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N112 E57
Title: Documents for Windover Lot No. 211.
Name(s): Elizabeth Farkas, Creator
Wanda de Montmollin, Creator
Dave Frantz, Creator
Lee Nabergall, Creator
Will Shapiro, Creator
Denise Breit, Creator
Billie Barton, Creator
Greg Komara, Creator
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Forms (Documents)
Language(s): English
Summary: N112 E57
Identifier: FSU_ANT_Windover_UnitExForm_Lot_No_211 (IID)
Burial number: 64
Note(s): Level 2-4, 10-40cmbd
Level 5, 40-50cmbd
Level 6, 50-60cmbd
Level 7, 60-70cmbd
Level 8, 70-80cmbd
Level 9, 80-90cmbd
Level 10, 90-100cmbd
Level 11, 100-110cmbd
Level 12, 110-120cmbd
Level 13, 120-130cmbd
Level 14, 130-140cmbd
Level 15, 140-150cmbd
Level 16, 150-160cmbd
Level 16, 150-160cmbd
Level 17, 160-170cmbd
Level 18, East 170-180cmbd
Level 18, West 170-180cmbd
Level 19, West 180-190cmbd
Level 19, East 180-190cmbd
Level 20, East 190-200cmbd
Level 20, West 190-200cmbd
Level 21, East 200-210cmbd
Level 21, West 200-210cmbd
Level 22, East 210-220cmbd, Specimen Number List, Specimen 1-7, 14-17
Level 22, NW 210-220cmbd
Specimen Number List, Specimen 24
Level 23, East 220-230cmbd, Specimen Number List, Specimen 8, 10-11
Level 23, NW 220-230cmbd
Level 23-28, 220-280cmbd
Level 24, 230-240cmbd, Specimen Number List, Specimen 9
Level 24, NW 230-240cmbd
Level 22-24, SE 210-240cmbd, Specimen Number List, Specimen 18-21
Level 25, East 240-250cmbd, Specimen Number List, Specimen 12-13
Specimen Number List, Specimen 22-23
Level 26, East 250-260cmbd
Level 27, East 260-270cmbd
Level 28, East 270-280cmbd
Auger Test, Level 30-38, 290-380cmbd
Subject(s): Archaeological sites
Indians of North America -- Florida
Archaeology--Field work
Held by: Florida State University, Department of Anthropology, Tallahassee, Florida.
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