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Culture contact and diversity at a site of the Northeastern Plains : an analysis of the ceramics and lithics at Snyder v (Dhmg-6) in Southwestern Manitoba.

Wiecek, Matthew and Syms, E. Leigh (2020) 'Culture contact and diversity at a site of the Northeastern Plains : an analysis of the ceramics and lithics at Snyder v (Dhmg-6) in Southwestern Manitoba.', Manitoba archaeological journal., 30 (1 & 2). pp. 1-27.

Abstract

This report argues that DhMg-6, previously identified as the southern half of Snyder I(DhMg-4), should be a separate site, Snyder V. It finds that the ceramics at Snyder V belong to the Mortlach Tradition, Fort Yates Phase, and Late Northern Plains Pattern, and that the ceramics at the northern side of Snyder I are from the Harmon Complex. Based on this, it was concluded that the two sites, separated by the Gainsborough Creek in southwestern Manitoba, represent different occupations, and it finds an example of great intrasite variability in a region that shows great intersite variability.

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Status:Peer-reviewed
Publisher Web site:https://manitobaarchaeologicalsociety.ca/content/journal
Date accepted:No date available
Date deposited:04 August 2020
Date of first online publication:2020
Date first made open access:11 November 2020

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