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Aggression, Aggregation, and Abandonment in Southwestern Prehistory
During the 12th and 13th centuries AD, and especially during the latter part of this time period, the various populations of Pueblo Indians of the Colorado Plateau began a process of abandonment. Gradually, they withdrew ...
Archaeological Survey and Testing in the Willapa River Valley of Southwest Washington
Modern studies of site distribution, utilization of near-coastal riverine resources, and the development of cultural complexity during the Holocene in southwestern Washington are hampered by the limited amount of data from ...
Cultural Dynamics, Deep Time, and Data: Planning Cyberinfrastructure Investments for Archaeology
(Advances in Archaeological Practice, 2015)
Archaeological data and research results are essential to addressing such fundamental questions as the origins of human culture; the origin, waxing, and waning of civilizations and cities; the response of societies to ...
Wari Lithic Networks: An Examination of Stone Tool Use at Cerro Baul and Cerro Mejia
The Middle Horizon (A.D. 600 - 1000) marked a distinct shift in the sociopolitical landscape of the Andes with the development of the expansive polity known as the Wari. The Moquegua Valley of southern Peru is believed to ...