People, Pots, And Prosperity: The Ceramic Value Index and an Assumption of Economic Class (Report) - Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science

People, Pots, And Prosperity: The Ceramic Value Index and an Assumption of Economic Class (Report)

By Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science

  • Release Date - Published: 2007-12-31
  • Book Genre: Engineering
  • Author: Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science
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ABSTRACT. The ceramic value index is a powerful empirical tool used in historical archaeology to assess the required economic access necessary for a family or individual to accumulate specific household goods. The focus of this method is primarily on the status of the artifact assemblage itself, however, and not the people who acquired the objects.

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