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1 Baumgartel, Elise J. The Cultures of Prehistoric Egypt II
Oxford Griffith Instritute 1960 Near Fine 
264 pp with 13 B&W plates. Text is clean, tight and unmarked. Beige paper covers are clean, bright, undamaged with slight darkening to the board edges.. Now in protective mylar. 
Price: 55.00 USD
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2 Beck, Horace Classification and Nomenclature of Beads and Pendants
George Shumway Pub 1973 0873870611 / 9780873870610 First Very Good 
76 pp with line drawings throughout text. Endpapers serve as numbered plates. Previous owner's name on flyleaf. Text is clean, tight and unmarked. Yellow stiff-paper covers areclean and undamaged. A reprint of an article published in the journal, Archaeologia, in 1928. 
Price: 36.00 USD
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3 Brain, Jeffrey P. Glass Beads from the Tunica Treasure Lower Mississippi Survey Bulletin No. 7
Peabody Museum Harvard University 1981 Near Fine 
8"x !!" 15 pp with 4 35mm slides attached to inside back cover. Reprinted from Tunica Treasure (Brain 1979 pp. 96-113) text is clean, tight and unmarked. Covers are clean and intact with a small liquid spot on back cover. 
Price: 32.00 USD
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4 Brew, J. O. (Ed.) One Hundred Years of Anthropology
Harvard University Press 1980 0674639006 / 9780674639003 First Good No DJ 
5.75" x 8.5" 276 pps. includes 6 b/w illustrations. Text clean,tight, bright and unmarked - Near Fine. Black cloth boards with gold ink in spine shows some wear; light moisture damage at bottom and some discoloration inside back and front covers. First printed in 1968. 
Price: 11.00 USD
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5 Cheng Te-k'un Archeological Studies in Szechwan
U.K. Cambridge University Press 1967 First Very Good Good Jacket 
Quarto. 321 pp with 118 B&W plates and 5 maps after text. Text is clean, tight and unmarked. Orange cloth boards show light rubbing at extremities with no loss of material. DJ is clean and intact with some edgewear. 
Price: 26.00 USD
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6 Contenau, Dr. Georges La Medecine En Assyrie et en Babylonie
Paris Librairie Maloine 1938 Very Good 
7" x 9" 230 pp with 60 B&W illustrations and one map. From the series, " La Medicine a Travers Le Temps st L'Espace. Text in French. Text is clean, tight and unmarked. Cream paper folded dust jacket is slightly darkened alone spine. 
Price: 55.00 USD
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7 Coon, Carleton S. The Origin of the Races
Alfred A. Knopf 1968 Sixth Printing Very Good Fair Jacket 
8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. xli, 724,xix ppwith 32 B&W plates and 84 B&W drawings. a seminal work in anthropolgy Text is clean, tight and unmarked. Previous owner's name stamp on flyleaf. Quarter-bound boards with blue spine and black blins-stamped cloth boards are near fine. DJ is clean and intact with edgewear and a small chip missing top edge. Now in protective mylar. 
Price: 95.00 USD
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8 Deuel, Leo TESTAMENTS OF TIME The Search for Lost Manuscripts and Records
Alfred A. Knopf 1965 First Near Fine Very Good Jacket 
6.75" X 9.75" 33, 590, 21 pps. plus 16 b/w plates. Small line illustratins throughout. Text clean, tight, bright and unmarked. Red cloth-covered boards with gold stamping Near Fine. Dark brown DJ with gold and red type clean and tight; slightly sunned with wear at top edge and corners In protective mylar. 
Price: 14.00 USD
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9 Dutton, Bertha P. Sun Father's Way The Kiva Murals of Kuaua, A Pueblo Ruin , Coronado State Monument NM
Albuquerque The University of New Mexico Press 1963 First Good No Jacket 
10, 238 pps. plus 3 full-color plates and many b/w numbered plates. Text clean, tight, bright and unmarked except for a black marker line on top page edges.. Golden cloth-bound boards with black and red line llustration and printing show light staining on left side and fading on spine. 
Price: 42.00 USD
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10 Dutton, Bertha P. Sun Father's Way The Kiva Murals of Kuaua, A Pueblo Ruin , Coronado State Monument NM
Albuquerque The University of New Mexico Press 1963 First Good No Jacket 
10, 238 pps. plus 3 full-color plates and many b/w numbered plates. Text clean, tight, bright and unmarked except for a lSharpie mark across top page edges.. Golden cloth-bound boards with black and red line llustration and printing show light staining on left side and fading on spine. 
Price: 42.00 USD
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11 Edwards, Robert and Bruce Guerin Aboriginal Bark Paintings
Australia Rigby 1970 First Very Good Near Fine Jacket By Author 
7 3/4" X 10 3/8" Unpaginated. Full-color photographs throughout. Front endpaper has a map of upper Austrailia printed in burgundy. A graphic printed in burgundy is on the final endpaper which has a small, closed tear.. Text with photographs clean, tight, bright and unmarked. Cloth-covered boards printed with full color photographs and b/w type excellent with minimal wear on corners. Matching DJ has minimal wear; Near Fine. In protective mylar. 
Price: 13.00 USD
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12 Freedman, David Noel & Jonas C. Greenfield New Directions in Biblical Archaeology
Doubleday 1969 First Very Good Very Good Jacket Signed
8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 7191 pp. Dedication by editor, Jonas C. Freedman to Dr. Sanford Elberg, Dean of Graduate Syudies in Bacteriology at UC Berkeley (1913-2011) with thanks for his help on this book on first free page. Text is clean, tight and unmarked. Slight glue-staining to endpapers. DJ is bright and undamaged. Now in protective mylar. 
Price: 18.00 USD
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13 Good, Mary Elizabeth Guebert Site: An 18th Century Historic Kaskaskia Indian Village in Randolf County, Illinois
Central States Archaeological Societies, Inc 1972 Very Good 
The Central States Archaeological Societies Memoir II.. 194 pp with 41 B&W and 8 color plates, and 11 maps . Text is clean, tight and unmarked. Blue paper covers would be fine but have some sun-fading along spine. 
Price: 44.00 USD
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14 Guterbrock, Hans C. & Harry A. Hoffner (eds) The Hittite Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago Vol. I.
1980 Near Fine The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago 
96 pp. Text is clean, tight and unmarked. Red paper covers are clean and intact with previous owner's name on front cover. 
Price: 24.00 USD
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15 Hodges, Henry Technology in the Ancient World
Alfred A. Knopf 1970 First Stitched Hardcover Near Fine Near Fine Jacket Newcomer, Judith 
6.25" x 9.50" 16, 287, 10 pps. with yellow gilding on top edge.B/W line illustrations, diagrams and photographs throughout. Text is clean, tight, bright and unmarked. Bright yellow cloth-bound boards with metallic blue stamping are clean and without wear. Black DJ with yellow title, blue subheadings and small photographs is tight, bright with minimal wear. In protective mylar. 
Price: 11.00 USD
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16 Irwin, Henry T. and H. M. Wormignton Paleo-Indian Tool Types in the Great Plains
1970 First Very Good 
7.25" x 10" 34 semi-gloss pps. with 3 b/w illustrations, 1 diagram and 3 charts. Text clean, tight,and unmarked. Beige paper cover with brown type shows little wear. Minor light staining near one edge of spine. Information concerning tool types and other artifacts of seven major early complexes is presented. Thirty-four principal types are defined. These are then used to contrast and compare the assemblages and to show major changes in the period of approximately 9000 through 6000 B.C. Quantitative data are presented by means of percentages of major groups and cumulative graphs of all of the types. This is a reprint from American Antiquity, Volume 35, No. 1, January 1970, from a Wyoming State University and Arizona State University reports. 
Price: 36.00 USD
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17 Keates, Susan G. Early and Middle Pleistocene Hominid Behaviour in Northern China (British Archaeological Reports (BAR) International)
Great Britain British Archaeological Reports 2000 1841711411 / 9781841711416 Good No Jacket 
Quarto. Ex-Library. 387 ppwith 179 B&W figures after text. Text is clean, tight and unmarked. Ex-Library Harvard University. Blue library binding is clean and undamaged with a call number crossed out on the spine. 
Price: 145.00 USD
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18 Kramer. Samuel Noah History Begins at Sumer
Doubleday/anchor Books 1959 First Very Good Gorey, Edward 
4.25" x 7" 25, 247 pps. plus 17 plates with b/w photgraphs and 4 line drawings. Text clean, tight, bright, and unmarked. Light brown cover - designed and illustrated by the youthful Edward Gorey - shows some wear and surface loss around the perimeter but the illustration is tight and bright. Back cover VG. The author, "America's foremost Sumerologist," describes 27 "firsts" in human history. 
Price: 14.00 USD
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19 Mackendrick, Paul The Mute Stones Speak Tthe Story of Archaeology in Italy
Norton & Company 1983 03983016781 Second Edition Near Fine Near Fine Jacket 
5.5" x 8" 19, 491 pps. B/W diagrams and photographs throughout. Text is clean, tight, bright and unmarked. Red cloth-covered boards with silver printing on spine are clean, bright and without damage. DJ with b/w full-page photograph on front and red title is tight and brght with no signs of wear. In protective mylar. An updated edition of MacKendrick's 1960 study of prehistoric Italy. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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20 Mason, Ronald J. And Carol Irwin An Eden-Scottsbluff Burial in Northeastern Wisconsin
Cambridge University Press 1960 First Very Good 
7.25" x 10" 57 semi-gloss pages with 3 b/w illustrations and one map. Text clean, tight, bright and unmarked. Beige paper cover with brown type shows little wear. A reprint form American Antiquity, Vol. 26, No. 1, July, 1960 from a Neville Public Museum (Wisconsin) report. "n 1959 the Neville Public Museum, Green Bay, Wisconsin, discovered and excavated a cremation burial site near the base of the Door Peninsula in northeastern Wisconsin. Associated with the cremated remains of a human being were fire-cracked rocks, the fire-shattered fragments of large quartzite bifacial implements, and projectile points of Eden and Scottsbluff types. A possible Turin type of side-notched flint projectile point was also in association. The site is on the crest of a fossil beach equatable with the Main Algonquin lake stage of the Green Bay-Lake Michigan basins, thus establishing a maximum possible age for the cultural features. That the artifacts and burial are post-Lake Algonquin by not more than about 2500 years is indicated by typological comparisons of the artifacts with radiocarbon-dated assemblages in the High Plains, usually regarded as the center of the Eden-Scottsbluff complex. An age of 6500 to 4000 B.C. is suggested for the burial. 
Price: 36.00 USD
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