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refinement of some aspects of Huron ceramic analysis

Peter George Ramsden

refinement of some aspects of Huron ceramic analysis

by Peter George Ramsden

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Published by s.n.] in [Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Huron Indians -- Antiquities.,
  • Iroquois Indians -- Antiquities.,
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Ontario.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsToronto, Ont. University.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 304 leaves :
    Number of Pages304
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21799161M

    ceramic types. Lange l) made use of Baudez and Coe's periodization and Baudez' type descrip-tions in his research in the Sapos River Valley. These also formed the basis for Healy's (, ) analysis of material from the Rivas region of Nicaragua, and Sweeney's () analysis of ce-ramics from the Santa Elena Peninsula. It should.   I've been doing some multi-phase Rietveld analysis of powder xray data using MAUD and have come across a system that has mostly needles propagated along the b-axis.

      Ramsden, Peter A Refinement of Some Aspects of Huron Ceramic Analysis. Archaeological Survey of Canada, Mercury Series Paper Archaeological Survey of Canada, Mercury Series Paper National Museum of Man, Ottawa. Prehistoric pottery of the Eastern United States. Request This. Title Prehistoric pottery of the Eastern United States. Format Book Published [s.n.: s.l., ?-. Description 1 v.: ill. ; 28 cm. Other contributors A refinement of some aspects of Huron ceramic analysis. Ramsden, Peter George.

    The Pottery of Pecos Format Book Published New Haven, Pub. for Phillips Academy by the Yale University Press; London, H. Milford, Oxford University Press, A refinement of some aspects of Huron ceramic analysis. Ramsden, Peter George. EP8 R Mimbres pottery: [exhibition] November 6-Janu TRACSCAL allows for the multiphase refinement of the following variables to fit a total calculated profile to the measured profile (Taylor, ). As some of the pioneers, Taylor et al. have applied employed the Rietveld method for the quantitative analysis of clay minerals since (Taylor and Rui, ).Cited by:


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Refinement of some aspects of Huron ceramic analysis by Peter George Ramsden Download PDF EPUB FB2

Refinement of Some Aspects of Huron Ceramic Analysis Book Description: Using selected ceramic attributes from twenty-eight prehistoric and historic Iroquoian sites in Ontario an attempt is made to demonstrate the existence of clustering of historically related sites.

A refinement of some aspects of Huron ceramic analysis. [Peter Ramsden; Diamond Jenness] -- Doctoral thesis, University of Toronto, Provides data on the frequencies of selected ceramic attributes from 28 prehistoric and historic Iroquoian sites in south central and southeastern.

A refinement of some aspects of Huron ceramic analysis / Peter George Ramsden. Format Book Published Ottawa: National Museum of Canada, Description xvii, p.: ill.

; 28 cm. Thesis--University of Toronto, Uniform series Paper (Archaeological Survey of Canada). A refinement of some aspects of Huron ceramic analysis.

[Peter George Ramsden] -- Doctoral thesis, University of Toronto, Provides data on the frequencies of selected ceramic attributes from 28 prehistoric and historic Iroquoian sites in south central and southeastern. Get this from a library. Refinement of Some Aspects of Huron Ceramic Analysis.

[Ramsden Peter George]. Refinement of some aspects of Huron ceramic analysis. Ottawa: National Museum of Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Thesis/dissertation, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Peter Ramsden, Dr.; Diamond Jenness.

Refinement of some aspects of Huron ceramic analysis. Ottawa: National Museum of Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Peter Ramsden, Dr.; Diamond Jenness. The Emergence of Cultural Complexity on the West Coast of North America.

Book. A Refinement of Some Aspects of Huron Ceramic Analysis. January A Refinement of Some Aspects of Huron Ceramic Analysis, Peter George Ramsdon, Indian Life in the Upper Great Lakes, George Irving Quimby, The Neutral Indians: A Source Book, Gordon K.

Wright, The Wars of the Iroquois, George T. Hunt, His thesis, “A refinement of some aspects of Huron ceramic analysis” was subsequently published in the Archaeological Survey of Canada Mercury Series and remains one of our central sources for interpreting Huron ceramics today.

A refinement of some aspects of Huron ceramic analysis by Peter George Ramsden. FC 65 P37 NO The skeletal biology of archaic populations of the Great Lakes region [Susan Pfeiffer]. A Refinement of Some Aspects of Huron Ceramic Analysis. National Museum of Man, Archaeological Survey of Canada, Mercury Series Paper No.

Ottawa. National Museum of Man, Archaeological Survey of Canada, Mercury Series Paper No. by: 8. Ramsden, Peter G. A Refinement of Some Aspects of Huron Ceramic Analysis.

National Museum of Man Mercury Series, Archaeological Survey of Canada Paper No. by:   A refinement of some aspects of Huron ceramic analysis, Mercury Series No. Ottawa: Archaeological Survey of Canada, National Museums of Canada.

Ottawa: Archaeological Survey of Canada, National Museums of by: 1. Organized into three parts encompassing 13 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the products of the archeological record.

This text then examines survey sampling, site formation studies, and lithic and ceramic analysis. The Oxford Handbook of Archaeological Ceramic Analysis draws together topics and methodologies essential for the socio-cultural, mineralogical, and geochemical analysis of archaelogical ceramic.

Ceramic is one of the most complex and ubiquitous archaeomaterials in the archaeological record: it occurs around the world and through time in almost every culture and context, from building materials.

You will be able to do Rietveld phase composition analysis using XRD data from a solid ceramic or metal sample or crystalline organic polymers without having to grind the sample. Results of grain refinement suggest that addition of % of B using Al–4B refiners produced at °C min have shown better refinement of α-Al at both shorter (2 min) and extended ( Pieces may also be selected for illustration and scientific analysis, e.g.

for fabric characterisation, residue analysis or dating. Analysis will usually lead to the creation of a specialist report on the pottery assemblage. Appendix 3 provides further detail on approaches to analysis specified in File Size: KB. Iroquoians become recognizable in the archaeological record of southern Ontario about A.D.

with the appearance of Princess Point sites and maize agriculture in the lower Grand River valley. After A.D. Iroquoians lived in longhouse villages situated in the interior, north of Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, and the St.

Lawrence River. This synthesis of the Iroquoian occupation of southern Cited by:. Design for Need: The Social Contribution of Design compiles papers presented at the Symposium at the Royal College of Art, London in April This book focuses on the concept of design as a conditioning, reformist, and practical element in society, which examines and demonstrates actual projects carried out in response to social needs.Jenness, Diamond, Jenness, Diamond Diamond Jenness anthropologue, en poste au Muséum national d'Ottawa, Canada Diamond Jenness Canadian anthropologist.The Indian Arts Fund collection.

Request This. Author Indian Arts Fund, Santa Fe, N.M. Title The Indian Arts Fund collection. Format Book Published Santa Fe, N. M.: Indian Arts Fund: distributed by the Museum of New Mexico Press, A refinement of some aspects of Huron ceramic analysis.

Ramsden, Peter George. EP8 R Mimbres.