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Introduction James A Brown
Social Dimensions of Mortuary Practices in a Mesolithic Population from Wadi Haifa Sudan
Moundville and Surrounding Sites Some Structural Considerations of Mortuary Practices II
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adult age groups Alabama Anthropology archaeological artifacts associated assumption attributes behavior Bessemer sub-set Binford burial forms burial mound burial orientations burial program burial types buried celts cemeteries ceremonial cherub cherub design complexity context cremations cultural system dead death death's head deceased degree differential dimensions Direct evolution disarticulated burials distribution ecotone Essex County ethnohistorical Ethnology Etowah evidence excavations female formal analysis gorgets grave high status historical humerus Indian Knoll individuals interment interpretation Jarnette Koger's Island Kroeber male Massachusetts material Mesolithic mortuary customs mortuary house mortuary practices mortuary rites mortuary ritual mortuary treatment Moundville phase Moundville sub-set observed paper paradigm partly disarticulated patrilocality pattern platform mounds population present proposition rank relationship represented sample shell skeletal Snow's Bend social persona society socio-cultural systems southeastern Southeastern Ceremonial complex specialized burials stone structure supra-local symbols Swanton Table temple Tennessee River tomb University variability village Wadi Haifa