|Statement||Donna C. Roper.|
|Series||Midcontinental journal of archaeology, MCJA : Special paper ; no. 2, Scientific papers - Illinois State Museum ;, v. 16, MCJA special paper ;, 2., Scientific papers (Illinois State Museum) ;, v. 16.|
|LC Classifications||E78.I3 R66 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||156 p. :|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||79004539|
Title Archaeological survey and settlement pattern models in central Illinois / by Donna C. Roper. Archaeological Survey and Settlement Pattern Models in Central Illinois Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology Special paper ; No. 2. Kent, Ohio: Kent University (). Item # 8vo. stiff decorative wraps, softcover; pages, black & white illustrations;very good, clean, tight copy. Price: $Author: Donna Roper. This chapter discusses the Mississippian settlement patterns in the Central Illinois River Valley. The Central Illinois River Valley has a long and varied history of archaeological research. Few areas in North America have received such long-term and often concentrated archaeological attention. Archaeological Survey and Settlement Pattern Models in Central Illinois. Scientific Papers, Vol. XVI, Illinois State Museum. Special Paper Number 2, Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology. Lower Illinois Valley. Stafford, Barbara D.
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This is a critical review of regional settlement pattern archaeology published in the last decade. The regional approach proves to be highly productive of new ideas and lasting results. Cultural resource/heritage databases are increasingly important. Notable advances have been made in regional studies of Paleolithic and Holocene foragers, the reciprocal relations between Neolithic communities. This paper builds spatial models of Bronze Age settlement using published survey datasets from the Mirabello region in east Crete. Methodologically, we examine how point process modelling can account for uncertainties in legacy survey datasets, and thereafter can highlight patterns of both cultural change and continuity in Mirabello settlement. The Illinois Archaeological Survey is a society of professional archaeologists, and other technical professionals, dedicated to identifying and preserving important archaeological resources throughout the state of Illinois. Become a member. The IAS is . Contact Jeff Kruchten, SHPO Chief Archaeologist, at () or [email protected] for permit applications, access to the Illinois Inventory of Archaeological Sites, or general archaeology queries. Current guidelines for conducting archaeological research in Illinois can be found here.