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Spiro Mounds site shell engraving

NEW IN OKLAHOMA ARCHEOLOGY

 

2011 Field School at the Bryson-Paddock Site

Oklahoma Atlas of Archaeological Sites

Research at the Jake Bluff Site

Bryson-Paddock Beads

Archaeological Context Flash Movie

Florence-A Chert Flash Movie (1 MB download)

Survey archeologists appear on the History Detectives (Show will appear on OETA on August 29, 8 pm)

New remote sensing results from the Bryson-Paddock site.

First horse documented from Wichita site.

An Historical Note
The recent excavations at the Jake Bluff site in NW Oklahoma have identified a stratified Folsom over Clovis cultural sequence, making Jake Bluff only the second site to stratigraphically demonstrate that Clovis is older than Folsom. Although radiocarbon dating demonstrates that Folsom is not as old as Clovis, the physical stacking of these two cultures has only been demonstrated at one other site: Blackwater Draw No. 1-the Clovis site in eastern New Mexico (Sellards 1952).

Wolf Skull Recovered from 1300's Trash Pit

Oklahoma History Timeline

Calf Creek Point Embedded in Bison occidentalis skull


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