1 edition of Prehistoric lithic exchange systems in the Middle Atlantic Region found in the catalog.
Prehistoric lithic exchange systems in the Middle Atlantic Region
by Center for Archaeological Research, College of Arts and Science, University of Delaware in Newark, Del
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Jay F. Custer.|
|Series||Monograph / University of Delaware Center for Archaeological Research ;, no. 3, Monograph (University of Delaware. Center for Archaeological Research) ;, no. 3.|
|Contributions||Custer, Jay F., 1955-, Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference (1981 : Rehoboth Beach, Del.), Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference (1984 : Rehoboth Beach, Del.)|
|LC Classifications||E78.M65 P74 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||88620446|
The regional size of this shared belief system and the level of interaction is unprecedented in the Middle Atlantic region compared to previous times. As characterized by Tache ( 72), the Meadowood Interaction Sphere consists of a directional trading model involving Onondaga chert bifaces, native copper, banded slate gorgets, birdstones Author: PA Archaeology. topics, and approaches in Middle Atlantic prehistory; covering major practical and theoretical debates and controversies in the region and in the discipline. This book is a much-needed synthesis and historical overview for academic and cultural resource archaeologists and independent scholars working in the Middle Atlantic region in particular.
First, different technological developments are seen in the earliest ceramics. Flat-bottomed wares develop in the Middle Atlantic and coiled, conoidal wares are earliest in New England. Second, the Abbott Farm and Delmarva Adena complexes of the central Middle Atlantic can be distinguished from surrounding Early Cited by: 5. In the Middle Atlantic region of the United States, landscapes drowned by sea level rise contain scores of prehistoric archaeological sites. These sit Cited by: 5.
-new data and interpretations for the lithic technology of the area; and -classification and typology of artefacts including the usage of projectile point, axe, celt, drill, and knife implements. This work will be of great interest to prehistory archaeologists, especially those working in the Middle Atlantic region of the United States. Technology in the Middle Atlantic Region JOHN BEDELL The Puncheon Run Site and the Settlement System of the St. Jones Valley Break General Session: MICHAEL KLEIN, chair MARTIN GALLIVAN and MICHAEL J. KLEIN Late Prehistoric Social Transformation in the Southern Middle Atlantic: A Multi-scalar Analysis MICHAEL B. BARBER.
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Cite this Record. Prehistoric Lithic Exchange Systems in the Middle Atlantic Region, Monograph No. Jay F. Custer. (tDAR id: ). Abstract.
In the Middle Atlantic region, extensive exchange networks are first visible during the Late Archaic period, or after B.C. This chapter provides an overview of the evidence for prehistoric trade and exchange in the Middle Atlantic region from approximately B.C.
until the time of concerted European contact during the early seventeenth by: In this unique volume, archaeologists examine the changing economic structure of trade in North America over a period of 6, years.
Organined by geographical and chronological divisions, each chapter focuses on trade in one of nine regions from the Arachiac through the late prehistoric.
A Middle Woodland Bipolar Pebble Technology in the Lower Chesapeake Area of Tidewater Virginia. Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology Hatch, James Research into the Prehistoric Jasper Quarries of Bucks, Lehigh, and Berks Counties, Pennsylvania. Report submitted the Pennsylvania Museum and Historical Commission.
In J.F. Custer (ed.) Prehistoric Lithic Exchange Systems in the Middle Atlantic Region. University of Delaware, Newark. Stewart, R. Michael. South Mountain (Meta) Rhyolite: A Perspective on Prehistoric Trade and Exchange in the Middle Atlantic Region.
In J.F. Custer (ed.) Prehistoric Lithic Exchange Systems in the Middle. Radiocarbon ages from two submerged strandline features in the western Gulf of Maine and a sea-level curve for the Northeastern Massachusetts coastal region.
Quaternary Research, 40, 38– CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: high quality sources have been documented as part of very localized exchange systems (Ward and Doms ).
Soapstone, talc, or chlorite occurs throughout the region in a belt crosscutting the Piedmont physiographic province, and extends both to the south and north of the Middle Atlantic (Brown n.d.; Cross ; Holland. This book was originally published in For over a million years rocks provided human beings with the essential raw materials for the production of tools.
Nevertheless we still know very little about the behaviour and processes that resulted in the creation of archaeological sites at or near lithic quarries. In the past archaeologists have placed much emphasis on the process of 'exchange. 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 by: Diversity of lithic production systems during the Middle Paleolithic in France: are there any chronological trends.
Chapter (PDF Available) January. Prehistoric Quarries and Lithic Production is the first systematic study of archaeological sites that served as quarries for stone tools. Its theoretical and methodological importance will extend its appeal beyond those archaeologists concerned with lithic technology and prehistoric exchange systems to archaeologists and anthropologists in Cited by: Late Woodland dates are presented as AD because that is the convention commonly used in the Middle Atlantic and Midwestern regions.
The appendix consists of a table listing over eight hundred radiocarbon dates referenced in this volume using the 1 sigma and 2 sigma calibrated dates, lab number, bibliographical reference, and where applicable, the artifacts being dated.
Archaeopress Publishing Ltd, Summertown Pavilion, Middle Way, Summertown, Oxford OX2 7LG, England tel +44 (0) fax +44 (0) email: [email protected] Eastern North America --Evidence for Prehistoric Exchange on the Maritime Peninsula --The Prehistoric Transportation of Goods in the St.
Lawrence River Basin --Late Archaic through Late Woodland Exchange in the Middle Atlantic Region --Prehistoric Exchange in the Southeast --Empirical Characterization of Exchange Systems in.
Stewart, R. Michael South Mountain Metarhyolite: A Perspective on Prehistoric Trade and Exchange in the Middle Atlantic Region. In Prehistoric Lithic Exchange Systems in the Middle Atlantic Region, Custer, Jay (ed.), Center for Archaeological Research, University of Delaware, Monograph No.
3, Newark, pp. 14 – Google ScholarCited by: 5. In Prehistoric Lithic Exchange Systems in the Middle Atlantic Region. Edited by Jay F. Custer. University of Delaware Center for Archaeological Research Monograph 3. Newark, DE.
Archaic Triangles at the Abbott Farm National Landmark: Typological Implications for Prehistoric Studies in the Middle Atlantic Region. Paper presented at the. Book: Lithic Technological Systems and Evolutionary Theory; Online publication In Raw Material Economies among Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers.
edited by A Perkiomen Points: A Study in Variability. In Experiments and Observations on the Terminal Archaic of the Middle Atlantic Region, edited by Roger W. Moeller, pp. 1–62 Cited by: 3. The Potential of X-Ray Diffraction Analysis of Prehistoric Ceramics in the Middle Atlantic Region: An Analysis of the Clay Mineralogy, Firing Temperature, and Clay Source of Sherds from Virginia, Michael J.
Klein Guidelines for Standardizing Projectile Point Typology in the Middle Atlantic Region. In Prehistoric Exchange Systems in the Middle Atlantic Region, ed. by Jay F. Custer. University of Delaware Center for Archeological Research, Monograph No.
Newark. Rhyolite Quarry and Quarry-Related Sites in Maryland and Pennsylvania. Archeology of Eastern North American Geologic Studies, Coastal Plain of Virginia. In the Middle Atlantic region of the United States, landscapes drowned by sea level rise contain scores of prehistoric archaeological sites.
These sites provide archaeologists with a rare. Late Archaic Cultural Dynamics in the Central Middle Atlantic Region. Journal of Middle Atlantic Archaeology Prehistoric Cultures of the Delmarva Peninsula: An Archaeological Study. University of Delaware Press, Newark. n.d. Analysis of Textile Impressions from Delmarva Ceramics.
(Ms. in preparation).Pt. 1: Introduction --Systematic of the study of prehistoric regional exchange in North America --Pt.
2: Eastern North America --Evidence for prehistoric exchange on the Maritime Peninsula --The prehistoric transportation of goods in the St. Lawrence River basin --Late Archaic through Late Woodland exchange in the middle Atlantic region.In Prehistoric Lithic Exchange Systems in the Middle Atlantic Region, edited by Jay F.
Custer, pp. Monograph No. 3. Center for Archaeological Research, University of Delaware, Newark. Late Woodland Cultural Diversity in the Middle Atlantic: An Evolutionary Perspective.
In Late Woodland Cultures of the Middle Atlantic Region, edited.