CENTER FOR ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS
Occasional Paper No. 36
Religion, Archaeology, and the Material World
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Introduction: Methods for the Archaeology of Religion
Lars Fogelin

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Steps toward an Archaeology of Taboo
Severin M. Fowles

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Animism and Sacrifice: Reconstructing Moche Religion through Architecture, Iconography, and Archaeological Features
Erica Hill

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Tradition in Contexts: A Reassessment of the Canonical Acceptance of Art as Religion in Proto-Palatial Phaistos
Joanne M. A. Murphy

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Re-envisioning Ancient Maya Ritual Assemblages
James E. Brady and Polly A. Peterson

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Midwiving Meaning: Assessing the Use of Ancient Greek Terra-cotta Figurines as Childbirth Votives
Susan Wise

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Exploring Inca State Religion through Material Metaphor
Tamara L. Bray

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Charcoal as a Proxy for Use-Intensity in Ancient Maya Cave Ritual
Holley Moyes

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Capturing Mortuary Ritual: An Attempt to Harmonize Archaeological Method and Theory
Liv Nilsson Stutz

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Ground Truthing Ritual: Apparent Successes and Subsequent Questions
Barbara A.Crass

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Texts in Context: Praxis and Power of Funerary Rituals among Elites in Ancient Mesopotamia
Nicola Laneri

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Locating American Indian Religion at Cahokia and Beyond
Thomas E. Emerson, Susan M. Alt, and Timothy R. Pauketat

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The "Disjunctive Approach" to the Archaeological Analysis of Ritual Politics
Edward Swenson

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Life Outside the Temple: Reconstructing Traditional Hawaiian Ritual and Religion through Ritualized Practices
Mark D. McCoy

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Rock Art and the Study of Ancient Religions in Southeastern North America
George Sabo III

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The Context of Religion at Cahokia: The Mound 34 Case
John E. Kelly, James A. Brown, and Lucretia S. Kelly

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Midewiwin Myths, Missaukee Earthworks: Living Traditions and Material Evidence in Archaeologies of Religion
Meghan C. L. Howey

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On Text, Materiality, and the Tibetan Buddhist Religious Architecture at Piyang
Mark Aldenderfer