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American Philosophical Society
El Inga: A Paleo-Indian Site in the Sierra of Northern Ecuador: Transactions, American Philosophical Society (vol. 76, part 4)
William J. Mayer-Oakes (au)
In Jan. 1960, author Mayer-Oakes & Robert Bell began a program of field archeology in Ecuador, with their relocation & test pit excavation at the El Inga site near Quito. Initial studies of the surface collection convinced the two investigators that a major excavation was necessary. Contents of this study: (1) Summary History El Inga Surface Collection; Present Status & Future Prospects; (2) The Surface Collection -- A Descriptive Analysis: Collection Classification; Specimen Classification & Description; (3) Discussion: Macro-Scale; Micro-Scale; (4) Comparisons: Illalo Region: El Inga Excavation Data, & Surface Data; Ecuador Region: Excavation Data & Surface Data; (5) Interpretations; (6) Summary & Conclusions. Illustrations.
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