Dayatou and Siwashan - Preliminary Report on the 2015 Season of the Tao River Archaeology Project
In May and June 2015, archaeologists from the Gansu Provincial Institute of Archaeology, Harvard University, Peking University, Yale University, and National Taiwan University, conducted archaeological and geophysical survey at two important sites in the Tao River drainage: Dayatou and Siwashan. Whereas Siwashan is the type site of the Siwa Culture, and has long been known as an important archaeological site, Dayatou has previously not undergone any published systematic research. Furthermore, previous work at Siwashan has not clarified the complicated distribution of material at the site. This recent research lays the foundation for additional focused work, and was also the last fieldwork conducted by Pochan Chen before his untimely death one month later.
This Resource is Part of the Following Collections
- Society for American Archaeology 81st Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL (2016) •
- Guava Cat Archaeology: Papers in memory of Prof. Pochan Chen
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Dayatou and Siwashan - Preliminary Report on the 2015 Season of the Tao River Archaeology Project. Rowan Flad, Pochan Chen, Yitzchak Jaffe, Andrew Womack, Jing Zhou. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Orlando, Florida. 2016 ( tDAR id: 403287)
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