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Archeology - Research Notes Part II – Ballcourts and Ceramics

All three pits contained decorated ceramics that

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Unformatted text preview: Basin around AD 1100 • Las Colinas – ballcourt found filled with dense deposits of soil and cultural debris that included an abundant quantity of ceramic pieces. A lower stratum found below the upper trash fill in which a few artifacts were present (471) • A large trash pit intruded the ballcourt full and two other pits probably intruded the court’s embankment. All three pits contained decorated ceramics that indicated the features were filled during or after Late Sacaton (471) • One- time interruption of the buff- ware supply corresponded to the timing of the decline of the ballcour...
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