For readers negotiating this complex network of literary and linguistic influences, Archaic
Style in English Literature is a welcome and illuminating guide.
The outcomes suggest an evolution from Bronze Age dispersed villages with a territorial radius of 5-7km to a much more densely populated landscape in the course of the Iron Age and Archaic
periods, characterised by strong hierarchical organisation of more than two tiers and the integration of rural markets.
spellings with <ae> may be used in modern contexts, but there is also evidence for pseudo-archaic
usage, namely in words that never contained this letter.
We estimate that the archaic
DNA fragments that survive in modern African genomes come from a form or forms that diverged from the common ancestor of anatomically modern humans 700 thousand to 1 million years ago," said Hammer.
Although diagnostic hafted bifaces suggest the most intensive use of the bottoms occurred during the Early Archaic
, Late Archaic
, and Middle Woodland periods, all prehistoric periods are represented (White 1999).
Further downstream along the right bank of Cane Creek at site 1Ca219, Jacksonville State survey crews recovered a temporally diagnostic Early Archaic
A broader discussion of archaic
burials from other southern plains localities is beyond the scope of this paper.
By our successions of such acts we create a Real Future, which is an Archaic
A universal VA access card is being piloted instead of the archaic
system of each facility requiring a specific identification card.
6 and 23 for details) containing, among other files, the current Berlin database on the archaic
It didn't take long for that phrase to become archaic
The New World Mine project highlights the archaic
character of the 1872 Mining Law, the "Jurassic Park of all federal laws," according to Rep.
Probably the book's best feature is that it offers a history of western natural resource policy and politics, and an environmental predicament that results from these archaic
The Specialty Wine Retailers Association works in various legislative and regulatory arenas and by litigating to achieve its primary goal of replacing archaic
and discriminatory laws that hurt consumers and retailers.
This book by Dominique Bonnissent and colleagues demonstrates the possibilities and challenges of understanding the first human occupation of the insular Caribbean and the process of neolithisation based on fieldwork at two very well preserved pre-Columbian sites (of the Archaic
and Ceramic Ages) in Baie Orientale on the French side of St Martin in the Lesser Antilles.