Very Good + in Very Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 369pp. incl. index; HB brick w/blk. &gilt; slight rub w/clean, tight pgs. DJ brwn. w/white; some rub w/spine sunned, sml. chip; corner-cut. "...the work is largely concerned with the burial customs and earth mounds erected over the remains of the Adena dead in Kentucky." illus.
8vo. xix, , 369,  pp. Numerous photos, illusts., tables. Colour-illust. softcvrs, NF. First revised softcover edition of this work recognized as one of the major pieces on eastern archaeology published during the first half of the 20th century.
Fine in J Very Good + + jacket. Large 8vo Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good ++. xix (ii), 369 pp, Foreword to the New Edition by James B. Griffin; list of b&w illustrations; Preface, Introduction; Adena Trait List; Descritpion of Individual Traits; Explanation of List of Adena Mounds; Adena Mounds Listed by Greenman; List of Supplemental Adena Mounds; The Area of adena Occupation in the Ohio River Basin; The Relation of Adena to Other Hopewell Manifestations; Elemental Hopewell; Widespread Hopewellian Manifestations; Evidence of Gradual Development of Traits in Hopewell; Comparison of Burial Traits of Adena and Hopewell; Relative Chronology in Ohio Hopewell; Chronology in Adena; The Ceramic Affiliations of the Ohio Valley Adena Culture by James B. Griffin; Physical Anthropology of Adena; conclusions, bibliography, index. Second Edition, 1974. "Originally published in 1945, this study is of importance in providing both a sourcebook and a clear view of American archaeology as earlier practiced. The result of the long standing collaboratin between these two eminent archaeoligists, the work is largely concerned with the burial customs and earth mounds erected over the remains of the Adena dead in Kentucky. In addition, there is an analysis of the relationship between Adena and Ohio Hopewell skeletal materials." from the jacket flap. Price clipped. 1" closed tear to top edge front panel dj with three minute chips and only the slightest edge wear to same, else, Pristine Interior. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or other marginalia. Red cloth with black title plate and gilt lettering to spine, and red top text block edge. ~Click on BOOKSTORES to browse our extensive listings of similar titles in Archaeology~
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