Brick Kiln Site (Other Keyword)
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This article focuses on the findings of site 15SH50; representing the first archaeological investigation of a temporary brick kiln, or "clamp," in Kentucky. Bricks and brickmaking have received little attention in archaeological literature considering the almost universal presence of brick artifacts on most historic archaeological sites. The information generated from the excavations at site 15SH50 includes data on the size, design, and operation of the clamp and associated features. The...
Phase I - III Archaeological Survey of the Ros-207-O.Oo Project: Demonstration of the Effective Use of Multiphase Cultural Resource Studies in Early Highway Planning at an Archaeologically Sensitive Locale (1983)
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