Browse Results

Results

Results for anthro1ic
Check for portfolio Record Description Date of Photo Holdings Image Number
Full Record: x-23488/23488

Medicinal Plants: Papaver somniferum (Opium Poppy)

1983

35mm slide: 17574

23488

Full Record: x-23489/23489

Medicinal Plants: Cephaelis ipecacuanfia (Brazilian Ipecac)

1983

35mm slide: 17575

23489

Full Record: x-2349/2349

Lamar Bold Incised, Bibb County, Georgia. Lamar.

35mm slide: 1111

2349

Full Record: x-23490/23490

Medicinal Plants: Rauvufia serpentina (Serpent Wood)

1983

35mm slide: 17576

23490

Full Record: x-23491/23491

Medicinal Plants: Atropa belladonna (Deadly Nightshade)

1983

35mm slide: 17577

23491

Full Record: x-23492/23492

Medicinal Plants: Pilocarpus pennatifolius (Jaborandi)

1983

35mm slide: 17578

23492

Full Record: x-23493/23493

Medicinal Plants: Physostigma venenosum (Calabar Bean)

1983

35mm slide: 17579

23493

Full Record: x-23494/23494

Medicinal Plants: Cinchona succirubus (Jesuit's Bark)

1983

35mm slide: 17580

23494

Full Record: x-23495/23495

Medicinal Plants: Rhammus purshiana (Cascara)

1983

35mm slide: 17581

23495

Full Record: x-23496/23496

Medicinal Plants: Ricinius communis (Castor Bean)

1983

35mm slide: 17582

23496

Full Record: x-23497/23497

Medicinal Plants: Colchicum autumndale (Autumn Crocus)

1983

35mm slide: 17583

23497

Full Record: x-23498/23498

Medicinal Plants: Digitalis purpurea (Foxglove)

1983

35mm slide: 17584

23498

Full Record: x-23499/23499

Medicinal Plants: Catharanthus roseus (Periwinkle)

1983

35mm slide: 17585

23499

Full Record: x-235/235

Chorus and Drummers, San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico, ca. 1900. Music plays a very important role in Pueblo Indian ceremonies. The chanting of human voices and rhythmical sounds provided by drums, rattles, tinklers, and musical rasps is an integral part of the whole effect to insure the healther and well-being of the people. Although all the Pueblos know how to make drums, they often prefer to obtain new ones from the master drum makers at Taos an

35mm slide: 18224

235

Full Record: x-2350/2350

Incised jar, Bibb County, Georgia. Woodland -- Mossy Oak II.

35mm slide: 1112

2350

Full Record: x-23500/23500

Ethnobotonist Frank H. Cushing in Washington, Jul. 28, 1879

1983

35mm slide: 17586

23500

Full Record: x-23501/23501

Ethnobotany; diffusion of agriculture across North America.

1983

35mm slide: 17587

23501

Full Record: x-23502/23502

Ethnobotanist Edward Palmer soon after the Civil War

1983

35mm slide: 17588

23502

Full Record: x-2351/2351

Mossy Oak Simple Stamped, Middle Plateau, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. Woodland -- Mossy Oak II.

35mm slide: 1113

2351

Full Record: x-2352/2352

Swift Creek Simple Stamped, Bibb County, Georgia. Swift Creek.

35mm slide: 1114

2352

Full Record: x-23528/23528

Ceremonial disc, showing eye, hand and rattlesnake.

35mm slide: 10609

23528

Full Record: x-2353/2353

Ocmulgee Fields Plain, Mound D, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. Ocmulgee Fields.

35mm slide: 1115

2353

Full Record: x-2354/2354

Lamar Cord Marked, Bibb County, Georgia. Lamar.

35mm slide: 1116

2354

Full Record: x-2355/2355

Bibb Plain, Mound C, Bibb County, Georgia. Macon Plateau.

35mm slide: 1117

2355

Full Record: x-2356/2356

Ocmulgee Fields Incised, Middle Plateau, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. Ocmulgee Fields.

35mm slide: 1118

2356

Full Record: x-23563/23563

Mexico; using Lancandon chipped stone technology to clear vegetation on the bank of Rio Jaguar River prior to quarrying chert nodules.

1980

35mm slide: 17598

23563

Full Record: x-23564/23564

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- digging in river bank clay for chert nodules

1980

35mm slide: 17599

23564

Full Record: x-23565/23565

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- Two men using picks to dig up chert nodules and to test them to see if they are suitable for making arrowheads.

1980

35mm slide: 17600

23565

Full Record: x-23566/23566

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- Testing nodules at quarry by direct percussion. The quartzite nodules used as hammerstones are available in the same deposit.

1980

35mm slide: 17601

23566

Full Record: x-23567/23567

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- discarded debris left at quarry

1980

35mm slide: 17602

23567

Full Record: x-23568/23568

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- Decortication flakes, removed in testing chert nodules, discarded at the quarry site on the riverbank.

1980

35mm slide: 17603

23568

Full Record: x-23569/23569

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- chert nodules brought back to Naja by K'in Garcia

1980

35mm slide: 17604

23569

Full Record: x-2357/2357

Lamar Plain, Bull Creek, Muskogee County, Georgia. Lamar.

35mm slide: 1119

2357

Full Record: x-23570/23570

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- Jose Valenzulo reducing nodule by percussion; note the catch cloth

1980

35mm slide: 17605

23570

Full Record: x-23571/23571

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- close-up of performing by percussion

1980

35mm slide: 17606

23571

Full Record: x-23572/23572

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- hammerstone used in direct percussion

1980

35mm slide: 17607

23572

Full Record: x-23573/23573

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- core prior to blade production and after percussion precorming @ 10 cm. in diameter

1980

35mm slide: 17608

23573

Full Record: x-23574/23574

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- scrubbing core platform with scrubbing stone

1980

35mm slide: 17609

23574

Full Record: x-23575/23575

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- close-up of scrubbing stone

1980

35mm slide: 17610

23575

Full Record: x-23576/23576

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- removing blades from core- note the position of the fingers

1980

35mm slide: 17611

23576

Full Record: x-23577/23577

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- removing blades from core by indirect percussion

1980

35mm slide: 17612

23577

Full Record: x-23578/23578

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- gourd used for debitage trash

1980

35mm slide: 17613

23578

Full Record: x-23579/23579

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- Mateo Jr. making pressure blades by indirect percussion. Note the different holding technique for the punch and the condition of the work area which is much sloppier than Jose Valenzulo's).

1980

35mm slide: 17614

23579

Full Record: x-2358/2358

Ocmulgee Fields Incised, Mound D, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. Ocmulgee Fields.

35mm slide: 1120

2358

Full Record: x-23580/23580

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- A view of Mateo's workshop in the corner of his kitchen. Note the punch and core in the foreground and stored liquor bottles in the background.

1980

35mm slide: 17615

23580

Full Record: x-23581/23581

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- two antler punches. Note the "chewed" appearance of the main shaft and the rounded ends.

1980

35mm slide: 17616

23581

Full Record: x-23582/23582

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- Valenzuelo's hammerstone used in indirect percussion

1980

35mm slide: 17617

23582

Full Record: x-23583/23583

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- six exhausted indirect percussion cores

1980

35mm slide: 17618

23583

Full Record: x-23584/23584

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- blade removed by indirect percussion from core

1980

35mm slide: 17619

23584

Full Record: x-23585/23585

Mexico; Lancandon chipped stone technology- close-up view of indirect percussion blades made by Jose Valenzuelo. They are stored in a large gourd until he is ready to make them into arrowheads. Note the variety of chert types represented.

1980

35mm slide: 17620

23585