Archaeology in Tucson, Volume 11-3 (Summer 1997), Recent Discoveries at Cienaga Phase Sites

Archaeology in Tucson is the Center's membership publication. Issued four times a year, it provides timely, synthetic treatments of some of the most current topics and issues in Southwestern archaeology.

This Issue's Articles Include:


  • Jonathan B. Mabry, Ph.D., Center for Desert Archaeology: Rewriting Prehistory: Recent Discoveries at Cienaga Phase Sites in the Santa Cruz Floodplain
  • David A. Gregory, Center for Desert Archaeology: New Details of Cienaga Phase Architecture
  • Helga Wocherl and Jennifer A. Waters, Center for Desert Archaeology: Animal Uses: Fawnal Bone from Cienaga Phase Sites
  • David A. Gregory, Center for Desert Archaeology: A Ritual Array of Artifacts from a Cienage Phase Pit Structure
  • Jonathan B. Mabry, Ph.D., Center for Desert Archaeology: The Structure of a Cienega Phase Settlement
  • Alan Ferg, Arizona State Museum: Cienega Phase Rare Artifacts: Finding Their Place in Prehistory
  • James M. Heidke, Center for Desert Archaeology: The Earliest Tucson Basin Pottery
  • R. Jane Sliva, Center for Desert Archaeology: Atlatls to Arrows: Changes in Stone-Tipped Projectiles along the Santa Cruz River

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Archaeology in Tucson is the Center’s membership publication. Issued four times a year, it provides timely, synthetic treatments of some of the most current topics and issues in Southwestern archaeology.

This Issue’s Articles Include:


  • Jonathan B. Mabry, Ph.D., Center for Desert Archaeology: Rewriting Prehistory: Recent Discoveries at Cienaga Phase Sites in the Santa Cruz Floodplain
  • David A. Gregory, Center for Desert Archaeology: New Details of Cienaga Phase Architecture
  • Helga Wocherl and Jennifer A. Waters, Center for Desert Archaeology: Animal Uses: Fawnal Bone from Cienaga Phase Sites
  • David A. Gregory, Center for Desert Archaeology: A Ritual Array of Artifacts from a Cienage Phase Pit Structure
  • Jonathan B. Mabry, Ph.D., Center for Desert Archaeology: The Structure of a Cienega Phase Settlement
  • Alan Ferg, Arizona State Museum: Cienega Phase Rare Artifacts: Finding Their Place in Prehistory
  • James M. Heidke, Center for Desert Archaeology: The Earliest Tucson Basin Pottery
  • R. Jane Sliva, Center for Desert Archaeology: Atlatls to Arrows: Changes in Stone-Tipped Projectiles along the Santa Cruz River

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