4 edition of study of surface-mounted door locks from a number of archeological sites in Canada found in the catalog.
study of surface-mounted door locks from a number of archeological sites in Canada
Peter J. Priess
by National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada in Ottawa
Written in English
|Statement||Peter J. Priess. Inverarden, retirement home of fur trader John McDonald of Garth / Robert J. Burns.|
|Series||History and archaelogy ;, 25|
|Contributions||Burns, Robert J.|
|LC Classifications||F1019 .P74|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||240 p. :|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||81482233|
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Inverarden: Retirement Home of Fur Trader John McDonald of Garth () Archaeological sites and artifacts are basically a non-renewable resource and are a significant part of our cultural heritage.
In addition, they can be of considerable spiritual, aesthetic, and monetary value. Recognition of this led to a number of restrictions and specific approaches in the methods used in the scientific study of sites.
As a work dealing with key concepts, this book does not set out to be a manual of archaeological method, nor an introduction to the application of scientific techniques in archaeology.
But the editors are clearly aware that theory and method cannot be separated: they feed upon each other (Renfrew and Bahn ). So we have tried also to. Archaeology is the excavation and study of the material remains left by past communities. histories that have great temporal depth and inspire inquisitiveness and educate us on a number of levels.
For example, communities speak languages that are inherited from the past. They live preservation laws that protect archaeological sites.
Hidden across the rocky highlands of America´s quaint New England landscape are hundreds of mysterious “megalithic” Stone Chambers, possibly of ancient origin. Expertly constructed of mortar-free masonry and covered with earth, these strange structures—some astronomically aligned—are found nowhere else in North America.
For decades, intense debate has divided New. archaeologists study material remains that survive underwa-ter, including shipwrecks and sites inundated by a rise in sea level. Others, working in the field of cultural resource man-agement, assess archaeological remains at construction sites in order to record critical information and preserve as much as possible before the site is destroyed.
the study of processes that aﬀect the decay and deposition of archaeological materials Middle Range Research Defined by Lewis Binford as actualistic studies designed to control for the relationship between dynamic properties of the past and present, processual, get things from general covering laws.
There was too much to study in a day trip that was to cover a number of other sites as well, so I promised to return another year. In I returned to study the pottery.
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the systematic examination of the ground surface in search of archaeological sites test pit a small excavation unit dug to learn what the depth and character of the stratum might be, and to determine more precise which strata contain artifacts and other material remains.
The first step in an archaeological excavation is surveying the area. This can be done either with remote sensing or direct visual observation.
Archaeologists conducting a survey. Archaeologists also use non-invasive techniques to survey sites known as remote sensing. There are many methods including aerial photography which is simply taking. Archaeological methods are the techniques employed by archaeologists to study past human civilizations.
In the 21st century, the different methods of archaeology include high-tech analysis of archaeological sites with magnetic equipment, electrical sensors, and even satellite photography.
The ancient city of Teos in modern-day Turkey has been an archaeological boon as hundreds of steles were recovered from the site.
One remarkably intact stele features 58 legible lines that represent a 2,year-old rental shows us that bureaucracy was just as much a part of ancient Greek society as it is today.
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The wooden door was doubtless the most common in antiquity. Archaeological and literary evidence indicate its prevalence in Egypt and Mesopotamia. According to Pompeiian murals and surviving fragments, contemporary doors looked much like modern wood-paneled doors; they were constructed of stiles (vertical beams) and rails (horizontal beams) framed together to support panels and occasionally.
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