Botanical Analysis (Other Keyword)

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Ancient Californians: Rancholabrean Hunters of the Mojave Lakes Country (1978)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Emma L. Davis. D. E. Fortsch. P. J. Mehringer, Jr.. C. Panlaqui. G. I. Smith.

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Archaeological Excavations at the Pontiac Pit Site: a Multi-Component Campsite in the Rocky Mountains (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Terri L. Liestman. R. Madole. M. S. Toll. A. C. Cully. N. Hamblin.

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Botanical analysis of sediments in offerings and fill at Tenochtitlan’s Great Temple (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Aurora Montúfar López. Julia Pérez Pérez.

In this paper, botanical remains in sedimentological samples from offerings and fill are analyzed for biological identification. Seeds, fibers, resins, and other vegetal structures recovered using Struever’s floatation technique, modified by members of the Paleobotanical and Paleoenvironmental Laboratory, in the Institute of Anthropological Research (IIA), at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), yielded propagules, charred bits of textiles, copal, thorn fragments, splinters, and...


Dolores Archaeological Program Technical Reports, DAP-031: Excavations at Moonlight House (Site 5Mt2205), a Pueblo I Seasonal Use Site (1982)
DOCUMENT Full-Text James H. Kleidon.

Moonlight House (Site 5MT2205), located in extreme southwestern Colorado, is a two-room structure dating to the Pueblo I Period (A.D. 750-900) of the Anasazi Tradition. The site was excavated in 1979 by the Dolores Archaeological Program as an example of a nonhabitational, special-use site. Upon excavation of Moonlight House, it was determined that the site served primarily as a storage facility and food-processing center. Originally the information in this record was migrated into tDAR...


Dolores Archaeological Program Technical Reports, DAP-033: Excavations at Faraway House (Site 5Mt4763), a Pueblo I / Pueblo II Limited Activity Site (1982)
DOCUMENT Citation Only James H. Kleidon.

Faraway House, Site 5MT4763, was excavated in 1979 as part of the Dolores Archaeological Program (D.A.P.), located in extreme southwestern Colorado. The site was selected for excavation to expand the sample of limited activity/seasonal use sites in the D.A.P. data base . The site consists of a masonry storage bin and two hearths and is located near arable soils. It is inferred that the site was built by the Anasazi during the Pueblo I or Pueblo II period and was used seasonally for the storage...


Evaluating and Re-evaluating the Importance of Cacao, Nicotine, and Macrobotanicals at Alkali Ridge Site 13, an Early Pueblo I Site in Southeast Utah (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Katie Richards.

Alkali Ridge Site 13 is one of the largest and earliest Pueblo I sites ever found in the American Southwest. Located in southeast Utah, the site was originally excavated by J.O. Brew in the early 1930s. Brew’s final site report includes brief descriptions of most major artifact types found at the site, but largely ignores the abundant botanical remains discovered there. Even though little research has been conducted on the macrobotanical remains, recent residue studies on pottery have shown...


EXAMINATION OF BULK SOIL FOR ORGANIC MATERIAL FROM THE JOHN DAY RIVER, OREGON (2002)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Kathryn Puseman.

A single bulk soil sample from a flood deposit on the John Day River near Twickenham, north-central Oregon, was floated to recover organic fragments suitable for radiocarbon analysis. Botanic components and detrital charcoal were identified, and potentially radiocarbon datable material was separated.


EXAMINATION OF BULK SOIL FOR RADIOCARBON DATABLE MATERIAL FROM A SMALL, UNNAMED FAULT NEAR FORT PIERCE WASH, SOUTHWEST UTAH (2002)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Kathryn Puseman.

Two bulk soil samples from a small, unnamed fault near St. George in the southwest corner of Utah were floated to recover organic fragments suitable for radiocarbon analysis. Botanic components were identified, and potentially radiocarbon datable material was separated.


Muir: An Early Fort Ancient Site in the Inner Bluegrass (1988)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Christopher A. Turnbow. William E. Sharp. Emanuel Breitburg. Jack Rossen. Matthew Walters.

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POLLEN AND BOTANIC ANALYSIS OF SAMPLES FROM THE STONE BALL SITE (48SW11666), SOUTHWESTERN WYOMING (2002)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Linda Scott Cummings. Kathryn Puseman.

Seventeen pollen and a single botanic sample were submitted for analysis from the Stone Ball Site (48SW11666). Seven pollen samples represent hearth fills, six samples represent the cultural level and ash/rock middens, and four samples represent washes of rock slabs used as lining for slab-lined hearths. Two of these washes were examined from each component. Two components were noted at this site. Component B, the oldest, is anchored by calibrated radiocarbon ages of 5480 to 4570 BP. This...


Survey and Excavations in Joshua Tree National Monument: Report of the 1985 Joshua Tree Road Improvements Project (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Richard G. Ervin.

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The Use of Mesquite in the Great Basin (1987)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Adella Schroth.

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