Anderson (AfGx-54)


This is a Late Woodland village site assigned to the Uren phase of the Ontario Iroquois tradition. The site is located near the Town of Cayuga, ca. 5 km west of the Grand River, Brant County, Ontario. One radiocarbon date (TO-7033) fits expectations based on the stylistic attributes of the artifacts, and the second radiocarbon date (TO-7034) is somewhat older than expected, although the 2-sigma limit of its calibrated range overlaps the expected age (Berg and Brusey 2000).

ID Otro ID Tipo Subtipo Promedio de la Fecha de Radiocarbono Desviación Estándar (años) Fecha Calibrada Media Fecha Calibrada Menor Fecha Calibrada Superior δ13C Contaminada?
TO-7034 MacroSample grano 1170 250 1097 1603 660 No
TO-7033 MacroSample grano 720 80 671 795 537 No

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Las Referencias Citadas

Berg, D. J. and J. A. Bursey
    2000    The Worked Faunal Material from the Anderson Site: A Uren Village on the Lower Grand River, Ontario. Ontario Archaeology 69:7-18.

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