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21 Faces of
The God That Man Forgot
From the Charm Altars at Temixwten

Selected Online Bibliography for the Museum of the Salish Exhibit, in alphabetical order by lead author


INTRODUCTION TO THE EXHIBIT Table of Contents: 1) Exhibit Highlights; 2) The One-Eyed God; 3) Temixwten; 4) Chinese Dragon / Salish Dragon; 5) Domesticated Horse; 6) Changing Face Of Asia; 7) Northwest Pre-History; 8) Mexican Serpent; 9) One-Eyed God Q&A; 10) Scanning Electron Microscopy; 11) Terminology; 12) Provenance

Mitochondrial genomes from modern horses reveal the major haplogroups that underwent domestication, by Alessandro Achillia, Anna Olivierib, Pedro Soaresc, Hovirag Lancionia, Baharak Hooshiar Kashanib, Ugo A. Peregob,
Solomon G. Nergadzeb, Valeria Carossab, Marco Santagostinob, Stefano Capomaccioe, Michela Felicettie, Walid Al-Achkarf, M. Cecilia T. Penedog, Andrea Verini-Supplizie, Massoud Houshmandh, Scott R. Woodwardd, Ornella Seminob, Maurizio Silvestrellie, Elena Giulottob, Luísa Pereirac, Hans-Jürgen Bandeltj, and Antonio Torronib, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, Washington, D.C., Early Edition, January 22, 2012, pp 1–6

Mitochondrial DNA and the origins of the
domestic horse
, by Thomas Jansen, Peter Forster, Marsha A. Levine, Hardy Oelke, Matthew Hurles, Colin Renfrew, Jurgen Weber, and Klaus Olek, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, Washington, D.C. August 6, 2002, vol. 99, no. 16, pp 10905–10910

Unearthing Technology’s Influence on the Ancient Chinese Dynasties through Metallurgical Investigations, by Behzad Bavarian, California State University Northridge, July 2005

The Evolution of Materials in Arms and Armors: Medieval Era, by Melissa K. Chung-Chuen-Yeung, Cody Harrop, Stanley Mui, Brandon Pare, Worchester Polytechnic Institute, Thesis, April 28, 2011

Early Cultures of Northeast Asia, by Nikolai N. Dikov, translated by Richard L. Bland, U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Shared Beringian Heritage Program, Anchorage, Alaska, June 2004

Archaeology In Northeast Asia, Edited by Don E. Dumond and Richard L. Bland, translations by Richard L. Bland, U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Shared Beringian Heritage Program, Anchorage, Alaska, June 2004

The Hatzic Rock Site: A Charles Culture Settlement, by Andrew Robert Hanson, University of British Columbia, Thesis, Vancouver, BC, 1994

The Katz Site: A Prehistoric Pit House Settlement in the Lower Fraser Valley, British Columbia, by Gordon William Hanson, University of British Columbia, Thesis, Vancouver, BC, 1973

Prehistoric Northwest Coast Art: A Stylistic Analysis of the Archaeological Record, by Margaret Ann Holm, University of British Columbia, Thesis, Vancouver, BC, 1990

Reading The Earth: Multivariuate Analysis of Feature Functions at Xa:ytem (The Hatzic Rock Site, Dg Rn 23), by Patricia Laura Ormerod, University of British Columbia, Thesis, Vancouver, BC, 1998

Continuity and Change in the Prehistoric Record from Southern Alaska, by William B. Workman, SENRI Ethnologogical Studies 4 1980

 

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21 Faces of
THE GOD THAT MAN FORGOT
From the Charm Altars at Temixwten

by Bruce Brown

Table of Contents
21 Temixwten Artifacts Presented in Apparent Chronological Order

introduction thumbnail Introduction to the Exhibit
by Bruce Brown
Abstract
 
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1) Charm
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7,500 years ago

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2) Charm
45-WH-5-1691

6,500 years ago
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3) Pocket Blade
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6,300 years ago
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4) Charm
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6,000 years ago


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5) Ceremonial Celt
45-WH-5-1182
6,000 years ago
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6) Pocket Blade
45-WH-5-1491
6,000 years ago
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7) Pocket Blade
45-WH-5-1476
5,800 years ago
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8) Charm
45-WH-5-1201
5,800 years ago
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9) Charm
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5,500 years ago
45-WH-5-1632 thumbnail10) Pocket Blade
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5,500 years ago
45-WH-5-1656 thumbnail11) Ceramic Core
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3,500 years ago
45-WH-5-1506 thumbnail12) Pocket Blade
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3,300 years ago
45-WH-5-1415 thumbnail13) Pocket Blade
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3,300 years ago
45-WH-5-1629 thumbnail14) Pocket Blade
45-WH-5-1629

3,300 years ago
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15) Charm
45-WH-5-1513
3,300 years ago
45-WH-5-1477 thumbnail16) Charm
45-WH-5-1477
3,000 years ago
45-WH-5-1436 thumbnail17) Pocket Blade
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3,000 years ago
45-WH-5-1710 thumbnail18) Charm
45-WH-5-1710

3,000 years ago
45-WH-5-1050 thumbnail19) Charm
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3,000 years ago
45-WH-5-1050 thumbnail20) Charm
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2,800 years ago
45-WH-5-1281 thumbnail21) Charm
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2,500 years ago
     
With a Selected Online Bibliography.