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The Juan Pardo Expeditions

Author: Charles Hudson
Publisher: University of Alabama Press
ISBN: 0817351906
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Provides English translations of selected passages from the expedition accounts of sixteenth-century explorer Juan Pardo in the Carolinas and Tennessee, and includes interpretations of Pardo's routes and encounters with native peoples.

Speaking With The Ancestors

Author: Kevin E. Smith
Publisher: University of Alabama Press
ISBN: 0817354654
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During the last twenty years the authors have researched over 88 possible examples of southeastern Mississippian stone statuary, dating as far back as 1,000 years ago, and discovered along the river valleys of the interior Southeast. Independently and in conjunction, they have measured, analyzed, photographed, and traced the known history of the 42 that appear in this volume.

Powhatan S Mantle

Author: Gregory A. Waselkov
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803298613
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Considered to be one of the all-time classic studies of southeastern Native peoples, Powhatan's Mantle proves more topical, comprehensive, and insightful than ever before in this revised edition for twenty-first century scholars and students.

Great Towns And Regional Polities

Author: Jill E. Neitzel
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"This collection of archaeological essays, the third volume in the Amerind Foundation New World Studies Series, examines sociopolitical developments in the prehistoric American Southeast and Southwest, two regions rarely discussed together. The contributors compare change in great towns, regional polities, and macroregions, document the diversity of intermediate-level societies, and search for underlying commonalities in diverse sites such as Snaketown, Pueblo Bonito, and Galaz in the Southwest and Moundville, Kincaid, and Macon Plateau in the Southeast. The chapters are presented in pairs, one dealing with the Southeast and one with the Southwest, and are ordered by successively larger spatial scales."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved


Author: Hans Kopp
Publisher: de Gruyter
ISBN: 9783110568899
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Although Antiquity itself has been intensively researched, together with its reception, to date this has largely happened in a compartmentalized fashion. This series presents for the first time an interdisciplinary contextualization of the productive acquisitions and transformations of the arts and sciences of Antiquity in the slow process of the European societies constructing a scientific system and their own cultural identity, a process which started in the Middle Ages and has continued up to the Modern Age. The series is a product of work in the Collaborative Research Centre "Transformations of Antiquity" and the "August Boeckh Centre of Antiquity" at the Humboldt University of Berlin. Their individual projects examine transformational processes on three levels in particular ‒ the constitutive function of Antiquity in the formation of the European knowledge society, the role of Antiquity in the genesis of modern cultural identities and self-constructions, and the forms of reception in art, literature, translation and media.