Adena [electronic resource] : NP50.
- New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files, 2009-
- EHRAF archaeology. North America.
EHRAF archaeology. North America
- Indians of North America -- Antiquities.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Ohio.
Ohio -- Antiquities.
Adena culture -- Ohio.
Prehistoric peoples -- Ohio -- Antiquities.
- System Details:
- Mode of access: World Wide Web.
- This collection consists of ten documents, all in English, which discuss Adena from 2675 B.P. - 1750 B.P. (675 B.C. - 250 A.D.). The best overview is provided by Hays, who used existing collections to compare the Adena mortuary programs in two different areas of Ohio, and also examined two open air or village sites. Webb and Baby looked at a large number of mound sites, as did Webb and Snow. Both of these documents list the known Adena mound sites up to 1950 and supply trait lists. Carskadden discusses settlement patterns based on survey data from the drainage basins and the hinterlands. Dragoo describes and analyzes the material he excavated from the Cresap Mound. Webb and Snow and Snow and Baby both did physical anthropological studies which discuss how the Adena people would have looked based primarily on the cranial material. Clay looks at the possible rituals that may have occurred with Adena mounds and how they changed over time. Griffin describes ceramics from the Adena mounds and compares them to other early ceramics in the eastern United States. Goslin discusses the plant and animal remains found in mound sites.
- Living on the edge, a comparison of Adena and Hopewell communities in the central Muskingum Valley of eastern Ohio / Jeff Carskadden and James Morton
The essential features of Adena ritual and their implications / R. Berle Clay
Adena ritual spaces / R. Berle Clay
Mounds for the dead, an analysis of the Adena culture / Don W. Dragoo
Food of the Adena people / Robert M. Goslin
The ceramic affiliations of the Ohio Valley Adena culture / James B. Griffin
Tradition summary, Adena / Christopher Hays and Sarah Berry
Adena mortuary patterns and ritual cycles in the upper Scioto River Valley, Ohio / Christopher T. Hays
Adena portraiture / Charles E. Snow
The Adena people / William S. Webb and Charles E. Snow with a chapter and foreword to the new ed. by James B. Griffin
The Adena people, no. 2 / William S. Webb and Raymond S. Baby with chapters by Charles E. Snow and Robert Goslin.
- Title from Web page (viewed Apr. 27, 2011).
This portion of eHRAF archaeology was released in 2009.
Includes bibliographical references.
- Morton, James.
Baby, Raymond S.
Human Relations Area Files, inc.
- Carskadden, Jeff. Living on the edge.
Clay, R. Berle. Essential features of Adena ritual and their implications.
Clay, R. Berle. Adena ritual spaces.
Dragoo, Don W. Mounds for the dead.
Goslin, Robert M. Food of the Adena people.
Griffin, James B. (James Bennett), 1905-1997. Ceramic affiliations of the Ohio Valley Adena culture.
Hays, Christopher T. (Christopher Tinsley), 1957- Tradition summary, Adena.
Hays, Christopher T. (Christopher Tinsley), 1957- Adena mortuary patterns and ritual cycles in the upper Scioto River Valley, Ohio.
Snow, Charles E. (Charles Ernest), 1910-1967. Adena portraiture.
Webb, William S. (William Snyder), 1882-1964. Adena people.
Webb, William S. (William Snyder), 1882-1964. Adena people. No. 2.
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