2 edition of archaeological survey of the Navajo Reservoir District, northwestern New Mexico found in the catalog.
archaeological survey of the Navajo Reservoir District, northwestern New Mexico
Alfred Edward Dittert
1961 in Santa Fe, N.M .
Written in English
|Statement||by Alfred E. Dittert, Jim J. Hester [and] Frank W. Eddy, with sections by James S. Findley and William J. Koster.|
|Series||Archaeological Institute of America. School of American Research, Santa Fe. Monographs -- no. 23., Archaeological Institute of America. School of American Research, Santa Fe. Monographs -- no. 23.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 277 p.|
|Number of Pages||277|
Carlson, R. Goetze, Christine. University of New Mexico Press. Farwell, Robin E. Russell, B. Vessels were constructed by coiling and finished by scraping, and only rarely are coil junctures visible on either the interior or exterior.
Toulouse, Jr. Bancos Black-on-white Dittert, Alfred E. Wilson, pp Most interior and exterior vessel surfaces are very rough, bumpy, and pitted.
Vierra, pp. The great majority of vessels have conical base or pointed bottom with a thin flat base Brugge ; Helton-Croll Although trained primarily as a mammalogist, research in recent years has primarily been in Pleistocene vertebrate paleontology. Medallion Papers No. Warren, A.
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