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Method and theory in American archaeology
In 1958 Gordon R. Willey and Philip Phillips first published Method and Theory in American Archaeology - a volume that went through five printings, the last in 1967 at the height of what became knownExpand
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A history of American archaeology
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Travels and archaeology in South Chile
This is a remarkable book by one of the true geniuses in the field of anthropology during this century and one who provided valuable data for specialists in other disciplines as well.--H. M.Expand
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An introduction to American archaeology
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The Prehistory of the Southeastern Maya Periphery
THE VERITABLE EXPLOSION of archaeological research activity in the Maya area during the past 15 years has affected primarily the core areas of prehistoric Maya cultural development: the highlands ofExpand
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Horizonal Integration and Regional Diversity: An Alternating Process in the Rise of Civilizations
The Precolumbian culture sequences for Mesoamerica and Peru, the two New World areas where native civilizations attained their greatest complexity, show, in each case, an alternation between periodsExpand
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Method and Theory in American Archeology: An Operational Basis for Culture-Historical Integration
IN REVIEWING past and current trends of American archeological thinking, it seems possible, without violent oversimplification, to discern three general and more or less sequent points of view. TheExpand
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