They can reveal that a settlement was surrounded by a palisade and presumably had enemies.CATEGORY: artifact DEFINITION: A stone or clay smoking pipe in which a stem is inserted into the mouth of the smoker.
The culture which had both agriculture and hunting-gathering succeeded the Adena culture."SYNONYMS OR RELATED TERMS: kaava, cava, kawa CATEGORY: term DEFINITION: An intoxicating drink prepared from the crushed, chewed, or pounded aromatic roots of the Polynesian shrub Piper methysticum or Macropiper latifolium.
It is known for its ceremonial and complex burial practices involving the construction of mounds and by a high level of craftwork and pottery. 1250 in the Ohio Valley (US) and named after the Adena Mounds of Ross County. Artifacts distinctive of Adena include a tubular pipe style, mica cutouts, copper bracelets and cutouts, incised tablets, stemmed projectile points, oval bifaces, concave and reel-shaped gorgets, and thick ceramic vessels decorated with incised geometric designs.
It is known for its ceremonial and complex burial practices involving the construction of mounds and by a high level of craftwork and pottery. - 500 AD that was discovered on La Plata Island (Manabi).
The first evidence for lead-extraction in parts of Europe is the addition of the metal to bronze during the CATEGORY: technique DEFINITION: A statistical procedure for determining the relationship between two variables.
It has many applications in archaeology, as in the study of variations in population or the size of clay-pipe stems through time, or the relationship between the quantity of an item and the distance from its source. time or distance) is regarded as independent, while the second is dependent on it; from a set of know observations, it is possible to estimate the relationship between the two.