Ritualized Animal Burials at Champagne Spring - Part II: Analysis and interpretation of burial fauna in Structure 37, Champagne Spring - 5DL2333
Author(s): Robin Lyle
Excavations in Structure 37, an early Pueblo II period kiva at Champagne Spring Ruins in Dolores County Colorado, encountered the ritualized burials of numerous turkeys, canids and an American Crow. These buried animals represented part of the final closure of the structure. The description, analysis and interpretation of these remains are discussed in detail.
Cite this Record
Ritualized Animal Burials at Champagne Spring - Part II: Analysis and interpretation of burial fauna in Structure 37, Champagne Spring - 5DL2333. Robin Lyle. 2017 ( tDAR id: 437904) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8MG7S38
|Name||Size||Creation Date||Date Uploaded||Access|
|CS-Animal-Burials-Part-II-FINAL.pdf||2.02mb||Aug 19, 2017||Aug 22, 2017 2:24:21 PM||Public|
|Champagne Spring, Structure 37 Animal Burials - Part II|