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1968, Yale University publications in anthropology, Volume no. 72, xix, 240 p., 18 p. of plates
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1915, Publications of the Hispanic Soc. of America, Volume No. 91
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Historical Archaeology, ISSN 0440-9213, 1/2012, Volume 46, Issue 4, pp. 48 - 69
The Spanish settlement of Santa Maria de Galve (1698-1719), a presidio in northwest Florida, was in a precarious economic position from the moment of its... 
Contraband | Trade | Informal sector | Sharing economy | Warehouses | Archaeological paradigms | Historical archaeology | Barracks | Economic systems | International economics | Archaeology | Social Sciences | CONTRABAND | TRADE | DIVERSITY | MAJOLICA | JAMAICA | ARCHAEOLOGY | Economic aspects | Spanish colonies | Ceramics | History | Ceramic materials
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Historical Archaeology, ISSN 0440-9213, 1/2010, Volume 44, Issue 2, pp. 51 - 71
Historical documents record instances in the 16th and 17th centuries in which elites from Xaltocan, an indigenous town in the northern Basin of Mexico,... 
Excavations | Feasts | Majolica | Churches | Material culture | Aztec history | Aztec culture | City squares | Historical archaeology | Indigenous peoples | Archaeology | Social Sciences | HOUSEHOLD | CONQUEST | COLONIZATION | ARCHAEOLOGY | Discovery and exploration | Historic documents | History | Political aspects | Analysis
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1972, Kataloge des Kunstgewerbemuseums Berlin, Volume Bd. 6, 422
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Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, ISSN 1072-5369, 3/2017, Volume 24, Issue 1, pp. 117 - 148
In this paper, I explore the politics of memory during the Toledan reforms—a series of ambitious administrative changes legislated in colonial Peru between... 
Persistence | Archaeology | Andes | Social Sciences | Landscape | Empire | Memory | Anthropology | Spanish colonialism | Reduccion | MAJOLICA | ANTHROPOLOGY | ARCHAEOLOGY | Indigenous peoples | Colonialism
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Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, ISSN 2352-409X, 10/2018, Volume 21, pp. 1171 - 1180
Olive jars, also known as botijas, were used during the early modern period to ship products between Spain and its colonies. Studies of their provenance allow... 
Campeche | Botijas | Olive jars | New Spain | INAA | Transatlantic commerce | POTTERY | NEUTRON-ACTIVATION ANALYSIS | MAJOLICA | HIGHLAND ECUADOR | ARCHAEOLOGY | ARCHAEOMETRY | COLONIAL CERAMICS | Pottery, Ancient | Chemical properties
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Southeastern Archaeology, ISSN 0734-578X, 7/2006, Volume 25, Issue 1, pp. 65 - 77
In January 1567, a Spanish expedition under the command of Capt. Juan Pardo arrived at the native town of Joara, located deep in the interior along the upper... 
Excavations | Chiefdoms | Soldiers | Majolica | Forts | Timber | Material culture | Archaeological excavation | Wood buildings | Archaeological sites | Colonies & territories | Archaeology | Military bases | Expeditions | Colonial period-US
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1972, Kataloge des Kunstgewerbemuseums Berlin, ISBN 3786161461, Volume Bd. 6, 422
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Latin American Antiquity, ISSN 1045-6635, 3/2003, Volume 14, Issue 1, pp. 67 - 81
[English] For the last two decades, archaeologists have believed that a ceramic type known as Indígena Ware was an imitation of European majolica, produced by... 
Archaeology | Majolica | Decorative ceramics | Pottery | Lead | Reports | Chemical composition | Aztec culture | Sgrafitto | Historical archaeology | Redware | CERAMIC PRODUCTION | ARCHAEOLOGY | Origin | Design and construction | History
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International Journal of Historical Archaeology, ISSN 1092-7697, 12/2014, Volume 18, Issue 4, pp. 643 - 667
Spanish artifacts make up a tiny percentage of all artifacts found on the west shore of Progresso Lagoon, a Maya community in northern Belize occupied from the... 
Excavations | Majolica | Communities | Religious rituals | Churches | Lagoons | Material culture | Bead welding | Field archaeology | Historical archaeology | Consumption | Archaeology | Social Sciences, general | Spanish colonialism | Postclassic-colonial period Maya | Colonial frontiers | CONTACT | ARCHAEOLOGY | Social aspects | Mayas
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Historical Archaeology, ISSN 0440-9213, 1/2012, Volume 46, Issue 2, pp. 39 - 54
Archaeologists have long used ceramics, especially majolica, as a key indicator of status in the Spanish colonial Americas. In actuality, archaeological... 
Tableware | Archaeology | Earthenware | Majolica | Decorative ceramics | Pottery | Invoices | Historical archaeology | Archaeological sites | Shipments | Social Sciences | WARE | MAJOLICA | MATERIAL CULTURE | MEXICO | ARCHAEOLOGY | Ceramics | History | Social aspects | Ceramic materials
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