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The African Diaspora Starts Here: Historical Archaeology of Coastal West Africa
Charleston, South Carolina; Kingston, Jamaica; Port au Prince, Haiti; Salvador, Brazil: all of these are cities in the Americas that share one overwhelmingly apparent factor. Any visitor to theseExpand
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Landscape Politics: The Serpent Ditch and the Rainbow in West Africa
Anthropologists and archaeologists have long been interested in the intersection of social, political, and religious insti- tutions and landscape features. Recent efforts have been aimed atExpand
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The archaeology of African‐European interaction: Investigating the social roles of trade, traders, and the use of space in the seventeenth‐ and eighteenth‐century Hueda Kingdom, Republic of Bénin
Abstract Archaeological research has been underway at the site of the town of Savi, on the coast of Benin, West Africa, since 1991. Savi grew to international fame in the seventeenth and eighteenthExpand
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LAND‐USE REGIONS IN THE CENTRAL AND NORTHERN PORTIONS OF THE INCA EMPIRE
ABSTRACT The Central Andean civilization was developed within a fairly well-defined ecumene (oekumene), beyond which the possibilities for expansion were limited. With population increase eachExpand
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French Colonial Archaeology in the Southeast and Caribbean
This innovative collection of essays brings together archaeological research on French colonial sites from Maryland, South Carolina, the Gulf Coast and Lower Mississippi Valley, the Caribbean, andExpand
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COMPOSITIONAL ANALYSIS OF FRENCH COLONIAL CERAMICS: IMPLICATIONS FOR UNDERSTANDING TRADE AND EXCHANGE
Kenneth G. Kelly Department of Anthropology University of South Carolina Columbia, SC 29208 kenneth.kelly@sc.edu Mark W. Hauser Department of Africana Studies University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, INExpand
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Creole Cultures of the Caribbean: Historical Archaeology in the French West Indies
Historical archaeology is a relatively recent development in the French West Indies, in contrast to the Anglophone Americas where for over 30 years, historical archaeologists have investigated theExpand
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Ancient Middle Niger: Urbanism and the Self-Organizing Landscape: Ancient Middle Niger: Urbanism and the Self-Organizing Landscape
Ancient Middle Niger: Urbanism and the Self-Organizing Landscape. Roderick J. McIntosh. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2005. 261 pp.
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