Archaeological Identification of an Idiosyncratic Lifestyle: Excavation and Analysis of the Theosophical Society Dump, San Diego, California

@article{Wormer2006ArchaeologicalIO,
  title={Archaeological Identification of an Idiosyncratic Lifestyle: Excavation and Analysis of the Theosophical Society Dump, San Diego, California},
  author={S. V. Wormer and G. Gross},
  journal={Historical Archaeology},
  year={2006},
  volume={40},
  pages={100-118}
}
  • S. V. Wormer, G. Gross
  • Published 2006
  • History
  • Historical Archaeology
  • Refuse deposited by members of the Theosophical Institute in San Diego, California, ca. 1900–1920 provides a basis for defining patterns that reflect the idiosyncratic lifeways of the people who lived there. Comparisons with assemblages from urban and rural sites of the same period allow isolation of the areas of divergence. The Theosophical Society assemblage has low proportions of consumer items and bottled products along with lower values for ceramic tableware price scaling. Dietary… CONTINUE READING
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