Cienega Site (Site Name Keyword)

1-16 (16 Records)

CARP Ceramic Database (Slipped Ceramics, Excav & Survey) (2016)
DATASET Keith Kintigh.

Ceramic data on slipped ceramics from the Cibola Archaeological Research Project excavation and survey. Suzanne Eckert did the ceramic identifications.

CARP Ceramic Database (Utility, Excavation) (2017)
DATASET Keith Kintigh.

Utility Ceramic Counts for Cibola Archaeological Research Project excavations. Note corrugated grayware not differentiated by color (Gray, Intermediate, Buff-Orange).

CARP Coding Sheet for Macrobotanical Database (2016)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Sarah Oas.

Coding sheet for macrobotanical data from the Cibola Archaeological Project (CARP) collected during the summers of 1972 and 1973.

CARP Coding Sheet for Plant Sample Master List (2016)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Sarah Oas.

Coding sheet for macrobotanical sample list from the Cibola Archaeological Project (CARP) collected during the summers of 1972 and 1973.

CARP Fauna Coding Key (2007)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Tiffany Clark.

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CARP Macrobotanical Database (2016)
DATASET Sarah Oas.

Macrobotanical data from the Cibola Archaeological Project (CARP) collected during the summers of 1972 and 1973.

CARP Master Sample Sheet for Macrobotanical Database (2016)
DATASET Sarah Oas.

Master sample sheet for macrobotanical data from the Cibola Archaeological Project (CARP) collected during the summers of 1972 and 1973.

CARP: Notes on the Typing of Slipped Ceramics 7/26/83 (1983)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Keith Kintigh.

Kintigh's notes on how the slipped ceramics were typed.

Cibola Archaeological Research Project (CARP)
PROJECT Steven LeBlanc. Patty Jo Watson. Charles Redman. National Science Foundation.

This NSF-funded research project was directed by Patty Jo Watson, Steven LeBlanc, and Charles Redman. In the summers of 1972 and 1973 it accomplished survey and excavation in the El Morro Valley of New Mexico.

The Cibola Archaeological Research Project: Procedures and Results (1972 Season) (1972)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Steven A. Leblanc. William Marquardt.

Procedures and results from the 1972 season of the Cibola Archaeological Research Project.

Cibola Corrugated: A Proposed New Pottery Type from the Southwest (1975)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Thomas E. McGarry.

The purpose of this thesis is to describe a heretofore undescribed and unnamed pottery type from the Southwest. This has been accomplished by the traditional observational method and through the use of statistical techniques identifying stylistic attribute associations. Discrete attributes have been identified on Clbola Corrugated Pottery. Twelve of these exhibit frequencies sufficient for statistical analysis. Two groups of associated attributes, four each, were identified. The first group is...

DOCUMENT Full-Text Deborah Huntley.

Across the northern Southwest, the Pueblo IV period (A.D. 1275-1400) was a time of dramatic change in settlement patterns, religious configurations, and social relationships, leading to the constant redefinition of social boundaries and identities and the establishment of multiple social connections. This dissertation explores the spatial and social scales at which residents of Zuni region nucleated villages focused social interactions and defined social boundaries and identities. This is...

Patterns of Prehistoric Settlement in the El Morro Valley, New Mexico (1973)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Patricia E. Rubertone.

The design of ·the research hypotheses sampling, data collection and analyses, has made it possible to extrapolate for the region in general the transformations of the natural into the cultural landscape. The analysis of the pattern of settlement when evaluated in terms of the distribution of natural resources exposes many innuendos of prehistoric land use. While the utilization of resources is not totally dependent on demographic variables,(i.e., religious, social etc., norms can also program...

Prehistoric Settlement and Adaptation in the Ramah Valley, New Mexico (1973)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Deborah M. Pearsall.

This paper will attempt to reconstruct the valley-wide systems of subsistence of six pueblos occupying a small valley in northwestern New Mexico around 1300 A.D. As any investigation of this nature must be, it is a hypothetical model, built using data rom a variety of sources, including archaeological excavation, settlement pattern analysis, ethnographic analogy, and the natural limitations of the environment.

Rincon Phase Seasonal Occupation in the Northern Tucson Basin (1990)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Mary Bernard-Shaw. Frederick W. Huntington.

In 1985 the Center for Desert Archaeology, Inc. conducted archaeological investigations at the Cienega site, AZ BB:9:143 (ASM), and site AZ BB:9:44 (ASM), in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains. These investigations were sponsored by Cienega Properties, Inc., and archaeological testing, mapping, and excavations were conducted prior to the residential development of the area. This report documents the results of this study and focuses primarily on the Hohokam remains of the Cienega...

A Temporal Perspective on Late Prehistoric Societies in the Western Cibola Area: Factor Analytic Approches to Short-term Chronological Investigation (1974)
DOCUMENT Full-Text William Marquardt.

This paper has presented background information on the Cibola area, especially the El Morro Valley, and reasons for the investigation have been stated in terms of descriptive, methodological, and theoretical goals. Chapter 2 included descriptions of the research strategies of the Cibola Archeological Research Project and "accounts of the field investigations carried out in 1972 and 1973. In chapter 3 the focus turned to the painted ceramic materials found by the Cibola Project. The pottery...