Heshotauthla Archaeological Research Project (HARP)


The Heshotauthla Archaeological Research Project (HARP) did limited excavation at the Pueblo IV site of Heshotauthla and intensive systematic survey in the area of the site on the Zuni Indian Reservation. Excavation was limited to areas threatened by erosion and areas thought t have been previously excavated by the Hemenway Southwestern Archaeological Expedition in the late 1880s. HARP survey recorded 305 prehistoric and historic sites in 10.4 square kilometers, including a post-Chaocan great house with a great kiva.

Cite this Record

Heshotauthla Archaeological Research Project (HARP). ( tDAR id: 1628) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8P84DBH

This Resource is Part of the Following Collections

Spatial Coverage

min long: -108.664; min lat: 35.064 ; max long: -108.614; max lat: 35.15 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Principal Investigator(s): Keith Kintigh

Landowner(s): Pueblo of Zuni

Sponsor(s): Arizona State University (ASU)

Permitting Agency(s): Pueblo of Zuni

Repository(s): Arizona State University (ASU)

Resources Inside this Project (Viewing 1-18 of 18)


  1. HARP Fauna Coding Key (1996)
  2. HARP Faunal Analysis Letter Report (1996)


  1. Heshotauthla Plan (1991)


  1. HARP Excavation Ceramic Database (2016)
  2. HARP Fauna (1996)
  3. HARP Survey Ceramic Database (2016)

Coding Sheets

  1. HARP Fauna Burning Coding Sheet
  2. HARP Fauna Butchering Coding Sheet
  3. HARP Fauna Condition Coding Sheet (2012)
  4. HARP Fauna Dorsal/Ventral Coding Sheet
  5. HARP Fauna Element Coding Sheet (1991)
  6. HARP Fauna Fusion Coding Sheet
  7. HARP Fauna Modification Coding Sheet (1992)
  8. HARP Fauna Post-depositional Processes Coding Sheet (1991)
  9. HARP Fauna Proximal/Distal Coding Sheet
  10. HARP Fauna Side Coding Sheet
  11. HARP Fauna Species Coding Sheet (1991)
  12. Heshotauthla Fauna Taxon Coding Sheet from CodingBlank (2012)