Continuity and Change: Part 4

Part of the Archeology of Lake Elsinore (DRAFT) project

Author(s): Donn Grenda

Year: 1997

Summary

Part 4 presents the analyses of artifacts. Worked bone and lithic analyses inform on technology, whereas shell ornaments and beads provide hints about the more personal aspects of prehistoric life. Although minor changes in material culture emerge, the clear pattern is 8,500 years on continuity. Combined with the analyses presented in Part 3, these chapters provide the data to interpret site structure and address many of the research issues outline in Part 2.

Cite this Record

Continuity and Change: Part 4. Donn Grenda. In Continuity and Change: 8,500 Years of Lacustrine Adaptation on the Shores of Lake Elsinore. 1997 ( tDAR id: 369317) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8DZ06D3

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Spatial Coverage

min long: -117.342; min lat: 33.648 ; max long: -117.319; max lat: 33.683 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Donn Grenda; Statistical Research, Inc

Principal Investigator(s): Jeffrey Altschul

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