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Ipiutak culture

Froelich Gladstone Rainey

Ipiutak culture

excavations at Point Hope, Alaska

by Froelich Gladstone Rainey

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Published by Addison-Wesley Pub. Co. in Reading, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Eskimos -- Alaska -- Point Hope -- Antiquities,
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Alaska -- Point Hope,
  • Point Hope (Alaska) -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFroelich Rainey.
    SeriesMcCaleb module in anthropology
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE99.E7 R23, E99 E7 R23
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19664404M

    The Birnirk culture controlled only marginal locations, often in very close proximity to Ipiutak sites. The development of whaling is sporadically documented but appears associated with technological innovations in Old Bering Sea and Birnirk polities while the influence of Ipiutak was achieved without a reliance on by: The Choris (– B.C.) and Old Whaling (– B.C.) cultures are both enigmatic manifestations in the archaeological record in a time of significant cultural “flux” in northwestern Alaskan prehistory. Both cultures represent potential first occurrences in the region—novel lithic assemblage and housing forms (implying the movement of new people into the region) and the Cited by: 3.

    Generalizing on world cultures is impossible because of the wide range of ethnic, religious and cultural differences even within the limits of a country. Of course, none of the ethnic cultures can exist in isolation and is likely to co-exist with others, at least in the purely physical aspect of .   Author and illustrator Eileen Browne, whose book Handa’s Surprise is on the 50 greatest multicultural books for children list, gets together with Letterbox Library to choose her favourite.

    This is an alphabetically ordered list of ancient civilizations. It includes types of cultures, traditions, and industries as well as more traditionally defined Ipiutak culture. Jōmon culture. Kachemak culture. Kurgan culture. Lapita culture. LBK culture. Longshan culture. Lupemban industry. Magdalenian culture. Maglemosian industry. Buy American Encounters: Art, History and Cultural 08 edition () by NA for up to 90% off at Edition:


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Drawings, maps, photos of writings of Indian tribes of early America. Some chapters include Present status of the Eskimo problem / Kaj Birket-Smith -- The Ipiutak culture: its origins and relationships / Helge Larsen -- A survival of the Eurasiatic animal style in modern Alaskan Eskimo art / Carl Schuster -- Anatomical studies of the East Greenland Eskimo dentition / P.O.

Pedersen -- Possible Author: Editor Sol Tax. From the Norton Culture to the Ipiutak Cult in Northwest Alaska Owen Mason The Oxford Handbook of the Prehistoric ArcticCited by: 1.

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Archaeological investigation of two small house-pit sites located at Hahanudan Lake near the village of Huslia in the Koyukuk River drainage of western interior Alaska has produced lithic assemblages with Norton and Ipiutak culture characteristics.

Radiocarbon dating indicates that Cited by: 8. THE IPIUTAK CULTURE AT POINT HOPE, ALASKA’ By FROELICH RAINEY is a brief account of an unusual form of prehistoric culture found The remains were found in an ancient settlement which we have called Ipiutak that includes over six hundred house ruins and an adjoining ceme- Cited by:   At Ipiutak scientists discovered more than 5, graves and some of them revealed this culture practiced unusual customs, but they also possessed knowledge of more advanced science.

Ipiutak grave specimens date mainly around A.D., ranging from @A.D A.D. Ivory cub walrus. Ipiutak, Point Hope. Credit: Froelich Rainey, Penn Museum. Ipiutak culture, Eskimo culture of northwestern Alaska, probably dating from the 2nd to the 6th century ad. A Siberian origin has been suggested, based on similarities in burial practices and ceremonialism, animal carvings and designs, and some use of iron; but evidence is not conclusive.

The Ipiutak excavations, funded by the Works Projects Administration (WPA), produced an astonishing array of jade and ivory carvings declared the most amazing treasures ever found in the : Phil Mcgillivary. WELCOME, LET THE FUN BEGIN.

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The Ipiutak culture occurred from south of the Bering Strait, across the Brooks Range and possibly as far north as Point Barrow. The Ipiutak site was discovered in by archaeologists Helge Larsen and Froelich Rainey, who completed a monograph on the site in Nearest city: Point Hope, Alaska.

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Anthropological papers of the AMNH ; v. 42 Larsen, Helge Eyvin, ; Rainey, Froelich G. (Froelich Gladstone), Ipiutak burial mask, There are 80 cavities around the mask that were apparently inlaid with jet.

A grave find from the Point Hope settlement, Alaska. Burial masks were placed over the face of a shaman at death to prevent the spirit returning to reanimate the corpse, then buried between the knees of the deceased. USA Alaska. Eskimo Ipiutak culture. houses of the Ipiutak culture at Point Hope (Larsen and Rainey73, Fig.

14, Pl.20), but were dismissed as ‘ intrusive ’ by Collins (, ). Following its discovery. monograph on Ipiutak culture, together with a brief account of the more recent finds. Discussions by Fred-erica de Laguna and Diamond Jenness, respectively, bring out differences of viewpoint, particularly as re-gards the relationship of Ipiutak to Old Bering Sea.

While Birket-Smith and Larsen consider Ipiutak to .To Louis J. Giddings, the discovery of the original Ipiutak site at Point Hope, one hundred miles north of Cape Krusenstern in the Arctic, in would always seem ""more dramatic than the opening of Tut-ankhamen's tomb."" This find opened the way to exploration which took up the rest of Giddings' life."" This book is the best possible measure of the loss that American archaeology has.

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