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Use of the Cumulative Graph in Temporal Ordering

  • Arthur J. Jelinek (a1)

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A cumulative graph which shows percentages of artifact types in assemblages is a useful tool for seriating large numbers of site samples when the chronological order of the appearance of types is known. This type of seriation has a distinct advantage over the bar-graph and Brainerd-Robinson techniques in speed and in the elimination of subjective judgment in ordering the assemblages.

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Bordes, François 1952 Stratigraphie du Loess et Evolution des Industries Paléolithiques dans L'Ouest du Bassin de Paris. L'Anthropologic, Vol. 56, pp. 405–52. Paris.
Brainekd, George 1951 The Place of Chronological Ordering in Archaeological Analysis. American Antiquity. Vol. 16, No. 4, pp. 301–12. Salt Lake City.
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Jelinek, Arthur J. 1960 An Archaeological Survey of the Middle Pecos River Valley and the Adjacent Llano Estacado. Doctoral Dissertation, University of Michigan. University Microfilms, Ann Arbor.

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