Kiva index: Volumes 1 through 75

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Puntita Negra site, 67(2)125

Purslane (Portulaca oleracea), 62(3)232, 290

Puye Pueblo, 6(3)9–12, 64(2)249

PWA, see Public Works Administration

Pyramid Point site, 62(2)119, 138, 139, 66(4)415

Qi, Guo-qin, “The Analysis of Faunal Remains from the University Indian Ruin,” 49(1-2)81–103

Qöötsaptuvela: Jeddito Yellow Ware from, 72(2)301–323

Q Ranch Pueblo, 53(4)321–334, 61(2)139, 70(4)328, 329, 333–342

Q Ranch-Vosberg area, 46(1–2)99–119

Quail Creek (Utah): Basketmaker III sites, 64(4)488

Quail Point: rock art at, 66(2)241, 68(3)196

Quarai: Rio Grande glazewares, 67(2)274

Quarries: Cedar Mountains (New Mexico), 34(4)207–212; Paleoindian, 74(3)310, 311; Ray vicinity (Arizona), 32(4)170–174; Saguaro National Monument, 35(3)105–120; Wetherill Mesa, 73(1)67–82

“Quarry” Road (Airport Hill Road), 63(1)24

Querétaro, 61(4)369, 376, 377(fig.)

“A Quest for the Meaning of Quitobaquito,” Wilton E. Hoy, 34(4)213–218

“A Question of Authorship: A. M. Stephen’s Catalogue of the Keam Collection (1884), " Louis A. Hieb, 69(4)401–423

“The Question of Salado in the Agua Fria and New River Drainages of Central Arizona,” George J. Gumerman and Carol S. Weed, 42(1)105–112

Quezada, Juan, 60(1)131–48

Quiburi (Santa Cruz de Terrenate), 42(34)317–329, 62(3)249, 70(2)147, 148, 152–153, 166–167, 75(2)161, 162

Quids: Antelope House Ruin, 41(1)65–70

Quijotoa Valley, 43(1)1–10

Quilatosa Wash: obsidian artifacts from, 66(3)362, 364

Quitobac, Sonora, Mexico, 36(4)1–29

Quitobaquito, 34(4)213–218, 47(4)215–237

“Quitobaquito: A Sand Papago Cemetery,” Keith M. Anderson, Fillman Bell, and Yvonne G. Stewart, 47(4)215–237

Quitobaquito Cemetery, 47(4)215–237

Quitovaca: Vikita (Wiikita) ceremony, 75(2)173, 174
Raab, L. Mark: “A Prehistoric Water Reservoir from Santa Rosa Wash, Southern Arizona,” 40(4)295–307, 75(2)179–192; review of Masse et al., Excavations at Gu Achi: A Reappraisal of Hohokam Settlement and Subsistence in the Arizona Papagueria, 46(3)197–198

Rabbit drives, 65(2)103–120

Rabbit Mountain Ash Flow (New Mexico): obsidian from, 71(1)19

Rabbits: in Hohokam sites, 73(1)7–24. See also Cottontails; Jackrabbits; Lagomorphs

Racial discrimination, in Tucson, 17(1-2)7–16

Radiocarbon dating: of Adair Bay site, 64(2)139–140; Antelope Cave, 75(3)330–331; of Basketmaker II site, 69(3)271–281; of Basketmaker III site, 64(4)478–480; of Chihuahuan sites, 62(2)153; of Cochise culture sites, 63(1)78, 64(2)124–125, 126; of Continental site, 63(1)201–204; Danger Cave, 75(4)429–430; of Early Agricultural sites, 67(1)63–64, 66, 67; of Early Ceramic sites, 62(2)125–126; of El Zurdo, 62(2)153; of Goat Hill site, 65(1)74–77; of Late Archaic sites, 61(2)191, 66(2)294, 299, 301, 67(1)88; of Mexican Pleistocene sites, 67(2)130; of Mimbres sites, 65(2)161; of Mogollon Village, 61(4)391–395, 398; of mountain goat dung, 61(2)168; North Creek Shelter 75(4)434(table); of Plain and Red Ware horizon, 70(2)97–116; of rock art sites, 65(3)253–263; of San Rafael Valley sites, 70(2)186, 188; of split twig figurines, 61(2)148; Ventana Cave, 39(1)25–33; of Zuni Pueblo, 61(3)232–233, 235

Rabid Ruin, 49(3-4)167–194, 60(4)481–530, 575–618

Radiocarbon dating: of eastern Basketmaker II sites, 72(2)220–225(table); Great Gallery food and tool bag, 73(3)313–314, 315(table); Puerto Peñasco area sites, 73(3)275, 277, 279(table); split-twig figurines, 72(3)347–348; as technique, 73(4)387–410; western Papaguería, 74(1)39, 41, 56

Rafferty, Kevin: “The Virgin Anasazi and the Pan-Southwestern Trade System, A.D. 900–1150,” 56(1)3–24

Raiding: Apache, 62(4)350–351; pueblo abandonment, 375, 378; Seri, 70(4)409–410

Railroads: Tucson Basin, 49(2-3)225–232

Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition: 57(2)entire issue

Rainbow Natural Bridge: 58(1)3–66

Rainbow Plateau: Basketmaker II sites on, 72(2)156–157, 184

Rainwater runoff farming: at Continental site, 63(3)209–210

Rainy Day site, 74(1)35–60

Raising Arizona’s Dams, A. E. Rogge, et al., reviewed by J. Homer Thiel, 61(4)460–461

Rakita, Gordon F.M., and Gerry R. Raymond: “The Temporal Sensitivity of Casas Grandes Polychrome Ceramics,” 68(3)153–184

Ramanote Cave (Santa Cruz Valley), 42(34)317–329

Ramenofsky, Ann F., and Anastasia Steffen: Unit Issues in Archaeology: Measuring Time, Space, and Material (review), 63(4)403–405

Ramirez, Ygnacio, 71(2)192

Ramos Polychrome, 65(2)160, 68(3)165, 166, 177, 178; dot-in-a-square motif, 71(3)331, 335(figs.)

Ranch Creek site, 23(1)10–11, 35(3)125–130

Ranch Creek Ruin, 53(4)321–334

Rancherías: in Onavas Valley, 72(3)334

Ranching: in San Rafael Valley, 70(2)190

Rancho Derrio, 56(3)255–275

Rancho la Amapola site, 67(2)130

Rancho Punta de Agua (Tucson Basin), 49(2–3):225–232

Rancho San Joaquín, 67(2)124

“Random Model Testing of Archaeological Site Locations in Allen and South Cottonwood Canyons, Southeastern Utah,” Dee F. Green, 39(3–4)289–299

Raptors: ritual use of, 65(4)363, 364, 365–368, 376, 378, 69(2)154, 155(table)

Rarámuri: gaming pieces, 73(3)247–258

“Rarámuri Rijibara: Individual Variation in Flaked-Stone Gaming Pieces,” Susan M. Ruth and Bruce B. Huckell, 73(3)247–261

Rarámuri Souls: Knowledge and Social Process in Northern Mexico, William L. Merrill, reviewed by Martha Graham, 58(1)107-109

Rationalism, 61(4)373, 376

Rattlesnake Point Pueblo: room function studies at, 64(1)27–47

Raven Butte Tanks, 66(4)508

Rawhide Wash, 67(1)85, 86

Ray, Cyrus N., 63(1)71

Ray vicinity, prehistoric quarry, 32(4)170–174

RB551: dating of, 73(4)396–398

RB568: perforated plate from, 72(1)18

Rea, Amadeo M.: “Hunting Lexemic Categories of the Pima Indians,” 44(2–3)113–119

“A Reappraisal of Anasazi Cannibalism,” Peter Y. Bullock, 57(1)5–16

“Reassessing the Scale of Social Action at Pueblo Bonito, Chaco Canyon, New Mexico,” Wesley Bernardini, 64(4)447–470

Rebound Cave, 61(2)154–157, 168

“Recent Archaeological Work in Arizona of the Chicago Natural History Museum,” Paul S. Martin, 23(2)19–20

“Recent Field Work by the Arizona State Museum,” Emil W. Haury, 7 (5–6)17–24

“Recent Jewelry Find,” Anonymous, 1(3)4

“Recently Discovered Compounds at Casa Grande Ruins National Monument,” Joseph P. Valcarce and David W. Kayser, 35(1)55–56

“Recently Recognized Cultivated and Encouraged Plants among the Hohokam,” Vorsila L. Bohrer, 56(3)227–235

“A Recent Navajo Pottery Manufacturing Site, Navajo Indian Irrigation Project, New Mexico,” Susan Kent, 46(3)189–196

Recent Perishables Research in the U.S. Southwest, 71(3)entire issue

Recent Research on Chaco Prehistory, edited by W. James Judge and John D. Schelberg, reviewed by Jonathan E. Reyman, 52(2)147-151

Recent Research on Tucson Basin Prehistory: Proceedings of the Second Tucson Basin Conference, edited by William H. Doelle and Paul R. Fish, reviewed by Owen Lindauer, 57(3)276–279

“Recent Thoughts on the Mogollon,” Emil W. Haury, 53(2)195–96

“Recent Wildfires and Pueblo I Villages on Mesa Verde,” Norman T. Oppelt, 69(1)55–78

Reclaiming Diné History: The Legacies of Navajo Chief Manuelito and Juanita, by Jennifer Nez Denetdale, reviewed by Dennis Gilpin, 74(1)109–111

“Recording Southwestern Rock Art Sites,” David R. Stuart, 43(3-4)183–199

“A Recycled Hopi Manta,” Robert Sayers, 45(4)301–315

Recycling: A Pima Case, Gordon Bronitsky, 52(3)237–239

Red Canyon (Arizona), 65(3)254, 256

Red Canyon Trail (Grand Canyon): Pinto Basin complex, 49(1–2)67–73

Red Cliffs (Arizona): rock art at, 65(3)253–263

Red Cliffs site (Utah), 64(4)486, 488, 489, 492

Red Hill, 68(3)204

Red Hills Wash (Tucson Basin), 35(3)105–120, 50(2-3)95–109

Redington Ruin (San Pedro Valley), 50(2-3)111–128

Redistribution networks: prehistoric Pueblo, 44(4)319–339; Black Mesa, 48(1-2)39–61; salt, 42(2)177–191

Red Knobs site, 69(4)339–357, 70(2)126, 127

Red Lake area: Navajo pastoralism, 48(4)279–306

Red Mesa Black-on-white, 61(3)269, 62(1)92, 62(2)131, 133, 63(2)143, 146, 64(3)382; at Williams site, 61(1)37

Red Mesa Valley, 69(2)160, 181, 194, 196

Red Mountain phase, 67(1)81–103, 70(2)97–116

Red Mountain site, 60(4)575–618

Red Rock Plateau (Utah), 35(1)29–54, 72(2)154

Redrock Valley, 61(3)284–285, 287

Redtail Village, 60(4)481–530, 575–618

Reducciones: Rio Grande Pueblos, 62(4)373, 375

Red Ware horizon (Arizona), 70(2)97–116

Red wares: Classic period Hohokam, 75(2)199–200, 212–213; Mimbres Mogollon, 61(1)9, 10

Red Willow, 63(1)21, 69(2)191

Reed, Alan D., and Jonathon C. Horn: “Early Navajo Occupation of the American Southwest: Reexamination of the Dinetah Phase,” 55(4)283–300

Reed, Paul F.: Chaco’s Northern Prodigies: Salmon, Aztec, and the Ascendancy of the Middle San Juan Region after A.D. 1000 (review), 75(3)377–391; review of Kantner, Ancient Puebloan Southwest, 71(1)125

Reed, Paul F., and Kathy Niles Hensler: “Deciphering a Pueblo I Household in the Central Chuska Valley, New Mexico,” 67(1)31–58

Re-entrada: Santa Fe’s celebration of, 66(2)254–255

“Reevaluating Regional Migration in the Northern San Juan during the Late Pueblo I period: A Reconnaissance Survey of the East Dove Creek Area,” Grant Covey, 72(1)55–70

“A Re-evaluation of Mimbres Faunal Subsistence,” Julia L.J. Sanchez, 61(3)295–307

“A Re-evaluation of the Mogollon-Mimbres Archaeological Sequence," Roger Anyon, Patricia A. Gilman, and Steven A. LeBlanc, 46(4)209–225

Reeve Ruin, 23(4)12–16, 42(34)317–329, 50(2–3)111–128, 66(3)379, 69(1)13, 69(4)383, 384, 70(2)145, 154, 159, 162, 75(2)134, 159–163, 223, 224; perforated plates from, 72(1)12, 18, 19, 20, 31–32

“A Reexamination of Northern Arizona Obsidians,” Lawrence M. Lesko, 54(4)385–399

“Refinements in Dating Late Cibola White Wares,” J. Jefferson Reid, Barbara K. Montgomery, and María Nieves Zedeño, 61(1)31–44

“Refining the Role of Cerros de Trincheras in Southern Arizona Settlement,” Christian E. Downum, Paul R. Fish, and Suzanne K. Fish, 59(3)271–296, 75(2)261–287

“Reflections on the State of Chacoan Research: A Review Essay,” Stephen Plog, 75(3)377–395

Refugees: Pueblo Revolt, 73(2)204–205

Refuge sites: Pueblo Revolt, 62(4)380

Refugia site (Miami Wash), 42(1)5–16

“Regional Diversity in Mogollon Red-on-brown Pottery,” Valli S. Powell, 62(2)185–203

Regional Analysis of Prehistoric Ceramic Variation: Contemporary Studies of the Cibola Whitewares, edited by Alan P. Sullivan and Jeffrey L. Hantman, reviewed by Ben A. Nelson, 51(2)138–139

“Regional Signatures of Hohokam Plant Use,” Robert E. Gasser and Scott J. Kwiatkowski, 56(3)207–226

Reher, Charles A.: review of Sessions, The Archaeology of Southwest Gallegos Mesa: The EPCC Survey Project, 46(3)203–205

Reid, J. Jefferson: “Comments,” in The Archaic-Formative Transition in the Tucson Basin, 60(4)633–640; “Comments on Environment and Behavior at Antelope House,” 41(1)127–132; “The Fourth Mogollon Conference,” 53(2)83–84; “Emil Walter Haury: 1904–1992,” 59(2)242–259

Reid, J. Jefferson (editor): Cholla Project Archaeology, vol. 2, The Chevelon Region (review), 50(1)61–64

Reid, J. Jefferson, and Richard Ciolek-Torrello: “Change in Household Size at Grasshopper,” 40(1-2)39–47

Reid, J. Jefferson, and William A. Longacre: “The University of Arizona Archaeological Field School at Grasshopper: Eleven Years of Multidisciplinary Research and Teaching,” 40(3-2)3–38

Reid, J. Jefferson, Barbara Klie Montgomery, and María Nieves Zedeño: “Refinements in Dating Late Cibola White Wares,” 61(1)31–44

Reid, J. Jefferson, and Stephanie Whittlesey: The Archaeology of Ancient Arizona (review), 63(3)307–309; “A Search for the Philosophical Julian: American Pragmatism and Southwestern Archaeology,” 64(2)275–286

Reinhard, Karl J.: “Prehistoric Cremations from Nogales, Arizona,” 43(3–4)231–252

Reinhard, Karl J., and T. Michael Fink: “The Multi-Individual Cremation Phenomenon of the Santa Cruz Drainage,” 47(3)151–161

Reinhard, Karl J., and Richard H. Hevly: “Dietary and Parasitological Analysis of Coprolites Recovered from Burial 5, Ventana Cave, Arizona, 56(3)319–325

“The Relationship between Ground Stone and Agricultural Intensification in Western New Mexico,” Raymond Mauldin, 58(3)317–330

Religion: Mesoamerican aspects of, 75(2)242

Religion in the Prehistoric Southwest, edited by Christine S. VanPool, Todd L. VanPool, and David A. Phillips, Jr., reviewed by William H. Walker, 74(3)356–358

“Religious Sacramentals from Awatovi,” Watson Smith and Bernard L. Fontana, 36(2)13–16

“Remembrance of Emil W. Haury,” Patricia L. Crown, 59(2)261–265

“Reminiscences in Southwest Archaeology: I,” A. V. Kidder, 25(4)1–32

“Reminiscences in Southwest Archaeology: II,” Neil M. Judd, 26(1)1–6

“Reminiscences in Southwest Archaeology: III,” L. S. M. Curtin, 26(2)1–10

“Reminiscences in Southwest Archaeology: IV,” Harold S. Colton, 26(3)1–7

“Reminiscences of a Franciscan in Papagueria,” Fr. Nicholas Perschl, O.F.M., 24(3)1–9

“Reminiscences on a Friendship,” Charles W. Polzer, 48(4)319–320

Replicative studies: bone artifacts, 44(4)341–373, 46(l–2)39–67

“A Reply to Upham's review of Hohokam Ballcourts and Their Interpretation,” David R. Wilcox and Charles Sternberg, 51(1)43-44

Reptiles: on Hohokam pottery, 66(2)223–245

“Research on Human Bone Material,” Elbert B. Ruth, 11(3)32–34

Reserva de la Biósfera El Pinacate y El Gran Desierto del Altar, 64(2)111

Reservations: Apache, 62(4)351–352; water rights, 63(4)351–356

Reserve Black-on-white, 61(1)33, 36–37, 61(3)269, 62(2)132, 135, 65(2)153; dot-in-a-square motif, 71(3)332, 333

Reserve branch (Mogollon): fallow–valley occupation by, 61(3)278–291

Reserve Indented Corrugated, 65(1)71, 68(2)86–88

Reserve phase, 53(2)113–127, 61(1)36–37, 65(2)153, 70(3)279; kivas, 67(4)397–398, 74(2)131, 134

Reserve region: ceramic motifs, 71(3)317–341; ceremonial rooms, 74(2)135–136

Reservoirs: on Cerro de Moctezuma, 72(3)362; prehistoric, 40(4)295–307; Pueblo Oso Negro, 75(1)11–33; Santa Rosa Wash, 75(2)179–191

Residential structures: Onavas Valley, 72(3)336

Residue analysis: of pottery, 61(2)209–210

Resistance: Hopi clowining as, 74(4)457–459

Resist-dye techniques, 71(3)330

“Resource Mobilization and Hohokam Society: Analysis of Obsidian Artifacts from the Gatlin Site, Arizona,” David E. Doyel, 62(1)45–60

“Rethinking Chaco as a System,” John Kantner, 69(2)207–227

“Rethinking the Pueblo I Period in the San Juan Drainage: Aggregation, Migration, and Cultural Diversity," Richard H. Wilshusen and Scott G. Ortman, 64(3)369–399

“Rethinking the Mogollon Concept,” David R. Wilcox, 53(2)205–209

“Retracing the Battle of Cibecue: Western Apache, Documentary, and Archaeological Interpretations,” John R. Welch, Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh, and Mark Altaha, 71(2)133–163

“A Return to the Question of Cannibalism,” Peter Y. Bullock, 58(2)203–205

“Revised Chronology and Phase Sequence for the Lower Tonto Basin of Central Arizona, A” Mark D. Elson, 62(2)117–147

“Revised Chronology of the Plain Ware and Red Ware Horizons in South and Central Arizona, A, Michael Lindeman and Henry D. Wallace, 70(2)97–120

“Revised Phase System for the Globe-Miami and Tonto Basin Areas, Central Arizona,” David E. Doyel, 41(3–4)241–266

“A Revision in the Government Mountain-Sitgreaves Peak, Arizona, Obsidian Hydration Rate,” Frank F. Findlow, 43(1)27–29

Revitalization movements: in Mesa Verde region, 61(3)241–253; Sand Canyon Pueblo and, 74(2)247–259

Revivalism: and Pueblo Revolt, 73(2)198–202

“A Reworked Clovis Point near Chevelon Ruin, Arizona,” India S. Hesse, 61(1)83–88

Reyes sites, 68(3)159–180

Reyman, Jonathan E.: obituary for Charles H. Lange, 69(2)229–232; review of Judge and Schelberg, Recent Research on Chaco Prehistory, 52(2)147-151; “Solstice Misalignment at Sun Temple: Correcting Fewkes,” 42(3-4)281–284

Reymundo, 69(3)288, 289, 294

Rhymer, Scott: review of Hunner, Inventing Los Alamos: The Growth of an Atomic Community, 74(4)470–471

Rice, Glen: “Water and War: An Ecological Perspective on Hohokam Irrigation,” 63(3)263–301

Rice, Glen, David Wilcox, Kevin Rafferty, and James Schoenwetter: An Archaeological Test of Sites in the Gila Butte-Santan Region, South-Central Arizona (review), 46(l-2)129–132

Rice, Prudence: Pottery Analysis: A Sourcebook (review), 53(1)77–80

Richert, Roland: Excavation of a Portion of the Fast Ruin, Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico (review), 30(3)91

Ridge Ruin, 69(2)195

Ridges Basin: early Pueblo communities in, 72(4)407–428

Riggs, Charles R.: “Late Ancestral Pueblo or Mogollon Pueblo? An Architectural Perspective on Identity,” 70(4)323–348

Right Eye Cave, 61(2)159–163, 168

Rijibara, 73(3)247–258

Riley, Carroll L.: “Adolph Bandelier as Archaeologist,” 29(1)23–27; Becoming Aztlan: Mesoamerican Influence in the Greater Southwest (review), 74(4)465–469; The Frontier People: The Greater Southwest in the Protohistoric Period, (reviews), 49(l-2)119–121, 54(2)165–68; review of Ortiz, Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 10: Southwest, 50(2-3)161–164; The Road to Hawikuh: Trade and Trade Routes to Cibola–Zuni During Late Prehistoric and Early Historic Times,” 41(2)137–159

Riley, Ramon, 69(1)15, 16

Rillito: Arizona Portland Cement Company at, 71(2)191

“Rillito and Rincon Period Settlement Systems in the Middle Santa Cruz River Valley: Alternative Models,” David E. Doyel, 43(2)93–l 10

Rillito Peak, 48(3)137–246, 66(4)506, 508, 75(2)265

Rillito-Rincon period, 43(2)93–110

Rillito Station (Tucson Basin), 49(2–3)225–232

Rim Valley Pueblo, 74(2)134

Rinaldo, John B., 63(1)79; “Notes on the Origins of Historic Zuni Culture,” 29(4)86–98, 74(2)129–140

Rincon Mountains: lithics from, 63(3)249; possible atlatl from, 64(2)195

Rincon Valley: lime kilns in, 71(2)192–193, 195; sites in, 31(3)103–204

Ringo site, 66(4)419

Rio Abajo: Pueblo movement on, 69(1)30–48

Rio Arriba, 73(2)entire issue

“The Rio Arriba: Research Perspectives on the Archaeology of the Northern Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico,” Bradley J. Vierra and J. Michael Bremer, 73(2)113–116

Rio Grande, 51(3)143–164

Rio Grande Glazewares, 63(2)101–114, 68(2)87; technology and use of, 67(2)269–291

Rio Grande Pueblos: Chaco Canyon, 68(3)237; migrations, 62(4)365–383, 66(1)184, 69(1)30–48; pottery production in, 63(2)101–114

Rio Grande region: cultural continuity in, 73(1)31–58; glaze ware production, 74(4)371–381; maize agriculture and climate change, 75(1)87–110; migration to, 72(4)397, 399; Pueblo IV economy, 71(1)11–13

Rio Grande Valley: northern, 73(2)entire issue; obsidian gravels in, 71(1)20–28; rock art with textile designs, 71(3)335(fig.), 337

Rio Puerco of the East, 75(1)95, 104

Rio Puerco of the West: in great houses, 69(2)188–189, 194; in road systems, 63(1)16

Ríos, Pedro, 61(4)381–382

Rio Vista Village (Colorado), (5MT2182), 57(3)251–269, 64(3)386, 387, 388, 67(1)41

Ripples in the Chichimec Sea: New Considerations of Southwestern–Mesoamerican Interactions, edited by Frances Joan Mathien and Randall H. McGuire, reviewed by Robert N. Zeitlin, 53(1)59–65

Rising site (southeast Arizona), 32(3)102–105

Ritual: animals used in, 65(4)361–391, 70(3)263–265; Chaco, 61(3)261–262, 69(2)101, 147–160; Classic period Mimbres, 72(1)71–89; Hohokam art, 66(2)241–242; early pottery, 64(3)328–331; glazeware pottery, 67(3)272–273; Mimbres pottery use in, 61(1)23, 24; Mesa Verde-Chacoan pottery in, 61(3)247–250; Navajo, 68(3)264–265; pit structures and, 73(1)53–55; rabbit drives, 65(2)105; rock art, 69(1)16, 20; tourism, 66(2)249–264; trash, 70(2)163–164

“Ritual and Residence: The Social Implications of Classic Mimbres Ceremonial Spaces,” Sarah C. Clayton, 71(2)71–92

Ritual system: Hohokam, 75(2)139

Rivera, Ernest, 66(2)259, 260

“On Rivers and Boundaries in the Phoenix Basin, Arizona,” David E. Doyel, 58(4)455–474

“On the Road and in the Field in 1919: The University of Arizona Summer Archaeological Field Season,” Martha A. Brace, 51(3)189–200

Roadmap site, 68(2)80, 94

Roadrunner Village, 64(4)486, 488, 491, 492

Roads: Chacoan, 62(3)262, 63(1)7–29, 63(1)35–61, 64(1)7–23, 66(3)336–338, 69(2)130–131, 195–196, 212–213, 220–221, 71(1)37–52; Hinkson site, 61(3)267–268

“The Road to Hawikuh: Trade and Trade Routes to Cibola-Zuni during Late Prehistoric and Early Historic Times,” Carroll L. Riley, 41(2)137–159

Roasting mounds: Western Apache, 75(1)42

Roasting pits: Adobe Dam site, 47(3)171–176; from Cohonina sites, 61(4)444, 447; Early Agricultural sites, 67(1)66; Paiute, 73(4)423; Pima, 46(4)227–242; southeast Utah, 70(2)127; in southwestern Arizona, 66(4)508–509

Roberts, Heidi, and Richard V.N. Ahlstrom: “Malaria, Microbes, and Mechanisms of Change,” 63(2)117–135

Robinson, Sherry: Apache Voices: Their Stories of Survival as Told to Eve Ball (review), 66(2)307–308

Robinson, William J.: “A Construction Sequence for Hubbell Trading Post and Residence,” 50(4)219–236; “Excavations at San Xavier del Bac, 1958,” 29(2)35–57; “Mission Guevavi: Excavations in the Convento,” 42(2)135–175; “A New Type of Ceremonial Pottery Killing at Point of Pines,” 23(3)12–14; review of Brothwell and Higgs, Science in Archaeology, 30(1)25

Robles Ortiz, Manuel and Francisco Manzo Taylor: “Clovis Fluted Points from Sonora, Mexico,” translated by James Griffith, 37(4)199–206, 38(1)53

Rocek, Thomas R.: review of Towner, The Archaeology of Navajo Origins, 63(2)177–181

Rock, James T.: “Antelope House Methodology,” 41(1)23–31; “Introduction” in Environment and Behavior at Antelope House, 41(1)3–5; “The Use of Social Models in Archaeological Interpretation,” 40(1-2)81–91

Rock, James Taylor, and Don P. Morris (editors): Environment and Behavior at Antelope House, 1(1)entire issue

Rock art, 54(4)415–417, 59(3)319–344; at alcove sites, 61(2)139; Anasazi, 54(2)153–161, 54(3)313–328, 60(2)289–311; Archaic, 55(3)213–234; Barrier Canyon style, 61(4)402, 411; Basketmaker, 62(4)393–416, 72(2)180, 72(2)186–200, 203; Canyon de Chelly, 45(4)279–283, 46(4)273–280, 48(4)323–327; dated, 65(3)253–263; Gila Petroglyph Style, 50(2–3)95–109; Great Gallery, 73(3)293(fig.); at Hinkson site, 61(3)264; Hohokam, 66(2)240–243; Hohokam Scratched Style, 45(1–2)95–118; at Lake Pleasant Regional Park, 68(3)185–217; as maps, 70(4)413–420; Mogollon, 53(4)335–356, 55(1)71–86, 55(4)301–319; recording methodology, 43(3–4)183–199; Rillito Peak, 48(3)137–246; in San Pedro Valley, 69(1)5–24; shield bearing figures in, 68(3)247–266; with textile designs, 71(3)335(fig.), 337; at Tinajas Altas, 66(4)503; Tucson Basin, 45(1–2)95–118, 50(2–3)95–109; Western Archaic, 64(3)325

“Rock Art and Ceramic Art in the Jornada Mogollon Region,” Joe D. Stewart, Paul Matousek, and Jane H. Kelley, 55(4)301–319

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