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Headless Males Make Great Lovers & Other Unusual Histories.
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Headless Males Make Great Lovers & Other Unusual Histories.

By Crump, Marty.

Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005. Illustrated by Alan Crump. First (N) edition. Paper covered boards. 8vo. pp. 199. Index. As New/In like jacket/No price in mylar. ISBN: 0226121992..

$25.00

SYRIEN 1990, Die Geschichte Syriens vom Neolithikum bis zur Entstehung des heutigen Staates.
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SYRIEN 1990, Die Geschichte Syriens vom Neolithikum bis zur Entstehung des heutigen Staates.

By Suter, Peter.

Basel., 1990. Illustrated by b&w photographs, maps, floor plans. First edition. Yellow decorated stiff wraps. Inscribed by author. 4to. pp. 117. Near Fine. Light corner bump. [The history of Syria from the Neolithic to the emergence of the modern state]..

$50.00

[Annual] ARCHAEOLOGICAL REPORT 1898 being part of the Appendix to the report of the Minister of Education Ontario printed by order of the Legislative Assembly.
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[Annual] ARCHAEOLOGICAL REPORT 1898 being part of the Appendix to the report of the Minister of Education Ontario printed by order of the Legislative Assembly.

By Boyle, David, Dir., Ed 1842-1911.

Toronto: Warwick Bros. & Butler, Printers, 1898. Illustrated by 19 plates, listed illustrations, musical notation. First edition. Original clay wraps. Super Royal 8vo. pp. viii, 211. Appendix, Index. Very Good/Ex-Lib. College library stamp only marking, top corner bumped throughout. Contents: Specimen notes: pottery, pipes, bird amulet, cutting tools, Bone harpoon, copper tools, Indian flute; Pagan Iroquois, Pagan conditions, Old Time Paganism, Recent Indian Religions, Skaneodye and Iroquois Paganism, Mid-Winter Festival, burning of the white dog, Scattering of the Ashes, Cayuga and Seneca Spring Dances, Green Corn Dance, Peach Stone Game, Feast of the Skeleton, Children's New Year Feast, The word "Niyoh", Pagan Hell, Spraying of heads, Dream Interpretations, Iroquois music, Song Words, Society of False Faces, Society of Husk Masks, Some Myths (6 listed of 513), Iroquois Gentes, Chiefship, Dress, Dwelling houses, Marriage and Separation, Death Customs, A Chief's Death, Council Meetings, Maize as food, disease. Includes article: Archaeological Notes, Victoria County by G. E. Laidlaw. Reports started with 1887 (theoretically making this the 10th Annual, if counting backwards from the official 27th annual of 1915)..

$50.00

[24th] Annual ARCHAEOLOGICAL REPORT 1912, being part of the Appendix to the report of the Minister of Education Ontario printed by order of the Legislative Assembly.
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[24th] Annual ARCHAEOLOGICAL REPORT 1912, being part of the Appendix to the report of the Minister of Education Ontario printed by order of the Legislative Assembly.

By Orr, R. B., Dir., Ed.

Toronto: L. K. Cameron (William Briggs), 1912. Illustrated by port tissue frontis (Robert Allen Pyne M.D.), color tissue plate of "Dress of an Algonquin Woman, James Bay, New Ontario", b&w figures, reproductions, charts, folding map. First edition. "Compliments of Provincial Museum, Toronto, Rowland B. Orr M.B., Director" signature stamp of ffep. Original card printed wraps, coated paper. Super Royal 8vo. pp. 116. Near Fine/Ex-Lib. College library stamp and numbers front cover and withdrawn stamp on pastedown; internally fine (including folding map: Archaeological Map of Victoria County by Col. George E. Laidlaw, 1912). Articles: Path and Trail; Algonquins (dress and New Ontario); Pipes; Gouge and Gorgets; West Indian Stone Axe; Pottery, Ceremonial Banner Stones; Bar Amulets, Beat Stones, Flints, Pre-Columbian Copper, Indian Skulls; List of Village Sites, Victoria County; Snow Snake and the Indian game of Snow-snaking; Aboriginal Net fishing (Long Pt. Bay), Indian Pottery (PEI), Old Penetanguishene, conservation (Archaeological Evidences). Authors: Harris, McVicar, Laidlaw, Left, McCall, Merril, Osborne, Harlan I. Smith. [Note: Annuals (starting in 1887) were not officially numbered until the 27th of 1915, making this the 24th (in pencil on cover). See The Annual Archaeological Reports of Ontario 1887-1928 by Charles Garrad (1987)]..

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[20th-23rd] Annual ARCHAEOLOGICAL REPORT 1911 including 1908-9-10, being part of the Appendix to the report of the Minister of Education Ontario printed by order of the Legislative Assembly.

By Orr, R. B., Dir., Ed.

Toronto: L. K. Cameron (William Briggs), 1911. Illustrated by color tissue frontis (Wampum Belt), port tissue plate (David Boyle), b&w figures, line drawings and reproductions. First edition. "Compliments of Provincial Museum, Toronto, R. B. Orr M.B., Director" stamp of ffep. Original card printed wraps, coated paper. Super Royal 8vo. pp. 103. Near Fine/Ex-Lib. College library stamp and pen numbers on front cover and withdrawn stamp on pastedown; internally fine. Contents: Butler in "The Wild Northland", Dr. David Boyle, Archaeology of the Province of Ontario, Queenston Heights, Murray Collection, Attiwandarons, Ground Stone, Bird Amulets, Ceremonial weapons, Stone pipes and axes, Gouge forms, Smelser-Orr Collection, Pipes, wood and bone, Awis, Shell relics, Huronia, The Hurons. Includes article: Archaeological Evidence, as Determined by Method and Selection by Harlan I. Smith. [Note: Annuals (starting in 1887) were not officially numbered until the 27th of 1915, making this the 20th-23rd (in pencil on cover). See The Annual Archaeological Reports of Ontario 1887-1928 by Charles Garrad (1987)]..

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DENTAL PATHOLOGY OF THE PREHISTORIC INDIANS OF WISCONSIN. Bulletin of the Public Museum of the City of Milwaukee, Vol. 10 No. 3
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DENTAL PATHOLOGY OF THE PREHISTORIC INDIANS OF WISCONSIN. Bulletin of the Public Museum of the City of Milwaukee, Vol. 10 No. 3

By Fisher, Alton K., Herbert W. Kuhm, George C. Adami.

Milwaukee, WI: Published by Order of the Board of Trustees (Aetna Press), June 15, 1933. Illustrated by 10 plates numbered as Vol.10, 61-70 bound with paginated guard sheets with descriptive letterpress. First thus edition. Printed grey wraps, uncut. 4to (27cm). pp. [iii], 332-374, [2] blank (10 plates not paginated). Near Fine. Red Museum stamps to lightly soiled cover, unread and unopened signatures with overall toning. The Bulletins comprised 55 separate monographs, some with multiple parts, covered in Twenty volumes from May 1910 to mid-1950's..

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RELIGION OF THE CROW INDIANS. Anthropological papers of the American Museum of Natural History, Vol. XXV, Part II, The.

By Lowie, Robert H.

New York: Published by order of the Trustees, 1922. First thus edition. Stitched wraps, grey printed cover. 8vo. pp. [ii], 300-444. Very Good/In mylar protector. Old and new tape repairs to lightly soiled cover with one corner chip, internally near fine..

$50.00

Methods of Investigation of the Dead Sea Scrolls and the Khirbet Qumran Site: Present Realities and Future Prospects

By Wise, Michael O., Norman Golb, John J. Collins and Dennis G. Pardee.

New York: New York Academy of Sciences, 1994. Illustrated by color frontis, b&w photographs and line drawings. First paper edition. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Volume 732. Gloss pictorial wraps. 8vo. pp. 514, Indices. Fine. ISBN: 08797667948..

$30.00

JAHN'S BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGY translated from the Latin, with additions and corrections, Fifth Edition Stereotyped.

By Upham, Thomas C. (Cogswell) 1799-1872).

New York: Mark H. Newman & Co, 1849. Translated by Upham from the second Latin Abridgment, Vienna 1814. Stated 5th from 2nd Latin edition. c.1839 thus. Original brown blind-stamped cloth. Medium 8vo (23,5cm). pp. xii, 573. Index. Very Good+/No jacket, as issued. Traces of wear to binding, embossed and ink stamps and pencil owners at endpapers, foxing internally just beyond starting, fore-edge ink stain involving several index pages ..

$40.00

35th Annual ARCHAEOLOGICAL REPORT 1924-25, being part of the Appendix to the report of the Minister of Education Ontario printed by order of the Legislative Assembly.
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35th Annual ARCHAEOLOGICAL REPORT 1924-25, being part of the Appendix to the report of the Minister of Education Ontario printed by order of the Legislative Assembly.

By Orr, R. B., Dir., Ed.

Toronto: United Press, (1927). Illustrated by port tissue frontis (G. H. Ferguson), figures, plates, reproductions. First edition. Original russet card printed wraps, coated paper. Super Royal 8vo. pp. 126. Near Fine/Ex-Lib. College library stamp front cover and and withdrawn on pastedown; internally fine. Contents: Religion of Pre-Columbian Indians by Orr (RBO), Bella Coola animal beliefs by McIlwraith, Technique of Certain Aboriginal Cords by Wintemberg, Michipicoten by Ferguson, Ojibwa Myths and Tales (7th paper: No. 443-513 of 513) by Laidlaw, Brant's Rifle, C. W. Nash obituary..

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Archaeology: The Archaeology Collection from the Southern Interior of British Columbia, Museum of the Geological Survey, Canada.
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Archaeology: The Archaeology Collection from the Southern Interior of British Columbia, Museum of the Geological Survey, Canada.

By Smith, Harlan Ingersoll 1872-1940.

Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, 1913. Illustrated by Frontis, 3 figures and 15 additional plates with titled tissue guards. First edition. Department of Mines, Geological Survey No. 1290. Printed yellow wraps. 8vo. pp. 40, [60] tissues & plates recto. Very Good/Ex-Lib. Two circular college library stamps and pen numbers, tape reinforced spine, light cover soil and foxing starting about frontis..

$35.00

31st Annual ARCHAEOLOGICAL REPORT 1919 being part of the Appendix to the Report of the Minister of Education Ontario printed by order of the Legislative Assembly.
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31st Annual ARCHAEOLOGICAL REPORT 1919 being part of the Appendix to the Report of the Minister of Education Ontario printed by order of the Legislative Assembly.

By Orr, R. B., Dir., Ed.

Toronto: A. T. Wilgress (Ryerson Press), 1919. Illustrated by b/w figures, plates, reproductions. First edition. "Compliments of Provincial Museum, Toronto, Rowland B. Orr M.B., Director" signature stamp of ffep. Original tan card printed wraps, coated paper. Super Royal 8vo. pp. 120. Very Good+/Ex-Lib. College oval stamp to cover and with drawn stamp on pastedown, light cover soil, internally near fine. Contents: Burial sites, Iroquois in Canada, Mortuary customs, Canadian Indian Pottery, Algonquin Pottery, Trail to Hudson Bay. Authors: Parker, Harris, Laidlaw..

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URGESCHICHTE EUROPAS: GrundzŸge einer prŠhistorischen ArchŠologie, Deutsche ausgabe unter mitwirkung des verfassers besorgt von Otto Luitpold Jiriczek.

By MŸller [Muller], Sophus [Otto] 1846-1934.

Strassburg: Karl J. TrŸbner, 1905. Illustrated by mit 160 abbildungen im text und 3 tafeln in farbendruck (160 text illustrations, 2 color plates and one rear color folding chart). First German edition. Translation of De Forhistoriske tider i Europa. Navy cloth stamped gilt with topboard emblem. 8vo (23cm). pp. viii, 204, [2], 48 (1905 TrŸbner catalog), [2] chart. Very Good/Ex-Lib/No jacket, as issued. College withdrawn library bookplate, embossed stamps, sunned spine and topboard edge, internally near fine. Sophus Otto MŸller, Direktor am National-museum in Kopenhagen; Otto Luitpold Jiriczek 1867-1941, Professor an der UniversitŠt MŸnster..

$50.00

INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY.

By Waitz, Dr. Theodor 1821-64.

London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1863. Edited by J. Frederick Collingwood with numerous additions by the author. First separate English edition. Portions previously appearing in "Anthropologie der Naturvolker", Volume 6. Original blind-stamped burgundy cloth, teg. 8vo. pp. 404, 15 (Second List of the Foundation Fellows of the Anthropological Society of London corrected to November 1st, 1863). Very Good. Worn cloth, caps and corners with acid free front hinge repair, internally near fine. Small "bound by Bone & Son, 76 Fleet Street, London" ticket. Copy of Edwin Reed [1835-1908], label front pastedown. A scarce association copy also marking the first volume of the Society..

$350.00

Prehistory of Dickson Mounds: The Dickson Excavation, The.

By Harn, Alan D.

Springfield, IL: Illinois State Museum, (1991). Illustrated by 61 figures and 7 plates of photos. Stated 2nd printing of Second Revised edition. c.1971, 1980. Dickson Mounds Museum Anthropological Studies, Reports of Investigations No. 35. Illustrated card wraps. 4to. pp. ix, [1] map, 146, [8] plates. . Near Fine. Traces of cover wear. ISBN: 0897920856..

$15.00

New England Historical Archeology, The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife Annual Proceedings 1977

By Benes, Peter, Ed., et al.

Boston: Boston University, 1980. Illustrated by b/w photos, line drawings, maps. Stated second edition. Pictorial stitched wraps. 8vo. pp. 160. Bibliography, Contributors. Near Fine. Traces of wear. Golden Ball Tavern (MA), Glassworks (NH), Dr. William's Privy (MA), Henry Whitfield (grounds, CT), Portsmouth NH, Arrowsic, ME, line of forts, Middlesex farm, Ft. Drummer (VT), Richards Grant Project (Dover, MA), Museum of Afro American History (Boston), future of historical archaeology..

$20.00

ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESULTS FROM ACCELERATOR DATING.

By Gowlett, J. (John) A. J. and R. (Robert) E. M. Hedges, Eds.

Oxford: Oxford University Committee for Archaeology, 1986. Illustrated by charts, graphs, maps and line drawings. First edition. Monograph No. 11. Printed wraps. Super Royal 8vo. pp. 170. Each referenced, Appendix, Contributors. Near Fine. Traces of edgewear. Multi-contributor work from SERC Conference, October 1985. ISBN: 0947816119..

$35.00

PALAEONTOLOGY, Volume 37, Part 4, March 1995
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PALAEONTOLOGY, Volume 37, Part 4, March 1995

By Lane, Doyle, Milner, Cleal, Owens & Cox, Eds.

London: Palaeontological Association, 1995. Illustrated by numerous b/w plates and photographs. First edition. wraps. Cr. 4to. pp. 721-961, vi (Complete contents of volume 37). Near Fine. Traces of cover wear, small geology library stamp inside cover. ISSN: 00310239. Contents scanned..

$30.00

ATLANTIS: The Eighth Continent.

By Berlitz, Charles.

New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, (1984). Illustrated by bw maps, photograph and drawings. First (NAP) edition. Cloth backed boards. 8vo. pp. 223. Near Fine/VG/Clipped price in mylar. Light edgewear, closed tear back panel..

$20.00

INNOVATION: The Basis of Cultural Change.

By Barnett, H G.

New York: McGraw-Hill, 1953. First edition. Flash printed gray cloth. 8vo. pp. xi, 462. VG+/No jacket. Light edgewear and bumping, small tear top spine..

$25.00

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