Fortified Hill Site (Other Keyword)
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The Fort Mountain Site, AZ T:8:5 (ASM) / AZ T:8:34 (ASU), is a masonry-walled Hohokam compound atop Fort Mountain, a volcanic butte adjacent to Cave Creek in northern Phoenix, Arizona. The site also includes a number of petroglyphs. Excavation results indicate that the compound included three masonry rooms, one possible ramada, two courtyards, two corridors, two extramural areas, and two surface artifact concentrations along with the enclosing masonry wall. Petroglyphs included spirals,...
Plant Materials from the Fortified Hill Site (1966)
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