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Approaches to anthropological archaeology.
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Decentralization and the evolution of egalitarian behaviors in sedentary societies Ancient villages in the Niger bend: context and methods for exploring the Voltaic region Ethnographic perspectives on western Burkina Faso: a survey Kirikongo: an introduction to the site, the setting, and the research design The West Africa environmental setting: Kirikongo in ecological context Stratigraphies and depositional episodes: the excavations Relative chronology: ceramics Community growth at Kirikongo: the spatial and temporal setting Early sedentary life in the Voltaic region: defining a "Voltaic tradition" Craft production at Kirikongo: the origins, development and reinterpretation of specialization Herding, farming, and ritual sacrifice: the economy from Kirikongo.
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Print version: Dueppen, Stephen A. Egalitarian revolution in the Savanna : the origins of a West African political system. London : Equinox Pub. Ltd., 2012 xiv, 344 pages ; 26 cm. Approaches to anthropological archaeology