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An Archaeological Guide to Historic Artifacts of the Upper Sangamon Basin
- A visual guide by Lenville J. Stelle for those interested in identifying and dating 19th and 20th century artifacts common to the American Midwest.
Asian American Comparative Collection
- Established in 1982 at the University of Idaho. A type collection and database for 19th and 20th century Asian objects likely to be encountered in North America.
Homo Faber or Homo Symbolicus
- Transoxiana 8. The question asked is why beginning in the sixth millennium we find such a fascination with copper jewelry and small axes considering that copper tools are less efficient than those made of stone.
- CBA guide to portable antiquities, metal detecting and archaeology.
Portable Antiquities Scheme
- A government-backed scheme for the recording of finds in England and Wales. Includes a database containing information on c.9,000 archaeological finds with c.600 images.
Spanish Colonial Military Artifacts
- Exhibition and interpretation of ca. 1650-1821 Spanish colonial military artifacts from the former Spanish Floridas and Louisiana. Emphasis is on such uniform-related materials as buttons, buckles, and insignia.
- Illustrated introductions to pottery, burials and human bones from archaeologist Sue Anderson. Also bibliographies and reports on finds from specific sites.
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