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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Cambridge Archaeology Seminar (1972 : Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
Reconstructing complex societies.
[Cambridge, Mass.] : American Schools of Oriental Research, 1974
|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charlotte B Moore; American Schools of Oriental Research.
|Notes:||Supplement to the Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research no. 20.
Colloquium organized for the Cambridge Archaeology Seminar by Miranda C. Marvin, Lawrence E. Stager, and Anita M. Walker.
|Description:||x, 170 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.|
|Contents:||The Mesopotamian social landscape : a view from the frontier / Robert McC. Adams --
A cognitive historical model for American material culture : 1620-1835 / James Deetz --
Models of cultural process; testing hypothesis : suggestions from southwestern archaeology / William A. Longacre --
Reconstructing early Mande civilizations : Ghana and Mali / Daniel McCall --
Reconstructing patterns of non-agricultural production in the Inca economy : archaeology and documents in institutional analysis / Craig Morris --
Beyond a subsistence economy : the evolution of social organization in prehistoric Europe / Colin Renfrew --
Chiefdom to state : political evolution at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala / William T. Sanders --
The tell : basic unit for reconstructing complex societies in the Near East / G. Ernest Wright.
|Series Title:||Supplemt to the Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research, 20.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Charlotte B. Moore for the organizers and conveners of the Colloquium, held at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, April 29-30, 1972.|