Residuos Macro-Botánicas 645


Desiccated Zea mays cobs were dated. The stratigraphic position and provenience are unknown. The corn cobs were described by V. H. Jones: "8-, 10-, and 12-row ears, mostly short and thick. Most show elliptical cross section, a characteristic of Basketmaker corn of the Southwest. Some influence of Eastern Complex corn is also evident" (Crane and Griffin 1964:8).

This date has been reported in the Canadian Archaeological Radiocarbon Database (CARD) (Morlan and Betts 1999).

Radiocarbon Date

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Las Referencias Citadas

Crane, H. R. and J. B. Griffin
    1964    University of Michigan Radiocarbon Dates IX. Radiocarbon 6(1):1-24.

Maslowski, R. F., C. M. Niquette and D. M. Wingfield
    1995    The Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia Radiocarbon Database. West Virginia Archeologist 47(1&2):1-75.

Morlan, R. E. and M. Betts
    1999-2005 Canadian Archaeological Radiocarbon Database. Canadian Museum of Civilization, Gatineau, Quebec.


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