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Artifact assemblages and archaeological units at Granite Point Locality 1 (45WT41), Southeastern Washington.

Frank C. Leonhardy

Artifact assemblages and archaeological units at Granite Point Locality 1 (45WT41), Southeastern Washington.

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Washington (State),
  • Washington (State) -- Antiquities.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 247 l.
    Number of Pages247
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16722324M


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Artifact assemblages and archaeological units at Granite Point Locality 1 (45WT41), Southeastern Washington. by Frank C. Leonhardy Download PDF EPUB FB2

Artifact Assemblages and Archaeological Units at Granite Point Locality (45WT41), Southeastern Washington. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman.

Leonhardy, Frank C., and David G. Rice A Proposed Culture Typology for the Lower Snake River Region, Southeastern Washington. Artifact Assemblages and Archaeological Units at Granite Point Locality 1 (45Wt41), Southeastern Washington.

Frank C. Leonhardy. (tDAR id: ) This Resource is. Cite this Record. Artifact Assemblages from Granite Point Locality 1 (45Wt41): the First Analysis.

Frank Leonhardy. (tDAR id: ). Frank C. Leonhardy’s Analysis The following archaeological data presented was derived from Frank C.

Leonhardy’s PhD dissertation entitled “Artifact Assemblages and Archaeological Units at Granite Point Locality 1 (45WT41), Southeastern Washington”. () Artifact Assemblages and Archaeological Units at Granite Point Locality 1 (45WT41), Southeastern Washington.

Ph.D. Dissertation, Washington State University. Leonhardy, F. and D. Rice () A Proposed Culture Typology For the Lower Sanke River Region, Southeastern Washington. Leonhardy, Frank C. Artifact Assemblages and Archaeological Units at Granite Point Locality 1 (45WT41), Southeastern Washington, Ph.D.

dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, University Microfilms, Ann Arbor. Google Scholar. A living-site including human bones, bone midden, and artifacts has been discovered in sediments of mid-Pinedale age at the Marmes Rockshelter archaeological site in southeastern Washington.

We review the history of underwater archaeological investigations of submerged prehistoric remains on the North Pacific Coast of North America, divided into three phases: Phase 1 (s– Alpine Archaeological Consultants, Inc.

PO Box Montrose, CO March The intent of this handbook is to provide site recorders with little or no background in historic artifact identification sufficient information so that they can provide consistent descriptive information about the artifacts and site features they are observing.

Butler, V. L., and Chatters, J. The role of bone density in structuring prehistoric salmon bone l of Archaeological Science 21 Artifact Assemblages and Archaeological Units at Granite Point Locality 1 (45WT41 (ed.), The Wells Reservoir Archaeological Project.

Vol. Summary of Findings,Central. The Analysis of Archaeological Finds until the Mid-Twentieth Century dating and the need to employ statistical methods to deal with large assemblages of artifacts, in particular ceramics. The threshold to professionalization was probably.

Archaeological sites and artifacts are basically a non-renewable resource and are a. Artifact Assemblages and Archaeological Units at Granite Point Locality (45WT41) Southeastern Washington. Unpublished PhD dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University. Leonhardy, F., and D.

Rice A Proposed Culture Typology for the Lower Snake River Region, Southeastern Washington. (1) form [goal: outline the distribution of remains of ancient societies in both time and space -> description and classification], (2) function [goal: reconstruct past human activities -> purposes of the object], (3) process [goal: determine how and why ancient cultures changed overtime], and (4) meaning [goal: determine attitudes and beliefs of ancient peoples and to learn things from the.

Artifact Assemblages and Archaeological Units at Granite Point Locality 1 (45WT41). Leonhardy, Frank Clinton Artifact Assemblages and Archaeological Units at Granite Point Locality 1 (45WT41), Southeastern Washington. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University.

Artifacts leave the systemic context (and enter the archaeological context) through cultural depositional processes including loss, discard, caching, and ritual interment. Once in the archaeological context, the artifacts can continue to be moved and altered by variety of natural site formation processes.

Leonhardy, Frank C. Artifact Assemblages and Archaeological Units at Granite Point Locality 1 (45WT41), Southeastern Washington, doctoral dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman. Leonhardy, Frank C. Artifact Assemblages and Archaeological Units at Granite Point Locality 1 (45WT41), Southeastern Washington.

Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman. Archaeology, sometimes spelled archeology, is the study of human activity through the recovery and analysis of material ology is often considered a branch of socio-cultural anthropology, but archaeologists also draw from biological, geological, and environmental systems through their study of.

News and analysis about archaeological finds. Freed of 1, Years of Grime, Anglo-Saxon Cross Emerges in Stunning Detail. ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES T here are two basic types of archaeological evidence which indicate the presence of an archaeological site: 1.

Artifacts are defined as any portable object made and/or used by humans. Features are defined as non-portable evidence of past human behavior, activity, and. 1 ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES There are two basic types of archaeological evidence which indicate the presence of an archaeological site, artifacts and features: Artifacts are defined as any portable object made and/or used by humans.

Features are defined as non-portable evidence of past human behavior, activity, and technology. Leonhardy, Frank C. Artifact assemblages and archaeological units at Granite Point Locality 1 [45WT41], southeastern Washington. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Washington State University.

Location of Archaeological Sites within the Permit Area. 4 3. Artifact Counts for Units Collected on Site 1 (3CT) and Extrapolated Artifact Density Plot 25 4. West Wall Profile of Site 1 (3CT) Test Unit at N15 W29 26 5. Artifact Counts for Units Collected on Site 2 (3CT) and Extrapolated Artifact Density Plot 29 6.

Archaeology is the study of the material remains of the human past - artifacts (tools, jewelry) (1), technology, buildings and structures (graves and grave markers including the grave goods), how humanity altered a landscape or other natural feature.

Archaeology studies the people in the past as indicators of the things that anthropologists. Iroquoian communities have long been the subject of anthropological discourse. Exemplified by Morgan’s League of the Ho-De-No-Sau-Nee or Iroquois (/), initial inquiries and theses served as little more than compilations of technologies, rituals, and myths attributed to only a fraction of all Iroquoian-speaking peoples.

By the end of the 20th century, however, Iroquoiancentered. Under the heading of "Basic Archaeological Units" Willey and Phillips () identified nothing between component and phase, defined as per McKern. They () defined phase as a "unit possessing traits sufficiently characteristic to distinguish it from [similar] units spatially limited to the order of magnitude of a locality or region.

The Cedar Mesa Perishables Project are reexcavating thousands of ancient perishable artifacts. In the 's Wetherill turned up feather blankets, baskets, woven sandals, and cords that were miraculously preserved for centuries in caches in rocky alcoves protected from the weather.

2 days ago  Art by Damien Marie AtHope “Expansion of early modern humans from Africa through the Levant were the Levantine Aurignacian stage has been identified.” ref “The Aurignacian is an archaeological tradition of the Upper Paleolithic associated with European early modern humans (EEMH) lasting f to 26, years ago.

The Upper Paleolithic developed in Europe. Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly, Vol Number 2, Spring The Granite Mountains Archaeological Survey: Prehistoric Land Use in the East Mojave Desert, California Don D.

Christensen, Jerry Dickey, and David Lee Abstract Archaeological survey of approximately 9, acres in the Granite. From the great, lost library of King Ashurbanipal to the toxic tomb guarded by the terracotta warriors of Shaanxi, here are the 24 most incredible archaeological findings of all time.

Tucannon Phase Assemblages 15 III CULTURAL REVIEW OF THE TUCANNON PHASE 25 Settlement Patterns 26 1. Archaeological units of the Lower Snake River. Region. Modified from Leonhardy and Rice (). at the Granite Point Locality I (Leonhardy and Rice. 5 ), which was later reported as inaccurate (Kennedy.

The similarities in artifact attributes may be used to construct an artifact typology, the hierarchical arrangement and ordering of classes (types) of artifacts (Figure ). For every kind of material (e.g., ceramic, stone), archaeologists can assign artifacts to types based on similar physical attributes such as shape, size, and decoration.

Massachusetts Board of Underwater Archaeological Resources __ "Established inthe Massachusetts Board of Underwater Archaeological Resources (BUAR) is the sole trustee of the Commonwealth's underwater heritage, promoting and protecting the public's interests in these resources for recreational, economic, environmental, and historical.

record an archaeological site with great precision in order to preserve the context of artifacts and features, and they work in teams with many other specialists. A site is divided into squares to help keep track of the location of each find, and a site plan (a map) is created to keep track of all the features and artifacts.

A group of artifacts that are all projectile point type. Archaeologists also try to determine how old artifacts are. This can be done relative to other artifacts using stratigraphy-the idea that older artifacts are below newer ones.

An excavation showing the layers used to date the artifacts relative to each other. The State Museum of Pennsylvania uses the assigned PASS number over the number “1” to label surface finds from archaeological sites.

Hence, artifacts found on the surface of the Strickler Farm site in Lancaster County, which bears the PASS registration number 36LA3, are labeled.

THE SNYDERS SITE, A Middle Woodland Hopewell site in Calhoun County, Illinois. The first excavations there by Walter Wadlow in One of the most skillfully flaked artifacts, a Ross point, found there. CLOVIS POINT (Cast), This Clovis point was found in in union County, Illinois.

It's made of sugar Quartz that. The purpose of this guide is to provide a general introduction to some of the historic artifacts recovered from archaeological sites in the Upper Sangamon Basin of east-central Illinois.

Most of the field work has focused on the Mahomet area, but these sites are considered typical of. Explain how archaeology is different than artifact collecting or treasure hunting 2. Describe each of the following steps of the archaeological process: site location, development of background research and a research design, site survey and fieldwork, artifact identification and examination, interpretation, preservation, and information sharing.

Book I - Kentucky Archaeological Survey, Educational Series The Kentucky Heritage Council published a series of public education booklets and videos relating to archaeology in Kentucky. This series of booklets range from 12 to 30 pages each and address various archaeological issues and talks about prehistoric and historic archaeological.

The first test unit was placed near three standing outbuildings, after a nearby shovel test revealed deep soil disturbances loaded with 18th and early 19th-century artifacts.

The soil that filled this feature was typical in appearance of backfill associated with the construction or destruction of a building.Granite is an intrusive igneous rock, which means it was formed in place during the cooling of molten lly, the slower the molten rock cooled, the larger it’s mineral crystals with K-Feldspar megacrysts forming in special circumstances greater than 5cm.