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Author Name:    MILANICH, Jerald T., Ann S. CORDELL, Vernon J. KNIGHT, Jr., Timothy A. KOHL

Title:   Archaeology of Northern Florida, A.D. 200-900. Softcover, first printing

Publisher:    University Press of Florida, Gainesvillle et al, 1997, ISBN:0813015383 

Seller ID:   108331

MILANICH, Jerald T., Ann S. CORDELL, Vernon J. KNIGHT, Jr., Timothy A. KOHLR, and Brenda J., SIGLER-LAVELLE. Archaeology of Northern Florida, A.D. 200-900. Gainesvile [et al] : University Press of Florida, (1997). First Printing. Pp (6),vii-xviii,1-222. Illustrated. Maps. Index. Double Column. Large8vo, illustrated black card covers, lettered in red, white and black. Cont ents : 1. Behind the Scenes. 2. The Concept of Weeden Island : Geographic and Temporal Distribution; The Development of the Weeden Island Concept. 3. Patterns of Site Location and Prehistoric Occupation : North Florida: Region of the McKeithen Weeden Island Culture; Physiography; Natural Environment; Site Distribution Data from North Florida; McKeithen Weeden Island Settlement Patterns. 4. The McKeithen Villlage : Generating Test Implications; Field Investigations; Ceramics; Lithic Materials; Floral and Faunal Remams; Building a Chronology' A Return to the Hypothesis; Summary. 5. Charnel Knowledge: McKeithen Mounds : Preparation of the Dead: Mound A; Residence and Tomb of the Religious Specialist: Mound B; Final Interment: Mound C; Good News-Bad News Archaeology. 6. Technological Analysis of the Ceramics : Origin of Manufacture; Specialized Use: Sacred-Secular Ceramic Variability; Craft Specialization in the Manufacture of Pottprv. 7. Description of the FotteryVesseis From the McKeithen Mounds : Mound A; Mound B; Mound C; Comparison of the Mound Ceramic Assemblages. 8. Symbolism: Interpreting the Mound C Pottery Cache and Related Weeden Island Ceramics : Theoretical and Methodological Bases for the Analysis; The Mnund C Effigy Vessels and Their Cultural Contexts; Relation to Zooarchaeological Studies; Identification and Symbolism of Animal Classes; Integrating the Symbols. 9. Interpreting Weeden Island : Chronology; Village Life, Settlements, and Social Organization; Ceramics: Technological and Symbolic Approaches; The Big Picture: Weeden Island and the Greater Southeast. Appendix: Other North Florida Weeden Island Sites : Johns Pond Village Site; Leslie Mound and Village; Carter Mound 1 Complex. Very good. 25.00

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