Marshall (15CE27)

Information

This is a large village site situated on the Mississippi Valley bluffs, with occupations spanning the James Bayou phase (AD 900-1100) and the Dorena phase (AD 1100-1300).

Mapping coordinates approximate.

ID Other ID Type Subtype Uncal BP (years) ± 1 σ (years) Median cal BP (years) Lower cal BP (years) Upper cal BP (years) δ13C Contaminated?
ISGS-1435 MacroSample unknown 910 70 829 935 689 No

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References Cited

Lewis, R. B.
    1990    Mississippi Period. In The Archaeology of Kentucky: Past Accomplishments and Future Directions, edited by D. Pollack, pp. 375-466, State Historic Preservation Comprehensive Plan Report No. 1. Kentucky Heritage Council.

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. http://www.canadianarchaeology.ca/. Canadian Museum of Civilization, Gatineau, Quebec.

Pollack, D. and A. G. Henderson
    2000    Late Woodland Cultures in Kentucky. In Late Woodland Societies: Tradition and Transformation across the Midcontinent, edited by T. E. Emerson, D. L. McElrath and A. C. Fortier, pp. 613-641. University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln.

Railey, J. A.
    1990    Woodland Period. In The Archaeology of Kentucky: Past Accomplishments and Future Directions, edited by D. Pollack, pp. 247-374, State Historic Preservation Comprehensive Plan Report No. 1. Kentucky Heritage Council.