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A possible shamans's cache from CA-RIV-102, Hemet, California.

@article{Langenwalter1980APS,
  title={A possible shamans's cache from CA-RIV-102, Hemet, California.},
  author={R. E. Langenwalter},
  journal={Journal of California and Great Basin anthropology},
  year={1980},
  volume={2 2},
  pages={
          233-44
        }
}
  • R. E. Langenwalter
  • Published 1980
  • History, Medicine
  • Journal of California and Great Basin anthropology
It is common to find the scattered fragmentary remains of ceremonial objects in archaeological sites, but it is uncommon to find complete specimens or specimens in a context, such as in a cache, that reflect the cultural significance the objects once held. It is the occurrence of this phenomenon that makes the ritual objects discussed here unique. During excavation of a 10 cm. level of a 1 X 2-m.-test unit at a site near Hemet, California, a nearly complete stone pipe, unbaked clay figurine… Expand
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