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Integrating Archaeological Demography
Richard R. Paine
by Center for Archaeological Investigations
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||395|
This chapter probes the potential of archaeological data for a reconstruction of the demography of ancient Rome. Unfortunately demographic structure is hard to document archaeologically: to calculate ages of death from adult skeletons is a highly imprecise art. On the other hand, skeletons often tell us much about health and disease. Roman census data exist, but their interpretation is. Integrating abundance measures with demographic processes in a framework of modeling and data fitting provides a more robust basis for diagnosing trends, evaluating the effects of anthropogenic hazards, and defining recovery criteria (Brooks et al., ).
As a work dealing with key concepts, this book does not set out to be a manual of archaeological method, nor an introduction to the application of scientific techniques in archaeology. But the editors are clearly aware that theory and method cannot be separated: they feed upon each other (Renfrew and Bahn ). So we have tried also to. BOOKS. Hawkes, K.H., and (editors) The Evolution of Human Life History. School of American Research Press, Santa Fe, NM. Paine, R.R. (editor) Integrating Archaeological Demography: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Prehistoric Population. Occasional Papers No 24, Center for Archaeological Investigations, Southern Illinois.
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The book covers a Integrating Archaeological Demography book span of evidence, from the evolutionary background of human demography to the influence of natural and human-induced catastrophes on population growth and by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: The need for a multidisciplinary approach to prehistoric demography / Richard R. Paine --The question of time: the impact of chronology on Copán prehistoric settlement demography / AnnCorinne Freter --The comparative senescent biology of the hominoid pelvis and its.
Integrating archaeological demography: multidisciplinary approaches to prehistoric population (Center for Archaeological Investigation occasional paper ) xvi+ pages, 57 figures. Author: Winifred Creamer. Integrating Archaeological Demography: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Prehistoric Population.
Richard R. Paine. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University at. The book covers a wide span of evidence, from the evolutionary background of human demography to the influence of natural and human-induced catastrophes on population growth and survival.
This is essential reading for any archaeologist or anthropologist with an interest in relating the results of field and laboratory studies to broader.
This book covers the methodological, epistemological and practical issues of integrating qualitative and socio-anthropological factors into archaeological modeling. This text fills the gap between conceptual modeling (which usually relies on narratives describing the life of a past community) and formalized/computer-based modeling which are.
Integrating Archaeological Demography: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Prehistoric Population. Richard R. Paine (editor), (xvi + pages, 59 figures, 65 tables.
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Carbondale: Center for Archaeological Investigations, Southern Illinois University. This volume is a review of current theory and method in the reconstruction of populations from archaeological data.
It covers a wide span of evidence, from the evolutionary background of human demography to the influence of natural and human-induced. A Mass Grave of Mexican Soldiers from the Resaca de la Palma Battlefield (41CF3): Demography and Battle - Related Injuries [FROM: Bulletin of the Texas Archeological Society, Vol.
83,pp. by Wescott, Daniel J., Lori E. Baker, D. Clark Wernecke and Michael B. Collins. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Demography in Archaeology is a review of current theory and method in the reconstruction of populations from archaeological data.
Starting with a summary of demographic concepts and methods, the book examines historical and ethnographic sources of demographic evidence before addressing the methods by which reliable demographic estimates can be. Integrating Archaeological Demography: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Prehistoric Population.
Richard R. Paine. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, pp. Read more. Conservation is a core value for most archaeological societies.
It is highlighted in their codes of ethics, statements of mission, and governance. In recognition of this, the World Archaeological Congress, with the Getty Conservation Institute and a consortium of other conservation organizations, brought together scholars working throughout the globe to discuss vital issues that affect.
This PhD aims at integrating such data into a single framework in order to examine how well various population history hypotheses can explain observed patterns in various data.
and dairying in Europe. In both cases, the model simulates the allele frequency and the underlying population demography, conditioned on archaeological data for when.
This book shows how demography can build a strong theoretical edifice on its broad and deep empirical foundation by adoption of the model-based approach to science. But the full-fruits of this approach will require demographers to make greater use of computer modeling in the statement and manipulation of theoretical ideas, as well as for.
Having provided the general background, the book then goes on to discuss archaeological demography, mainly in terms of skeletal age and sex estimation. Again, general problems and approaches are outlined in enough detail to understand the literature.
Demographic change has recently re-emerged as a key explanation for socio-cultural changes documented in the prehistoric archaeological record.
While the majority of studies of Pleistocene demography have been conducted by geneticists, the archaeological records of the Palaeolithic should not be ignored as a source of data on past population trends.
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Of the Past, for the Future: Integrating Archaeology and Conservation, Proceedings of the Conservation Theme at the 5th World Archaeological Congress, Washington, D.C., 22–26 June - Ebook written by World Archaeological Congress Washi.
Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while. We live in an age characterized by increasing environmental, social, economic, and political uncertainty. Human societies face significant challenges, ranging from climate change to food security, biodiversity declines and extinction, and political instability.
In response, scientists, policy makers, and the general public are seeking new interdisciplinary or transdisciplinary approaches to.In Integrating Archaeological Demography: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Prehistoric Population, edited by R. Paine, Richard, pp. – Center for Archaeological Investigations Occasional Paper No.
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