Nicoya

  • Frederick Lange

Abstract

relative time period: Follows the Late Northwest South American Littoral tradition, precedes the historic period.

Keywords

Clay Beach Leaching Cane Excavation 

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  1. Arroyo, Barbara (1998). “Early Ceramics from El Salvador: The El Carmen Site.” In The Emergence of Pottery, ed. W. K. Barnett and J. W. Hoopes. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press,199–208.Google Scholar
  2. Braswell, Geoffrey, Silvia Salgado, and Michael Glascock (1995). “La Obsidiana Guatemalteca en Centroamerica.” In VIII Simposio de Investigaciones Arqueologicas en Guatemala, vol. I, ed. J. P. Laporte and H. L. Escobedo. Guatamala City: Institut de Anthropologie e Hitoria, 121–131.Google Scholar
  3. Blake, Michael, John E. Clark, Barbara Voorhies, George Michaels, Michael W. Love, Mary E. Pye, Arthur A. Demarest, and Barbara Arroyo (1995). “Radiocarbon Chronology for the Late Archaic and Formative Periods on the Pacific Coast of Southeastern Mesoamerica.” Ancient Mesoamerica 6: 161–183.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  4. Henderson J. S., and M. Beaudry-Corbett (1993). Pottery of Prehistoric Honduras: Regional Classification and Analysis. Los Angeles: University of California at Los Angeles, Institute of Archaeology.Google Scholar
  5. Lange, F. W., (1995). Descubriendo Las Huellas de Nuestros Antepasados: El Proyecto “Arqueologia de la Zona Metropolitana de Managua.” Managua: Alcaldia de Managua.Google Scholar
  6. Lange, F. W., (1996). Abundante Cooperacion Vecinal: El Proyect “Arqueologia de la Zona Metropolitana de Managua.” Managua: Alcaldia de Managua.Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Frederick Lange
    • 1
  1. 1.Universidad Tecnologica de El SalvadorSan SalvadorRepublic of El Salvador

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