The 1985 Excavations at the Hodges Site, Pima County, Arizona [No. 170]
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Other TitlesArizona State Museum Archaeological Series No. 170
CitationLayhe, Robert W. (editor) 1986 The 1985 Excavations at the Hodges Site, Pima County, Arizona. Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series No. 170. Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona, Tucson.
DescriptionThe 1985 Excavations at the Hodges Site, Pima County, Arizona. Edited by Robert W. Layhe. Contributions by Ronald Beckwith, Douglas B. Craig, Suzanne K. Fish, Lisa W. Huckell, Robert W. Layhe, Marilyn Saul, Arthur W. Vokes, Stephanie M. Whittlesey, Clare Yarborough, L. Keiko Yoshikawa. Prepared for Pima County Department of Transportation and Flood Control. Cultural Resource Management Division, Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona. 1986. Archaeological Series No. 170
AbstractIn 1985 Pima County Department of Transportation contracted with the Cultural Resource Management Division of the Arizona State Museum to mitigate the adverse effects on the Hodges Site that would result from the renovation of Ruthrauff Road in northwestern Tucson, Arizona. Seventeen architectural features and numerous pit features were present. During the six-week period of data recovery 13 architectural features and 6 extramural features were excavated or sampled. The structures date from the Rillito phase to the Tanque Verde phase. In addition to the feature descriptions, this report presents detailed information on archival research, ceramics, chipped stone, small artifacts and ground stone, floral remains (flotation and pollen), mortuary treatment, and fauna! remains. The archival chapter and appendices present descriptive data from all the mortuary and architectural features excavated in the late 1930s by Isabel Kelly.
Series/Report no.Arizona State Museum Archaeological Series, 170
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