ARCHAEOLOGY ARCHIVE

Adams RL. 2004. An Ethnoarchaeological Study of Feasting in Sulawesi, Indonesia. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 23(1):56-78. [archaeology; feasts; food consumption; Southeast Asia; Kanan]

Arnold PP. 1999. Eating Landscape: Aztec and European Occupation of Tlalocan. University of Colorado Press. [archaeology; ritual; Central America]

Bakels C, Jacomet S. 2003. Access to Luxury Foods in Central Europe During the Roman Period: The Archaeobotanical Evidence. World Archaeology 34(3):542-557. [history; archaeology; food use; Europe]

Bellwood P. 2004. First Farmers: The Origins of Agricultural Societies. Blackwell. [prehistory; food production]

Bottero J. 1985. Cuisine of Ancient Mesopotamia. Biblical Archaeologist 1985(48):36-47. [prehistory; history]

Bottero J. 2004. The Oldest Cuisine in the World: Cooking in Mesopotamia. University of Chicago Press. [history; archaeology]

Bower B. 1998. Banquets in the Ruins. Science News 153:131-133. [feasts; prehistory; archaeology]

Brothwell D, Brothwell P. 1969. Food in Antiquity. [prehistory; archaeology]

Buikstra J, Mielke JH. 1985. Demography, Diet, and Health. In The Analysis of Prehistoric Diets. RI Gilbert, Jr., JH Mielke, eds. pp. 360-422. [prehistory; diet and health]

Buikstra JE, Bullington J, Charles DK. 1987. Diet, Demography and the Development of Horticulture. In Emergent Horticultural Economies of the Eastern Woodlands. W Keegan, ed. pp. 76-85. Center for Archaeological Investigations, Southern Illinois University. [prehistory; North America]

Cachel S. 1997. Dietary Shifts and the Upper Paleolithic Transition. Current Anthropology 38(4):579-604. [prehistory; food consumption; Europe; North America]

Callen E, Cameron TWM. 1960. A Prehistoric Diet Revealed in Coprolites. The New Scientist 8:35-40. [prehistory; dietary reconstruction; coprolites]

Coe SD. 1994. America's First Cuisines. University of Texas Press. [prehistory; history; eating habits; food systems; Central America; Mexico; South America; Aztec; Maya; Inca]

Cohen MN. 1977. The Food Crisis in Prehistory: Overpopulation and the Origins of Agriculture. Yale University Press. [prehistory; origins of agriculture; population; starvation; famine]

Cohen MN. 1987. The Significance of Long-Term Changes in Human Diet and Food Economy. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. pp. 261-284. Temple University Press. [prehistory; diet change; food system; health]

Cohen MN. 1989. Health and the Rise of Human Civilization. Yale University Press. [prehistory; diet; nutrition; malnutrition; agricultural revolution]

Cook D. 1979. Subsistence Base and Health in the Lower Illinois Valley: Evidence from the Human Skeleton. Medical Anthropology 4:109-124. [prehistory; physical anthropology; origins of agriculture; North America]

Cook D. 1984. Subsistence and Health in the Lower Illinois Valley: Osteological Evidence. In Paleopathology at the Origins of Agriculture. MN Cohen, GJ Armelagos, eds. Academic Press. [prehistory; physical anthropology; origins of agriculture; North America]

Croes DR, Hawkins RA, Isaac BL, eds. 1992. Long-Term Subsistence Change in Prehistoric North America. JAI Press. [collected papers; prehistory; paleo-Indians; subsistence; economy; North America]

Damerow P. 1996. Food Production and Social Status as Documented in Proto-Cuneiform Texts. In Food and the Status Quest. P Wiessner, W Schiefenhovel, eds. pp. 149-169. Berghahn. [prehistory; social relations; rations and rank; Near East; Uruk]

Danforth ME. 1999. Nutrition and Politics in Prehistory. Annual Review of Anthropology 28:25-Jan-. [paleonutrition; paleopathology; prehistory; North America]

Diamond J. 1987. The Worst Mistake in the History of the Human Race. Discover May. [prehistory; origin of agriculture; diet and disease]

Dietler M. 1996. Feasts and Commensal Politics in the Political Economy. In Food and the Status Quest. P Wiessner, W Schiefenhovel, eds. pp. 87-125. Berghahn. [prehistory; feasting; social relations; Western Europe]

Dietler M, Hayden B, eds. 2001. Feasts: Archaeological and Ethnographic Perspectives on Food, Politics, and Power. Smithsonian Institution Press. [collected essays; food and ritual; festival; prehistory; social relations]

Eubanks MW. 1999. Corn in Clay: Maize Paleoethnobotany in Pre-Columbian Art. University Press of Florida. [archaeology; art; pottery; native American]

Fagan B. 1998. Floods, Famines, and Emporers: El Nino and the Fate of Civilizations. Basic Books. [nutritional disasters; prehistory and history of civilization]

Flannery K. 1965. The Ecology of Early Food Production in Mesopotamia. Science 147:1247-1255. [prehistory; ecology; food production; Near East; Mesopotamia]

Flannery K. 1971. Origins and Ecological Effects of Early Domestication in Iran and the near East. In Prehistoric Agriculture. S Struever, ed. pp. 50-79. Natural History Press. [prehistory; domestication; food production; ecology; Fertile Crescent; Iran]

Ford R. 1985. Patterns of Prehistoric Food Production in North America. In Prehistoric Food Production in North America Anthropological Papers of the Museum of Anthropology. R Ford, ed. Vol. 75, Ann Arbor: Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan. [prehistory; food production; North America]

Galinat W. 1985. Domestication and Diffusion of Maize. In Prehistoric Food Production in North America. R Ford, ed. pp. 245-278. [prehistory; North America]

Gilbert RI, Mielke JH. 1985. The Analysis of Prehistoric Diets. Academic Press. [collected essays; prehistory; diet]

Goodman A, Martin D, Armelagos G, et al. 1984. Indications of Stress from Bones and Teeth. In Paleopathology at the Origins of Agriculture. MN Cohen, G Armelagos, eds. pp. 13-49. [prehistory; origins of agriculture; North America]

Goodman AH, Armelagos GJ. 1985. Disease and Death at Dr Dickson's Mound. Natural History. [prehistory; health and disease; effects of agriculture; Illinois]

Goodman AH, Lallo J, Armelagos G, et al. 1984. Health Changes at Dickson Mounds, Illinois (a D 950-1300). In Paleopathology at the Origins of Agriculture. MN Cohen, GJ Amelagos, eds. pp. 271-305. [prehistory; origins of agriculture; North America]

Gosden C, Hather JG. 1999. The Prehistory of Food: Appetites for Change. Routledge. [collected essays; archaeology; ethnology; prehistoric peoples; food habits]

Halstead P, O'Shea JM. 2004. Bad Year Economics: Cultural Responses to Risk and Uncertainty. Cambridge University Press. [food supply; food shortage; economic anthropology; archaeology; cross-cultural studies]

Harner M. 1977. The Ecological Basis for Aztec Sacrifice. American Ethnologist 4:117-135. [cannibalism; prehistory; history; ecology; Mexico; Aztec]

Hayden B. 1996. Feasting in Prehistoric and Traditional Societies. In Food and the Status Quest. P Wiessner, W Schiefenhovel, eds. pp. 127-147. Berghahn. [feasts and celebrations; social relations; archaeology; ethnology]

Heiser C. 1981. Seed to Civilization. [prehistory; origins of agriculture]

Herrinng DA, Saunders SR, Katzenberg MA. 1998. Investigating the Weaning Process in Past Populations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 105(4):425-439. [prehistory; infant feeding]

Johannessen S, Hastorf CA. 1994. Corn and Culture in the Prehistoric New World. West View Press. [collected papers; prehistory; foodstuffs; Central America; North America; South America]

Jones AR. 1985. Diet Change and Human Population at Indian Creek, Antigua. American Antiquity 50:518-536. [prehistory; Caribbean]

Jones EL. 2003. Dietary Eveness, Prey Choice, and Human-Environment Interactions. Journal of Archaeological Science 31(3):307-317. [archaeology; dietary breadth; ethnology; North America; Canada; Inuit]

Katz S, Maytag F. 1991. Brewing an Ancient Beer. Archaeology 44:24-33. [prehistory; food processing; barley]

Katz S, Voigt M. 1986. Bread and Beer. Expedition 28:23-34. [foodstuffs; prehistory]

Katzenberg MA, Herring DA, Saunders SR. 1996. Weaning and Infant Mortality: Evaluating the Skeletal Evidence. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 23:177-199. [archaeology; osteology; infant feeding]

Keegan WF. 2000. The Caribbean, Including Northern South America and Lowland Central America: Early History. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1260-1278. Cambridge University Press. [prehistory; history; Caribbean; Central America; South America; Taino; Lucayan; Afro-Caribbean; Garifuna]

Kirch PV, O'Day SJ. 2003. New Archaeological Insights into Food and Status: A Case Study from Pre-Contact Hawaii. World Archaeology 34(3):484-497. [archaeology; prehistory; luxury food; meat; social status; ritual; Oceania; Polynesia; Hawaii]

Klepinger L. 1984. Nutritional Assessment from Bone. Annual Review of Anthropology 13:75-96. [prehistory; nutritional health]

Kuster H. 2000. Northern Europe -- Germany and Surrounding Regions. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1226-1231. Cambridge University Press. [prehistory; history; Europe]

Larsen CS. 2000. Dietary Reconstruction and Nutritional Assessment of Past Peoples: The Bioanthropological Record. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 1, pp. 13-34. Cambridge University Press. [physical anthropology; human evolution; prehistory]

LeCount LJ. 2001. Like Water for Chocolate: Feasting and Political Ritual among the Late Classic Maya at Xunantunich, Belize. American Anthropologist 103(4):935-953. [food and festival; prehistory; Central America]

Maat G. 1986. Features of Malnutrition, Their Significance and Epidemiology in Prehistoric Anthropology. In Innovative Trends in Prehistoric Anthropology. B Hermann, ed. pp. 157-164. [prehistory; malnutrition]

Mangelsdorf PC, MacNeish RS, Galiant WC. 1964. Domestication of Corn. [foodstuffs; prehistory]

Martin D, Goodman AH, Armelagos G. 1985. Skeletal Pathologies as Indicators of Quality and Quantity of Diet. In The Analysis of Prehistoric Diets. R Gilbert, J Mielke, eds. pp. 227-279. [prehistory; diet and disease]

McCorriston J, Hole FA. 1991. The Ecology of Seasonal Stress and the Origins of Agriculture in the near East. American Anthropologist 93:46-69. [prehistory; origins of agriculture]

McIntosh E. 1995. American Food Habits in Historical Perspective. Praeger. [general survey; prehistory; history; change; North America; United States]

Messer E. 2000. Maize. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 1, pp. 97-112. Cambridge University Press. [foodstuffs; prehistory; cultural geography; nutrition; disease]

Nestle M. 2000. Paleolithic Diets: A Sceptical View. Nutrition Bulletin 25:43-47. [diet; homonid evolution; hunter-gatherer; prehistory; primates]

Newman JL. 2000. Africa South from the Sahara. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1330-1339. Cambridge University Press. [prehistory; origins of agriculture; history; diet and disease; Africa]

Newman L, Crossgrove W, Kates R. 1990. Hunger in History: Food Shortage, Poverty, and Deprivation. Blackwell. [collected papers; prehistory; origins of agriculture; change; malnutrition; famine]

Ortiz de Montellano B. 1990. Aztec Medicine, Health, and Nutrition. [prehistory; history; cannibalism; Mexico; Aztec]

Parker Pearson M, ed. 2003. Food, Culture and Identity in the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age. Archaeopress. [collected papers; prehistory; neolithic; Bronze Age; diet; food habits; animal foods; Europe]

Parmalee PW, Klippel WE. 1974. Fresh Water Mussels as a Prehistoric Food Source. American Antiquity 39:421-434. [prehistory; foodstuffs; North America]

Piperno D, Pearsall D. 1998. The Origins of Agriculture in the Lowland Neotropics. Academic Press. [prehistory; origins of agriculture; South America]

Price TD, Gebauer AB. 1995. Last Hunters--First Farmers: New Perspectives on the Prehistoric Transition to Agriculture. School of American Research. [collected essays; archaeology; origins of food production]

Raab LM. 2004. Prehistoric California University of Utah Press. [archaeology; food and nutrition]

Raab LM, Jones TL, eds. 2004. Prehistoric California: Archaeology and the Myth of Paradise. University of Utah Press. [prehistory; paleolithic; foraging; foodstuffs; acorns; North America; California]

Reber EA, Evershed RP. 2004. How Did Mississippians Prepare Maize? The Application of Compound-Specific Carbon Isotope Analysis to Absorbed Pottery Residues from Several Mississippian Sites. Archaeometry 46(1):19-33. [archaeology; lipid analysis; dietary reconstruction; ceramic analysis; prehistory; cookery; North America]

Reitz E. 2000. Temperate and Arctic North America to 1492. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1288-1304. Cambridge University Press. [prehistory; North America]

Reitz EJ, Scarry CM. 1985. Reconstructing Historic Subsistence with an Example from Sixteenth-Century Spanish Florida. In Society for Historical Archaeology Special Publication (No. 3). [history; archaeology; diet; North America; Florida]

Renfrew JM, Brears PCD. 1985. Food and Cooking in Roman Britain : History and Recipes. English Heritage, Historic Buildings and Monuments Commission for England. [archaeology; diet; cookery; folklife; Europe; Great Britain; Roman Period]

Roosevelt A. 1987. The Evolution of Human Subsistence. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. pp. 565-578. Temple University Press. [prehistory; paleoanthropology; diet; subsistence]

Rose JC, Burnett BA, Nassaney MS, et al. 1985. Paleopathology and the Origins of Agriculture in the Lower Mississippi Valley and Caddoan Culture Areas. In Paleopathology at the Origins of Agriculture. MN Cohen, GJ Armelagos, eds. pp. 393-424. [prehistory; diet and disease; origins of agriculture; North America; Mississippi Valley]

Rose JC, Condon KW, Goodman AH. 1985. Diet and Dentition: Developmental Disturbances. In The Analysis of Prehistoric Diets. RI Gilbert, Jr., JH Mielke, eds. Academic Press. [physical anthropology; dietary deficiencies; dentition; prehistory]

Sahlins M. 1978. Culture as Protein and Profit. The New York Review of Books 25(18):45-53-. [taboo; symbolism; prehistory; cannibalism; Mexico; Aztec]

Sandford M. 1992. Investigations of Ancient Human Tissue: Chemical Analysis in Anthropology. Gordon and Breach. [prehistory; biological anthropology; diet; disease]

Sarpaki A. 2001. Condiments, Perfume and Dye Plants in Linear B: A Look at the Textual and Archaeobotanical Evidence. In Manufacture and Measurement: Counting, Measuring and Recording Craft Items in Early Aegean Societies. A Michailidou, ed. pp. 195-265. Research Center for Green and Roman Antiquity, National Hellenic Reseach Foundation. [archaeology; food use; Europe; Mediterranean]

Sarpaki A. 2001. Processed Cereals and Pulses from the Late Bronze Age Site of Akrotiri, Thera: Preparations Prior to Consumption. British School of Anthens 96:27-40. [archaeology; food processing; Europe; Mediterranean]

Schoeninger MJ. 1979. Dietary Reconstruction at Chalcatzingo, a Formative Period Site in Morelos, Mexico. Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan. [prehistory; diet; Mexico]

Scott EM. 2001. Food and Social Relations at Nina Plantation. American Anthropologist 103(3):671-691. [history; archaeology; social relations; North America; Louisiana; French; Anglo-American; Afro-American]

Sealy J, Pfeiffer S. 2000. Diet, Body Size, and Landscape Use among Holocene People in the Southern Cape, South Africa. Current Anthropology 41(4):642-654. [prehistory; hunter-gatherer; food foraging; Africa; Khoisani]

Shoeninger M. 1989. Reconstructing Prehistoric Human Diet. In Chemistry of Prehistoric Human Bone. TD Price, ed. pp. 36-67. [prehistory; paleoanthropology; osteology]

Smith P, Bar-Yosef O, Sillen A. 1984. Archaeological and Skeletal Evidence for Dietary Change During the Late Pleistocene/Early Holocene in the Levant. In Paleopathology at the Origins of Agriculture. MN Cohen, G Armelagos, eds. pp. 101-136. [archaeology; prehistory; origins of agriculture; Levant]

Sobolik K. 2000. Dietary Reconstruction as Seen in Coprolites. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 1, pp. 44-51. Cambridge University Press. [prehistory; dietary reconstruction]

Sobolik KD. 1991. Paleonutrition of the Lower Pecos Region of the Chihuahuan Desert. Doctoral Dissertation. Texas A & M University, [prehistory; paleolithic; ethnobotany; diet; North America; Mexico]

Spencer C. 2000. The British Isles. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1217-1226. Cambridge University Press. [prehistory; history; Europe; Great Britain]

Speth JD, Spielmann KA. 1983. Energy Source, Protein Metabolism, and Hunter-Gatherer Subsistence Strategies. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 2:1-31. [prehistory; hunter-gatherer subsistence]

Stahl AB. 1989. Plant-Food Processing: Implications for Dietary Quality. In Foraging & Farming: The Evolution of Plant Exploitation. DR Harris, GC Hillman, eds. pp. 171-194. [prehistory; foodstuffs; vegetable products; diet and nutrition]

Steckel RH, Carl RJ, eds. 2002. The Backbone of History: Health and Nutrition in the Western Hemisphere. New York. [prehistory; history; diet; nutrition; health; Western Hemisphere; American Indians; African Americans; slaves]

Symons M. 2000. A History of Cooks and Cooking. University of Illinois. [prehistory; history; cookery]

Tejada C. 1979. Nutrition and Feeding Practices of the Maya in Central America. In Aspects of the History of Medicine in Latin America. JZ Bowers, EF Purcell, eds. pp. 54-87. [prehistory; Mesoamerica]

Tudge C. 1999. Neanderthals, Bandits and Farmers: How Agriculture Really Began. Yale University Press. [prehistory; orgins of agriculture]

Ucko PJ, Dimbleby GW. 1969. The Domestication and Exploitation of Plants and Animals. Beresford. [prehistory; history; origins of agriculture; food use]

vander Merwe NJ, Williamson RF, Pfeiffer S, et al. 2003. The Moatfield Ossuary: Isotopic Dietary Analysis of an Iroquoian Community, Using Dental Tissue. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 22(3):245-261. [prehistory; nutrition; North America]

Vaughan SJ, Coulson WDE. 2000. Palaeodiet in the Aegean: Papers from a Colloquium Held at the 1993 Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America in Washington D.C. Oxbow Books for the Wiener Laboratory of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. [prehistory; food consumption; diet; Europe]

White E. 2000. Feeding a City: York: The Provision of Food from Roman Times to the Beginning of the Twentieth Century. Prospect Books. [collected papers; archaeology; history; food supply; cookery; industrial food; Europe; England; York]

White TD. 1992. Prehistoric Cannibalism in Mancos 5mtumr-2345. Princeton University Press. [prehistory; cannibalism]

Wiessner P, Schiefenhovel W, eds. 1996. Food and the Status Quest: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. Berghahn. [collected papers; social relations; primatology; ethology; social evolution; prehistory; ethnology]

Wilkins J, Harvey D, Dobson M. 1995. Food in Antiquity. University of Exeter Press. [prehistory; history]

Wing E. 1978. Use of Dogs for Food: An Adaptation to the Coastal Environment. In Prehistoric Coastal Adaptations: The Economy and Ecology of Maritime Middle America. BL Stark, B Voorhies, eds. pp. 29-41. Academic Press. [prehistory; foodstuffs; dog; Central America]

Wing E. 2000. Animals Used for Food in the Past: As Seen by Their Remains Excavated from Archaeological Sites. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 1, pp. 51-58. Cambridge University Press. [paleoanthropology; archaeology; food remains]

Wright JC, ed. 2004. The Mycenaean Feast. The American School of Classical Studies. [collected essays; archaeology; festival; Mycenaean civilization ]

Wright LE. 1994. The Sacrifice of the Earth?: Diet, Health, and Inequality in the Pasión Maya Lowlands. Doctoral Dissertation. University of Chicago, [archaeology; food; nutrition; Guatamala; Maya]

Wright LE, Schwarcz HP. 1998. Stable Carbon and Oxygen Isotopes in Human Tooth Enamel: Identifying Breastfeeding and Weaning in Prehistory. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 106(1):1-18. [archaeology; infant feeding]

Zohary D, Hopf M. 2000. Dometication of Plants in the Old World: The Origin and Spread of Cultivated Plants in West Asia, Europe, and the Nile Valley. 3rd edition. Clarendon Press. [prehistory; origins of domestications; Europe; Near East; North Africa (Nile Valley); West Asia]

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