1 edition of Archaeology at Santa Elena found in the catalog.
Archaeology at Santa Elena
Stanley A. South
1991 by University of South Carolina, South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology in Columbia .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 95-101).
|Statement||by Stanley South.|
|Series||Popular series / University of South Carolina, South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology ;, 2, Popular series (University of South Carolina. Institute of Archeology and Anthropology) ;, 2.|
|LC Classifications||F279.S27 S675 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||92620863|
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The archaeology at Santa Elena is not finished; there are still more stories to tell. Inafter more than one hundred years have passed since the first excavations, archaeologist Chester DePratter expressed the belief that only % of Santa Elena has been uncovered.
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2/25/20 – At the close of her special lecture at the Santa Elena History Center yesterday, Dr. Karen Paar, of Mars Hill University, signed an agreement to write a book-length manuscript on the significant story of Santa Elena from the perspective of the settlers who lived at America’s first capital in the 16th century.
the Santa Elena artifacts this summer and fall. II is through donations to the Columbian Quincentennial Commis sion, The Archaeological Research Trust, or to the Santa Elena Project at the Institute, that continued progress toward revealing the secrets of the soil at Santa Elena has to offer through the doorway of : Stanley South.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bushnell, G.H.S. (Geoffrey Hext Sutherland), Archaeology of the Santa Elena Peninsula in southwest Ecuador. Map 3: Santa Elena and Surrounding Area. Map 4: Parris Island Golf Course and Archeological Site. Determining the Facts: Readings Reading 1: A History of Spain's Santa Elena.
Reading 2: Life at Santa Elena. Reading 3: Archeological Excavations. Document 1: Archeological Artifacts. Visual Evidence: Images. Santa Elena is an important part of this history that lends insight into how colonial powers in Europe vied for control over this corner of the New World,” said Thompson.
South Carolina Institute for Archaeology and Anthropology archaeologist Stanley South, who died in March at found the remains of Santa Elena inwith DePratter.
Spanish artifacts from Santa Elena (Occasional papers of the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, the University of South Carolina) [South, Stanley A] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Spanish artifacts from Santa Elena (Occasional papers of the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and AnthropologyAuthor: Stanley A South.
Santa Elena, a Spanish settlement on what is now Parris Island, South Carolina, was the capital of Spanish Florida from to It was established under Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, the first governor of Spanish Florida.
There had been a number of earlier attempts to establish colonies in the area by both the Spanish and the French, who had been inspired by earlier. rediscovering santa elena The very first excavation by South's archaeological team consisted of just 45 small test digs.
And by luck, they found the. Santa Elena is a town in southwestern Ecuador, and is the capital of both the province and the canton of the same name.
Santa Elena, originally called Sumpa, is located on the Ecuadorian peninsula near the city of Guayaquil. It is regarded as the location of the most important and best documented archaeological site in the country, predominantly due to the discovery of the. True Vine Adventures, Santa Elena: Address, Phone Number, True Vine Adventures Reviews: 5/55/5(36).
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Scholars know when it was founded and have unearthed thousands of artifacts at the site. But public awareness of the site remains limited, and relatively little is known about the actual layout of the settlement.
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The H.L. Hunley submarine, the 16th-century’s Spanish Santa Elena site, and South Carolina’s earliest Paleo-Indian and Native American cultures finally have a common home. North American Archaeology Fund, Amnh: New York.
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Santa Elena (ID) was built in by Blohm und Voss, Hamburg, Germany, for the Hamburg-South America Line; taken over by the Navy at Brest, France, on 26 April ; and commissioned the same day, Lt. Comdr. Stewart in command. Santa Elena was one of ten German passenger ships acquired in to help return American troops from Europe.
She. In April the Santa Elena Foundation and SCIAA celebrated the th anniversary of Santa Elena's founding with a symposium and an exhibition curated by DePratter.
Thousands of artifacts have been unearthed from the site over the past four decades. Top image: Santa Elena Fort, one of the first in La Florida, (today, Parris Island, South Author: Ancient-Origins.
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This site, never before systematically excavated, holds a villa complex important to our understanding of the processes of colonization and settlement in this corner of the. An interest in New World slavery is a recent and exciting development within American archaeology.
As archaeologists have rushed to discover the material aspects of what slaves ate, what kinds of dwellings they inhabited, and what sorts of material culture they used, they have also gathered information about slave by: Source: South, Stanley; Skowronek, Russell K.; and Johnson, Richard E., "Spanish Artifacts from Santa Elena" ().
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