Archaeology in the City: A Hohokam Village in Phoenix, Arizona download epub
by Thomas M. Kolaz,David A. Gregory,Michael H. Bartlett
Archaeology in the City book. Michael Bartlett, David A. Gregory. Read this as part of my goal to read books about Arizona history in 2012, the centennial year of statehood for Arizona.
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book by David A. The Hohokam were not one of the world's great societies, but they revealed a strain of greatness characterized by a cultural form or style that insured unusual stability. By placing primacy on the earth and by being protective of their environment, they forged a social and economic system that enjoyed 1,500 years of ascendency. Publisher:University of Arizona Press.
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Archaeology in the City: A Hohokam Village in Phoenix, Arizona. Hohokam Bones by Peter Spotswood Dillard carefully and cogently reveals the. story of Kokopelli, the snake-man and shape-shifter with the power to transform himself. Sending the Spirits Home: The Archaeology of Hohokam Mortuary Practices. Archeologist Emily Harken had been curious about the Hohokam tribe since she was a. little girl. Indeed, this tribe, which disappeared from Arizona around 1450 AD, was a. major reason she followed in her father's footsteps and became an archeologist.
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a Hohokam village in Phoenix, Arizona. by Michael H. Bartlett. Published by University of Arizona Press in Tucson. Antiquities, Excavations (Archaeology), Hohokam culture.
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Hohokam (/hoʊhoʊˈkɑːm/) was a society located in the North American Southwest, in the areas now part of Arizona and Sonora, Mexico. Hohokam practiced a specific culture, sometimes referred to as Hohokam culture, which has been distinguished by archaeologists. People who practiced this culture can be called Hohokam as well, but more often they are distinguished as Hohokam people to avoid confusion.
Publisher: University of Arizona Press; 1st edition (April 1, 1986)
Pages: 80 pages