Shiloh Mounds Archeological Project

 

Photographic catalog - June 18, 2002

A very frightening caterpillar.

Excavations continue atop Mound A as a safety fence is installed along western side of excavation units (facing N).

Excavations continue atop Mound A as a safety fence is installed along western side of excavation units (facing NNW).

View of newly installed cableway to base of Mound A (facing W).

Donna Rausch excavates in the early morning sun along the south slope of Mound A (facing SE).

View from top of Mound A of partially uncovered North trench (facing N).

 

SEAC field crew excavating atop Mound A (facing SSW).

SEAC field crew excavating atop Mound A (facing SSW).

SEAC field crew excavating atop Mound A (facing SSW).

SEAC field crew excavating atop Mound A, meanwhile work continues on safety fence (facing SW).

Park Superintendent Woody Harrell (in uniform) discusses progress with project leader John Cornelison (facing NE).

Park Superintendent Woody Harrell (in uniform) discusses progress with project leader John Cornelison (facing NE).

 

Park Superintendent Woody Harrell (in uniform) discusses progress with project leader John Cornelison as excavations continue atop Mound A (facing S).

Park Superintendent Woody Harrell (in uniform) discusses progress with project leader John Cornelison as excavations continue atop Mound A (facing S).

Park Superintendent Woody Harrell (in uniform) discusses progress with project leader John Cornelison as excavations continue atop Mound A (facing S).

Project volunteer Tyler Cremeens excavating in the mid afternoon shade on the South slope of Mound A (facing SE).

SEAC archeologist Josh Wells pauses for a break atop Mound A (facing NE).

SEAC archeologist Josh Wells pauses for a break atop Mound A (facing NE).

 

SEAC field crew work to strip zone B from the top of Mound A (facing NNE).

SEAC field crew excavate units in both the arbitrary trench as well as stratigraphic excavation units (facing N).

SEAC field crew excavate units in both the arbitrary trench as well as stratigraphic excavation units (facing N).

N53 E180, Feature 45, 4cm into zone B.

N53 E180, Feature 45, 4cm into zone B.

N53 E180, Feature 45, 4cm into zone B.

 

N53 E180, Feature 45, 4cm into zone B.

SEAC archeologist Jessica McNeil cleans a possible floor surface near the north end of Mound A (facing NNE).

SEAC archeologist Rachel Horlings (near) and SEAC crew chief Tammy Cooper (far) clean fired clay floors in the control trench (facing S).

SEAC archeologist Rachel Horlings (near) and SEAC crew chief Tammy Cooper (far) clean fired clay floors in the control trench (facing S).

SEAC crew chief Chuck Lawson (left) and SEAC archeologist Klinton Baggett (left) remove fill from a feature atop Mound A (facing W).

SEAC archeologists Jessica McNeil and Klinton Baggett excavate atop Mound A (facing NNE).

 

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SEAC archeologist Jessica McNeil exposes a fired clay floor atop Mound A (facing NE).

SEAC archeologist Jessica McNeil exposes a fired clay floor atop Mound A (facing NE).

A very frightening caterpillar.

A very frightening caterpillar.

 

 

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