44PG316 (Site Name Keyword)
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This resource contains an inventory of artifacts excavated at the Bull Hill Run Site, 44PG316, located at Fort Lee, Virginia.
Examination of Vertebrate Faunal Remains & C14 Radiocarbon Results, Site 44PG316, Fort Lee (1989)
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.
Phase III Archaeological Investigations on the Bull Hill Run Site (44PG316), A Multi-Component Prehistoric Site in Prince George County, Virginia (1989)
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)
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...