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Hopewell Archaeology: The Chillicothe Conference

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From the first discovery of the prehistoric mounds and earthworks of the Middle west in the eighteenth century, the culture that produced them has been a major focus of American archaeological investigation. And their work continues, in one of the most active archaeological areas of the continent, raising new questions and problems of establishing temporal and regional boundaries, cultural sequences, and relationships of the Hopewell with such other cultures as the Adena.
The Chillicothe Conference brought together those presently most actively engaged in Hopewell research. The participants represented a broad geographic area, explored many different systemic and systematic approaches, and aired a variety of viewpoints.
'Hopewell Archaeology' will stand as the basic reference work on the Hopewell culture for years to come.

Condition: Cover is lightly shelfworn with some creasing to corners and minor blue marks on back. Some page corners very minorly creased. Pages are clean and clear and binding is tight.

Item details

Author(s):
Brose, David S.; Greber, N'omi
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
4to
Edition:
1979
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0873382366
ISBN-13:
9780873382366
Number of pages:
309
Publisher:
Kent State University Press
Title:
Hopewell Archaeology: The Chillicothe Conference

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From the first discovery of the prehistoric mounds and earthworks of the Middle west in the eighteenth century, the culture that produced them has been a major focus of American archaeological investigation. And their work continues, in one of the most active archaeological areas of the continent, raising new questions and problems of establishing temporal and regional boundaries, cultural sequences, and relationships of the Hopewell with such other cultures as the Adena.
The Chillicothe Conference brought together those presently most actively engaged in Hopewell research. The participants represented a broad geographic area, explored many different systemic and systematic approaches, and aired a variety of viewpoints.
'Hopewell Archaeology' will stand as the basic reference work on the Hopewell culture for years to come.

Condition: Cover is lightly shelfworn with some creasing to corners and minor blue marks on back. Some page corners very minorly creased. Pages are clean and clear and binding is tight.

Author(s):
Brose, David S.; Greber, N'omi
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
4to
Edition:
1979
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0873382366
ISBN-13:
9780873382366
Number of pages:
309
Publisher:
Kent State University Press
Title:
Hopewell Archaeology: The Chillicothe Conference

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