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Bones: Ancient Men and Modern Myths

By: Binford, Lewis R.

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Orlando, Academic Press: 1981

Seller ID: 004344


320 pages including index. With black and white photos. A technical work on the analysis of bones, examining different break patterns, marks on bones and what caused them, including natural causes an marks due to human or animal causes, etc. GOOD condition, EX-MUSEUM LIBRARY (Strawbery Banke) with a pocket, pastedown and spine label present. Minor stamping in the interior. Heavy diagonal crease to the lower rear cover. Minor scuffing and edgewear. Interior clean and soli... View more info

Archeological Collections Management at Sagamore Hill National Historic Site. New York ACMP Series No. 7.

By: DeCesare, Louise M

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Washington, National Park Service. U.S. Department of the Interior: 1990

Seller ID: 004636


68 pages. Illustrated. Includes information on the history of the site including the acquision by Theodore Roosevelt, its use, condition of collection, artifact category definitions and more. Illustrated with photos and maps. GOOD condition, ex-museum library copy. With the usual library markings: spine label, bookplate, and card pocket. Minor fading, scuffing and edgewear. Interior clean and solid. View more info

Statistics for Archaeologists: A Commonsense Approach

By: Drennan, Robert D.

Price: $75.00

Publisher: New York, New York, U.S.A., Plenum Pub Corp: 1996

Seller ID: 000712


With charts and graphs. An introduction to the basic statistical principles and their application for use in the field and laboratory. In FINE condition with a hint of wear. Text clean and tight with previous owner's small sticker on ffep. View more info

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Riqqeh and Memphis VI. British School of Archaeology in Egypt and Egyptian Research Account. Nineteenth Year, 1913

By: Englebach, R.; Petrie, H. Flinders; Petrie, W.M. Flinders.

Price: $100.00

Publisher: London, School of Archaeology in Egypt/Bernard Quaritch, Publishers: 1915

Seller ID: 012331


Printed paper covered boards with half red cloth binding. Small folio. 38 pp., 62 plus illustrated plates, a few fold out and a few in color. A discussion and description of the archaeological digs and findings in Egypt at El Riqqeh and Memphis around 1912, describing objects, cemeteries, a jewellery tomb, etc. POOR/FAIR condition. Ex-library, with faint remains of marking on the lower spine, and pocket/pastedown removed from the interior. Plate 24 TORN completely along ... View more info

The Archaeology of Brugh Na Boinne During the Early Centuries A.D.

By: Eogan, George

Price: $12.00

Publisher: No Place, No printer or publisher Given:

Seller ID: 003725


Pagination runs 20-34. Side stapled wraps. Appears to be an article extracted from a journal or some larger work. With a few photos and illustrations. A short but in depth work examining the archaeological finds at Brugh na Boinne in Ireland, explaining their signifcance and history. GOOD condition with some soiling, minor creasing and general fading to the wraps. Light darkening present along the extremities. Some fading to the interior. View more info

The French at Pentagoet, 1635-1674: An Archaeological Portrait of the Acadian Frontier

By: Faulkner, Alaric;Faulkner, Gretchen Fearon

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Augusta, Maine Historic Preservation Commission: 1987

Seller ID: 008369


330 pp. Illustrations and black and white photos throughout. A detailed archaeological study of early settlements in Acadia in the Maine and Maritime Provinces of Canada, studying pre-1600 settlements, early sites, etc., and providing analysis of the many artifacts discovered during archaeological digs. FAIR condition. Text block cracked and separated in two at pages 164-65. Minor browning, some soiling and fading to the covers. Extremities bumped and scuffed. Scattered ... View more info

Melanges. Louisiana in North American Prehistory. Number 1 May 25, 1971

By: Haag, William G.

Price: $9.00

Publisher: Baton Rouge, LA, Museum of Geoscience Louisiana State University: 1971

Seller ID: 003399


45 pages. With a few maps and illustrations. A short look at the prehistory of Louisiana including lithic and later periods, including analysis of pottery and early Native American activity. In VERY GOOD condition with minor fading and edgewear. Minor creasing at the top corner. Interior clean and solid. View more info

Ice Age Hunters from the Ukraine

By: Klein, Richard G.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: University of Chicago Press: 1973

Seller ID: 000051


NEAR FINE condition. The only wear are some writings in pen to a couple of charts in the text and a previous owner’s name on first end page. Nice archaeological study of the Ukraine. NEAR FINE with some writing. View more info

Excavations on the Second Site of the Dominican Priory, Oxford

By: Lambrick, George; Woods, Humphrey

Price: $15.00

Publisher: London, Headley Brothers: 1976

Seller ID: 007467


Side stapled pale yellow wraps. Offprint, reprinted from Oxoniensia, Volume XLI. Pagination runs 168-231. With two photo plates and several illustrations throughout, including a few fold out. A report on the findings of archaeological excavations conducted at the Oxford Dominican Priory from 1961-1975, providing a detailed analysis of the findings, as well as presenting historical context with the findings. GOOD condition. Some staining to the front wrap, with general un... View more info

The Soldier off Duty: Domestic Aspects of Military Life at Fort Chambly under the French Regime as Revealed by Archaeological Objects

By: Miville-Deschenes, Francois

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Ottowa, National Historic Parks and Sites, Environment Canada, Parks: 1987

Seller ID: 004476


111 pages. With a few photos throughout. A somewhat technical analysis of daily life of soldiers at Fort Chambly from about 1665 to 1760, interpreted through archaeological findings, architecture and other records. GOOD condition, EX-MUSEUM LIBRARY (Strawbery Banke). With the usual markings: bookplate, card pocket and a label at the foot of the spine. Minor stamping in the interior. Minor to moderate scuffing and fading to the covers, with minor soiling and some creasing... View more info

Treasures of Dunhuang Grottoes

By: No Author Given

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Hong Kong, Polyspering Co.: 1999

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 002868


216 pages. With full page color photos throughout. Text in English, as well as believed Chinese and Japanese. A primarily photo history of the Buddhist frescos, statues, paintings, manuscripts, textiles and art found in the Dunhuang Grottoes and spanning thousands of years. NEAR FINE condition with light rubbing to the covers and a small price sticker on the lower rear cover. Interior clean and solid. Oversized. International shipping will be extra. Please contact for r... View more info

Annual Archaeological Report 1897-8. Being part of Appendix to the report of the Minister of Education Ontario

By: No Author Given

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Toronto, Warwick Bro's and Rutter: 1898

Seller ID: 003236


Original wraps. 87 pages including index. With several black and white illustrations throughout including two maps. A report on various additions to the museum, as well as excavations, including Christian Island and Fort Ste. Marie, Pagan Burying Ground, an Ahoendoe Ossuary. Also included is Whiteman's Creek in Brantford Township and sites in Malahide Township, Orillia township and other places. In FAIR condition. EX-LIBRARY, from the Cleveland Historical Society. Some s... View more info

The Palace of Apries (Memphis II). British School of Archaeology in Egypt and Egyptian Research Account. Fifteenth Year, 1909

By: Petrie, W.M. Flinders

Price: $75.00

Publisher: London, chool of Archaeology in Egypt/Bernard Quaritch, Publishers: 1909

Seller ID: 012482


Printed paper covered boards with half red cloth binding. Small folio. 25 pp., 34 plus illustrated plates, including black and white photos. A discussion and description of the archaeological digs and findings in Egypt at the Palace of Apries in Memphis around 1909, describing various discoveries. FAIR condition. Ex-library, with faint remains of marking on the lower spine, and pocket/pastedown removed from the interior. Moderate darkening to the covers, with some soili... View more info

Meydum and Memphis (III). British School of Archaeology in Egypt and Egyptian Research Account. Sixteenth Year, 1910

By: Petrie, W.M. Flinders; Mackay, Ernest; Wainwright, Gerald.

Price: $60.00

Publisher: London, School of Archaeology in Egypt/Bernard Quaritch, Publishers: 1910

Seller ID: 012351


Printed paper covered boards with half red cloth binding. Small folio. 50 pp., plus 47 illustrated plates/photos. A discussion and description of the archaeological digs and findings in Egypt at Meydum and Memphis around 1910, describing objects, tombs, the Mastaba of Nefermaat, the Temple of Ptah. etc. FAIR/GOOD condition. Ex-library, with faint remains of marking on the lower spine, and pocket/pastedown removed from the interior. Moderate darkening to the covers, with... View more info

Michaud: A Paleoindian Site in the New England Maritimes Region

By: Spiess, Arthur;Wilson, Deborah B.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Augusta, Maine, U.S.A., Maine Archaeological Society Inc: 1987

Seller ID: 005864


232 pp. With black and white photos and illustrations throughout. A technical survey and study of stone tools, implements and flints discovered during the construction of a road between Lewiston and Auburn, Maine, providing a technical analysis of the findings. GOOD condition. Some soiling to the rear cover, with a small ink spot on the upper front cover. Top corner of the front cover and and first page torn away, affecting a 1 by 3 inch area. Diagonal crease to the rea... View more info

Historical Survey of Canterbury Shaker Village

By: Starbuck, David R.; Smith, Margaret Supplee

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Boston, Boston University: 1979

Seller ID: 004567


Stated second printing. Spiral comb binding. Large format paperback. 269 pages with a section of black and white photos. A detailed and somewhat technical history of the Canterbury Shaker Village, drawn from archaeological and historical sources, and including interpretations of land use, an architectural history, photographic documentation and a social history. GOOD condition, EX-MUSEUM LIBRARY (Strawbery Banke). With the usual markings: card pocket and a label at the f... View more info

Socioeconomic Differentiation of Late Nineteenth-Century Lower Class Households in the Little Piasa Valley, Alton, Illinois

By: Thomas, Frederick; Moore, Jerry J.

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Normal, IL, Illinois State University: 1990

Seller ID: 004650


Wraps. 398 pages. With several illustrations and a few fold out maps/plans. A technical report documenting the archaeological testing at seven houselots from nineteenth century Euro-American occupants. These digs, conducted due to proposed expansion of U.S. Route 67, explore the lives of lower class laborers-often underdocumented in historical records. This report includes a history of Alton and Little Piasa Valley, as well as occupation and job access and social relatio... View more info

The New Hampshire Archeologist. Volume 35, No. 1. 1995

By: Various Authors

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Concord, NH, The New Hampshire Archeological Society: 1995

Seller ID: 000860


With maps, city plans, illustrations and photos. Topics include the history of archeology at Strawberry Banke museum, Deer street in Portsmouth, NH, Native American ceramics from the Rock's Rd site, etc. NEAR FINE with soiling at the center fore edge of the pages. Text clean and tight. View more info

Indian Antiquities of the Kennebec Valley. Occasional Publications in Maine Archaeology Number One

By: Willoughby, Charles Clark; Spiess, Arthur E. (Foreword)

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Augusta, ME, The Maine Historic Preservation Commission/The Maine State Museum: 1980

Seller ID: 004563


Hard cover in brown faux leather. No jacket. 130+ pages. A reproduction of a journal of Charles Clark Willoughby (1857-1943), an artist, antiquarian and archaeologist. This handwritten and illustrated works was originally written between 1890-92 while he was a member of the Kennebec Natural History and Antiquarian Society. It contains color illustrations of arrowheads and other items, as well as containing his findings as an amateur archaeologist. This work also contains... View more info