1993. Winifred Creamer
From 1971 to 1974, the School of American Research conducted a major multidisciplinary program of excavation and research at Arroyo Hondo Pueblo, one of the largest fourteenth-century Rio Grande sites. At its peak, Arroyo Hondo contained about one thousand rooms. This seventh volume in the series is focused on the walls, roomblocks, and architecture of public spaces at the site.
1979. D. Bruce Dickson Jr.
This second volume in the Arroyo Hondo series provides the results of the archaeological survey of this large prehistoric pueblo located just southeast of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
1979. Douglas W. Schwartz, Michael P. Marshall, and Jane Kepp
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1983. N. Edmund Kelley
From 1971 to 1974, the School of American Research conducted a major multidisciplinary program of excavation and research at Arroyo Hondo Pueblo, one of the largest fourteenth-century Rio Grande sites. This first volume in the series covers the area’s topography, geology, soil, climate, hydrology, vegetation, and animal life.
1984. Richard W. Lang and Arthur H. Harris
This fifth volume presents the results of faunal analysis from the Arroyo Hondo excavations, covering the topics of prehistoric vegetation and climate; the importance of various animals in the diet; seasonal hunting patterns; methods of butchering, skinning, and cooking; the prehistoric hunting territory; the raising of domesticated dogs and turkeys; and trade in animals and animal products.
1986. Wilma Wetterstrom; additional reports by Vorsila L. Bohrer and Richard W. Lang
This sixth volume in the Arroyo Hondo series provides information on the food, diet, and population analysis of this large prehistoric pueblo located just southeast of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
1989. Douglas W. Schwartz
Written for a general audience, this book alternates between insightful accounts of Schwartz’s personal experiences in the canyon and explorations of the lives and cultures of its early and late inhabitants.
1983. Ann M. Palkovich
Excavation at Arroyo Hondo yielded 120 human skeletons, many accompanied by grave goods. Palkovich examines skeletal pathologies in relation to age distribution, offering insights into the demographic impact of malnutrition.
1983. Martin R. Rose, Jeffrey S. Dean, and William P. Robinson
This landmark study uses archaeological tree-ring chronologies in the first attempt to quantitatively reconstruct past climate variability.
1993. Judith A. Habicht-Mauche
In this eighth volume of the Arroyo Hondo Archaeological Series, Judith A. Habicht-Mauche builds on an exhaustive study of the mineralogical and chemical attributes of the ceramic assemblage to produce a penetrating evaluation of the stylistic diversity, origins, and changes through time of the pottery types found at Arroyo Hondo.
2005. Jason S. Shapiro
Following the premise that built space embodies social organization, Jason Shapiro takes a fresh look at architectural data from Arroyo Hondo Pueblo, a fourteenth-century site in the northern Rio Grande Valley of presentday New Mexico. Using the theoretical assumptions and mathematical techniques of space syntax analysis, he explores what changes in architecture reveal about people’s social lives.
1980. Douglas W. Schwartz, Richard C. Chapman, and Jane Kepp
This book is the first volume in SAR’s Archaeology of the Grand Canyon series. It provides information on the archaeological excavation conducted at the site during the late 1960s.
1979. Douglas W. Schwartz, Jane Kepp, and Richard C. Chapman
This book presents data from the School of American Research’s survey and excavation on the Walhalla Plateau, discussing the dynamics of settlement expansion and decline and the economic adaptation to this marginal, high-altitude environment.