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An Analysis of Lithic Production at the La Milpa Sinkhole (RB-25-A5) (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Richard Nicolas.

Caves are prominent earth openings in Maya sites that are widely recognized as being important sacred landmarks. There is a wide range of earth openings at sites, however, that are rarely recognized as possible landmarks and this can impact the interpretation of associated artifacts. Investigation of the La Milpa Sinkhole (RB-25-A5) is a case in point. Investigation in 2012 classified the feature as a trash pit. The recovery of large quantities of what were thought to be chert flakes led to the...


Archaeological Investigations of Deeply Stratified Deposits at Crumps Sink, South-Central Kentucky, USA (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Justin Carlson.

In the holokarstic Sinkhole Plain, sinkholes provided access to cave entrances for shelter, water, chert outcrops, and contain distinct microenvironments. As closed basins, sinkholes accumulate sediment from the surrounding catchment, burying archaeological deposits, sometimes rapidly. Therefore, these sites can provide critical information concerning paleoenvironmental change and human use of the surrounding landscape. Excavations were undertaken at Crumps Sink in the summer of 2015 to assess...


An Archaeological Reconnaissance of Approximately 328 Acres (2000)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael French. Anne Tobbe Bader.

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Archeological Survey of Tree Removal Zones at Wilson's Creek National Battlefield (1984)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Jack H. Ray. Susan M. Monk.

The purpose of the archeological survey was the discovery and recording of archeological sites in four proposed areas to be affected by removal of "exotic" vegetation (i.e., osage orange and cedar trees) by heavy machinery. The survey was conducted in compliance with Federal legislation and Executive Order 11593, designed to protect and enhance archeological, historical, and architectural resources which might be adversely affected by projects supported by Federal funds or requiring Federal...


An Intensive Cultural Resources Survey of 4,836 Acres Within Selected Portions of the Fort Campbell Military Reservation, Montgomery and Stewart Counties, Tennessee, and Christian and Trigg Counties, Kentucky (2001)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Eric S. Albertson. C. Andrew Buchner.

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Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Nugent Crossroads Project: a Proposed Gas Pipeline in Woodford County, Kentucky (2001)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Patrick D. Trader.

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Phase II Testing of the Mims Site (15BB51) Located Along Paris Pike Bourbon County, Kentucky (2000)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Richard Stallings. Nancy Ross-Stallings.

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