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Easter Island settlement patterns in the late prehistoric and protohistoric periods.

Patrick C. McCoy

Easter Island settlement patterns in the late prehistoric and protohistoric periods.

by Patrick C. McCoy

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Easter Island -- Antiquities.

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    Paginationxiii, 225 l.
    Number of Pages225
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16732170M

    The Mystery of Easter Island By the time Dutch explorers—the first Europeans to reach the remote island—arrived on Easter day in , the land was nearly barren. In his book Collapse. Moai statues, Easter Island From Genocide to Ecocide, The Rape of Rapa Nui Benny Peiser, Liverpool John Moores University, Faculty of Science. The 'decline and fall' of Easter Island and its alleged self-destruction has become the poster child of a new environmentalist historiography, a school of thought that goes hand-in-hand with predictions of environmental disaster.

    Willey, Gordon R. "Prehistoric settlement patterns in the Virú; Valley, Peru."Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin. – SETTLEMENT PATTERNS ON THE RED RIVER PLAIN FROM THE LATE PREHISTORIC PERIOD TO THE 10TH CENTURY AD Nishimura Masanari Institute of Archaeology, 61 Phan Chu Trinh, Hanoi, Vietnam ABSTRACT The Red River Plain of northern Vietnam is one of the most densely populated and intensively cultivated regions in Mainland Southeast Asia.

    Rapanui. Tradition and Survival on Easter Island. 2nd ed. Allen and Unwin, St Leonards. McCoy, P.C. Easter Island Settlement Patterns in the Late Prehistoric and Protohistoric Periods. Bulletin 5, Easter Island Committee, International Fund for Monuments Inc., New York. RADIOCARBON DATES FOR THE LATE PREHISTORIC EXPANSION AND PROTO-HISTORIC PERIODS IN THE ‘OPUNOHU VALLEY, MO‘OREA Jennifer G Kahn School of Social Science, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland , Australia. Email: @ ABSTRACT.


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Easter Island settlement patterns in the late prehistoric and protohistoric periods by Patrick C. McCoy Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Easter Island Settlement Patterns in the Late Prehistoric and Protohistoric Periods. New York: Easter Island Committee, International Fund for Monuments, Inc., Bulletin 5. New York: Easter Island Committee, International Fund for Monuments, Inc., Bulletin 5.

about the settlement patterns and ways of life of the Rapanui who lived in the southwest sector of the island between the mids to the mids.

We are offering Easter Island Settlement Patterns in the Late Prehistoric and Protohistoric Periods to our readers at a special price of $ Easter Island settlement patterns in the late prehistoric and protohistoric periods (Bulletin / Easter Island Committee, by Patrick Carlton McCoy: Easter Island Studies: Contributions to the History of Rapanui in Memory of William T.

Mulloy (Oxbow Monographs in Archa by Steven Roger Fischer: Easter Island, Earth Island by Paul G. Bahn: Easter. Easter Island Settlement Patterns in the Late Prehistoric and Protohistoric Periods. Bulletin 5, Easter Island Committee, International Fund for Monuments, New York.

MÉTRAUX, Alfred, Ethnology of Easter Island. Bernice P. Bishop Museum BulletinHonolulu. MULLOY, William,   Easter Island History – From Settlement to Collapse. by Jim H Janu written by Jim H Janu The people of the island, also Rapa Nui, maintained a caste system and geographic clans, which the great chief or “ariki mao” led.

He was a noble leader that the islanders considered to be of divine descent. McCoy PC () Easter Island settlement patterns in the late prehistoric and protohistoric periods. Bulletin 5.

Easter Island Committee. International Fund for Monuments, Inc, New York. Google ScholarCited by: Patrick C. McCoy Bernice P. Bishop Museum The limited aim of this paper is to note for the first time the presence of obsidian blades and blade cores on Easter Island, and to present more information on previously known non-blades core.

Easter Island Movie: Road Moai/ Ahu Moai. -Moai- represent spirit of the ancestors, cut volcanic huff, cut around face and body. -Roads used to move Moai, could have to do with slopes of roads. -"neke neke" walking with no legs.

-Road moai- eyes not finished, statues leaned forward, bigger/wide size. Penhryn may have been an important source of intermittent settlement of Maiden Island in the Line Islands. The contrast in settlement types and distributions on Rarotonga and Tongareva is particularly interesting, especially when as many as 29 marae were identified on.

Settlement patterns and subsistence on the northwest coast of Rapa Nui, in Stevenson, C.M., Lee, G. & Morin, F.J. (ed.) Easter Island in Pacific context, south seas symposium. Proceedings of the fourth international conference on Easter Island and east Polynesia: – Los Osos (CA): Easter Island Foundation, Bearsville & Cloud Mountain Cited by: The chapters contained herein represent only one aspect of the Ak-Chin Archaeological Project, which involved data recovery at 31 prehistoric, protohistoric, and historic sites.

Four other volumes in the series provide the research design, reports on the sites studied, interpretations of the material culture and human remains from the sites. McCoy, P. C., Easter Island settlement patterns in the late prehistoric and protohistoric periods, International Fund for Mulloy, op.

cit. (ref. 37); Liller, Duarte, op. cit. (ref. 45). The writer has visited Easter Island eight times sinceand with camera, alidade, and a theodolite kindly loaned to him by the Dirección. On Norfolk by BROOKES, Pat The Warner Bros.

Story by Hirschhorn, Clive But what did we get for Grandpa. by LING, David EASTER ISLAND SETTLEMENT PATTERNS IN THE LATE PREHISTORIC & PROTOHISTORIC PERIODS. Bulletin 5 of the Easter Island Committee by McCOY, Patrick Carlton.

Easter Island (Rapa Nui) has been the focus of years of archaeological investigation, most of which was accomplished with the involvement of islanders. Inthe first archaeological inventory of coastal ceremonial sites was guided by Rapa Nui, assisted by foreigners living on the island at time, and accomplished by Paymaster W.J.

Thomson, officers and crew of USS Mohican. The prehistoric settlement pattern in the vicinity of Orito is now fragmentary as a result of modern farming and the construction of roads and an airport. However, the remnant.

These are some of the key questions Jared Diamond endeavours to answer in his new book Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Survive. Easter Island Settlement Patterns in the Late Prehistoric and Protohistoric Periods. Easter Island Cited by: McArthur, N.

Island Populations of the Pacific. Canberra: Australian National University Press. McCoy, P.C. Easter Island Settlement Patterns in the Late Prehistoric and Protohistoric Periods.

Bulletin 5, Easter Island Committee, International Fund for Monuments, New York. McCuddin, C.R. Samoan Medicinal Plants and Their Usage.

Rapa Nui (Easter Island) is the most remote inhabited spot in the world. It is famous for its gigantic stone statues, which have been the focus of much archaeological study.

The new Rapa Nui Landscapes of Construction Project, described in this article, adopts a more holistic approach. Easter Island Settlement Patterns in the Late Prehistoric and Protohistoric Periods Reger, Douglas R.,MA, non-thesis, Chair: Ackerman, Robert E. An Eskimo Site Near Kenai, Alaska.

Moreover, Rapa Nui lacks the kind of dense, nucleated settlement pattern often cited for elsewhere in Polynesia and expected inhabitants on a km 2 island (Kirch,; Morrison and O'Connor, ).Cited by: 3.Island-wide shifts in settlement have also been noted as evidence for a pre-European contact societal collapse.

Stevenson,Vargas Casanova, and others have proposed the abandonment of inland areas late in the pre-European contact (pre-AD ) sequence as evidence for collapse. According to these researchers, inland areas containing intensified agricultural field systems were Cited by: