Late Archaic

Some articles on late, late archaic, archaic:

Big Eddy Site - Stratigraphy
... alluvial members Early Rodgers, Middle Rodgers, and Late Rodgers (Lopinot et al ... The Late Rodgers layer represents the most recent deposits ... Period The deposits from these periods can be found in the top foot or so of the Late Rodgers deposits, and date from approximately 500 to 2,500 years BP (CAR 2006) ...
Maple Creek Phase
... It has a Late Archaic-Early Woodland period occupation with a minor Late Woodland component ... Late Archaic stemmed points, some of which are similar to McWhinney Heavy Stemmed points, are present at this site, as well as Early Woodland Fayette Thick ceramics ... The Davisson Farm site in Lawrence County has a Maple Creek component and a Late Archaic component that Purtill describes as Laurentian Archaic ...
Foundry Painter
... an ancient Greek Attic red-figure vase painter of the Late Archaic period ... Dokimasia Painter, the Foundry Painter was active in the workshop of one of the most important Late Archaic red-figure vase painters, the Brygos Painter ... Additionally, he was one of the very few Late Archaic vase painters to experiment with shading ...
Red-figure Pottery - Attica - Late Archaic
... The generation of artists after the pioneers, active during the Late Archaic period (circa 500 to 470 BCE) brought the style to a new flourish ...

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