Batacosa, a Río Sonora or Serrana site?
Author(s): Cristina García-Moreno
Our work conducted in 2009 and 2010 in Batacosa, an archaeological site first recorded in 1967 by William Wasley, and later visited by Victoria Dirst, allowed us to determine their full extent and material culture, in addition to date this site to the Batacosa (200 -700 AD) and early Cuchujaqui phases of the south branch of what Richard Pailes defined in 1973 as Río Sonora culture, geographically located in the Sonoran lower foothills. In this paper we present the results obtained by Proyecto Arqueológico Sur de Sonora and discuss the filiation of this extensive site.
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Batacosa, a Río Sonora or Serrana site?. Cristina García-Moreno. Presented at The 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, California. 2015 ( tDAR id: 396187)
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