Pueblo II - III (Temporal Keyword)
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This report includes Chapter 13 of the Black Mesa Archaeological Project. This chapter discusses compliance activities, disposition of human remains, unanticipated cultural finds, and religious and ceremonial concerns surrounding the Black Mesa Archaeological Project. Sections of this chapter have been revised on the dates of 02/04/2000, 08/28/2001, and 10/10/2002.
Ceramics of Aztec North and the Terrace Community, Aztec Ruins National Monument (2015)
This study reports on a ceramic analysis of nearly 1500 surface-collected potsherds from five unexcavated sites on the river terrace at Aztec Ruins National Monument, including the Aztec North great house. I conducted a detailed attribute analysis and mean ceramic dating. The mean ceramic date for Aztec North is AD 1104±39, while other terrace sites have later mean dates. Based on these dates, it appears that Aztec North was constructed before or contemporaneously with Aztec West, and it...
Cholla Project Archaeology, Volume 1, Introduction and Special Studies (1982)
The Arizona Public Service Cholla-Saguaro Transmission Line Mitigation Project, an undertaking as large as its full title suggests, began in April of 1977. The purpose of the Cholla Project was to mitigate construction impacts on prehistoric sites along that portion of the line extending from the Cholla generating plant, near the Little Colorado River, to the upper drainage of Devore Wash, south of Lake Roosevelt, a distance of 135 transmission-line miles. The results of the Cholla Project are...
The Coronado Project Archaeological Investigations: The Ash Disposal and Evaporation Pond Site (1981)
The Museum of Northern Arizona conducted an archaeological investigation and mitigation program near St. Johns, Arizona, in an area proposed as the site for ash disposal and evaporation pond facilities associated with the Coronado generating station, then under construction. The archaeological survey located 33 sites, including Archaic and Pueblo period camps and residences, stone quarry locations, and several historic period sites. An attempt is made to place all sites within a broad temporal...
Michelle I. Turner Dissertation, Appendix 6: Aztec North (LA 5603) Flotation Samples Analyzed by Nikki Berkebile and Karen R. Adams. September 24, 2018. (2019)
This data sheet summarizes the results of archaeobotanical analysis of six flotation samples from Aztec North. Analysis was conducted by by Jean (Nikki) Berkebile and Karen Adams.
Ritualized Animal Burials at Champagne Spring - Part II: Analysis and interpretation of burial fauna in Structure 37, Champagne Spring - 5DL2333 (2017)
Excavations in Structure 37, an early Pueblo II period kiva at Champagne Spring Ruins in Dolores County Colorado, encountered the ritualized burials of numerous turkeys, canids and an American Crow. These buried animals represented part of the final closure of the structure. The description, analysis and interpretation of these remains are discussed in detail.
Ritualized Animal Burials at Champagne Spring - Part I: Analysis and interpretation of burial fauna in Structure 34 Champagne Spring - 5DL2333 (2017)
Excavations in Structure 34, an early Pueblo II period kiva at Champagne Spring Ruins in Dolores County Colorado, encountered the ritualized burials of numerous turkeys, canids, a cottontail rabbit and a rattlesnake. These buried animals represented part of the final closure of the structure. The description, analysis and interpretation of these remains are discussed in detail.