Adaptational Continuities and Occupational Discontinuities: The Cedar Mesa Anasazi

@inproceedings{Matson1988AdaptationalCA,
  title={Adaptational Continuities and Occupational Discontinuities: The Cedar Mesa Anasazi},
  author={R. G. Matson and William D. Lipe and William R. Haase},
  year={1988}
}
Abstract Survey of the Cedar Mesa areaSE Utah, has documented three main periods of Anasazi (ancestral Pueblo Indian) occupation: A. c. 200–400 (Basketmaker II); 650–725 (late Basketmaker III); and 1060–1270 (Pueblo II–III). These are separated by intervals of little or no occupation. Despite marked changes in material culture and architecture generally characteristic of the Anasazi sequence, the three Cedar Mesa occupations display similar patterns of settlement and population density… CONTINUE READING