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Making Archaeological Data and Information Discoverable, Accessible, and Usable for 21st Century Research: The Theodore Roosevelt Dam Archaeological Project, Tonto Basin, Arizona

Francis McManamon & Keith Kintigh
The Center for Archaeology and Society (CAS), the Phoenix Area Office of the Bureau of Reclamation, and the Center for Digital Antiquity (DA) have created and are making freely available, via tDAR (the Digital Archaeological Record), a large collection of reports, articles, and data sets resulting from the archaeological investigations undertaken for the Theodore Roosevelt Dam project in the Tonto Basin of central Arizona. At present, this tDAR collection includes over two dozen volumes (more...

Dolores Archaeological Program Technical Reports, DAP-018: Activities of the Faunal Consultant

Steven D. Emslie

Riverton Site, IL (11CW170) 1961 vertebrate fauna

Mona Colburn & Paul W. Parmalee
Vertebrate faunal remains excavated under the direction of Howard D. Winters during June 1961 at the Riverton Site, Illinois (11CW170). Remains were screened with unspecified mesh size; however, it is presumed that 1/4" mesh was used. Dr. Paul Parmalee analyzed the faunal remains. Dr. Parmalee only recorded attributes for the following variables: taxon, element, completeness (whole vs fragmentary), the number of identified specimens, and miscellaneous comments.

Riverton Site, IL (11CW170) 1963 vertebrate fauna

Mona Colburn & Paul W. Parmalee
Vertebrate faunal remains excavated at the Riverton Site, Illinois (11CW170) under the direction of Joseph R. Caldwell during July and August 1963. Remains were hand troweled and some features were screened with unspecified mesh size (it is presumed that 1/4" mesh was used). Dr. Paul Parmalee analyzed the faunal remains. Dr. Parmalee only recorded attributes for the following variables: taxon, element, completeness (whole vs fragmentary), the number of identified specimens, and miscellaneous comments.

40RD299, TN Faunal Data

Tanya Peres
Ancient Native American use of caves in the Eastern Woodlands occurred throughout the entire span of regional prehistory; however, the ways that these natural features were used varied considerably over time. To date only 25 cave sites containing deposits dated to the Archaic period (ca. 10,000–3000 B.P.) are recorded in the state of Tennessee, representing just 0.4% of the total known Archaic sites. In 2014 the authors conducted a salvage operation, bucket auger survey, and...

Carbonised seed, crop yield, weed infestation and harvesting techniques of the Iron Age

Peter J. Reynolds
The article from 1985 describes the experiment of reconstructing and agricultural field from the Iron Age at the Butser Ancient Farm. The experiment had a few issues, such as the climate which was not the same in the 20th century, compared to the Iron Age. The climate can have major influences on the harvests and the results of the experiment. It has to be debated and treated critically. Another difference of the Iron Age and...

Riverton Site, IL (11CW170) 1961 Mollusca data

Mona Colburn & Paul W. Parmalee
Bivalve and gastropod remains were excavated under the direction of Howard D. Winters during June 1961 at the Riverton Site, Illinois (11CW170). Remains were screened with unspecified mesh size; however, it is presumed that 1/4" mesh was used. Five 5 foot squares were excavated. Levels were excavated in 6" increments. Dr. Paul Parmalee analyzed the bivalves. Dr. Parmalee only recorded attributes for the following variables: taxon, and the number of identified specimens.

Deadstock and Livestock

Peter J Reynolds
The chapter compares archaeological data with the empirical research conducted to receive results and new concepts of agriculture in the Iron Age. A major feature in this study are ards: their construction, function, and their proper use for agriculture. The experiments were conducted on fields with sown out crops of emmer and spelt. Results conclude that, beside the tools, bioclimate and geological zones were of significance in the Iron Age society of Britain.

Scanned Asset Key, Huntington Reservoir Area Appraisal 1963-1964

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Patoka Lake Excavations (12DU7 and 12DU8) 1976, Archival Photograph, 1004-0014

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The Merchant Site: A 14th Century Village in Southeast New Mexico

Miller, Myles, AUTHOR (Versar)

Additional Figures and Maps for Connected Communities

Peeples, Matthew, AUTHOR (Arizona State University (ASU))

Red Letter Shelter (23JA1703) 2011, Archival Photograph, 1043-0041

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Griswold Rim Sherds 3

William Engelbrecht
Rim sherd images and descriptions from the Griswold site, 36Er62

Harry S. Truman Reservoir Excess Tracts Survey 1987, Archival Photograph 1054_0042

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Livingston Management Group, Pinto Creek Complex Data: Plain Ware Ceramics from Screened Contexts

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CUGL62421, Caneware Type 2

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Livingston Data, AZ V:5:121 (ASM): Lithic Artifacts from All Contexts

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Scanned Asset Key, Mississinewa Reservoir Survey 1980-1982

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R Code for Corrugated Ceramic Technological Analysis

Peeples, Matthew, AUTHOR (Arizona State University (ASU))

Harry S. Truman Reservoir Excess Tracts Survey 1987, Archival Photograph 1054_0017

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Breeden Site (12HR11) 1966

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Coding sheet for Sample (Site 40CH37, TN, Faunal Dataset)

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