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  • $15,000

    Entressen Project Archival and Documentary Research


    Recipient: (Medford, MA 02115 USA) in affiliation with University of Dayton (Dayton, OH 45469 USA)

    Grant: 160004 / RK-20247-96,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1996

  • $188,410

    APVA Jamestown Archaeological Project


    Recipient: (Jamestown, VA 23081 USA) in affiliation with Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities (Richmond, VA 23230 USA)

    Goal: To support a team of archaeologists, historians, and educators in a two-year investigation of Jamestown, Virginia, the site of the first permanent English settlement in America.

    Grant: 159995 / RK-20207-95,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1995

  • $158,001

    Analysis and Publication of the Hell Gap Site Investigation


    Recipient: (Laramie, WY 82071 USA) in affiliation with University of Wyoming

    Goal: To support a team of archaeologists in the analysis and publication of mater- ials from the Hell Gap site dating to ca. 11,000-8,500 B.P. in southeastern Wyoming.

    Grant: 159988 / RK-20187-95,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1995

  • $136,592

    Diyala Objects Publication Project


    Recipient: Gibson, McGuire (Chicago, IL 60637 USA) in affiliation with University of Chicago

    Goal: To support a team of archaeologists for three years of analysis of the specialized objects from the 4th to the 2nd millennium B.C. sites on the Diyala Plain in Northern Mesopotamia.

    Grant: 159996 / RK-20209-95,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1995

  • $94,714

    Pompeii Forum Project: Urban History and Design


    Recipient: (Charlottesville, VA 22904-4130 USA) in affiliation with University of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA 22903 USA)

    Goal: To support three years of computer-aided, systematic documentation of the arch-itecture and decoration of the forum at Pompeii, Italy, in order to study the history of Pompeii's urbanism and urban design.

    Grant: 160001 / RK-20226-95,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1995

  • $80,127

    Human Sacrifice and Society at Teotihuacan, Mexico


    Recipient: (Tempe, AZ 85287-0000 USA) in affiliation with Arizona State University (Tempe, AZ 85287 USA)

    Goal: To support two years of analysis and preparation of data on a concentration of more than 100 human sacrifices from the 3rd century A.D. at the Temple of the Feathered Serpent at Teotihuacan, Mexico.

    Grant: 159992 / RK-20195-95,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1995

  • $77,771

    Colha: A Community of Craft Specialists in the Maya Lowlands


    Recipient: (Austin, TX 78746-0000 USA) in affiliation with University of Texas, Austin (Austin, TX 78712 USA)

    Goal: To support two archaeologists, who will write the interpretive monograph on tenyears of work at the Maya site of Colha, Belize, occupied from 2500 B.C. to A.D. 1450, with a focus on craft specialization.

    Grant: 159997 / RK-20211-95,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1995

  • $75,076

    The Pylos Regional Archaeological Project (PRAP)


    Recipient: (Cincinnati, OH 45221-0226 USA) in affiliation with University of Cincinnati (Cincinnati, OH 45221 USA)

    Goal: To support a team of archaeologists for two years of analysis and prepublica- tion preparation of materials from the Pylos Regional Archaeological Project, Greece. The publications will include a monograph and a technical final report.

    Grant: 159985 / RK-20170-95,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1995

  • $63,935

    A Landscape Approach to Archaeological Research: A Cahokia Example


    Recipient: (Edwardsville, IL 62026-0000 USA) in affiliation with Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville (Edwardsville, IL 62026 USA)

    Goal: To support a team of three archaeologists, a geographer, and a landscape archi-tect for three years of analysis and preparation of a publication of ten years of work at the mound at Cahokia, a Mississippian-period site, ca. A.D. 1000- 1400.

    Grant: 159999 / RK-20223-95,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1995

  • $62,279

    Bozburun Project, Turkey


    Recipient: (SE-102 52 Stockholm, 77843 Sweden) in affiliation with Texas A & M Research Foundation (College Station, TX 77843 USA)

    Goal: To support a team of archaeologists in the underwater excavation of an early 9th-century A.D. shipwreck off the coast of Turkey. The results are expected to illustrate medieval shipbuilding technology, material culture, and trade.

    Grant: 159993 / RK-20205-95,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1995

  • $58,137

    Documentation, Analysis and Preparation for Pub. of Finds from the Pyramid Temple of King Ahmose at Abydos, Egypt


    Recipient: O'Connor, David B (Philadelphia, PA 19104 USA) in affiliation with University of Pennsylvania

    Goal: To support analysis and prepublication preparation of ceramics and carved stonerelief sculpture from the pyramid temple of Ahmose, ca. 1550-1525 B.C., Abydos, Egypt.

    Grant: 159994 / RK-20206-95,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1995

  • $56,557

    The Prehistory of Nevis, West Indies


    Recipient: (Austin, TX 78712-0000 USA) in affiliation with University of Texas, Austin (Austin, TX 78712 USA)

    Goal: To support the analysis and publication of ten years of an archaeological sur- vey on the island of Nevis, West Indies. Long-term patterns of land use, mi- gration, and economic change between 1000 B.C. and A.D. 1600 will be examined.

    Grant: 160002 / RK-20231-95,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1995

  • $46,122

    Excavations at Tell es-Sweyhat: Urban Form and Structure in Late Third Millennium B.C. Syria


    Recipient: (Philadelphia, PA 19104 USA) in affiliation with University of Pennsylvania

    Goal: To support a team of archaeologists in 17 months of excavation and geomagnetic mapping of the large, 3rd millennium B.C. urban site of Tell es-Sweyhat, Syria. The team will study political structure and economy.

    Grant: 160003 / RK-20235-95,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1995

  • $42,373

    The Tutu Archaeological Village Site: A Case Study in Archaeological Method and Theory


    Recipient: (Bradenton, FL 34205 USA) in affiliation with Virgin Islands Division for Archaeology and Historical Preservation (St. Thomas, VI 00802 USA)

    Goal: To support the analysis of materials from a village in the U.S. Virgin Islands, occupied from ca. 150 to 1350 A.D. The site provides the firstwell-defined local chronology, subsistence economy, and household organization.

    Grant: 160000 / RK-20224-95,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1995

  • $34,701

    Ethnoarchaeology of Little River Ottawa Indian Village


    Recipient: (Charlevoix, MI 48824-1045 USA) in affiliation with Michigan State University (East Lansing, MI 48824 USA)

    Goal: To support two years of field work at Indian Village, a 19th- and 20th- century Michigan Ottawa community. The study will integrate ethnographic, archaeological, and historical evidence of social and economic change.

    Grant: 159990 / RK-20192-95,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1995

  • $32,500

    The Vijayanagara Capital: Dimensions of Imperial Control


    Recipient: (Ann Arbor, MI 48109 USA) in affiliation with University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

    Goal: To support a team of archaeologists for two years of analysis of archaeologicalsurvey and excavation at Vijayanagara, the imperial capital of a 14th- to 16th-century A.D. South Indian state.

    Grant: 159987 / RK-20181-95,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1995

  • $310,670

    Research and Documentation at the Roman City of Aphrodisias (Turkey)


    Recipient: (Ann Arbor, MI 48109 USA) in affiliation with New York University (New York, NY 10012 USA)

    Goal: To support three years of documenting sculpture and architecture in the city of Aphrodisias in western Turkey, and investigating the role of public beneficence and the place of the imperial cult in the Roman city.

    Grant: 159968 / RK-20100-94,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1994

  • $214,500

    Gordion, 700-350 B.C.: Political and Economic Change in an Ancient Anatolian City


    Recipient: (Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795 USA) in affiliation with University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA 19104 USA)

    Goal: To support three years of excavation and analysis at Gordion, a Phrygian settlement in central Turkey, to determine how settlement function and society changed in different political regimes during the Iron Age.

    Grant: 159971 / RK-20116-94,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1994

  • $165,760

    Analysis and Interpretation of Archaeological Remains from La Isabela: America's First European Town (1493-98)


    Recipient: (Gainesville, FL 32611-7800 USA) in affiliation with University of Florida (Gainesville, FL 32611 USA)

    Goal: To support analysis and interpretation of artifacts from the excavation con- ducted by the Dominican Republic at La Isabela, the site of the first Spanish colony in the Americas.

    Grant: 159976 / RK-20135-94,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1994

  • $150,000

    Long Tree-Ring Chronologies for the Eastern Mediterranean: Phase 2


    Recipient: (Ithaca, NY 14853 USA) in affiliation with Cornell University

    Goal: To support three years of collecting samples and analyzing tree rings at the Malcolm and Carolyn Wiener Laboratory for Aegean and Near Eastern Dendrochron- ology, establishing a time-line for Anatolia from 7500 B.C. to the present.

    Grant: 159969 / RK-20109-94,   Category: Archaeology,   Division: Research Programs,   Year Awarded: 1994

  • Endowment for the humanities grants to program Archaeology Projects; items 1-21 of 59 with a total funding of $2,063,225.
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