Ceramic Production in the American Southwest

In Southwestern Ceramics : A Comparative Review , edited by Albert H. Schroeder , pp . 153-200 . The Arizona Archaeologist , vol . 15. Phoenix . Analysis and Seriation of Stratigraphic Ceramic Samples from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo .

Author: Barbara J. Mills

Publisher: University of Arizona Press

ISBN: 0816520461

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

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Covering nearly a thousand years of southwestern prehistory and history, this volume brings together the best of current research to illustrate the variation in the organization of ceramic production evident in this single geographic area.
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New Perspectives on Pottery Mound Pueblo

Fenenga , Franklin , and Thomas S. Cummings 1956 LA 2569 : Cerros Mojinos , A Late Pueblo II - Early Pueblo III Village on the Rio Puerco near Los ... Habicht - Mauche , Judith A. 1993 The Pottery from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo , New Mexico ...

Author: Polly Schaafsma

Publisher: UNM Press

ISBN: 0826339069

Category: History

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Pottery Mound, New Mexico, was occupied from the late 14th century into the late 15th. It was first excavated, during the 1950s and 1960s, when ancestors of today's Pueblo peoples were not of much interest to most scholars, so the findings were not widely published nor the initial interpretations scrutinized and debated. Here scholars engaged in more recent excavations, and other involved in interpreting both new and old data, offer fresh insights.
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The Pottery from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo New Mexico

This volume also contains a final report on the stone artifacts from Arroyo Hondo, in which Carl J. Phagan accomplishes a comprehensive reconstruction and interpretation of the lithic data collected at the site in 1971-72 and 1973-74.

Author: Judith A. Habicht-Mauche

Publisher: School for Advanced Research on the

ISBN: 0933452349

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

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Arroyo Hondo Pueblo, one of the largest fourteenth century sites in the northern Rio Grande region, was excavated by the School of American Research under the leadership of Douglas W. Schwartz between 1970 and 1974. In this eighth volume of the Arroyo Hondo Archaeological Series Judith A. Habicht-Mauche presents a masterful description and interpretation of the pottery from Arroyo Hondo.
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The Architecture of Arroyo Hondo Pueblo New Mexico

In 1993 “ Lithic Artifacts from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo , New Handbook of North American Indians , vol . 9 : SouthMexico . ” In The Pottery from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo , west , edited by Alfonso Ortiz . Washington D.C .

Author: Winifred Creamer

Publisher: School for Advanced Research on the

ISBN: STANFORD:36105008968526

Category: Social Science

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From 1971 to 1974, the School of American Research conducted a major multidisciplinary program of excavation and research at Arroyo Hondo Pueblo, one of the largest fourteenth-century Rio Grande sites. At its peak, Arroyo Hondo contained about one thousand rooms. This seventh volume in the series is focused on the walls, roomblocks, and architecture of public spaces at the site.
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Pottery and Practice

Additional Report: Analysis and Seriation of Stratigraphic Ceramic Samples from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo. In The Pottery from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo, New Mexico: Tribalization and Trade in the Northern Rio Grande, by J. Habicht-Mauche, pp.

Author: Suzanne L. Eckert

Publisher: UNM Press

ISBN: 9780826338341

Category: Art

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Pottery and Practice examines decorated pottery and its production in prehispanic New Mexico's Lower Rio Puerco area through the lens of practice theory. Arguing that social relations can be interpreted from the mundane practice of everyday life, Eckert shows how the relationship between ethnicity, migration, and ritual practice combined to create a complexly patterned material culture among residents of two fourteenth-century Pueblo villages. Focusing specifically on the social boundaries that existed between immigrant and local Pueblo groups, she argues that tensions between these groups were articulated in potters' decisions of how to make and decorate their vessels. After providing the archaeological and temporal context of her study, Eckert defines communities of practice and communities of identity within Pottery Mound and Hummingbird Pueblo, and then examines these communities in light of migration and ritual practice.
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A Space Syntax Analysis of Arroyo Hondo Pueblo New Mexico

Habicht - Mauche , J. 1993 The Pottery from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo , New Mexico : Tribalization and Trade in the Northern Rio Grande . School of American Research Press , Santa Fe , New Mexico . 1995 Changing Patterns of Pottery ...

Author: Jason S. Shapiro

Publisher: School for Advanced Research on the

ISBN: UOM:39015063206059

Category: Social Science

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Until recently, archaeologists have rarely studied prehistoric architecture as if it were an artifact comparable to pottery or stone tools. Following the premise that built space embodies social organization, Jason Shapiro takes a fresh look at architectural data from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo, a fourteenth-century site in the northern Rio Grande Valley of present day New Mexico. Using the theoretical assumptions and mathematical techniques of space syntax analysis, he explores what changes in architecture reveal about people's social lives. A significant shift toward greater residential privacy during the later period occurred in Arroyo Hondo as well as the contemporaneous pueblos of Tijeras and Puyé and twentieth-century Acoma Pueblo. This analysis demonstrates that transformations in the arrangement of space can illuminate social change even when they are not accompanied by changes in other kinds of artifacts or technologies.
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The Pueblo Revolt and the Mythology of Conquest

Gosselain, O. P. 1992 Technology and Style: Potters and Pottery among Biafra of Cameroon. Man 27(3):559–586. ... 1993 The Pottery from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo, New Mexico: Tribalization and Trade in the Northern Rio Grande.

Author: Michael Vincent Wilcox

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520944589

Category: History

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In a groundbreaking book that challenges familiar narratives of discontinuity, disease-based demographic collapse, and acculturation, Michael V. Wilcox upends many deeply held assumptions about native peoples in North America. His provocative book poses the question, What if we attempted to explain their presence in contemporary society five hundred years after Columbus instead of their disappearance or marginalization? Wilcox looks in particular at the 1680 Pueblo Revolt in colonial New Mexico, the most successful indigenous rebellion in the Americas, as a case study for dismantling the mythology of the perpetually vanishing Indian. Bringing recent archaeological findings to bear on traditional historical accounts, Wilcox suggests that a more profitable direction for understanding the history of Native cultures should involve analyses of issues such as violence, slavery, and the creative responses they generated.
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The Archaeology and History of Pueblo San Marcos

The Pottery from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo, New Mexico: Tribalization and Trade in the Northern Rio Grande. Arroyo Hondo Archaelogical Series 8, Part 1. School of American Research Press, Santa Fe. 1995. Changing Patterns of Pottery ...

Author: Ann F. Ramenofsky

Publisher: University of New Mexico Press

ISBN: 9780826358356

Category: Social Science

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San Marcos, one of the largest late prehistoric Pueblo settlements along the Rio Grande, was a significant social, political, and economic hub both before Spanish colonization and through the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. This volume provides the definitive record of a decade of archaeological investigations at San Marcos, ancestral home to Kewa (formerly Santo Domingo) and Cochiti descendants. The contributors address archaeological and historical background, artifact analysis, and population history. They explore possible changes in Pueblo social organization, examine population changes during the occupation, and delineate aspects of Pueblo/Spanish interaction that occur with Spaniards’ intrusion into the colony and especially the Galisteo Basin. Highlights include historical context, in-depth consideration of archaeological field and laboratory methods, compositional and stylistic analyses of the famed glaze-paint ceramics, analysis of flaked stone that includes obsidian hydration dating, and discussion of the beginnings of colonial metallurgy and protohistoric Pueblo population change.
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Landscapes of Social Transformation in the Salinas Province and the Eastern Pueblo World

The Social Contexts of Glaze Paint Ceramic Production and Consumption in the Silver Creek Area. In The Social Life of Pots: Glaze ... The Pottery from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo, New Mexico: Tribalization and Trade in the Northern Rio Grande.

Author: Katherine A. Spielmann

Publisher: University of Arizona Press

ISBN: 9780816535699

Category: History

Page: 268

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Drawing on 16 seasons of field work, this volume provides an in-depth look at New Mexico's Salinas Pueblo and explains its relevance to Southwestern archaeology--Provided by publisher.
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Religious Transformation in the Late Pre Hispanic Pueblo World

Habicht-Mauche, Judith A. 1993 The Pottery from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo, New Mexico: Tribalization and Trade in the Northern Rio Grande. Arroyo Hondo Archaeological Series 8. Santa Fe, NM: School ofAmerican Research Press.

Author: Donna M Glowacki

Publisher: University of Arizona Press

ISBN: 9780816503988

Category: Social Science

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The mid-thirteenth century AD marks the beginning of tremendous social change among Ancestral Pueblo peoples of the northern US Southwest that foreshadow the emergence of the modern Pueblo world. Regional depopulations, long-distance migrations, and widespread resettlement into large plaza-oriented villages forever altered community life. Archaeologists have tended to view these historical events as adaptive responses to climatic, environmental, and economic conditions. Recently, however, more attention is being given to the central role of religion during these transformative periods, and to how archaeological remains embody the complex social practices through which Ancestral PuebloÊ understandings of sacred concepts were expressed and transformed. The contributors to this volume employ a wide range of archaeological evidence to examine the origin and development of religious ideologies and the ways they shaped Pueblo societies across the Southwest in the centuries prior to European contact. With its fresh theoretical approach, it contributes to a better understanding of both the Pueblo past and the anthropological study of religion in ancient contexts This volume will be of interest to both regional specialists and to scholars who work with the broader dimensions of religion and ritual in the human experience.Ê
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