Publication Year

1980

Keywords

Archeology, Fitzmaurice Ruin, Hohokam, Artifacts

Disciplines

Archaeological Anthropology | Indigenous Studies

Abstract

The purpose of this report is to describe the excavation of two rooms on the western lower slopes of Fitzmaurice Ruin, which lies 11 km. east of Prescott, Arizona. The report provides a description of the cultural remains found during the dig, as well as a trait and artifact analysis of all reported Prescott sites. It endeavours to add perspective and insight to the problems of studying the Prescott Culture.

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