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Archaeological cultures

Ordos culture

The Ordos culture existed in Upper Palaeolithic China in the area of the
Author: Ángel Luis Alfaro

Oshara Tradition

Southwestern Archaic Traditions: Oshara (Northern) Tradition (c.5500 BC to c. AD 600) is centered in north-central New Mexico, the San Juan Basin, the Rio Grande Valley, southern Colorado, and southeastern Utah. The Oshara may have ancestral roots in earlier Paleo-Indian traditions, but these postulated roots are much disputed and the debate is unresolved. [..]
Author: SmackBot

Ottomány culture

The Ottomány culture in eastern Hungary is a local middle Bronze age culture (1600-1200 BC) near the village of Ottomány. It existed in the
Author: Dmitri Lytov


Pacaha was a Native American tribe discovered in 1541 by the Hernando de Soto expedition. This tribe inhabited [..]
Author: Heironymous Rowe

Painted Grey Ware culture

The Painted Grey Ware culture (PGW) is an Iron Age culture of Gangetic plain, lasting from roughly. 1100 BC to
Author: Rubinbot


The Paleo-Eskimo are the peoples who inhabited the Arctic region of North America before the rise of the modern Eskimo cultures across the region. Such groups include the
Author: Cuchullain

Paracas culture

Paracas is the name of an isolated, desolate peninsula on the south coast of Peru that was home an important Andean society between approximately [..]
Author: Omar35880

Patayan Tradition

The Patayan Tradition(AD875 to modern times).The name Patayan comes from the Yuman, "old people," used to describe ancient cultures that once flourished west of the Hohokam region and north to the vicinity of the Grand Canyon. Patayan is a still inadequately defined entity. Various alternative terms have been proposed, together with several much [..]
Author: Addbot

Pauma Complex

The Pauma Complex is a prehistoric archaeological pattern initially defined by Delbert L. True in northern San Diego County,
Author: RhymeNotStutter

Pazyryk culture

The Pazyryk culture (ca. 5th century BC) refers to an archaeological culture identified by excavated artefacts and mummified humans in the Siberian
Author: SieBot

Peiligang culture

Peiligang culture was a Neolithic Yellow River culture based in the central plains of ancient China. Archaeologists discovered the primary [..]
Author: 用心阁

Peterborough ware

Peterborough ware is a decorated pottery style of the later British Neolithic. It is known for the impressed pits made by bone or wood implements in its sides. Whipped cord was also used to make circular maggot patterns. The earliest form of Peterborough ware is known as
Author: Dmitri Lytov

Pfyn culture

The Pfyn Culture is one of several archaeologically defined cultures of the Neolithic period in Switzerland. It dates from c. 3900 BC to c. 3500 BC. Sources Schibler, J. 2006. The economy and environment of [..]
Author: DrilBot

Pilling Figurines

The Pilling Figurines are a set of eleven clay figurines made by the Freemont culture. They were discovered in 1950 by Clarence Pilling under a rock overhang in a side canyon of Range Creek, Utah. Ten [..]
Author: PamD

Pitted Ware culture

The Pit Ceramic culture was a neolithic Hunter-gatherer culture in southern Scandinavia, i.e southern Norway and Sweden and [..]
Author: Alexbot