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Revisiting Besant and Sonota era bone uprights in Alberta

Description

This article summarizes archaeological features called bone uprights that appear at sites in Alberta and across the northern plains. Bone uprights are vertical animal bones (usually bison) that were embedded in the ground and served several purposes for pre-contact people.

Updated

September 27, 2019

Tags
Archaeological Survey of Alberta Besant Sonata archaeology late precontact period northern plains postholes pre-contact archaeology

Title and publication information

Alternative Title

Archaeological Survey of Alberta occasional paper no. 39

Alternative Title

Advancing archaeology: industry and practice in Alberta, 2019

Extent

27 pages

Frequency

Once

Publisher / Creator Information

Publisher

Culture and Tourism

Contributor

Graham, Reid

Contributor

Ives, John W.

Place of Publication

Edmonton

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Resource Dates

Date Created

2019-09-27

Date Added

2019-09-27T17:26:01.340856

Date Modified

2019-09-27

Date Issued

2019-09-27

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ISSN (online)

2562-7848

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