4 edition of Prehistoric Chert Exploitation found in the catalog.
Prehistoric Chert Exploitation
Brian M. Butler
by Southern Illinois Univ
Written in English
|Contributions||Ernest E. May (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||350|
“Chert Distribution and Exploitation in Peninsular Florida.” The Florida Anthropologist. 53() Read online. Bullen, Ripley P. A Guide to the Identification of Florida Projectile Points. Florida State Museum, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. description. prehistoric chert types of the midwest by deregnaucourt and georgidy. on book on chert types used in the production of indian arrowheads and other flint .
PREHISTORIC CHERT EXPLOITATION IN THE VALLE DEL CESOLONE (MACERATA): A PRELIMINARY PROJECT REPORT INTRODUCTION During the Copper and Bronze Ages in the Marche region (fourth to second millennia cal. BC), the adoption of broader and more specialized settlement and subsistence strategies led to the exploitation of localized resources found in. Vehik, Susan C. Late Prehistoric Settlement Strategy and Exploitation of Florence-A Chert, in Lithic Resource Procurement: Proceedings from the Second Conference on Prehistoric Chert Exploitation, Vehik, S. C. (ed.), pp. 81 – 98, Occasional Paper No. 4, Center for Archaeological Investigations, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.
In recent years, allusions to exploitation of a so-called “Monegros-type” chert have been a commonplace in archaeological literature, mostly in Iberia but also in southern France. It has been also a routine that these references did not include a true petrographic characterization, being mere de visu descriptions of those work presents, for the first time, macro and. Prehistoric Chert Quarries in Oaxaca, Mexico and Implications on Stone Tool Production: A Geochemical Approach. Unpublished paper presented at the Geologic Society of America meeting, Philadelphia, 23 October
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Prehistoric chert types of the Midwest book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(2). Prehistoric Chert Exploitation: Studies from the Midcontinent (Center for Archaeological Investigations Occasional Paper, No 2) [Butler, Brian M., May, Ernest E.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Prehistoric Chert Exploitation: Studies from the Midcontinent (Center for Archaeological Investigations Occasional PaperAuthor: Brian M.
Butler. Prehistoric chert exploitation. [Carbondale, Ill.]: Center for Archaeological Investigations, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Brian M Butler; Ernest E May.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages: illustrations (some color), maps ; 30 cm. Contents: Chert availability and prehistoric exploitation in the Near East: an introduction / Christophe Delage --Distribution and petrographic characteristics of cherts in Syria / Darrell F.G.
Long and Patrick J. Julig --Chert identification and characteristics in. Prehistoric chert types of the Midwest Issue 7 of Occasional monographs of the Upper Miami Valley Archaeological Research Museum: Authors: Tony DeRegnaucourt, Jeff Georglady: Publisher: Western Ohio Podiatric Medical Center, Original from: the University of Wisconsin - Madison: Digitized: Length: pages: Subjects.
chert availability and prehistoric exploitation in the near east: an introduction January In book: Chert Availability and Prehistoric Exploitation in the Near East (pp).
The ultimate goal of this geoarchaeological dataset is to document the behavioral aspects of prehistoric chert procurement and exploitation patterns. Inwhen the edited volume Chert Availability and Prehistoric Exploitation in the Near East was published (Delage, ), chert research was still marginal to the study of prehistory in the.
Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Siliceous Rocks and Prehistory: Bibliography on Geo-archaeological Approaches to Chert Sourcing and Prehistoric Exploitation. Odell, George H.,Chert Resource Availability in the Lower Illinois Valley: A Transect Sample, in: Prehistoric Chert Exploitation Studies from the Midcontinent (Brian M.
Butler and Ernest E. May, eds.), Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Center for Archaeological Investigations, Occasional Paper No. 2, pp. 45– Google Scholar. Gargano mines testify prehistoric mining activity but, not every Gargano chert-bearing formation shows evidence of exploitation.
Since it is not possible to establish a priori whether every resource was used or not, three categories of chert sources were distinguished. Three periods, three patterns of chert exploitation in the Neolithic of Munhata (Central Jordan Valley, Israel) / Christophe Delage Prehistoric chert use in Cyprus / Carole McCartney Athkiakades ancient and modern: evidence of craftsmen and chert use from the Canadian Palaipaphos and Idalion Survey Projects in Cyprus / Sally Stewart.
Identification and prehistoric exploitation of chert from Fort Hood, Bell and Coryell counties, Texas. By William Alan Dickens. Abstract. Due to the character of the original source materials and the nature of batch digitization, quality control issues may be present in this document.
Please report any quality issues you encounter to digital. Indiana. In Prehistoric Chert Exploitation: Studies from the Midcontinent, edited by B. Butler and E. May, pp. Center for Archaeological Investigations, Occasional Paper 2. Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Birmingham, R.A., and A.P.
Van Dyke Chert and Chert Resources in the Lower Rock River Valley-Illinois. Wisconsin. The item Prehistoric chert types of the Midwest, by Tony DeRegnaucourt and Jeff Georgiady with fieldwork and research contributions by David M. Cox ; photography by Dan Stockton represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in.
This book is intended for three groups of readers: students of chert sources or their prehistoric use and it appeared that I could Florida Indians' most intense exploitation of chert sources occurred during this time and they produced large numbers of stone implements.
But quantity is not quality. Lithic Resource Procurement: Proceedings from the Second Conference on Prehistoric Chert Exploitation (Occasional Paper / Southern Illinois University at Carbondal) [Vehik, Susan C.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Lithic Resource Procurement: Proceedings from the Second Conference on Prehistoric Chert Exploitation (Occasional Paper / Southern Illinois.
Book Title Prehistoric Chert Exploitation: Studies from the Midcontinent; Pages - Publisher Southern IL. Univ. Center for Archaeological Investigations; Document Type chapter Language English Location N / a tDAR ID Prehistoric Chert (flint) Types of the Midwest.
Pricing & History. Sold for. This is THE book on the subject of chert and flint types used by Native American Indians in the Midwest, especially in Ohio and surrounding areas. Written by Tony Deregnaucourt and Jeff Georgiady, it covers ALL of the major flints used to make prehistoric artifacts.
2. Prehistoric Chert Exploitation: Studies from the Midcontinent* Brian M. Butler and Ernest E. May (editors), (xxiv + pages, 9 plates, 68 figures, 69 tables.
ISBN ) Status: Out of Print Price: Call for price ORDER NOW. Identification and prehistoric exploitation of chert from Fort Hood, Bell and Coryell counties, Texas. Master's thesis, Texas A&M University. Available electronically from http: / / / /ETD-TAMUTHESIS-D. The last years have seen the development of provenance studies of archaeological remains present in prehistoric sites in the Near East.
Materials such as ocher, basalt and obsidian have been subject to detailed archaeometric characterization. Concerning the chert, it was known that it was occurring in abundance in northern Israel. Some rare and limited studies have shown the potential of.
Perttula, Timothy K. () Patterns of Prehistoric Lithic Raw Material Utilization in the Caddoan Area: the Western Gulf Coastal Plain. In Prehistoric Chert Exploitation: Studies from the Midcontinent, edited by Brian M.
Butler and Ernest E. May, pp. Center for Archaeological Investigations, Occasional Paper No. 2, Southern Illinois.Odell, G. H. Chert Resource Availability in the Lower Illinois Valley: A Transect Sample.
In Prehistoric Chert Exploitation: Studies from the Midcontinent, edited by B. Butler and E. May, pp. Center for Archaeological Investigations, SIU Carbondale, Occasional Paper 2. Google Scholar.