Heshotauthla (Site Name Keyword)
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This thesis follows the palaeopathological and social history of the turkey, Meleagris gallopavo, over a thousand years (AD 900- c. 1900) and illuminates the evolving nature of turkey-human relationships. Interdependent analyses of zooarchaeological data and historical documentary sources were undertaken for this project. Palaeopathological and metrical data were gathered from turkey elements excavated from archaeological sites in the American Southwest, the UK and Éire; these were used with...
HARP Excavation Ceramic Database (2016)
Ceramic data from the Heshotauthla Archaeological Research Project excavations at the site of Heshotauthla. Suzanne Eckert did the ceramic identifications.
HARP Fauna (1996)
Heshotauthla Archaeological Research Project faunal database. All project fauna analyzed. Ca. 2100 elements recorded.
HARP Fauna Coding Key (1996)
Coding key for HARP fauna dataset
HARP Faunal Analysis Letter Report (1996)
Letter report with summary table of species represented. Accompanied database.
HARP Survey Ceramic Database (2016)
Ceramic data from the Heshotauthla Archaeological Research Project survey around the site of Heshotauthla. Suzanne Eckert did the ceramic identifications.
Heshotauthla Archaeological Research Project (HARP)
The Heshotauthla Archaeological Research Project (HARP) did limited excavation at the Pueblo IV site of Heshotauthla and intensive systematic survey in the area of the site on the Zuni Indian Reservation. Excavation was limited to areas threatened by erosion and areas thought t have been previously excavated by the Hemenway Southwestern Archaeological Expedition in the late 1880s. HARP survey recorded 305 prehistoric and historic sites in 10.4 square kilometers, including a post-Chaocan great...
Heshotauthla Plan (1991)
Plans of Heshotauthla. Hemenway Expedition Map, Fewkes Published Map, 1991 map based on Fewkes published map showing Arizona State University 1990-1991 excavation units in approximate locations, Heshotauthla location map. Additional, better maps will be added.
INTERACTION, BOUNDARIES AND IDENTITIES: A MULTISCALAR APPROACH TO THE ORGANIZATIONAL SCALE OF PUEBLO IV ZUNI SOCIETY (2004)
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...