1.Surface Collection, Sampling, and Research Design: A ...
Charles L. Redman, Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University, ..... ceramic period deposition and to expose entire buildings without excessive ...
2.Systematic, Intensive Surface Collection
CHARLES L. REDMAN AND PATTY JO WATSON. ABSTRACT .... nations of about 7000 B.C., though some pottery was known to be present on the surface.
3.Curriculum Vitae - George Washington University
Diversity in ceramic production: A case study from medieval North Africa. In Medieval. Archaeology, Charles L. Redman, ed., pp. 98-118. Medieval and ...
4.June 2011 newsletter - Southeast Asian Ceramic Society
the archaeological record has made pottery a popular tool in understanding the past. Charles Redman in his foreword to Carla. Sinopoli's. (1991:V). Approaches ...
5.PATRICIA E. RUBERTONE - Research - Brown University
San Antonio, Texas (with Charles L. Redman). 1976. Interaction in Archaeology. Inferences from Ceramic Attribute Analysis. Society for American Archaeology ...
6.What do we mean by “civilization”?
This is Charles Redman's 1978 reorganization of V. Gordon Childe's 1950 list. − although often ... farming families and pottery-making families. − is that enough ...
7.Mesopotamia: Neolithic and early complex cultures
“unbearably hot, with no rain, and clear skies” (Charles Redman 1978:31) ... cultures are typically named after the pottery style made in that region, at that time ...
8.The Islamic States of Medieval Morocco - University of New Mexico
CHARLES L. REDMAN is Professor, Department of Anthropology, Arizona ...... is the relatively low proportion of hand-built ceramics, indicating a reliance on an ...