Books Edited by Dr. Michael D. Glascock

Geochemical Evidence for Long-Distance ExchangeGlascock, M. D., Ed. (2002). Geochemical Evidence for Long-Distance Exchange. Scientific Archaeology for the Third Millenium. Westport, CT-London, Bergin and Garvey.

  • Geochemical Evidence for Long-Distance Exchange: An Introduction. Michael D. Glascock.
  • Indigenaware: Spain to Valley of Mexico. Enrique Rodriguez-Alegria.
  • The Emergenceof Market Economies in the Ancient Maya World: Obsidian Exchange in Terminal Classic Yucatan. Geoffrey E. Braswell and Michael D. Glascock.
  • More than Exchange: Pre-Ceramic through Ceramic Period Obsidian Studies in the Greater North American Southwest. M. Steven Shackley.
  • Archaeological Evidence for the Long-Distance Exchange of Caddo Indian Ceramics in the Southern Plains, Midwest, and Southeastern United States. Timothy K. Perttula.
  • Production and Long-Distance Movement of Chupadero Black-on-White Pottery in New Mexico and Texas. Darrell G. Creel, Tiffany C. Clark, and Hector Neff.
  • Exploring the Landscapes of Long-Distance Exchange: Evidence from Obsidian Cliffs and Devils Tower, Wyoming. Brian Leigh Molyneaux.
  • From Loess Plains to High Plains: The Westward Movement of Upper Republican Pots. Anne M. Cobry and Donna C. Roper.
  • Long-distance obsidian traffic in northwestern Argentina. Hugo D. Yacobaccio, Patricia S. Escola, Marisa Lazzari, and Fernando X. Pereyra.
  • A Geochemical Vector for Trade: Cyprus, Asia Minor, and the Roman East. Danielle A. Parks and Hector Neff.
  • XRF Analysis of Pottery from Mutokolwe, a Khami Settlement from the Soutpansberg Mountains, South Africa. Leon Jacobson, Warren S. Fish, and Willem A. van der Westhuizen.
  • Yapese Prestige Goods: The INAA evidence for an Asian Dragon Jar. Christophe H. Descantes, Hector Neff, and Michael D. Glascock.
  • Centrality and the Collapse of Long-Distance Voyaging in East Polynesia. Marshall I. Weisler.

Archaeological Chemistry: Analytical Techniques and Archaeological InterpretationGlascock, M.D., R.J.Speakman and R.S.Popelka-Filcoff, Eds. (2007). Archaeological Chemistry: Analytical Techniques and Archaeological Interpretation. Washington, American Chemical Society.

  • Expanding the Range of Electron Spin Resonance Dating. Anne R. Skinner, Bonnie A. B. Blackwell, Maysun M. Hasan, and Joel I.B. Blickstein.
  • Toward the Classification of Colorants in Archaeological Textiles of Eastern North America. Christel M. Baldia and Kathryn A. Jakes.
  • Infrared Examinaton of Fiber and Particulare Residues from Archaeological Textiles. Kathryn A. Jakes, Christel M. Baldia, and Amanda J. Thompson.
  • Extraction and Analysis of DNA from Archaeological Specimens. Brian M. Kemp, Cara Monroe, and David Glenn Smith.
  • Using Archaeological Chemistry to Investigate the Geographic Origins of Trophy Heads in the Central Andes: Strontium Isotope Analysis at the Wari Site of Conchopata. Kelly J. Knudson and Tiffiny A. Tung.
  • Interpreting Stable Isotopic Analyses: Case Studies on Sardinian Prehistory. Luca Lai, Robert H. Tykot, Jessica F. Beckett, Rosalba Floris, Ornella Fonzo, Elena Usai, Maria Rosaria Manunza, Ethan Goddard, and David Hollander.
  • Bitumen in Neolithic Iran: Biomolecular and Isotopic Evidence. Michael W. Gregg, Rhea Brettell, and Benjamin Stern.
  • Surface Analysis of a Black Deposit from Little Lost River. Reshmi Perumplavil and Ruth Ann Armitage.
  • Shell Bead Sourcing: A Comparison of Two Techniques on Olivella biplicata Shells and Beads from Western North America. Jelmer W. Eerkens, Jeffrey S. Rosenthal, Howard J. Spero, Ryoji Shiraki, and Gregory S. Herbert.
  • Archaeological Soils and Sediments: Application of Microfocus Synchotron X-ray Scattering, Diffraction, and Fluorescence Analyses in Thin-Section. W. Paul Adderley, Ian A. Simpson, Raymond Barrett, and Timothy J. Wess.
  • Quantitative Modeling of Soil Chemical Data from Inductively Coupled Plasma-Optical Emission Spectroscopy Reveals Evidence for Cooking and Eating in Ancient Mesoamerican Plazas. E. Christian Wells, Claire Novotny, and James R. Hawken.
  • Chemical Composition of Song Dynasty, Chinese, Copper-Based Coins via Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence. Jessica Misner, Jeffe Boats, and Mark A. Benvenuto.
  • Elemental Compositions of Herodian Prutah, Copper Coins—of the Biblical "Widow's Mites" Series—via Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence. Meghann Mouyianis, Jeffe Boats, and Mark A. Benvenuto.
  • Chemical Composition of the Isfiya and Qumran Coin Hoards. Michael Notis, Aaron Shugar, Danny Herman, and Donald T. Ariel.
  • Selected Applications of Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry to Archaeological Research. Robert J. Speakman, Michael D. Glascock, Robert H. Tykot, Christophe Descantes, Jennifer J. Thatcher, Craig E. Skinner, and Kyra M. Lienhop.
  • Evaluating the Precision Requirements for Isotope Ratio Determination of Archaeological Materials Using Laser Ablation-Time-of-Flight-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry Increasing Ratio Precision. John V. Dudgeon, Hector Neff, Andrew "Flynn" Saint, and William Balsanek.
  • Lead Isotope Analysis of Roman Carthage Curse Tablets. Sheldon Skaggs.
  • Laser Ablation-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Ancient Copper Alloy Artifacts. Laure Dussubieux.
  • Laser Ablation-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry Analysis Applied to the Characterization of Peruvian Wari Ceramics. Laure Dussubieux, Mark Golitko, Patrick Ryan Williams, and Robert J. Speakman.
  • Characterization of Building Materials from the Brick Chapel at Historic St. Mary's City. Ruth Ann Armitage, Leah Minc, Silas Hurry, and Melissa Doolin.
  • Characterization of 15th-16th Century Majolica Pottery Found on the Canary Islands. Javier Garcia Inanez, Jaume Buxeda i Garrigos, Robert J. Speakman, Michael D. Glascock, and Elena Sosa Suarez.
  • Intraregional Provenancing of Phillistine Pottery from Israel. David Ben-Shlomo.
  • The Technology of Mesopotamian Ceramic Glazes. David V. Hill, Robert J. Speakman, Michael D. Glascock, and Hector Neff.
  • Analysis of Historic Latter-day Saint Pottery Glazes by Laser Ablation-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry. Nicole C. Little, Timothy J. Scarlett, Robert J. Speakman, Michael D. Glascock, and Christopher W. Merritt.
  • Fingerprinting Specular Hematite from Mines in Botswana, Southern Africa. Adam V. Kiehn, George A. Brook, Michael D. Glascock, Jonathan Z. Dake, Lawrence H. Robbins, Alec C. Campbell, and Michael L. Murphy.
  • Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis of Ochre Artifacts from Jiskairumoko, Peru. Rachel S. Popelka-Filcoff, Nathan Craig, Michael D. Glascock, J. David Robertson, Mark Aldenderfer, and Robert J. Speakman.
  • Feasibility of Field-Portable XRF to Identify Obsidian Sources in Central Peten, Guatemala. Leslie G. Cecil, Matthew D. Moriarty, Robert J. Speakman, and Michael D. Glascock.
  • Sources of Archaeological Obsidian in Peru: Descriptions and Geochemistry. Michael D. Glascock, Robert J. Speakman, and Richard L. Burger.

Terracotta Statues and Figurines of Cypriote Type Found in the Aegean: Provenance Studies.Karageorghis, V., N. Kourou, V. Kilikoglou and M. D. Glascock, Eds. (2009). Terracotta Statues and Figurines of Cypriote Type Found in the Aegean: Provenance Studies. Nicosia, A.G. Leventis Foundation.

  • The Aegean Class of Cypriote and Cypriote-type Terracotta Figurines: A Brief Overview. Nota Kourou.
  • Terracottas of Cypriote type Found in Cyprus and the Aegean: A Typological Comparison. Jacqueline Karageorghis.
  • Catalogue of the Sampled Figurines. V. Karageorghis, Nota Kourou, and Panagiota Marantidou.
  • Neutron Activation Analysis and Results. V. Kilikoglou and M.D. Glascock.
  • Discussion of the Samples. Nota Kourou and V. Karageorghis.
  • Conclusions. Nota Kourou and V. Karageorghis.

Crossing the Straits: Prehistoric Obsidian Source Exploitation in the North Pacific RimKuzmin, Y. V. and M. D. Glascock, Eds. (2010). Crossing the Straits: Prehistoric Obsidian Source Exploitation in the North Pacific Rim. Oxford, Archaeopress. British Archaeological Reports S2152.

  • Introduction: Obsidian Sourcing in the North Pacific Rim Region and Beyond It. Y. Kuzmin and M. D. Glascock.
  • A review of Archaeological Obsidian Studies on Hokkaido Island (Japan). M. Izuho and W. Hirose.
  • Prehistoric Procurement of Obsidian from Sources on Honshu Island (Japan). T. Tsutsumi.
  • Obsidian Trade Between Sources on Northwestern Kyushu Island and the Ryukyu Archipelago (Japan) During the Jomon Period. H. Obata, I. Morimoto, and S. Kakubuchi.
  • Provenance Study of Obsidian Artefacts Excavated from Palaeolithic Sites on the Korean Peninsula. N. Cho, J. Kim, and H. Kang.
  • Obsidian Provenance Studies on Kamchatka Peninsula (Far Eastern Russia): 2003-9 Results. A. Grebennikov, V. Popov, M. D. Glascock, R. J. Speakman, Y. Kuzmin, and A. Ptashinsky.
  • Bridging the Gap Between Two Obsidian Source Areas in Northeast Asia: LA-ICP-MS Analysis of Obsidian Artefacts from the Kurile Islands of the Russian Far East. S. Colby Phillips.
  • Crossing Mountains, Rivers, and Straits: A Review of the Current Evidence for Prehistoric Obsidian Exchange in Northeast Asia. Y. Kuzmin.
  • Long-Distance Exchange of Western North American Obsidian. C. Dillian.
  • Trace Element Characterisations of Archaeologically Significant Volcanic Glasses from the Southern Great Basin of North America. R. E. Hughes.
  • Procurement and Consumption of Obsidian in the Early Formative Mixteca Alta: A View from the Nochixtlan Valley, Oaxaca Mexico. J. P. Blomster and M. D. Glascock.
  • Geochemical Characterization of Obsidian in Western Mexico: The Sources in Jalisco, Nayarit, and Zacatecas. M. D. Glascock, P. C. Weigand, R. Esparza Lopez, M. A. Ohnersorgen, M. Garduno Ambriz, J. B. Mountjoy, and J. A. Darling.
  • Thoughts and Inference on Prehistoric Obsidian Source Exploitation in the Pacific Rim and Beyond. M. S. Shackley.

Intra-site Obsidian Distribution and Consumption Patterns in Northern Belize and the North-Eastern PetenHaines, H. R. and M. D. Glascock, Eds. (2012). Intra-site Obsidian Distribution and Consumption Patterns in Northern Belize and the North-Eastern Peten. Oxford, Archaeopress. British Archaeological Reports S2326.

  • Introduction to the Maya Dream.
  • Outline of Analysis.
  • Data Paradigms and Tests.
  • Patterns of Obsidian Consumption and Distribution.
  • Appendices.

Methodological Issues for Characterisation and Provenance Studies of Obsidian in Northeast Asia.Ono, A., Y. Kuzmin, M. D. Glascock and Y. Suda, Eds. (2014). Methodological Issues for Characterisation and Provenance Studies of Obsidian in Northeast Asia. Oxford, Archaeopress. British Archaeological Reports S2620.

  • Introduction: Characterisation and Provenance Studies of Obsidian in Northeast Asia—the View from the Early 2010s. A. Ono, Y.V. Kuzmin, M.D. Glascock, and Y. Suda.
  • Multi-Method Characterisation of Obsidian Source Compositional Groups in Hokkaido Island (Japan). J.R. Ferguson, M.D. Glascock, M. Izuho, M. Mukai, K. Wada, and H. Sato.
  • Application of Internal Standard Method for Non-Destructive Analysis of Obsidian Artifacts by Wavelength Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry. Y. Suda.
  • The Effectiveness of Elemental Intensity Ratios for Sourcing Obsidian Artefacts Using Energy Dispersive S-ray fluorescence Spectrometry: A Case Study from Japan. T. Kannari, M. Nagai, and S. Sugihara.
  • Chemical Composition of Obsidians in Hokkaido Island, Northern Japan: The Importance of Geological and Petrological Data for Source Studies. K. Wada, M. Mukai, K. Sano, M. Izuho, and H. Sato.
  • The Neutron Activation Analysis of Volcanic Glasses in the Russian Far East and Neighbouring Northeast Asia: A Summary of the First 20 Years of Research. Y.V. Kuzmin and M.D. Glascock.
  • Geochemistry of Volcanic Glasses and the Search Strategy for Unknown Obsidian Sources on Kamchatka Peninsula (Russian Far East). A.V. Grebennikov, V.K. Popov, and Y.V. Kuzmin.
  • Identification of Archaeological Obsidian Sources in Kanto and Chubu Regions (Central Japan) by Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence Analysis. N. Ikeya.
  • Integration of Obsidian Compositional Studies and Lithic Reduction Sequence Analysis at the Upper Palaeolithic Site of Ogachi-Kato 2, Hokkaido, Japan. M. Izuho, J.R. Ferguson, M.D. Glascock, N. Oda, F. Akai, Y. Nakazawa, and H. Sato.
  • Geoarchaeological Aspects of Obsidian Source Studies in the Southern Russian Far East and Brief Comparison with Neighbouring Regions. Y.V. Kuzmin.
  • The Paektusan Volcano Source and Geochemical Analysis of Archaeological Obsidians in Korea. J.-C. Kim.

Ceramics of the Indigenous Cultures of South America: Studies of Production and Exchange through Compositional Analysis.Glascock, M. D., H. Neff and K. J. Vaughn, Eds. (2019). Ceramics of the Indigenous Cultures of South America: Studies of Production and Exchange through Compositional Analysis. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press.

  • Compositional Analysis of Archaeological Ceramics. M. D. Glascock.
  • Pottery Production and Consumption in the Andean-Amazonian Frontier of Southwestern Colombia (2500—500 BP). H.J. Giraldo, R.J. Speakman, M.D. Glascock, and A.M. Gudiño.
  • Cultural Implications of Neutron Activation Analysis of Ceramics from Palmitopamba, Ecuador. R.D. Lippi and A.M. Gudiño.
  • Fabric and Culture: Technological Change in Ecuadorian Finger-Painted Pottery. M.A. Masucci, H. Neff, M.D. Glascock, and R.J. Speakman.
  • Early Horizon Cupisnique Ceramic Production in Pomac, North Coast of Peru: Role of Archaeometry in its Holistic Understanding. I. Shimada.
  • Was Huacas de Sicán a Pilgrimage Center? From the Results of Compositional Analysis by INAA of Serving Vessels from the Great Plaza. G. Matsumoto.
  • Chemical Characterization and Patterns of Ceramic Movement in the Cajamarca Region of Northern Peru. J.L. Toohey.
  • Inca Craft and Ritual Production: Compositional Analysis of Ceramic Pigments from the Temple of the Sun, Pachacamac. J.A. Davenport.
  • The Analysis of Inca Pottery from the Cuzco Region: Implications for the Provisioning of Ceramics for Machu Picchu and other Inca Sites. R.L. Burger, L.C. Salazar, and M.D. Glascock.
  • 1500 Years of Pottery Production in the Nasca Region of Peru: Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis from the Site of La Tiza. C.A. Conlee, M.T. Boulanger, and M.D. Glascock.
  • Wari Ceramic Production in the Heartland and Provinces. P.R. Williams, D. Nash, A. Cook, W. Isbell, and R.J. Speakman.
  • Compositional Analysis of Pre-Hispanic Pottery from the Dry Eastern Lowlands of Bolivia. W.D. Gilstrap, E. Myers, and H. Neff.
  • Pottery from Funerary Mounds Along the Arid Atacama Desert Coast, Chile: Chemistry, Circulation, and Exchange Between the Inlands and Coast During the Formative Period. I. Correa Girrulat, F. Gallardo, M. Uribe, E. Echenique, J. Blanco, S. Flewett, M.T. Boulanger, and M.D. Glascock.
  • A Compositional Characterization of Ceramic Production and Circulation During the Formative Period in Tarapaca, Northern Chile. M. Uribe, E. Vidal Montero, M.D. Glascock, A. Menzies, M. Muñoz, and C.C. Roush.
  • Testing the Social Aggregation Hypothesis for Llolleo Communities in Central Chile: Style, Pastes, and INAA of Ceramic Smoking Pipes and Drinking Pots. F. Falabella, S. Alfaro, M.T. Planella, M.T. Boulanger, and M.D. Glascock.
  • Recruited or Annexed Lineages: A Chemical Analysis of Purén and Lumaco Pottery and Clays. L.G. Cecil, T.D. Dillehay, and M.D. Glascock.
  • Prestige Ceramics in Inca Qollasuyu: Production and Distribution of Imperial and Regional Ceramics in the Southern Andes. V.I. Williams, T.N. D’Altroy, H. Neff, R.J. Speakman, and M.D. Glascock.
  • Social Interaction and Communities of Practice in Formative Period NW Argentina: A Multi-Analytical Study of Ceramics. M. Lazzari, L. Pereyra Domingorena, W. Stoner, M.C. Scattolin, M.A. Korstanje, and M.D. Glascock.
  • From the Mountains to the Yungas: Provenience and Distribution of Ceramics in Ambato Societies of the Andes of Argentina in the Fifth Century AD. M. Giesso, A.G. Laguens, S. Bertolino, M.T. Boulanger, and M.D. Glascock.
  • Neutron Activation Analysis of Archaeological Pottery from Mendoza, Central Western Argentina. N. Sugrañes, M.J. Ots, M.D. Glascock, and G. Neme.
  • Ancient Exchange Networks in Central Amazon. E.G. Neves, C.S. Munita, R. Hazenfratz, G.Z. Mongeló.
  • Ceramic INAA Studies in South America. H. Neff and K. Vaughn.