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[Flutopedia format] Archaeology References

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[Flutopedia format] Archaeology References

[Adams-KR 2006] Karen R. Adams. “Through the Looking Glass — The Environment of the Ancient Mesa Verdeans”, Contained in [Noble-DG 2006], 2006.

[Andric 2011] Maja Andrič. “Lateglacial Vegetation at Lake Bled and Griblje Marsh (Slovenia): A Comparison of (in Last Glacial Maximum) Glaciated and Non-glaciated Landscapes”, contained in [Toskan 2011], 2011, pages 235–250.

[Applegate 2008] Darlene Applegate. “Woodland Period”, contained in Volume 1 of [Pollack 2008], 2008, pages 339–604.

[Atema 2004] Jelle Atema. “Old Bone Flutes”, Pan, Volume 23, Number 4, December 2004, pages 18–23.

[Baby 1961] Raymond S. Baby. “A Hopewell Human Bone Whistle”, American Antiquity, Volume 27, Number 1, July 1961, pages 108–110.

[Barahona 2002] Agustin Barahona. “Ancient Objects Related to Music and Ancient Egypt in the National Archaeological Museum of Madrid”, contained in [Eldamaty 2002], 2002, pages 75–86.

[Barber-SB 2009] Sarah B. Barber, Gonzalo Sánchez, and Mireya Olvera. “Sounds of Death and Life in Mesoamerica: The Bone Flutes of Ancient Oaxaca”, Yearbook for Traditional Music, Volume 41, published by the International Council for Traditional Music, 2009, pages 94–110. Publication 25735480 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Bard 2008] Kathryn A. Bard. An Introduction to the Archaeology of Ancient Egypt, published by Blackwell Publishing, Ltd., Oxford, 2008.

[Berger-R 1983] Rainer Berger. “Direct Bone Dating in a Small CO__SUB__2__END_SUB__ Counter”, Radiocarbon, Volume 25, Number 2, 1983, pages 655–659.

[Bernheimer 1924] Charles L. Bernheimer. Rainbow Bridge — Circling Navajo Mountain and Explorations in the "Bad Lands" of Southern Utah and Northern Arizona, First Edition, published by Doubleday, Page and Company, Garden City, New York, 1924, 182 pages. Publication rainbowbridgecir013405mbp on Archive.org (open access).

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[Both 2002] Arnd Adje Both. “Aztec Flower-Flutes: On the Symbolic Organization of Sound in Late Postclassic Mesoamerica”, contained in [Hickmann-E 2002], 2002, pages 279–289.

[Both 2004] Arnd Adje Both. “Shell Trumpets in Mesoamerica — Music-Archaelogical Evidence and Living Tradition”, contained in [Hickmann-E 2004], 2004, pages 261–277.

[Both 2005] Arnd Adje Both. Aerófonos mexicas de las ofrendas del Recinto Sagrado de Tenochtitlan «Aztec Aerophones of the Temple Precinct of Tenochtitlan», Ph.D. dissertation – Lateinamerika-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin (Universidad Libre de Berlín), Germany, in Spanish and German, 2005, 346 pages.

[Both 2008] Arnd Adje Both, Ricardo Eichmann, Ellen Hickmann, and Lars-Christian Koch (editors). Challenges and Objectives in Music Archaeology, Studien zur Musikarchäologie (Studies in Music Archaeology), Volume 6, Papers from the 5th Symposium of the International Study Group on Music Archaeology, Ethnological Museum, State Museums, Berlin, September 19–23, 2006, Orient-Archäologie, Volume 22, published by Verlag Marie Leidorf, GmbH, Rahden, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany, in German and English, 2008, 616 pages, 518 illustrations, 14 tables, 8 diagrams, 8 plates, 1 data storage medium, ISBN 3-89646-652-6 (978-3-89646-652-5), hardcover.

[Both 2009] Arnd Adje Both. “Music Archaeology: Some Methodological and Theoretical Considerations”, Yearbook for Traditional Music, Volume 41, published by the International Council for Traditional Music, 2009, pages 1–11. Publication 25735475 on JSTOR (subscription access).

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[Brade 1982] Christine Brade. “The Prehistoric Flute — Did It Exist?”, The Galpin Society Journal, Volume 35, published by the Galpin Society, March 1982, pages 138–150. Publication 841239 on JSTOR (subscription access).

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[Brown-EJ 2005] Emily J. Brown. Instruments of Power: Musical Performance in Rituals of the Ancestral Puebloans of the American Southwest, Doctoral dissertation – Columbia University, New York, 2005, 553 pages.

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[Buisson 1990] D. Buisson. “Les flûtes paléolithique d'Isturitz (Pyrénées-Atlantiques) «The Paleolithic Flutes of Isturitz (Pyrénées-Atlantiques)»”, Bulletin de la Société Préhistorique Française, Volume 87, Number 10–12, published by the Société préhistorique française, Paris, in French, 1990, pages 420–433, doi:10.3406/bspf.1990.9925. ISSN 0249-7638.

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[Eichmann 2010] Ricardo Eichmann, Ellen Hickmann, and Lars-Christian Koch (editors). Musical Perceptions - Past and Present — On Ethnographic Analogy in Music Archaeology, Studien zur Musikarchäologie (Studies in Music Archaeology), Volume 7, Papers from the 6th Symposium of the International Study Group on Music Archaeology, Ethnological Museum, State Museums, Berlin, September 9–13, 2008, Orient-Archäologie, Volume 25, published by Verlag Marie Leidorf, GmbH, Rahden, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany, in German and English, 2010, 332 pages, 203 illustrations, 24 tables, 1 data storage medium, ISBN 3-89646-655-0 (978-3-89646-655-6), hardcover.

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