Diagnostic Ceramic Data: Proyecto Arqueológico Zaña Colonial (PAZC)

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Diagnostic Ceramic Data: Proyecto Arqueológico Zaña Colonial (PAZC)
Contributors
VanValkenburgh, Parker (creator)
Silva, Luiza (creator)
Repetti-Ludlow, Chiara (creator)
Gardner, Jake (creator)
Crook, Jackson (creator)
Bedoya Vidal, Diego (creator)
Bravo Meza, Bradymir (creator)
Durand Cáceres, Karen (creator)
Fuentes Villalobos, Sarita (creator)
Inga Vidal, Diana (creator)
Reátegui Diaz, Alexis (creator)
Vera Urbina, Mercedes (creator)
Zevallos Castañeda, Daniela (creator)
Doi
10.26300/506g-v797
Date Created
2016-08-01
Abstract
Data produced through analysis of diagnostic ceramics collected by Proyecto Arqueológico Zaña Colonial (PAZC). The PAZC Ceramics module is freely downloadable github.com/nparkervan/PAZC_Ceramics and bdr:737829. The PAZC Excavation module is available github.com/FAIMS/PAZC
Keywords
Archaeology
ceramics
Notes
This research was supported by funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities Grant ID RZ-51748-14
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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License

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VanValkenburgh, Parker, Silva, Luiza, Repetti-Ludlow, Chiara, et al., "Diagnostic Ceramic Data: Proyecto Arqueológico Zaña Colonial (PAZC)" (2016). I-Team UTRAs: Interdisciplinary Team Undergraduate Teaching and Research Awards, Brown University Open Data Collection. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://doi.org/10.26300/506g-v797

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