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The Hohokam: Desert Farmers and Craftsmen, Excavations at Snaketown, 1964–1965
by Emil W. Haury
University of Arizona Press, 1976
Cloth: 978-0-8165-0445-9 | Paper: 978-0-8165-3526-2
Library of Congress Classification E78.A7H27
Dewey Decimal Classification 970.00497

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"For a calculated 1,400 years, Snaketown was a viable village, but unlike so many tells in the Near East, the people remained the same while their culture changed. The smoothly graded typological sequences for most attributes suggest to me that the ethnic identity of the inhabitants was not interrupted, that they were one and the same people experiencing normal internal evolutionary cultural modifications with occasional boosts of features and ideas newly arrived from the outside." —Emil W. Haury

 

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