Vertebrate Faunal Analysis (Other Keyword)

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Archaeology and History at the Sites Homestead: a Nineteenth Century Farmstead in West Virginia (1983)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Janet G. Brashler.

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Examination of Vertebrate Faunal Remains & C14 Radiocarbon Results, Site 44PG316, Fort Lee (1989)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Fort Lee Regional Archaeological Curation Facility.

This document contains results of the examination of vertebrate faunal remains from Bull Hill Run Site, 44PG316, with accompanying field notes and radiocarbon sample data sheets.


The Grewe Archaeological Research Project, Volume 2: Material Culture, Part II: Stone, Shell, and Bone Artifacts and Biological Remains (2001)
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This is the second in a series of three volumes documenting the results of the Grewe Archaeological Research Project (GARP). The Project was carried out by Northland Research, Inc. (Northland), under contract to the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT). Portions of three prehistoric sites were investigated on the project - Grewe, Horvath, and Casa Grande Ruins. Each of the sites represents a separate spatial and temporal component of the Grewe-Casa Grande settlement, one of the preeminent...


Phase III Archaeological Investigations on the Bull Hill Run Site (44PG316), A Multi-Component Prehistoric Site in Prince George County, Virginia (1989)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Christopher P. Egghart. Virginia Commonwealth University Archaeological Research Center.

This report presents the findings of the Phase III Investigation of site 44PG316 in Prince George County, Virginia. The site was first identified during land clearing activities associated with the construction of US Route 295. The Virginia Commonwealth University Archaeological Research Center (VCU-ARC) entered a contractual agreement with the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) to conduct archaeological testing. The initial goals of the investigation were to asses the size and...


Phase III Archaeological Investigations on the Bull Hill Run Site 44PG316, Fort Lee (FL1989.002)
PROJECT Michael B. Barber. Christopher P. Egghart. L. Daniel Mouer.

Site 44PG316 is a small multi-component prehistoric site located along Bull Hill Run in Prince George County, Virginia. Excavations identified occupations dating from the Late Archaic/Transitional through Late Woodland periods. Although natural disturbance in the form of flood scouring was noted, the site has remained unplowed and some stratigraphic separation of cultural material was present. Artifacts and floral remains recovered suggest that the exploitation of acorns and other plant foods...


Tonto Creek Archaeological Project - Artifact and Environmental Analyses, Volume 2: Stone Tool and Subsistence Studies (2002)
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The Tonto Creek Archaeological Project (TCAP), funded by the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), was conducted by Desert Archaeology, Inc., in advance of the 1994-1996 realignment of Arizona State Route 188 in the Tonto Basin of east-central Arizona. From 1992 to 1996, portions of 27 archaeological sites were investigated. Site components ranged in date from the Middle Archaic period to the Late Historic era. Most dated to the Colonial, Sedentary, and early Classic periods, circa A.D....