By James L Phillips, James A Brown

This quantity stories on a sequence of multidisciplinary initiatives regarding the Archaic interval of the yank Midwest. A interval of innovation and technical success, the articles specialize in alterations in environmental, social, and financial elements working during this interval, and the variation of the hunter gatherer peoples residing at this time.

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Excavations at Nebo Hill were funded in part by the Missouri State Highway Commission and the University of Kansas--Kansas State University field schoo!. REFERENCES Amiran, R. The beginnings of pottery-making in the Near East. In Ceramics and Man, edited by 1965 F. R. Matson. Viking Fund Publications in Anthropology 41:240-247. Artz, ,. A. 1978 Faunal analysis. In Nebo Hill, by K. C. Reid, 226-246. Report on file at the Missouri State Highway Commission, Jefferson City. , and A. Rohn 1982 Man and environment in northeastern Kansas.

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The paste is smooth and compact, and appears well consolidated. 9b-cJ. The original form of the vessels is uncertain. All 3 rims are direct, 2 with rounded lips and 1 with a flattened lip. 3 mm, with a mean of 8 mm. 9dl. The probable lug projects 19 mm from the bond break and is 26 mm wide. A small 30 Kenneth C. 8 Fiber-tempered pottery from the block excavation at 23CLll. The first two rows are body sherds, and the three sherds on the lower left are rims. On the lower right are two fragments of fired, fiber-tempered paste that resemble daub.

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