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Chevelon Ruin (AZ P:2:11 [ASM]) Mapping Project

Author(s): E. Charles Adams

Year: 2002

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Summary

From July 1-11, 2002, staff, students, and volunteers with the Homol'ovi Research Program, Arizona State Museum, the University of Arizona traced and mapped wall alignments at Chevelon Ruin (AZ P:2: 11 [ASM]). Outlines to a total of 67 rooms comprising most of two of the seven room blocks at Chevelon were documented. These data will be used to develop an excavation strategy for fieldwork at Chevelon over the next three summers. Sixty-two of the documented rooms came from Room Block 200 (RB200) with the other 5 rooms from Room Block 400 (RB400). The tracing revealed that RB200 is nearly circular in layout surrounding a plaza. RB400, on the other hand, consisted of a single probable kiva with four unattached, but associated rooms. The level of vandalism encountered was severe, but numerous unvandalized areas that are promising for excavations were noted. Exposed walls, room block outlines, areas of wall fall, burned areas, and the topography of the village were also mapped. Of particular note is the apparent extensive burning encountered in disturbed fill in RB 100, 200, and 500.


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Chevelon Ruin (AZ P:2:11 [ASM]) Mapping Project. E. Charles Adams. Tucson, AZ: Arizona State Museum. 2002 ( tDAR id: 399320) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8Z321GB


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Spatial Coverage

min long: -110.673; min lat: 35.02 ; max long: -110.654; max lat: 35.05 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Paula Pflepsen

Prepared By(s): Arizona State Museum; University of Arizona


Record Identifiers

Interagency Agreement No. (s): ASP-ISA 01-095

SHPO no.(s): 2002-902

ASM Project Permit No.(s): 2002-106ps

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Chevelon-Ruin-mapping-project.pdf 629.93kb Jul 1, 2002 Sep 21, 2015 11:50:22 AM Public
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Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America