At a Crossroads: 300 years of Pottery Production and Exchange at Goat Spring Pueblo, NM
The Goat Spring Archaeology Project explores late Pueblo period (A.D. 1300 - 1680) cultural continuity and transformation in south-central New Mexico. Goat Spring Pueblo was occupied periodically: initially during a period of demographic reorganization and expansion of regional networks in the 1300s, again during the early Spanish Colonial period, and possibly during the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. This highland village was strategically located along the trail connecting Western Pueblo and Rio Abajo villages. Petrographic analysis of decorated and undecorated sherds from Goat Spring Pueblo sheds light on local identities, ritual practices, and participation in regional networks.
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At a Crossroads: 300 years of Pottery Production and Exchange at Goat Spring Pueblo, NM. Suzanne Eckert, Deborah Huntley. Presented at The 82nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Washington, DC. 2018 ( tDAR id: 445091)
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