All that remains: A West Virginia archaeologist's discoveries

by Robert L Pyle

Paperback, 1998



Call number

PS3573.I797 A79


Archaeological Archives, Inc (1998), Edition: 2nd, 91 pages


Have you ever wondered how to date an arrow head found in the eastern part of the United States? ALL THAT REMAINS is an archaelogist's lifetime of discoveries in archaelogy digs in West Virginia & surrounding states. The book richly illustrates the many artifacts from Indian burials, potter, projectile points, tools, effigies etc. Through photographs, charts, & interesting copy artifacts are understood as to their time period & the Indian cultures that left them. Also there is a chapter devoted to the controversial rock petroglyphs found in West Virginia that may have an ancient Irish language called Ogam, with a Christian message. This is an excellent book for all interested in archaeology, especially the study of the Eastern Indian in the United States. Students will find this a valuable source in this field. ALL THAT REMAINS, soft bound with color covers, 8.5 X 11" trim size, saddle stitched, 84 pages with 182 photographs.… (more)


Physical description

91 p.; 8.43 inches


0962905003 / 9780962905001


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