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Michael J. Snarskis Archaeologists and Huaqueros, by Michael J. Snarskis "Turrialba: A Paleo-Indian Quarry and Workshop Site in Eastern Costa Rica" in American Róger Gómez (297 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article

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The Paleoindian Database of the Americas

2019-12-16  1984 The Gainey Site: Variability in a Great Lakes Paleo-Indian Assemblage. Archaeology of Eastern North America 12:266-279. Snarskis, M. J. 1979 Turrialba: A Paleo–Indian Quarry and Workshop Site in Eastern Costa Rica. American Antiquity 44(1):125–138. Stanford, Dennis 1991 Clovis Origins and Adaptations: An Introductory Perspective.

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Cerro Mangote: A Preceramic Site in Panama*

Cerro Mangote: A Preceramic Site in Panama* - Volume 22 Issue 2Part1 - Charles R. McGimsey Skip to main content We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites.

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American Antiquity: Volume 44 - Issue 1 Cambridge

Turrialba, a multicomponent quarry and manufacturing site in eastern Costa Rica, has yielded in surface collections 18 fluted points, fragments, and preforms. Both North and South American paleo-Indian point types are represented.

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First Report of a Newly Discovered Paleoindian Quarry

2021-1-20  InX Congreso del Unidn lntetnacional de Ciencias Prehistdricus y Protohistoricas, edited by Joaquin Garcia-Bkcena and Fernando Sanchez Martinez, pp. 63-83. Mexico. Snarskis, Michael J. 1979 Turrialba: A Paleo-Indian Qumj and Workshop Site in Eastern

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What is on the craftsmen’s menu? Plant consumption

The exploitation of lithic resources was an important aspect of prehistoric resource exploitation strategies and adaptation. Research has mostly focused on technological and spatial aspects of lithic factory sites, often overlooking how these sites were integrated within local socioecological dynamics in terms of food acquisition and consumption. The aim of this paper is to study plant ...

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The Bulletin Number 45 March 1969 - New York

2020-7-12  In April, 1963, a large Paleo-Indian quarry-workshop-campsite was discovered at West Athens Hill by R. Arthur Johnson, of Van Epps-Hartley chapter, NYSAA (Funk and Johnson, 1964). Excavations directed by Funk in July, 1966 established the site as the largest of its period so far

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Peopling the Maritimes

2006-9-14  In The Vail Site: A Palaeo-indian Encampment in Maine, by R. M Gramly, pp. x-xi. Bulletin of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences 30. 1983 Eastern North America. In Early Man in the New World, edited by R. Shutler, Jr., pp. 97-108. Sage Publications, London. Matthew, G. F. 1900 A Quarry and Workshop Site of the Stone Age in New Brunswick.

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American Antiquity: Volume 44 - Issue 1 Cambridge

Turrialba, a multicomponent quarry and manufacturing site in eastern Costa Rica, has yielded in surface collections 18 fluted points, fragments, and preforms. Both North and South American paleo-Indian point types are represented.

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Volcanoes in the pre-Columbian life, legend, and ...

2008-10-1  Turrialba is the easternmost volcano in Costa Rica ().Turrialba is also the name for a valley and a city. The origin of the name comes probably from the Indian name Toriáraba, pronounced Turiarva, which means: turiri (fire) and aban (river), so river of fire (Gagini, 1917).On the slopes of the Turrialba volcano is one of the major archaeological sites in Costa Rica (770 B.C.–1300 A.D ...

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Volcanoes in the pre-Columbian life, legend, and ...

Turrialba, a multicomponent quarry and manufacturing site in eastern Costa Rica, has yielded in surface collections 18 fluted points, fragments, and preforms. Both North and South American paleo ...

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(PDF) Cultural Diversity in Late Pleistocene/Early ...

Turrialba: A Paleo-Indian Quarry and Workshop Site in . Eastern Costa Rica. ... special attention has been paid among the existing varieties to a group distributed throughout eastern North America ...

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2020-1-25  1979 Turrialba: A Paleo-Indian Quarry and Workshop Site in Eastern Costa Rica. American Antiquity 44:125-138. Stephens, David W., andJohn R. Krebs 1986 Foraging Theory. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Terashima, Hideaki, Mitsuo Ichikawa, and Masato Sawada 1988 Wild Plant Utilization of the Balese

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Linking late Paleoindian stone tool technologies and ...

2019-7-18  Snarskis MJ. Turrialba: A Paleo-Indian quarry and workshop site in eastern Costa Rica. Am Antiq. 1979;44(1):125–38. View Article Google Scholar 89. Maggard GJ. The El Palto phase of northern Perú: cultural diversity in the late Pleistocene-early Holocene. Chungara Rev Antropol Chil. 2015;47(1).

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Primary papers on the Paleoindian Database of the

2011-3-27  1984 The Gainey Site: Variability in a Great Lakes Paleo-Indian Assemblage. Archaeology of Eastern North America 12:266-279. Simpson, Clarence J. 1948 Folsom-like Points from Florida. Florida Anthropologist 1(1-2): 11-15. Snarskis, M. J. 1979 Turrialba: A Paleo–Indian Quarry and Workshop Site in Eastern Costa Rica. American Antiquity 44(1 ...

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PIDBA: The Paleoindian Database of the Americas

2011-3-27  In New Experiments Upon the Record of Eastern Paleo-Indian Cultures, edited by R. M. Gramly, pp. 110-121. Archaeology of Eastern North America. vol. 12. 1984 New Experiments Upon the Record of Eastern Paleo-Indian Cultures. 1988 The Adkins Site: A Palaeo-Indian Habitation and Associated Stone Structure. Persimmon Press, Buffalo.

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Puget Sound Knappers

2016-1-18  The Clovis is considered by many to represent the earliest projectile point used by Paleo-Indian people in North America.Current theories place the Clovis' origin point to be in the Southeastern U.S. since more examples are found in Florida, Alabama and Tennessee than anywhere else. ... Turrialba Quarry Workshop Site (Costa Rica) Vail Site ...

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Linking late Paleoindian stone tool technologies and ...

2019-7-18  Snarskis MJ. Turrialba: A Paleo-Indian quarry and workshop site in eastern Costa Rica. Am Antiq. 1979;44(1):125–38. View Article Google Scholar 89. Maggard GJ. The El Palto phase of northern Perú: cultural diversity in the late Pleistocene-early Holocene. Chungara Rev Antropol Chil. 2015;47(1).

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(PDF) The role of plants in the early human settlement

Turrialba: a Paleo-indian quarry and workshop site in eastern Lo pez, C., 1999. Ocupaciones tempranas en las tierras bajas tropicales del valle Costa Rica. American Antiquity 44, 125e138.

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Quaternary Free Full-Text Paleoamerican

Archaeological excavations at the Cueva del Medio performed during the 1980s and 1990s yielded an important record of both faunal and stone tool remains, as well as data, to discuss issues that occurred during the Terminal Pleistocene. Due to that, the shaped Paleoamerican artifacts collected in the authorrsquo;s excavations were partially informed. The present article provides unpublished ...

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Radiocarbon chronology of early human settlement

2013-7-8  La Mula-Central, a small workshop-quarry within the PR-14 site, produced five complete or nearly complete points, which are un-fluted, have broad stems, prominent notches and ears, and slightly curved or straight blade edges, in one case with carefully made serrations (Cooke and Ranere, 1992c: Fig. 6a–d; Ranere and Cooke, 1995: Fig. 1.3 ...

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PIDBA: The Paleoindian Database of the Americas

2011-3-27  In New Experiments Upon the Record of Eastern Paleo-Indian Cultures, edited by R. M. Gramly, pp. 110-121. Archaeology of Eastern North America. vol. 12. 1984 New Experiments Upon the Record of Eastern Paleo-Indian Cultures. 1988 The Adkins Site: A Palaeo-Indian Habitation and Associated Stone Structure. Persimmon Press, Buffalo.

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Puget Sound Knappers

2016-1-18  The Clovis is considered by many to represent the earliest projectile point used by Paleo-Indian people in North America.Current theories place the Clovis' origin point to be in the Southeastern U.S. since more examples are found in Florida, Alabama and Tennessee than anywhere else. ... Turrialba Quarry Workshop Site (Costa Rica) Vail Site ...

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Ice Age Hunter Gatherers and the Coloniz (1)

2016-3-4  Figure 9.1 Paleo-Indian sites in Mesoamerica (drawn by Kristin Sullivan). between 1965 and 1973 by the now-defunct Department of Prehistory of the National Anthropology and History Institute of Mexico (INAH, Instituto Nacional de Antropologa e Historia). Two trenches were excavated to explore the oldest site, Tlapacoya I.

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Bibliographie américaniste - Persée

— The Morrow site. Bulletin. of the Eastern states archaeological Federation. Trenton, n° 17, 1958, p. 11. ... (Donald). The getman quarry on Workshop Site (Cnk 67-2). Bulletin of the New Yorx State archaeological Association. ... — The Nucholls site. A modified paleo-indian chipped stone complex. Tennessee archaeologist. Knoxville, t. 14 ...

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El_poblamiento_inicial_de_America_Centra.pdf ...

2018-7-2  Según evidencias sólidas, el Homo Sapiens migró del noreste de Asia a Beringia oriental (Alaska y Yukón) en el Pleistoceno Supe- rior, durante la glaciación de Wisconsin. Con toda probabilidad, empezó a colonizar América del Norte, más allá de Beringia, hace menos de 21,000 años, pero más de 15,000 años, siguiendo la cos- ta del Pacifico para evitar los mantos de hielo que cubrían ...

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Cambridge History of the Native Peoples of the

2015-3-7  Cambridge History of the Native Peoples of the Americas Vol 3 South America 1 - Free ebook download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read book online for free.

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