Horizon 11 Recovery Technique
Recovery Technique Coding Sheet
Cite this Record
Horizon 11 Recovery Technique. Sarah Neusius. 1979 ( tDAR id: 393767) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8KH0P89
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Ontology: Fauna Recovery Method Ontology
Category: Provenience and Context
Subcategory: Recovery Method
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Individual & Institutional Roles
Contact(s): Sarah Neusius
Prepared By(s): Indiana University of Penn.
General Note: The Koster faunal databases loaded in tDAR were identified by several zooarchaeologists. Frederick C. Hill and his assistants identified much of the early material collected in test units dug in 1969 as well as materials from the excavation of Horizons 1-6. Hill's 1975 dissertation (see reference list associated with this project) is a primary source for this material. Sarah W. Neusius identified faunal remains from Horizons 8-10B as well as a small sample of materials from Horizon 11. Her 1982 dissertation as well as a 1986 article (see references) are the primary sources for this material. John Hewitt created the faunal file for Horizons 8-10B identifications in conjunction with his own 1982 dissertation (see references) Andrea L. Boon completed a MA thesis on a large sample of materials from Horizon 11 and reported on this research in her 2011 thesis (see references).
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