Pueblo II-Pueblo III (Temporal Keyword)
1-3 (3 Records)
Between 900 and 1140 CE, people at Chaco Canyon and throughout its region built multistory monumental structures with hundreds of rooms, known as great houses. This dissertation reports on recent archaeological testing on one such great house, the Aztec North great house at Aztec Ruins National Monument. I argue that Aztec North’s occupation represents an early, transitional period, as people previously not involved in the Chaco world made choices that increasingly brought them into Chaco’s...
Michelle I. Turner dissertation, Appendix 4: Lithic Data (2019)
Dataset for chipped stone from the Aztec North great house. Analysis by Kellam Throgmorton
The Navajo Project: Archaeological Investigations, Page to Phoenix 500 kV Southern Transmission Line (1980)
In the spring of 1970, the Museum of Northern Arizona contracted with Arizona Public Service Company to provide archaeological investigations for the Navajo Project 500kV Southern Transmission Lines from Page to Phoenix, Arizona. The right-of-way, 330 feet wide and approximately 256 miles long, crossed four major environmental zones - plateau, mountain, transition, and desert - and portions of five prehistoric culture areas. Eighty-eight sites were recorded along the line, 20 of which were...