42,853 Works

Hrísheimar 2004, Interim Report (field report)

Tol Cherry
The excavations at Hrísheimar have now been in progress for four years. The focus of the work for the first two years was more on surveying and test trenching for assessment than large scale excavation. In 2003 and 2004 the work increased with the opening of two large excavation areas. In 2003 there were two main excavation areas; one was approximately 60 m west of the farm mound; the other was just by the farm...

Mesoamerican Radiocarbon Database (MesoRAD)

Julie Hoggarth & Claire Ebert
The Mesoamerican Radiocarbon (MesoRAD) database compiles radiocarbon dates and isotopic data from archaeological sites in across Mesoamerica. The initial dataset from MesoRAD is a compilation of 14C dates from the Maya lowlands. We will be expanding the database to other parts of Mesoamerica soon. If you would like to submit your data to MesoRAD, please visit our website for more information: http://www.mesorad.com

Mesoamerican Radiocarbon Database (MesoRad)

Julie Hoggarth
The Mesoamerican Radiocarbon (MesoRAD) database compiles published radiocarbon dates and isotopic data from archaeological sites in across Mesoamerica. Mesoamerica as a culture region is defined by shared cultural traits that span the areas of northern, central, and southern Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, and parts of El Salvador and Nicaragua. In its final form, we hope that the database can be used as an open-access repository that will facilitate collaborative studies in the future. In its...

A Class III Cultural Resources Survey of 1,738 Acres at Beal Lake and Cibola in La Paz and Mohave Counties, Arizona

Matthew D. Peters & Andrew Vorsanger
The Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation), Lower Colorado Regional Office, is planning environmental restoration activities as part of the Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program (LCR MSCP). The LCR MSCP is a 50-year multi-stakeholder, Federal and non-Federal partnership responding to the need to balance the use of lower Colorado River water resources and the conservation of native species and their habitats in compliance with the Endangered Species Act. Reclamation designated two parcels, the Beal Lake Conservation...

Creating the Joint Base San Antonio Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Archive Final Report (2015 – 2018)

Jodi Reeves Eyre & Chelsea Walter
The Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA) Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Resources Archive is a digital archive created by the Center for Digital Antiquity (Digital Antiquity) in tDAR (the Digital Archaeological Record). Funding for the project was provided by United States Air Force (USAF) Cultural Resource Management Program of the US Air Force Civil Engineer Center (USAF-CEC) and administered through contract between Baer Engineering of Austin, Texas and Digital Antiquity at Arizona State University. In creating...

Archaeological Investigation of the Granite Reef Aqueduct, Cave Creek Archaeological District, Arizona

James B. Rodgers
The following report contains the description and interpretation of archaeological data recovered from AZ T: 8:31 (ASU), AZ T:8:35 (ASU), and AZ T:8:38 (ASU). Situated within south-central Arizona, these sites form an integral part of the Cave Creek ArchaeologicalDistrict. Impact on these cultural resources will result from construction along Reach 10 of the Granite Reef Aqueduct, a feature of the Central Arizona Project. A plan to mitigate this adverse impact through a program of research...

#10026, Style III Bowl from Swarts

Michelle Hegmon
This Bowl is an example of Style III from the Swarts Ruin site. Swarts ruin (sometimes known as Swartz ruin) is a Mimbres village in Grants County, southwestern New Mexico, excavated during the 1920s by H.S. and C.B. Cosgrove. The site dates from about A.D. 950 to 1175 and contained the relatively undisturbed remains of numerous pit houses and several Classic Mimbres roomblocks, as well as a large assemblage of ceramics, lithics, and faunal material....

HARP 1990-1991 Survey Chipped Stone Tabulation Forms

Sarah Oas
HARP 1990-1991 Survey Chipped Stone Tabulation Forms

Maner-Garnett House, Webb Wildlife Management Area 1996, Archival Photograph 2044_0051


Style III (Bowl)


A Class I Cultural Resources Inventory of the North-South Corridor Study, Pinal County, Arizona

Sulgi Lotze
Under contract with the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT), HDR Engineering, Inc. (HDR), has been tasked with the preliminary planning and predesign of a north-south highway corridor in Pinal County, Arizona (Federal Highway Administration Project No. STP-999-A [BBM]; TRACS No. 999 PN H7454 O1L). This highway will link Interstate 10 (I-10), in the vicinity of Picacho, to U.S. Highway 60 (also known as the Superstition Freeway), in the vicinity of Apache Junction. HDR has subcontracted...

Correspondence Analysis in Archaeological Pollen Analysis

Schoenwetter, James, AUTHOR (Arizona State University)

Style II (Bowl)


Settlement History Along Pinal Creek in the Globe Highlands, Arizona, Volume 4: Synthesis and Conclusions

Adam Brin
As part of the State Route 88-Wheatfields (SR 88-Wheatfields) project, Archaeological Consulting Services, Inc., (ACS) was provided the opportunity to investigate portions of 20 prehistoric and historic archaeological sites in the Globe Highlands of central Arizona (Figure 1, Table 1). These resources represented a broad spectrum of the cultural trajectory that distinguished this region, extending from the Late Archaic-Historic periods. Most sites were occupied between the Late Formative and early Classic periods (ca. A.D. 750-1350)....

Pickensville Alabama Store Ledger, 1841, Archival Photograph, AVCPL022



Grant Coffey
add description

An Archaeological Reconnaissance Survey of the Proposed Liberty-Parker 230 KV Transmission Line

Gerald A. Bair
At the request of the United States Bureau of Reclamation, an archaeological survey was conducted by the Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University, for the purpose of granting archaeological clearance along the route of the proposed Liberty-Parker 230 KV Transmission Line and two 115 KV transmission lines which will supply power to the Central Arizona Project's Little Harquahala and Bouse Hills pumping plants. Funds for this purpose were provided by the Arizona Archaeological Center of...





Compiled Tree-ring Dates from the Southwestern United States (Restricted)

Timothy A. Kohler & R. Kyle Bocinsky
This database contains 32863 tree ring dates from archaeological sites in new Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Utah that Kohler was able to collect. All date determinations were made by the Laboratory for Tree Ring Research at the University of Arizona. The database contains site numbers and site names, lab (LTRR) numbers, references where available, the outer date (AD), the outer symbol, and the confidence level. This confidential version of the database contains site locations; the...

Hecla I: A Preliminary Report on the Archaeological Investigations at the Lakeshore Project, Papago Reservation, South Central Arizona

Albert C. Goodyear & Alfred E. Dittert
Late in 1971, the Department of Anthropology at Arizona State University was contacted by the Hecla Mining Company regarding impending construction of plant facilities at the Lakeshore Mine Project. The latter operation is located 28 miles southwest of Casa Grande, Arizona. The existence of many archaeological remains within the construction zone was known as a result of surveys conducted by Mr. Garland Gordon of the Arizona Archaeological Center, National Park Service, Tuscon. Investigations by Gordon...

uncertain (Bowl)




A Class I Cultural Resources Records Review for the 3,418-acre Planet Ranch Property for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation-Lower Colorado Regional Office, La Paz and Mohave Counties, Arizona: Report

Robert J. Stokes, Paige B. Florie, Thomas E. Jones & Joanne C. Tactikos
The Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) plans to acquire rights to a 3,418-acre parcel of Planet Ranch to create a protected riparian area in order to comply with the Lower Colorado River Multi-Species Conservation Program (LCR MSCP). The LCR MSCP is a 50-year federal and non-federal partnership created to balance the use of the Lower Colorado River water resources and to conserve the native species and habitats in order to comply with the Endangered Species Act....

Registration Year

  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020

Resource Types

  • Image
  • Text
  • Dataset
  • Audiovisual
  • Collection
  • Other
  • InteractiveResource