Adovasio, J. M.. Textiles:

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Title: Textiles:

Published in: Hogup Cave, [by] C. Melvin Aikens

Published By: Hogup Cave, [by] C. Melvin Aikens Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1970. 133-153 p.: ill.

By line: by James M. Adovasio

HRAF Publication Information: New Haven, Conn.: HRAF, 2010. Computer File

Culture: Early Desert Archaic (NT50)

Subjects: Mats and basketry (285); Burden carrying (482); Utensils (415); Cultural participation (184);

Abstract: Adovasio discusses the textiles, in this case basketry and construction materials, found during the excavations. The collection includes twined and coiled baskets, bags, mats, and trays. The 'construction materials include all single vegetal fibers; randomly bunched fibers; knotted and twisted fibers; braided fibers; and a variety of other items which ... belong in this analysis because of their potential use in textile production or as representatives of the detritus resultant from textile production.' (page 133). Coiling was the prefered technique with one-rod and bundle foundation the dominant method. This method of coiling is able to produce a container that is impermeable without caulking and may have been the reason for its popularity. This collection is compared to the materials found at Danger Cave. Only the data that pertain to unit I are marked for Outline of Cultural Material (OCM) codes.

Document Number: 2

Document ID: nt50-002

Document Type: Component part(s), monograph

Language: English

Field Date: 26 June-15 August 1967, 15 June-20 August 1968

Evaluation: Archaeologist-4, 5

Analyst: Sarah Berry; 2010

Coverage Date: 8400-150 BP (6400 BC-AD 1850)

Coverage Place: Units I-IV, Hogup Cave, Utah, United States

LCSH: Hogup Cave (Utah)

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