Intra-Site Spatial Patterning of the Templeton Paleoindian Site in Northwestern Connecticut
The Paleoindian occupation at Templeton is reconsidered based on research conducted since the site’s initial study by Dr. Roger Moeller in the late 1970s. This poster describes the intra-site spatial patterning at Templeton gleaned from the 2016 excavations at the site and the reanalysis of the Paleoindian materials recovered by Moeller. Aspects of intra-site spatial patterning ascertained via ground penetrating radar surveys of the landform, lithic microwear analyses, micromorphological sediment analyses, and analyses of phytoliths recovered from sediments also will be reported.
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Intra-Site Spatial Patterning of the Templeton Paleoindian Site in Northwestern Connecticut. Zachary Singer, Peter Leach, Heather Rockwell, Tiziana Matarazzo, Krista Dotzel. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, British Columbia. 2017 ( tDAR id: 432099)
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Abstract Id(s): 16871