Deadly landscapes : case studies in prehistoric southwestern warfare / edited by Glen E. Rice and Steven A. LeBlanc.

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Rice, Glen, 1946-, LeBlanc, Steven A.
Format: Book
Published: Salt Lake City : University of Utah Press, c2001.
Table of Contents:
  • Southwestern warfare: the value of case studies / Steven A. LeBlanc and Glen E. Rice
  • Warfare and aggregation in the El Morro valley, New Mexico / Steven A. LeBlanc
  • A case of warfare in the Mesa Verde region / Ricky R. Lightfoot and Kristin A. Kuckelman
  • Shields, shield bearers, and warfare imagery in Anasazi art, 1200-1500 / Helen K. Crotty
  • Conflict and defense in the grasshopper region of east-central Arizona / H. David Tuggle and J. Jefferson Reid
  • Antecedents to Perry Mesa: early Pueblo III defensive refuge systems in west-central Arizona / David R. Wilcox, Gerald Robertson Jr., and J. Scott Wood
  • Organized for war: the Perry Mesa settlement system and its central Arizona neighbors / David R. Wilcox, Gerald Robertson Jr., and J. Scott Wood
  • Warfare in Tonto basin / Theodore J. Oliver
  • Conflict and exchange among the Saldo of Tonto basin: warfare motivation or alleviation? / Arleyn W. Simon and Dennis C. Gosser
  • Classic period warfare in southern Arizona / Henry D. Wallace and William H. Doelle
  • Warfare and massing in the Salt and Gila basins of central Arizona / Glen E. Rice
  • Giving war a chance / Lawrence H. Keeley.