunters and collectors spread through the Americas.
The stage derived its name from the first appearance of Lithic flaked stone tools. Sheets, Payson D. From Craftsman to Cog: Quantitative Views of Mesoamerican Lithic Technology. In Papers on the Economy and Architecture of the Ancient Maya, Monograph VIII, edited by Sidrys, Raymond, pp.
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