Publication Date

Spring 5-25-1962

Abstract

The thesis presents the anthropometric data on 110 skeletons obtained by the University of New Mexico from Pueblo IV site of Pottery Mound. The measurements include 27 dimensions and 11 indices of the skull, face, and long bones of all or part of the 49 individuals. Observations on pathologist of the bones and teeth are also discussed. These data are compared with similar material from the Pueblo IV sites of Paako, Pecos, and Hawikuh. The Pottery Mound materials, although of a general Southwestern physical type, are somewhat divergent from other Pueblo IV groups.

Keywords

Pottery Mound, Physical Anthropology, Anthropometry

Sponsors

National Science Foundation

Document Type

Thesis

Language

English

Degree Name

Anthropology

Level of Degree

Masters

Department Name

UNM Department of Anthropology

First Committee Member (Chair)

Harry Wetherald Basehart

Second Committee Member

Willard Williams Hill

Third Committee Member

Frank C. Hibben

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