by Arizona Archaeological Society .
Written in English
|Contributions||Richard C Lange (Editor), Stephen Germick (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||400|
Archaeologists have long used the prehistoric inhabitants of the Phoenix Basin in south-central Arizona as an example of a failed or collapsed society, and most prehistorians still assert that Hohokam material culture patterns ended at the close of the Classic period (circa A.D. –).Cited by: 5. Charmion is also the author of “Evidences of Hereditary High Status at Gila Pueblo” (), in Proceedings of the Second Salado Conference, Globe, AZ , an occasional paper of the Phoenix Chapter of the Arizona Archaeological Society; The Gila Pueblo Salado (), an Arizona Archaeological Society publication co-authored with Jon Young 5/5(1). In Proceedings of the Second Salado Conference Globe AZ , edited by Richard G. Lange and Stephen Germick, Phoenix: Arizona Archaeological Society, Mails, Thomas E. The People Called Apache. New York: BDD Promotional Book Co., Marion, Jeannie. "As Long as the Stone Lasts: General O. O. Howard's Conference.". Exploring the Production and Social Significance of Salado Polychrome at Cen tral Phoenix Basin Hohokam Sites. In Proceedings of the Second Salado Conference, Globe, AZ, , edited by Richard C. Lange and Stephen Germick, pp. Occasional Paper. Arizona Archaeological Society, by:
The pipette, the tiered cosmos, and the materialization of transcendence in the rock art of the North American Southwest Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Social Archaeology 11(3) Wood, J. Scott, Toward a New Definition of Salado: Comments and Discussion on the Second Salado Conference. In Proceedings of the Second Salado Conference, Eds. R. Lange and S. Germick, Arizona Archaeological Society, Phoenix. Woodson, M. Kyle, Migrations in Late Anasazi Prehistory: The Evidence from the Goat Hill Site. Kiva Bostwick, T.W. (). Platform mound ceremonialism in southern Arizona: Possible symbolic meanings of Hohokam and Salado platform mounds. In Proceedings of the Second Salado Conference, Globe, AZ, , Occasional Paper, Arizona Archaeological Society, Phoenix, pp. Cited by: In Proceedings of the Second Salado Conference, Globe, Arizona, , edited by R. Lange and S. Germick, pp. Occasional Papers of the Arizona Archaeological Society, : Laurie D. Webster.
Brandt, S. (). The ethnoarchaeology of faked stone tool use in Southern Ethiopia. In G. Pwitit & R. Soper (Eds.), Aspects of African archaeology: Proceedings of the tenth congress of the Pan African Association for Prehistory and Related Studies (pp. –). Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications. Google Scholar. White, D. E.. and J. H. Burton Pinto Polychrome: A Clue to the Origin of the Salado Polychromes. In Proceedings of the Second Salado Conference, Globe, AZ , edited by R. C. Lange and S. Germick. pp. Arizona Archaeological Society. Phoenix. Zedefio, M. N. Sourcing Prehistoric Ceran~ics at Chodistaas Pueblo, Arlzona. Search this site: Humanities. Architecture and Environmental Design; Art History. The publication of the Proceedings of the International Conference on the Development and Assessment of Intercultural Competence marks the culmination of more than a year long process involving conference planning, the Call for Papers, formal review of presentation proposals, the very successful conference itself in January and, finally, the preparation of the refereed Conference .