San Diego, California (Geographic Keyword)
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A single ceramic sherd was recovered from Unit 2 at SD1-10,809. This probable Tizon Brownware exhibited a blackened residue of unknown origin on the interior. Phytolith and starch granule analysis was undertaken to identify contents of this residue.
POLLEN ANALYSIS FOR SITE CA-SDI-48, SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA (1998)
Eleven pollen samples were examined from two vertical units at site CA-SDI-48, a prehistoric site located in Pt. Loma adjacent to the Pacific Ocean. Stratigraphic pollen analysis was undertaken to identify prehistoric vegetation in this area. Radiocarbon ages indicate that the majority of the stratigraphic samples represent the time interval between approximately 4600 and 5700 or 6200 BP.
POLLEN AND PROTEIN RESIDUE ANALYSIS AT SITE CA-SDI-5326, CALIFORNIA (2000)
Two manos and one metate fragment from Site CA-SDI-5326 in southern California were washed for pollen and possible protein residues. This site is located within the northern limit of the City of San Diego and is believed to represent a temporary resource extraction and processing camp. Pollen and protein residue analysis is used to provide information concerning plant and animal resources that might have been processed using these tools.
PROTEIN RESIDUE ANALYSIS OF LITHIC ARTIFACTS FROM THE SILVAS-MCCOY SITE, OLD TOWN SAN DIEGO STATE HISTORICAL PARK, CALIFORNIA (1996)
Three lithic artifacts from the historic Silvas-McCoy site in the Old Town San Diego State Historical Park in southern California were analyzed for possible protein residues. This site consists of five houses built during the late Mexican (1821-1846) to early United States (1846- 1872) periods. Protein residue analysis is used to determine if the artifacts were used to process animal remains.