Further Investigations at Los Pozos: Descriptions of Excavated Features at AZ AA:12:91 and AZ AA:12:103 (ASM), Tucson, Pima County, Arizona (TR2008-1) (PDF)
This report presents descriptions of features excavated during the 1998 investigations at the Central Cluster locus of the Los Pozos site, AZ AA:12:91 (ASM), which was occupied during the Late Cienega phase (circa 400 B.C.-A.D. 50) of the Early Agricultural period. The project was conducted for the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT Contract 94-46) for the Interstate 10 Corridor Improvement project. Los Pozos is located along this corridor, between Ruthrauff Road to the north and Prince Road to the south (see Gregory et al. 2007:Figure 1.1). Features were identified during the testing phase of the project and subsequently excavated by Desert Archaeology, Inc., personnel under the direction of the late David A. Gregory. The features are discussed in a format consistent with Gregory’s (2001a) descriptions of earlier excavations at Los Pozos; it is my hope that the details are presented with a thoroughness that would have met his standards.
This report was expertly edited and formatted by Emilee Mead, Donna Doolittle, and Susan Hall. Maps were prepared by Western Mapping Company (formerly Geo-Map, Inc.).
This technical report is a supplement to:
Excavations in the Santa Cruz Floodplain: Further Investigations at Los Pozos (AP 27)