A Rincon Phase Occupation at the Julian Wash Site, AZ BB:13:17 (ASM) (TR1996-7)
This archaeological mitigation project uncovered a cluster of five pithouses and 36 related extramural features that date to the transition between the Middle and Late Rincon subphases in the Tucson Basin Hohokam chronology, about A.D. 1070 to 1150. Subsistence strategy, chipped and ground stone assemblages, shell artifacts, and ceramic analyses are also discussed.
Author / Editor: Jonathan B. Mabry
137 pages, 38 tables, 29 figures