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Lab number
Material dated
Taxa dated
Zea mays
Type of date
La Plata
Date uploaded
January 15, 2024
Wyoming team
Date updated
December 31, 2020
Normalized Age
1230 ± 40
δ13C (per mil)
hearth (Feature 1.01) in Feature 1 pit structure. Feature 1 is a subrectangular pit structure, 5.5 x 4.7 m in dia., 2.12 m deep. Contains a central hearth 3 Zea mayser post holes, ventilator system. Two dog burials present on slabs near the center of the structure. The slabs rested directly on alluvial sediments deposited shortly before final abandonment of the structure. Both were severed in half. Left exposed and the structure fill accumulated naturally thereafter. Structure was not burned upon abandonment. Water-laid deposits on the floor. Not clear whether artifacts on the floor are in contact because of flooding event. Floor and walls had been plastered, although text is not clear about whether the floor was only use packed. Ventshaft was oriented to the SW
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