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David V. Hill — Petrography and Archaeology

12December2008

7th Century Majolica Sherds

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7th century majolica sherds

These are sherds of late seventh or early eighth century C.E. majolica and were made in what is now Basra, Iraq. There sherds were made using the same technology and materials as the eighteenth century majolica sherds excavated from San Elizario, Texas. See my 2006 publication: The Materials and Technology of Glazed Ceramics from the Deh Luran Plain, Southwestern Iran: A Study in Innovation, BAR International Series 1511.

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8July2007

Quartz in Chinese Neolithic Sherd

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Quartz in Chinese Neolithic Sherd

Quartz in Chinese Neolithic Sherd

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8July2007

Mica schist in Ute sherd

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schist in sherd Mica schist in Ute sherd from 5MT2223

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18June2007

Socorro Mission Vessel

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Socorro Mission Vessel

The red-painted brown vessel is from the Socorro Misson, Socorro, Texas and dates from the late 18th century. This illustrations on the vessel are examples of Native-Christian art.

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18June2007

Corn Plant Petroglyph

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 Corn Plant Petroglyph

This corn plant image is from the Three Rivers petroglyph site in southern NM.

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18June2007

Jemez fieldhouse

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Jemez fieldhouse

An Ancestral Jemez fieldhouse located on the edge of Paliza Mesa, New Mexico.

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18June2007

San Elizario Church

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San Elizario Church

The church in San Elizario, Texas constructed about 1840.

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18June2007

Majolica Sherds

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Majolica Sherds

Sherds of 18th century Mexican majolica from excavations in the El Paso area.

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18June2007

Dingdezhen potter

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Dingdezhen potter

A potter in the town of Dingdezhen, Jiangxi Province, China dipping previously painted porcelain bowls in a vat of slip clay prior to firing.

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18June2007

Petrography Projects 1984-1989

Posted by d_hill under: Papers and Projects.

1989

Petrographic Analysis of Mimbres Phase Ceramics from the San Andres Mountains. Manuscript on file, Human Systems Research, Inc. Las Cruces, New Mexico.

Petrographic Analysis of Puebloan Sites along the Lower Chaco River. In Archaic, Puebloan, and Navajo Land Use and Occupation along the Middle Chaco River, by Cherie L.Scheick pp. 219-234. Southwest Archaeological Consultants, Inc. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Petrographic Analysis of a Pottery Sherd from the Pecos Wilderness Area, Santa Fe National Forest. Manuscript on file, U.S.D.A. Forest Service Santa Fe National Forest, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Petrographic Analysis of Cerro Pedernal Chert. Manuscript on file, U.S.D.A. Forest Service Santa Fe National Forest, Coyote Ranger District, Coyote, New Mexico.

Petrographic Analysis of Selected Ceramics from 42WS2217, Zion National Park. In Aboriginal Hunter-Gatherer Adaptations in Zion National Park, by Galen Burgett. Midwest Archaeological Center, Lincoln, Nebraska.

1988

Being Brown: Technological Analysis of Ceramic Materials from the Oven Site (LA 4169). Manuscript on file, Complete Archaeological Service Associates, Inc., Cortez, Colorado.

Petrographic Analysis of Loop 375 Ceramics (Phase II). In Loop 375 Archaeological Project Fort Bliss Maneuver Area I, El Paso, Texas: An Interim Report for Phase II Testing and Phase III Recommendations for Data Recovery, by Tom C. O’Laughlin, Vernon L. Scarborough, Tim B. Graves, and Deborah Martin. Appendix H. Department of Sociology and Anthropology, The University of Texas at El Paso. El Paso, Texas.

Petrographic Analysis of Dinetah Gray Ceramics from LA 49498. In Archaeological Investigations of Kin ‘Atsa’ (LA 49498) A Late Archaic-Basketmaker Transition, Basketmaker II, and Dinetah Phase Navajo Habitation Site in San Juan County, New Mexico, by Alan D. Reed and Jonathon C. Horn. Appendix D. Nickens and Associates, Inc., Montrose, Colorado.

1987

Petrographic Analysis of Selected Ceramics from 5GF308 (Squaw’s Camp). Manuscript on file, Bureau of Land Management, Glenwood Springs, Colorado.

Petrographic Analysis of Selected Ceramics from the San Juan National Forest. Manuscript on file, U.S.D.A. Forest Service San Juan National Forest, Durango, Colorado.

1986

Petrographic Analysis. In The AMOCO Pipeline Project, by Robert W. Biggs. Manuscript on file, Archaeological Consultants, Inc. Durango, Colorado.

1985

Petrographic Analysis. In Class III Cultural Resources Survey for the Rifle-San Juan 345-KV Transmission Line, Southern Ute Reservation, edited by Jamie A. Karlson and Robert W. Biggs. Archaeological Consultants, Inc. Durango, Colorado.

1984

Petrographic Analysis. In Arrowhead Island: A Middle Woodland Village in East-Central Kansas, by Randell M. Thies. Kansas State Historical Society Contract Archeology Publication No.3. Topeka, Kansas.

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