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Prehistoric Colonization of Southcentral Alaska: Human Adaptations in a Post Glacial World
This dissertation presents results from four recently discovered archeological sites in southcentral Alaska. The sites range from the Younger Dryas to middle Holocene in age and provide valuable contextual information for ...
Paleoindian Occupations in the Great Basin: A Comparative Study of Lithic Technological Organization, Mobility, and Landscape Use from Jakes Valley, Nevada
Previous research on Paleoindian occupations in the Great Basin has provided many more questions than answers. Central to understanding this early period is the relationship between its Western Fluted and Western Stemmed ...
Yeong Wo Mercantile on the Comstock
In the summer of 2004, the University of Nevada, Reno and the Nevada State Historic Preservation Office sponsored an archaeological excavation on the corner of Union and "H" Street in Virginia City, Nevada. This parcel of ...
Dental Health of the Santa Maria Cathedral Burial Population (12th-19th Century), Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
Despite increasingly advanced dental care, the dental health of the residents of Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain declined from the medieval (<1500 CE) to post-medieval (>1500 CE) period. Frequencies of caries, abscesses and antemortem ...
Pre-Archaic Occupations in the West Arm of the Black Rock Desert
The relationship between humans and the environments in which they lived is a major topic of interest to archaeologists in the Great Basin. Many early archaeological sites occur on remnant shorelines of ancient lakes and ...