Hogback (Geographic Keyword)
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RADIOCARBON AGE DETERMINATION OF A BONE SAMPLE FROM THE SWALLOW SHELTER, 5JF321, JEFFERSON COUNTY, COLORADO (2018)
Swallow Shelter (5JF331) is located in the foothills of the Colorado Front Range. Nestled in the hogback area, the surrounding vegetation includes Gambel's oak (Quercus gambelii), grasses, and forbs. Excavation over the period of years has yielded numerous artifacts, including a collection of decorated burned and calcined bone. A portion of one of the decorated, calcined bone fragments was selected for AMS radiocarbon dating.