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American Philosophical Society
Pottery of Marajo Island, Brazil: Transactions, American Philosophical Society (vol. 39, part 3)
Helen C. Palmatary (au)
This study represents the culmination of some 15 years of research in the field of Amazonian archeology. Ilha de Marajo, as the Brazilians call it, has been described as resting in the mouth of the Amazon like an egg in that of a serpent. In reality, Marajo is part of an archipelago. Contents of this study of the pottery of Marajo Island, Brazil: (1) Introduction; (2) The Island: Notes on geography and climate; Historical notes; Archeological sites; (3) The Pottery: Stylistic Analysis: Outline of Classification; Wares; Miscellaneous studies of parts of the pottery; Correlations: Elements of form and decoration; Correlation chart; Summary; Catalog numbers for specimens illustrated; and Bibliography. Illustrations.
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