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Published by City of Phoenix, Parks, Recreation, and Library Dept., Pueblo Grande Museum in [Phoenix, Ariz.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pueblo Grande Cultural Park (Phoenix, Ariz.),
  • Phoenix (Ariz.),
  • Arizona,
  • Phoenix.,
  • Phoenix
    • Subjects:
    • Hohokam culture -- Arizona -- Phoenix,
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Arizona -- Phoenix -- History,
    • Pueblo Grande Cultural Park (Phoenix, Ariz.) -- History,
    • Phoenix (Ariz.) -- Antiquities

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementedited by Christian E. Downum and Todd W. Bostwick.
      SeriesPueblo Grande Museum anthropological papers ;, no. 1
      ContributionsDownum, Christian E. 1957-, Bostwick, Todd W., Abbott, David R.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.H68 A73 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1-2 > :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1446602M
      ISBN 101882572017, 1882572033, 1882572041, 188257205X
      LC Control Number93085695

      Archaeology at El Perú-Waka’ is the first book to summarize long-term research at this major Maya site. The results of fieldwork and subsequent analyses conducted by members of the El Perú-Waka’ Regional Archaeological Project are coupled with theoretical approaches treating the topics of ritual, memory, and power as deciphered through. Matt Pailes at Cerro Prieto In the Tucson Basin the Hohokam early Classic period (ca. AD ) is characterized by large-scale population movements and the appearance of specialized site types including platform mound settlements and cerros de trincheras. Platform mounds are common throughout the Hohokam region during the Classic period. Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park Phoenix. What are the oldest structures in the Valley of the Sun? They are the remains of the Hohokam culture and some of them are the centerpieces of Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park. They include a partially excavated Platform Mound and a ballcourt along the Ruin Trail. UTAH ARCHAEOLOGY is an annual publication of USAS, UPAC and the Utah Division of State History. The purpose of this publication is to disseminate information relevant to archaeological.


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Archaeology of the Pueblo Grande Platform Mound and Surrounding Features: Features in the Central Precinct of the Pueblo Grande Author: Todd W. Bostwick. After almost 30 years, the book Archaeology of the Pueblo Grande Platform Mound and Surrounding Features - Volume 5: Special Studies has been published!.

The fifth volume in the Pueblo Grande Archival Project Series (Archival Series) focuses on artifacts that were collected during excavations on and around the Pueblo Grande platform mound from the s through.

Volume 2 describes the prehistoric features, excluding the platform mound and its adjacent compound, that have been excavated at Pueblo Grande Cultural Park, a acre portion of the prehistoric site owned by the City of Phoenix (see Downum and Bostwick, Volume 1:Chapter 1).

This city park encompasses the central precinct of the Pueblo Grande site. Archaeology of the Pueblo Grande Platform Mound and Surrounding Features, Vol.

2: Features in the Central Precinct of the Pueblo Grande Community. Pueblo Grande Museum Anthropological Papers No.

1, Phoenix. Crown, Patricia L. and James W. Judge, eds. Chaco & Hohokam: Prehistoric Regional Systems in the American Southwest. Arizona Archaeological Council - AAC. Mission Statement. AAC News. Pueblo Grande is a special place.

The subject of legend both ancient and modern, it is one of the most impressive and familiar of all surviving Hohokam sites. Until recently, any visitor could plainly see from exposed rooms, deteriorating walls, and eroding test holes and tunnels that Pueblo Grande had been extensively excavated.

It would have been logical to assume from this. After almost 30 years, the book Archaeology of the Pueblo Grande Platform Mound and Surrounding Features - Volume 5: Special Studies is finished. It focuses on some of the objects found at the site of Pueblo Grande over the past ers: The platform mound was also surrounded by a 6 to 7-foot high compound wall, which would have limited access to the mound.

Some archaeologists have suggested that platform mounds were used for ceremonial purposes. The platform mound at Pueblo Grande is one of the largest mound structures ever built by the nates: 33°26′47″N °59′03″W /. We have a new publication. After almost 30 years, the book Archaeology of the Pueblo Grande Platform Mound and Surrounding Features - Volume 5:.

After almost 30 years, the book Archaeology of the Pueblo Grande Platform Mound and Surrounding Features - Volume 5: Special Studies is finished. It focuses on some of the objects found at the site of Pueblo Grande over the past years.

Big thanks to our amazing team of professional archaeologists who volunteered their time to research and /5(). Archaeology of the Pueblo Grande Platform Mound and Surrounding Features Vol.

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Introduction to the Archival Project and History of Archaeological Research by Christian E. Downum, Todd W. Bostwick (pp. b The Pueblo Grande Project, Volume 3: Ceramics and the Production and Exchange of Pottery in the Central Phoenix Basin.

Publications in Archaeology No. Soil Sys­ tems, Phl)enix. Abbott, David R., and David A. Gregory Hohokam Ceramic Wares and Types. In The Excavations at Las Colinas:Cited by: Archaeology of the Pueblo Grande Platform Mound and Surrounding Features: Features in the Central Precinct of the Pueblo Grande Community (Pueblo Gr) by Todd W.

Bostwick Paperback | Pueblo Grande Museum | Pub. Date: ISBN: X | ISBN More Details Similar Books. The 11 chapters by 26 authors in this book result from a School of American Research seminar entitled, "The Organization and Evolution of Prehistoric Southwestern Society, held in.

Behind the Scenes at Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park Unknown [email protected] Blogger 1 25 tag:,blogpost T T Book Notes Archeological Resource Protection/Interpreting the Past: Research with Public Participa-tion/Data Recovery at Nine Archaeological Sites at Antelope Point Coconino County, Arizona/Archaeology of the Pueblo Grande Platform Mound and Surrounding Features, Volume l/The Chimney Rock Archaeological Symposium: October /Papers.

Site description. The Kenimer site is located on an erosional remnant hill just to the north of and overlooking the Nacoochee overlooks the junction of the Chattahoochee River and Sautee Creek, which is about kilometres ( mi) to the southeast. Mound A, the largest of the site's two mounds is feet (46 m) above the level of the flood plain of the rivers and Coordinates: 34°40′″N 83°40′″W /.

Julian’s field notes, sketches and + photographs are featured in numerous publications, including Archaeology of the Pueblo Grande Platform Mound and Surrounding Features, C.E.

Downum and T.W. Bostwick, eds., Pueblo Grande Museum Anthropological Papers No. 1, Old Pueblo Archaeology is the quarterly bulletin of Old Pueblo Archaeology Center, a (c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Questions, comments, and news items can be addressed to editor Allen Dart at [email protected] oror by mail to Old Pueblo Archaeology Center, PO BoxTucson AZ After almost 30 years, the book Archaeology of the Pueblo Grande Platform Mound and Surrounding Features - Volume 5: Special Studies is finished.

It focuses on some of the objects found at the site of Pueblo Grande over the past years. In Archaeology of the Pueblo Grande Platform Mound and Surrounding Features Vol. 2; Features in the Central Precinct of the Pueblo Grande Community, edited by Todd Bostwick and Christian E.

Downum, pp. Pueblo Grande Museum Anthropological Papers No. Pueblo Grande Museum, Parks, Recreation and Library Department: Phoenix, AZ. platform mounds, including Pueblo Grande, Escalante, Casa Grande, and Las Col inas Mound 8 with an approach incorporating architectural analysis and aspects of graph theory.

Search this site: Humanities. Architecture and Environmental Design; Art History. The "Pueblo Grande Mudslingers” began as a Southwest Archaeological Team (SWAT) project in the s. Here the group works on the stabilization of the Pueblo Grande platform mound, Pueblo Grande Museum and Cultural Park, Phoenix.

Archaeology of the pueblo grande platform mound and surrounding features 1: Introduction to the archival project and history of archaeological research.

Phoenix, AZ: Pueblo Grande Museum Anthropological Papers 1. Google ScholarAuthor: Todd W. Bostwick. The Hohokam reached an apex of sociopolitical development between the twelfth and fifteenth centuries in the Sonoran Desert of North America.

Hallmarks of the Hohokam tradition included red-on-buff pottery, large-scale canal irrigation agriculture, and monumental buildings, including ball courts, platform mounds, towers, and Great Houses. The development Cited by: Classic features of historic Northwest Coast culture include totem poles, large dugout canoes, wooden boxes, elaborate masks decorated in a distinctive art style, and _____.

large cedar plank houses _______________ served as a type of currency among ancient and historic peoples of the West Coast. The San Lorenzo phase ( BC) marks the Olmec climax at the site, whose layout then resembled that of La Venta.

The principal features of the site are a large platform mound and a cluster of smaller mounds surrounding what may be the earliest ball court in Mesoamerica; more than house mounds are clustered around these central features. Pueblo Grande Museum is a wonderful site, located at 44th St.

and Washington, just outside of Papago Park. Here archaeologists have done a great job of preserving what is left of this great mound and have even built a walkway where one can walk atop of the mound and explore the site from above. Mesa Verde National Park, located in Mesa Verde, Colorado, features the site of the pueblo cliff dwellers.

One of its main features is its Archaeological Site Conservation Program. Archaeologists visit the site to record the details of the architecture. They work to maintain, repair, and restore the site for future generations. The arc distance from Grave Creek Mound to Newark Observatory Mound is ° ( R27, cir).

" One R27 is the longitude difference between the Pyramid of the Sun, the second largest pyramid in the Americas, and the largest platform mound in the American Southwest, Pueblo Grande, in Phoenix, Arizona. The longitude difference. features vary widely in size, shape, construction method, and function.

Some of the most well known are the huge serpentine and animal-shaped effigy mounds that have long captured the human imagination. This book discusses a different subset of mound features called "platform mounds," which functioned inCited by: Monk's Mound at Cahokia.

Monks Mound is the largest Pre-Columbian earthwork in America north of Mesoamerica. Located at the Cahokia Mounds UNESCO World Heritage Site near Collinsville, Illinois, its size was calculated in as about feet (30 m) high, feet ( m) long including the access ramp at the southern end, and feet ( m) wide.

Batán Grande CATEGORY: site DEFINITION: A large architectural complexes of South America located in the Lambayeque valley of north coastal Peru. The site has more than 30 huge platform mounds with an estimatedburials - most of them looted by treasure hunters who have taken immense quantities of gold, silver, copper, and bronze objects.

North American archaeology is important to science and our understanding of human societies because_____. it reveals that civilization arose independently more than once.

Mississippian polities with large platform mound, chiefdom centers arose in the Eastern Woodlands _____. Classic features of historic Northwest Coast culture include.Southwest Archaeology, and general archaeology of the Americas. There will be tours of the Sirrine Historic House Museum and the Park of the Canals, and the highlight of the Expo will be the Mesa Grande Cultural Park, which will include guided tours of the site and other activities at Mesa Grande as well.According to Andrews and Bostwick, Pueblo Grande – more than a mile across at its peak – encompassed, not only a large platform mound, but also "two and possibly three ballcourts, several major irrigation canals, trash mounds, houses, courtyards, plazas, hornos or ovens, compounds, storage pits, cemeteries, and various other cultural features.".