Shiloh Mounds Archeological Project

 

Photographic catalog - November 6, 2003

SEAC archeologist David Bleckley records field notes concerning one of three exploratory test excavation units dug into the western profile wall of the 'backhoe trench' of Mound A, as project leader John Cornelison (in trench) inspects the progress of another such units (facing SE).

SEAC archeologist David Bleckley records field notes concerning one of three exploratory test excavation units dug into the western profile wall of the 'backhoe trench' of Mound A, as project leader John Cornelison (in trench) inspects the progress of another such units (facing SE).

SEAC crew chief Jessica McNeil taking a stadia rod from SEAC archeologist Ehren Habela after measuring the depth of an exploratory test excavation into the western wall of the 'backhoe trench' of Mound A, as project leader David Anderson records field notes in the foreground (facing N).

N42 E184 (floor at 645 cmbd).

N42 E184 (floor at 645 cmbd).

N42 E184 (floor at 645 cmbd).

 

N42 E184 (floor at 645 cmbd).

N42 E184 (floor at 645 cmbd).

N42 E184 (floor at 645 cmbd).

N42 E184 (floor at 645 cmbd).

N42 E184 (floor at 645 cmbd).

A rather frightening spider

 

Project volunteer Matthew Wright

Project volunteer Victoria Matthews

N43-N44, eastern wall profile (floor at 825 cmbd).

N43-N44, eastern wall profile (floor at 825 cmbd).

N38 E184 (floor at 650 cmbd).

N38 E184 (floor at 650 cmbd).

 

N38 E184 (floor at 650 cmbd).

N38 E184 (floor at 650 cmbd).

N38 E184 (floor at 650 cmbd).

N38 E184 (floor at 650 cmbd).

Work continues on the three exploratory test excavation units dug into the western profile wall of the 'backhoe trench' of Mound A as (closest unit to furthest unit) SEAC crew chief Jessica McNeil and SEAC archeologists Ehren Habela and David Bleckley continue excavating (facing N).

Work continues on the three exploratory test excavation units dug into the western profile wall of the 'backhoe trench' of Mound A as (closest unit to furthest unit) SEAC crew chief Jessica McNeil and SEAC archeologists Ehren Habela and David Bleckley continue excavating (facing N).

 

N38 E184 (floor at 652 cmbd).

N38 E184 (floor at 652 cmbd).

N38 E184 (floor at 652 cmbd).

N38 E184 (floor at 652 cmbd).

N38 E184 (floor at 652 cmbd).

N38 E184 (floor at 652 cmbd).

 

N42 E184 (floor at 654 cmbd).

N42 E184 (floor at 654 cmbd).

N42 E184 (floor at 654 cmbd).

N42 E184 (floor at 654 cmbd).

N42 E184 (floor at 654 cmbd).

N42 E184 (floor at 654 cmbd).

 

N42 E184 (floor at 654 cmbd).

N42 E184 (floor at 654 cmbd).

View of three exploratory test excavation units dug into the western profile wall of the 'backhoe trench' of Mound A (facing NNW).

(foreground L to R) SEAC crew chief Jessica McNeil, and SEAC archeologists Ehren Habela (in trench) and David Bleckley excavating the three exploratory test excavation units dug into the western profile wall of the 'backhoe trench' of Mound A (facing NNW).

(foreground L to R) SEAC crew chief Jessica McNeil, and SEAC archeologists Ehren Habela (in trench) and David Bleckley excavating the three exploratory test excavation units dug into the western profile wall of the 'backhoe trench' of Mound A (facing NNW).

(foreground L to R) SEAC crew chief Jessica McNeil, and SEAC archeologists Ehren Habela (in trench) and David Bleckley excavating the three exploratory test excavation units dug into the western profile wall of the 'backhoe trench' of Mound A (facing NNW).

 

(foreground L to R) SEAC crew chief Jessica McNeil, and SEAC archeologists Ehren Habela (in trench) and David Bleckley excavating the three exploratory test excavation units dug into the western profile wall of the 'backhoe trench' of Mound A (facing NNW).

N43 E180 (floor at 640 cmbd).

N43 E180 (floor at 640 cmbd).

N43 E180 (floor at 640 cmbd).

N43 E180 (floor at 640 cmbd).

N43 E180 (floor at 640 cmbd).

 

N43 E180 (floor at 640 cmbd).

N43 E180 (floor at 640 cmbd).

N40 E184 (floor at 776 cmbd).

N40 E184 (floor at 776 cmbd).

N40 E184, north wall profile (floor at 776 cmbd).

N40 E184, north wall profile (floor at 776 cmbd).

 

N40 E184, north wall profile (floor at 776 cmbd).

N40 E184, north wall profile (floor at 776 cmbd).

N40 E184, west wall profile (floor at 776 cmbd).

N40 E184, west wall profile (floor at 776 cmbd).

N40 E184, west wall profile (floor at 776 cmbd).

N40 E184, west wall profile (floor at 776 cmbd).

 

N40 E184, west wall profile (floor at 776 cmbd).

N40 E184, north and west wall profile (floor at 776 cmbd).

N40 E184, north and west wall profile (floor at 776 cmbd).

N40 E184, south and west wall profile (floor at 776 cmbd).

N40 E184, south and west wall profile (floor at 776 cmbd).

N43 E181 (floor at 662 cmbd).

 

N43 E181 (floor at 662 cmbd).

N43 E181 (floor at 662 cmbd).

N43 E181 (floor at 662 cmbd).

N43 E181 (floor at 662 cmbd).

SEAC archeologists Case Robbertson (bottom) and Steven Kidd (top left) excavating just south of the southern profile of Mound A with project leader John Cornelison (facing NE).

SEAC archeologists Case Robbertson (bottom) and Steven Kidd (top left) excavating just south of the southern profile of Mound A with project leader John Cornelison (facing NE).

 

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SEAC archeologists Case Robbertson (bottom) and Steven Kidd (top left) excavating just south of the southern profile of Mound A with project leader John Cornelison (facing NE).

(L to R) SEAC archeologists David Bleckley, Ehren Habela, and SEAC crew chief Jessica McNeil excavating in the three exploratory test excavation units dug into the western profile wall of the 'backhoe trench' of Mound A (facing E).

(L to R) SEAC archeologists David Bleckley, Ehren Habela, and SEAC crew chief Jessica McNeil excavating in the three exploratory test excavation units dug into the western profile wall of the 'backhoe trench' of Mound A (facing E).

(L to R) Project volunteers Victoria Matthews, Matthew Wright, and project volunteer Sarah Parsons waterscreening moundfill on at the southern screening station on the southern apron of Mound A (facing W).

 

 

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