spatial analysis of the Hohokam community of La Ciudad

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Hohokam culture, Hohokam culture -- Dwellings, Human settlements -- Arizona, Ciudad Site (Ariz.), Arizona -- Antiqu
Statementby Glen E. Rice ; with a contribution by T. Kathleen Henderson ; submitted to Arizona Department of Transportation ... by Office of Cultural Resource Management, Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University.
SeriesAnthropological field studies -- no. 16., La Ciudad -- v. 1.
ContributionsHenderson, T. Kathleen., Arizona State University. Office of Cultural Resource Management.
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A Spatial Analysis of the Hohokam Community of La CiudadAuthor: RICE (Glen E.). The second was the gradient of the basin, which is unusually gentle over large areas and is interrupted at only a few locations by short mountain ranges.

These features made the Phoenix basin well suited for the irrigation technology of the Hohokam. One of the prehistoric communities of the basin is the site archaeologists call La by: 2. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

A spatial analysis of the Hohokam community of La Ciudad in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. Inthe Arizona Department of Transportation awarded a contract to the Office of Cultural Resource Management at Arizona State University for a data recovery program in the northern resource zone (Rice and Most ).

Funding was provided through the Federal Highway Administration as part of a project to mitigate the impacts associated with the construction of the Papago-Loop of the I The Hohokam community of La Ciudad by Glen Rice, Neal Ackerly,Office of Cultural Resource Management, Arizona State University edition, in English.

Death, Society, and Ideology in a Hohokam Community [Reprint ed.]Based on a study of more than burials at the US site of La Ciudad ( AD to AD), this is an exploration of the. Buy A spatial analysis of the Hohokam community of La Ciudad (Anthropological field studies) by Glen Rice (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Glen Rice. Hohokam Hierarchy. The Hohokam were a prehistoric people that inhabited the Sonoran desert of central Arizona from about AD to AD Occupying the region around modern-day Phoenix along the Salt and Gila Rivers, the Hohokam were one of several relatively advanced.

A Hohokam Sacaton phase (A.D. –) courtyard group excavated at Kearny along the Gila River in central Arizona (designated AZ V: [ASM]) consists of seven houses and associated features. McGuire, Randall H.

Ideologies of Death and Power in the Hohokam Community of La Ciudad. In Ancient Burial Practices in the American Southwest: Archaeology, Physical Anthropology, and Native American Perspectives, edited by Douglas R.

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Mitchell and Judy L. Brunson-Hadley, pp. 27 – University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. The Spatial Community is a Slack-based community of over 6, geospatial enthusiasts: developers, GIS professionals, students, and hobbyists all coming together to share a common interest in all things spatial.

Kisselburg, J. Specialization and differentiation: Non-subsistence economic pursuits in courtyard systems at La Ciudad. In Doyel, D. (ed.), The Hohokam Village: Site Structure and Organization, American Association for the Advancement of. A Spatial Analysis of the Hohokam Community of La Ciudad, Arizona State University Anthropological Field Studies, No.

16, Tempe. Rice, G. (ed.) (b). Studies in the Hohokam Community of Marana, Arizona State University Anthropological Field Studies, No. 15, Tempe. Spatial Analysis of Prehistoric Ballcourts with Respect to Core and Periphery Hierarchy (84 pp.) The objective of my thesis is to demonstrate spatial clustering of ballcourts at Hohokam sites using the Poisson statistical method.

Different numbers of ballcourts in a specific region indicates social, ceremonial, and political. Village segments in Hohokam villages consist of circular arrays of clustered residential and refuse disposal areas with cemeteries situated around large open areas such as plazas.

The application of rigorous quantitative techinques is present here to test the model of Hohokam village organization, originally developed through visual pattern inspection. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm.

Contents: 1. Introduction --The Hohokam --The Site of La Ciudad --Theoretical Considerations --Organization of the Book Previous Analyses of Hohokam Burials --The Hemenway Expedition --Excavations in the s: The Grewe Site and Snaketown --Excavations in the s and s.

To investigate the importance of immediate spatial neighbors when investigating local crime indicators of spatial association are used. Request PDF | On Oct 1,Stephen H. Lekson and others published Centuries of Decline during the Hohokam Classic Period at Pueblo Grande | Find, read and cite all the research you need on.

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Los Homos: Site Structure and Community Pattem- ing at a Large Hohokam Village. In One Hundred Years of Archaeology at La Ciudad de 10s Homos. Wilcox, J. Howard, and R. Nelson. Soil Systems Publi- cations in Archaeology, Phoenix, AZ: Soil Systems. Secret Passages and Sacred Places: Ideology of Plat- form Mounds.

Ceramics and community organization among the Hohokam. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Abbott, David R. Ceramics and community organization among the Hohokam.

Tucson: University of Arizona Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication. But Wright’s five-year study of Hohokam petroglyphs in Arizona’s South Mountains, published in the book Religion on the Rocks, suggested a way in which the work of ancient artists can be as useful a tool for archaeologists as other diagnostic artifacts and features.

The key is context. Hohokam (/ h oʊ h oʊ ˈ k ɑː m /) was a society in the North American Southwest in what is now part of Arizona, United States, and m practiced a specific culture, sometimes referred to as Hohokam culture, which has been distinguished by who practiced the culture can be called Hohokam as well, but more often, they are distinguished as Hohokam people to.

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Gila River Indian Community Anthropological Research Papers, No. 2 (). Christian Wells, Glen Rice, John Ravesloot. Peopling Landscapes Between Villages in the Middle Gila River Valley of Central Arizona.

American Antiquity 69(4) (). Rice, G. La Ciudad: A perspective on Hohokam community systems. Spatial Demography Book List. The book titles below represent a partial and subjective listing. Please recommend other books that have a spatial analysis component and would be of interest to population scientists by contacting Stephen A.

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What is spatial analysis. The process of examining locations, attributes, and relationships of features in spatial data through overlay and other analytical techniques in order to address a question or gain useful knowledge. En la ciudad. 69 terms. ddcafffee. THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH ArcMap Key Terms- Book 1.

7 terms. ArianneGH. Backed by philanthropist Mary Hemenway of Boston, their work at La Ciudad de los Muertos (the City of the Dead) unearthed results and stimulated ideas about the Hohokam Classic period that continue to reverberate to the present day (Cushing).Hunting and gathering practices of the Hohokam AUTHOR: Linda M.

Gregonis & Karl J. Reinhard The Tucson Basin Hohokam constantly supplemented their agricultural diet with native foods.

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In drought years, the Indians depended heavily on wild plants and animals. The Hohokam collected mesquite beans from the trees that grew along the river banks.Abbott, David R., and Lindauer, Owen A Model of Hohokam Trash Pit Deposition.

In The Archaeology of La Ciudad de Los Hornos. edited by Wilcox, D. R. and Howard, J. Arizona State University, Anthropological Research Papers, Tempe(in preparation).