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A finished evaluation of all of human heritage from million years in the past to the historical interval. ready below the auspices and with the help of the Human family region records and an across the world distinct advisory board and edited by means of Peter N. Peregrine and Melvin Ember, the encyclopedia is organised domestically with entries on each one significant archaeological culture written through famous specialists within the box. The entries keep on with a regular layout and hire related devices of description and research, making them effortless to take advantage of and evaluate. quantity nine comprises the Cumulative Index to Volumes 1-8.

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Oneota, 6: 390, 393, 395, 401, 404 Plains Woodland, 6: 439, 443, 434, 445 Postclassic Southern Mexican Highlands,S: 363, 368, 370-371 Preclassic Maya,S: 379 Proto-Iroquois, 6: 453--454, 456 Roman Iron Age, 4: 265, 268, 270, 272 Romano-British, 4: 281, 285, 288-289, 292 Samoan, 3: 285-286 Scandinavian Bronze Age, 4: 300 Scandinavian Iron Age, 4: 315 Scandinavian Neolithic, 4: 320-321 Scottish, during Romano-British period, 4: 298 slash-and-burn Central African Iron Age, 1: 61, 65-66, 71 Central African Neolithic, 1: 47-48, 49 South Central African Early Iron Age, 1: 262,263 Southeast Asia Neolithic and Early Bronze, 3: 288, 289, 296 Southeast China Early Neolithic (Dapenkeng), 3: 310-311 Southeast China Late Neolithic, 3: 313, 317,320 Southeastern European Early Chalcolithic, 4: 357, 360, 361, 363, 364 Southern Mexican Highlands Classic,S: 384, 389 South Indian Chalcolithic, 8: 345, 347, 348, 351, 352, 353, 354-355, 359-360 Tahitian, 3: 330 Tiwanaku, 7: 321-322, 328, 330 Tongan, 3: 331-332 Ubaid, 8: 374, 378, 381, 389 Upper Egyptian Predynastic, 1: 290, 302 rituals associated with, 1: 295, 303 West Africa Regional Development, 1: 342 West-Central European Late Iron Age, 4: 400, 402, 408 Western European Earlier Bronze Age, 4: 413 Western European Late Bronze Age, 4: 417,422,424-425 West Mexico Classic,S: 408 West Mexico Postc1assic, 5: 417-418, 422, 425, 428 Yangshao, 3: 339, 344 Agua Blanca site, Ecuador,S: 305, 307, 313, 317-318 Aguacaliente (C-35AC) site, Costa Rica,S: 240, 244, 245, 253-254 Agua Fria-New River subtradition, of Early Hohokam tradition, 6: 105-106 Aguateca site, Guatemala,S: 77-78 Ahar culture, 8: 34, 35, 39 Ahar site, India, 8: 37 Ahu, 3: 45, 46,50-51,52,55-56,57,58 Ai (Et-Tell) site, 8: 93-94, 105-107 Aln Amur site, Egypt, 1: 41 Ainchwara site, India, 8: 338-339 Aln Misteheyia site, Algeria, 1: 141-142, 143, 145 Aln Naga site, Algeria, 1: 216 Ainu,2: 165, 166 Air Mountains, I: 87, 91, 249-250 Air Puar site, Sumatra, 3: 112 Akapana pyramid, 7: 325 Akivi-Vai Teka Complex site, Easter Island, 3: 50-51 Akkadian tradition, 8: 21-23 Akreijit phase, 1: 236 Akreijit site, Mauritania, 1: 257, 332, 335 Akrotiri-Aetokremnos site, Cyprus, 4: 231232 Alabama Early Eastern Archaic tradition sites, 6: 6869 Late Eastern Woodland tradition sites, 6: 261 Middle Eastern Woodland tradition sites, 6: 325-327, 333-334 Alacaluf, 7: 262-263 Alakul site, Kazakhstan, 4: 16--17 Alakul subtradition, of Andronovo tradition, 4: 6--8 Alaska Aleutian tradition sites, 2: 1-13 Late Tundra tradition sites, 2: 111-115 Norton tradition sites, 2: 135-151 Ocean Bay tradition sites, 2: 152-164 Alaznai river valley sites, Republic of Georgia, 4: 45 al-Bakri, 1: 341 Albania, Southeastern European Bronze Age tradition sites, 4: 351-355 Alcelaphines, as food resource, of Wilton people, 1: 349 Alcelaphus buselaphus.

Oneota, 6: 390, 393, 395, 401, 404 Plains Woodland, 6: 439, 443, 434, 445 Postclassic Southern Mexican Highlands,S: 363, 368, 370-371 Preclassic Maya,S: 379 Proto-Iroquois, 6: 453--454, 456 Roman Iron Age, 4: 265, 268, 270, 272 Romano-British, 4: 281, 285, 288-289, 292 Samoan, 3: 285-286 Scandinavian Bronze Age, 4: 300 Scandinavian Iron Age, 4: 315 Scandinavian Neolithic, 4: 320-321 Scottish, during Romano-British period, 4: 298 slash-and-burn Central African Iron Age, 1: 61, 65-66, 71 Central African Neolithic, 1: 47-48, 49 South Central African Early Iron Age, 1: 262,263 Southeast Asia Neolithic and Early Bronze, 3: 288, 289, 296 Southeast China Early Neolithic (Dapenkeng), 3: 310-311 Southeast China Late Neolithic, 3: 313, 317,320 Southeastern European Early Chalcolithic, 4: 357, 360, 361, 363, 364 Southern Mexican Highlands Classic,S: 384, 389 South Indian Chalcolithic, 8: 345, 347, 348, 351, 352, 353, 354-355, 359-360 Tahitian, 3: 330 Tiwanaku, 7: 321-322, 328, 330 Tongan, 3: 331-332 Ubaid, 8: 374, 378, 381, 389 Upper Egyptian Predynastic, 1: 290, 302 rituals associated with, 1: 295, 303 West Africa Regional Development, 1: 342 West-Central European Late Iron Age, 4: 400, 402, 408 Western European Earlier Bronze Age, 4: 413 Western European Late Bronze Age, 4: 417,422,424-425 West Mexico Classic,S: 408 West Mexico Postc1assic, 5: 417-418, 422, 425, 428 Yangshao, 3: 339, 344 Agua Blanca site, Ecuador,S: 305, 307, 313, 317-318 Aguacaliente (C-35AC) site, Costa Rica,S: 240, 244, 245, 253-254 Agua Fria-New River subtradition, of Early Hohokam tradition, 6: 105-106 Aguateca site, Guatemala,S: 77-78 Ahar culture, 8: 34, 35, 39 Ahar site, India, 8: 37 Ahu, 3: 45, 46,50-51,52,55-56,57,58 Ai (Et-Tell) site, 8: 93-94, 105-107 Aln Amur site, Egypt, 1: 41 Ainchwara site, India, 8: 338-339 Aln Misteheyia site, Algeria, 1: 141-142, 143, 145 Aln Naga site, Algeria, 1: 216 Ainu,2: 165, 166 Air Mountains, I: 87, 91, 249-250 Air Puar site, Sumatra, 3: 112 Akapana pyramid, 7: 325 Akivi-Vai Teka Complex site, Easter Island, 3: 50-51 Akkadian tradition, 8: 21-23 Akreijit phase, 1: 236 Akreijit site, Mauritania, 1: 257, 332, 335 Akrotiri-Aetokremnos site, Cyprus, 4: 231232 Alabama Early Eastern Archaic tradition sites, 6: 6869 Late Eastern Woodland tradition sites, 6: 261 Middle Eastern Woodland tradition sites, 6: 325-327, 333-334 Alacaluf, 7: 262-263 Alakul site, Kazakhstan, 4: 16--17 Alakul subtradition, of Andronovo tradition, 4: 6--8 Alaska Aleutian tradition sites, 2: 1-13 Late Tundra tradition sites, 2: 111-115 Norton tradition sites, 2: 135-151 Ocean Bay tradition sites, 2: 152-164 Alaznai river valley sites, Republic of Georgia, 4: 45 al-Bakri, 1: 341 Albania, Southeastern European Bronze Age tradition sites, 4: 351-355 Alcelaphines, as food resource, of Wilton people, 1: 349 Alcelaphus buselaphus.

Oneota, 6: 390, 393, 395, 401, 404 Plains Woodland, 6: 439, 443, 434, 445 Postclassic Southern Mexican Highlands,S: 363, 368, 370-371 Preclassic Maya,S: 379 Proto-Iroquois, 6: 453--454, 456 Roman Iron Age, 4: 265, 268, 270, 272 Romano-British, 4: 281, 285, 288-289, 292 Samoan, 3: 285-286 Scandinavian Bronze Age, 4: 300 Scandinavian Iron Age, 4: 315 Scandinavian Neolithic, 4: 320-321 Scottish, during Romano-British period, 4: 298 slash-and-burn Central African Iron Age, 1: 61, 65-66, 71 Central African Neolithic, 1: 47-48, 49 South Central African Early Iron Age, 1: 262,263 Southeast Asia Neolithic and Early Bronze, 3: 288, 289, 296 Southeast China Early Neolithic (Dapenkeng), 3: 310-311 Southeast China Late Neolithic, 3: 313, 317,320 Southeastern European Early Chalcolithic, 4: 357, 360, 361, 363, 364 Southern Mexican Highlands Classic,S: 384, 389 South Indian Chalcolithic, 8: 345, 347, 348, 351, 352, 353, 354-355, 359-360 Tahitian, 3: 330 Tiwanaku, 7: 321-322, 328, 330 Tongan, 3: 331-332 Ubaid, 8: 374, 378, 381, 389 Upper Egyptian Predynastic, 1: 290, 302 rituals associated with, 1: 295, 303 West Africa Regional Development, 1: 342 West-Central European Late Iron Age, 4: 400, 402, 408 Western European Earlier Bronze Age, 4: 413 Western European Late Bronze Age, 4: 417,422,424-425 West Mexico Classic,S: 408 West Mexico Postc1assic, 5: 417-418, 422, 425, 428 Yangshao, 3: 339, 344 Agua Blanca site, Ecuador,S: 305, 307, 313, 317-318 Aguacaliente (C-35AC) site, Costa Rica,S: 240, 244, 245, 253-254 Agua Fria-New River subtradition, of Early Hohokam tradition, 6: 105-106 Aguateca site, Guatemala,S: 77-78 Ahar culture, 8: 34, 35, 39 Ahar site, India, 8: 37 Ahu, 3: 45, 46,50-51,52,55-56,57,58 Ai (Et-Tell) site, 8: 93-94, 105-107 Aln Amur site, Egypt, 1: 41 Ainchwara site, India, 8: 338-339 Aln Misteheyia site, Algeria, 1: 141-142, 143, 145 Aln Naga site, Algeria, 1: 216 Ainu,2: 165, 166 Air Mountains, I: 87, 91, 249-250 Air Puar site, Sumatra, 3: 112 Akapana pyramid, 7: 325 Akivi-Vai Teka Complex site, Easter Island, 3: 50-51 Akkadian tradition, 8: 21-23 Akreijit phase, 1: 236 Akreijit site, Mauritania, 1: 257, 332, 335 Akrotiri-Aetokremnos site, Cyprus, 4: 231232 Alabama Early Eastern Archaic tradition sites, 6: 6869 Late Eastern Woodland tradition sites, 6: 261 Middle Eastern Woodland tradition sites, 6: 325-327, 333-334 Alacaluf, 7: 262-263 Alakul site, Kazakhstan, 4: 16--17 Alakul subtradition, of Andronovo tradition, 4: 6--8 Alaska Aleutian tradition sites, 2: 1-13 Late Tundra tradition sites, 2: 111-115 Norton tradition sites, 2: 135-151 Ocean Bay tradition sites, 2: 152-164 Alaznai river valley sites, Republic of Georgia, 4: 45 al-Bakri, 1: 341 Albania, Southeastern European Bronze Age tradition sites, 4: 351-355 Alcelaphines, as food resource, of Wilton people, 1: 349 Alcelaphus buselaphus.

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