Bone Tools (Material Keyword)

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Dolores Archaeological Program Technical Reports, DAP-060: Reductive Technologies Group Midlevel Research design (1983)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Carl J. Phagan.

The Reductive Technology Group of the Dolores Archaeological Program has developed a series of integrated analysis systems for interpreting stone and bone tools at several analytic scales, or intensities, and within several broad technological categories. All stone and bone tools are subjected to a preliminary inventory analysis which is focused on identifying variability in production technology. Separate, more intensive analytic systems are used to examine other kinds or levels of variability...


Dolores Archaeological Program Technical Reports, DAP-082: Excavations at Prince Hamlet (Site 5MT2161), a Pueblo I habitation site (1983)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Lynne Sebastian.

Prince Hamlet, Site 5MT2161, is a Pueblo I habitation site that was investigated by the Dolores Archaeological program during the 1979 and 1980 field seasons. Evidence of three separate periods of occupation was encountered. The first occupation appears to- have begun sometime after A.D. 720 and to have ended prior to A.D. 840. The exact nature and areal extent of this occupation is uncertain, but it definitely included at least one substantial surface structure and probably one pitstructure....


Excavations in the Santa Cruz River Floodplain: The Middle Archaic Component at Los Pozos (1999)
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The Middle Archaic remains reported here are a component of a larger distribution designated as AZ AA:12:91(ASM) in the Arizona State Museum Site Survey system and named Los Pozos. The site was investigated in anticipation of impacts from proposed Arizona Department of Transportation improvements to the Interstate 10 corridor in the Tucson metropolitan area (Mabry 1993b; Preface to this volume). In addition to the spatially restricted Middle Archaic remains, the site includes an extensive Early...