Rattlesnake Point Pueblo (Unit 2)
Basic information
Sample name: Rattlesnake Point Pueblo (Unit 2)
Sample aka: AZ Q:11:118

Reference: T. C. Clark. 1998. Assessing room function using unmodified faunal bone: a case study from east-central Arizona. Kiva 64(1):27-51 [ER 3169]
Country: United States
State: Arizona

Coordinate: 34° 22' N, 109° 22' W
Basis of coordinate: based on nearby landmark
Geography comments: "an 80-room, single-story pueblo that was constructed and occupied in the early Pueblo IV period (ca. A.D. 1325-1370). The site is located along the upper Little Colorado River in Lyman Lake State Park" (coordinate based on Lyman Reservoir)
dating is based on tree-ring analysis
Climate and habitat
Lithology: not described
Taphonomic context: ceramics, human accumulation, midden, settlement, structures
Archaeology: bone tools, buildings, ceramics, stone tools
Habitat comments: there are numerous ceramic vessels and bone and lithic tools
Life forms: carnivores, rodents, ungulates, other small mammals, birds, turtles, fishes
Sampling methods: quarry
Sample size: 788
Sampling comments: screenwashing is not mentioned
Sample: 3473
Contributor: John Alroy
Enterer: John Alroy
Created: 2019-09-04 20:34:19
Modified: 2019-09-09 12:51:57
Abundance distribution
20 species
4 singletons
total count 788
standardised richness: 5.4
Fisher's α: 3.734
geometric series k: 0.7322
Hurlbert's PIE: 0.6744
Shannon's H: 1.5568
Good's u: 0.9949