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Presque Isle County, Michigan. East side of Lake May, copper spear point. Norman Grigg of Rogers City.

1966

35mm slide: 11246

17052

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Presque Isle County, Michigan. East side of Lake May, copper spear point. Norman Grigg of Rogers City. Opposite view of slide #11246.

1966

35mm slide: 11247

17053

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Tula, Mexico. Facing South along edge of steep slopes at two miles North of main part of site.

May 1966

35mm slide: 11262

17054

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Tetitla; Teotihuacán, Mexico.

Aug. 1966

35mm slide: 11269

17055

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Tetitla; Teotihuacán, Mexico. Small altar in courtyard.

Aug. 1966

35mm slide: 11270

17056

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River Terrace morphology.

1961

35mm slide: 11280

17057

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Troy; general North-South section.

1963

35mm slide: 11281

17058

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Troy; diagrammatic section E-6.

1963

35mm slide: 11282

17059

Full Record: x-1706/1706

Mexico, Federal District -- Templo Mayor de Tenochtitlan.

35mm slide: 439

1706

Full Record: x-17060/17060

Troy; stratigraphic example. One of Carl W. Blegen's sections.

1964

35mm slide: 11283

17060

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False stratigraphy.

1959

35mm slide: 11284

17061

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Correct and incorrect excavation.

1961

35mm slide: 11285

17062

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Radiocarbon age versus true age for 1000 years. Dated 1966.

35mm slide: 11286

17063

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Carbon 14 and tree ring ages.

1966

35mm slide: 11287

17064

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Cone of percussion.

1953

35mm slide: 11288

17065

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Cone of percussion: (a-d) Theoretical stages in the fracture. (e) A flake removed with incomplete conical fracture. (f) An actual cone preserved intact. (i.e. corresponding to d).

1956

35mm slide: 11289

17066

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Fig. 2 The ideal flake, in which all the conchoidal features are clearly visible.

1956

35mm slide: 11290

17067

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Lithic technology.

1966

35mm slide: 11291

17068

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Lithic technology.

1966

35mm slide: 11292

17069

Full Record: x-1707/1707

Coatlichan -- Deity of Coatlichan.

35mm slide: 440

1707

Full Record: x-17070/17070

Lithic technology.

1966

35mm slide: 11293

17070

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Flake and blade typology.

1966

35mm slide: 11294

17071

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Biface typology.

1966

35mm slide: 11295

17072

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Burin typology.

1966

35mm slide: 11296

17073

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Microlith, backed and barbed typology.

1966

35mm slide: 11297

17074

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Plesidapis, 60-55 million years ago. Paleocene.

1965

35mm slide: 11298

17075

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Smilodectes, 50-45 million years ago, Eocene.

1965

35mm slide: 11299

17076

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Pliopithecus, 23-12 million years ago, Miocene.

1965

35mm slide: 11300

17077

Full Record: x-17078/17078

Pliopithecus: One of the earliest proto-apes, Pliopithecus had the look of a modern gibbon although its arms were not as disproportionately long and specialized for swinging through the trees. On the basis of its teeth and skull it is now classed as an ancestor of the gibbon line.

1965

35mm slide: 11301

17078

Full Record: x-17079/17079

Oreopithecus, 14 -8 million years ago, Pliocene.

1965

35mm slide: 11302

17079

Full Record: x-1708/1708

Coatlichan -- Deity of Coatlichan.

35mm slide: 441

1708

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Oreopithecus: A likely sidebranch on man's family tree, Oreopithecus is believed t ohave stood around four feet tall and weighed about 80 pounds. Its teeth and pelvis led scientists to wonder if it could be ancestral to man, but apparently it became extinct some 8 million years ago.

1965

35mm slide: 11303

17080

Full Record: x-17081/17081

Oreopithecus, a human collateral of the Pliocene epoch.

1965

35mm slide: 11304

17081

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Dryopithecus: Though its skeleton is tantalizingly incomplete, Dryopithecus can be fairly described from a few jaws and teeth. First of the fossil great apes to be discovered, it was widely distributed; remains have been unearthed throughout Europe, in North India and China.

1965

35mm slide: 11305

17082

Full Record: x-17083/17083

Proconsul, Miocene.

1965

35mm slide: 11306

17083

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Double calabash vessel. Spanish/Jicarilla.

35mm slide: 20722

17084

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Bean pot. Spanish/Jicarilla.

35mm slide: 20723

17085

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Bowl vessel.

35mm slide: 20724

17086

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Bowl vessel.

35mm slide: 20725

17087

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Bowl vessel. Spanish/Jicarilla.

35mm slide: 20726

17088

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River pebbles.

35mm slide: 20727

17089

Full Record: x-1709/1709

Tenayuca -- East wall of pyramid showing entrance to tunnels underneath structure and row of serpent figures.

35mm slide: 442

1709

Solomon Island: modeled skull, front view.

35mm slide: 20728

17090

Full Record: x-17091/17091

Kashmir shawl.

35mm slide: 20729

17091

Full Record: x-17092/17092

Sickle. Gongyi County

35mm slide: 20730

17092

Full Record: x-17093/17093

Sickle. Gongyi County

35mm slide: 20731

17093

Full Record: x-17094/17094

Sifting basket.

35mm slide: 20732

17094

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Sickle. Gongyi County

35mm slide: 20733

17095

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Sickle. Gongyi County

35mm slide: 20734

17096

Full Record: x-17097/17097

Flower pot. Gongyi County

35mm slide: 20735

17097