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Their time frame stretches from Neolithic Britain and Ireland to Bosnia in the 1990s. –33– GN635 2006-029541 0-313-33671-7 Culture and customs of Jordan. Shoup, John A. (Culture and customs of the Middle East) Greenwood Press, ©2007 131 p. , Ifrane, Morocco) has done a fine job of surveying Jordan for this series, which is directed at the general reader and the undergraduate student. Jordan’s geography, history, religion, literature, arts, traditional food and costume, gender, and social customs are the main themes described.
Bauer. (Monograph; 57) Cotsen Institute / Archaeology, ©2007 142 p. 00 (pa) The Cuzco Valley in Peru is known as the heartland of the Incas and host, however exacting, to the people before them from about 9000 to 2200 BCE. This collection of articles describes findings of recent surveys and excavations that show those early people were not a few farmers in scattered villages as previously thought but a significant population with a complex culture. Focusing on the excavation site at Kaspata, contributors describe the research, the lithic assemblage, human skeletal materials, faunal remains, the sources of archaic obsidian materials, and the overall impression of the archaic period in the valley.
U. of Washington Press, ©2007 230 p. 00 (pa) This volume presents a sketchbook of drawings created in 1877 by Etahdleuh Doanmoe illustrating the experiences of 72 Southern Plains Indians captured by the US Army in Oklahoma Territory in 1875. Doanmoe was one of those captured. The Indians, led by Lieutenant Richard Henry Pratt, were exiled to Fort Marion, Florida, and forced to adopt Western practices. The drawings show their capture, trek, and years at Fort Marion, with captions by Pratt. , and supplemented with essays on the history of the events, Etahdleuh Doanmoe, the book’s reconstruction, and analysis of the drawings in terms of the Kiowa artistic tradition and other Fort Marion sketchbooks and drawings.
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