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Mortuary practices of the Late Kachemak tradition in Southcentral Alaska: a perspective from the Crag Point Site, Kodiak Island / James J.K. Simon.

Title: Mortuary practices of the Late Kachemak tradition in Southcentral Alaska: a perspective from the Crag Point Site, Kodiak Island / James J.K. Simon.
Author(s): Simon, James J. K.
Date: 1992.
In: Arctic Anthropology. (1992.), Vol. 29(2) (1992)
Abstract: On basis of archaeological studies on Kodiak Island, reexamines elaborate methods of human disposal and treatment of the dead characteristic of Late Kachemak tradition of Kodiak Island and Lower Cook Inlet. Argues that these practices are not indicative of cannibalism as previously suggested.
Notes:

Arctic Anthropology. Vol. 29(2) :130-149 (1992).

Keywords: 903 -- Archaeology.
393 -- Deaths and funerals.
392.89 -- Cannibalism.
U -- Archaeology.
(*49) -- Alaska.
(*495.1) -- Kodiak Island.
(*491) -- Alaska, southcentral and southwest.
SPRI record no.: 118949

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