1 edition of Certain Aboriginal Remains of the Northwest Florida Coast found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||Oct 14, 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 133 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
nodata File Size: 8MB.
Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act of 1990, 25 U. The placement of the burial mound relative to the village plaza may have also taken on a new significance after the appearance of Weeden Island ceramics that were not present during the Swift Creek period. This meant that it had a significant amount of non-clay particles in it, and I would have to be careful about cracking. So there had to be some other reason that the inhabitants of the Hare Hammock ring midden required more dispersed living areas with a larger plaza than their Swift Creek predecessors.
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Purposefully and intentionally, the shell from each feast was gathered in one location in the ring over the course of time, enlarging and increasing the height of the rings, with more shell being deposited in those particularly symbolic points in the circle, C, or U plan of the construction. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant. The French initially touched the Florida coast near the St.
These patterns only became apparent however when we started to view these mound and midden sites through the lens of landscape archaeology, viewing the various components as part of larger, integrated spatial complexes.
The decoration, incised and punctate, is confined to one compartment. --A bowl with semi-globular body and thickentd rim, of about three pints capacity.
Aside from the organically-stained soils, coastal ring middens contain mostly animal remains shell and bone that are universally inferred to reflect the accumulated daily food discard of long-term occupations, either permanent or seasonal, and are most often interpreted to be the remnants of villages or base camps.
The decoration, incised and punctate, is confined to one compartment.
The nomination suggested that rings were not built in construction sequences like Mississippian mounds, but rather communally as the epiphenomena of periodic feasting events that resulted in large amounts of shell.
Dimension: 156x 234x 13mm::345g Download Link: Download eBook Certain Aboriginal Remains of the Northwest Florida Coast; Volume 2.