Utilizing Corrugated Wares to Explore Regional Variations in the Virgin Branch Puebloan Culture
This poster will examine the variation of corrugated ceramics from the Virgin Branch Puebloan sites located on the Shivwits Plateau and in the lowland region of the Moapa Valley. Variation between these two regions is examined, as well as changes in corrugated designs over time and differences between wares. These data allow us to evaluate patterns of social interaction, trading networks and learning interactions between sites and regions.
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Utilizing Corrugated Wares to Explore Regional Variations in the Virgin Branch Puebloan Culture. Shannon Horton, Karen Harry. Presented at The 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, California. 2015 ( tDAR id: 397468)
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