Besant Projectile Points From the Antonsen Site (24GA660), Gallatin County, Montana: Within Sample Variance
Author(s): Charles D. Zeier
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Besant Projectile Points From the Antonsen Site (24GA660), Gallatin County, Montana: Within Sample Variance. Charles D. Zeier. Archaeology In Montana. 24 (2): 1-57. 1983 ( tDAR id: 104175)
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
Besant • Late Middle Prehistoric Period • Old Women's Phase
Chipped Stone • Fauna
24GA660 • Antonsen Site • Artifact Life History • Basal Grinding • Besant Lanceolate • Besant Trianguloid • Bison Bone • Bison Kill • Bonebed • Bozeman Hot Springs Jump Site • Breakage Patterns • Campsite • Chapman Site • Hafting • Metric Analysis • Non-Metric Attributes • Point Provenience • Projectile Point Analysis • Quantitative Analysis • Radiocarbon Dating • Recycling • Resharpening • Retipping • Reuse • Sidenotched Projectile Point • Typology
30031 (Fips Code) • Gallatin (County) • Montana (State / Territory) • North America (Continent) • United States of America (Country)
min long: -111.805; min lat: 44.474 ; max long: -110.784; max lat: 46.193 ;
lccn(s): sn 87012107 79003010
NADB document id number(s): 5190625
NADB citation id number(s): 000000163291