By Ian W. Brown, Dr. David S. Brose, Penelope Ballard Drooker, C. Margaret Scarry, David W. Morgan, Paul D. Jackson, Irvy R. Quitmyer, Christopher B. Rodning, Diane E. Silvia, Richard S. Fuller, Hunter B. Johnson
Which include 18 earthen mounds and diverse extra habitation components courting to A.D. 12501550, the Bottle Creek website was once first professionally investigated in 1932 whilst David L. DeJarnette of the Alabama Museum of traditional heritage begun paintings there to figure out if the location had a cultural reipconnected to the north via a river method. This quantity builds on past investigations to give broad fresh info from significant excavations carried out from 1991 to 1994 and supported partially through an NEH provide. Ten anthropologists study quite a few facets of the positioning, together with mound structure, prehistoric nutrition, pottery category, vessel kinds, textiles used to make pottery impressions, a microlithic stone device undefined, water trip, the endurance of mound use into historical instances, and the location of Bottle Creek within the protohistoric international.
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11). 9. Trench excavations in the Mound B terrace, as seen from the borrow pit to the north (drawing by James Reid, 1994). 20 / Ian W. 10. David Morgan examining the midden layers in the south wall of trench unit D201 in the Mound B terrace. Dale Jarvis, to the right, is recording soil descriptions (GCS/94/P8/1). daub in the process of excavating this block. The daub was especially thick in the southern portion, where a well-de¤ned wall trench was exposed. This was probably the base for a thick wattle and daub wall that burned and collapsed.
In short, the principal mound at the Bottle 4. Unfortunately, because of space limitations, the artifact counts for the various units, levels, and features are not provided in this volume. As they made up more than 400 pages of the original manuscript, their presence drew the wrath of reviewers. For anyone interested in having these data, they are available from the Gulf Coast Survey at the Alabama Museum of Natural History. 8. The Mound A excavation unit (D100), as viewed from the north (drawing by James Reid, 1994).
For anyone interested in having these data, they are available from the Gulf Coast Survey at the Alabama Museum of Natural History. 8. The Mound A excavation unit (D100), as viewed from the north (drawing by James Reid, 1994). Introduction to the Bottle Creek Site / 17 Creek site was still functioning in the early eighteenth century. The ethnic identity of these inhabitants is still unknown as it is most dif¤cult to make the pottery speak to us. For his investigation, Fuller adopts a form of ceramic analysis involving sets that was developed by Jeffrey P.
Bottle Creek: A Pensacola Culture Site in South Alabama by Ian W. Brown, Dr. David S. Brose, Penelope Ballard Drooker, C. Margaret Scarry, David W. Morgan, Paul D. Jackson, Irvy R. Quitmyer, Christopher B. Rodning, Diane E. Silvia, Richard S. Fuller, Hunter B. Johnson