Biface Fragment XCB-003-234
XCB-003, or IZM-003, is a site tested by A.P. McCartney in 1971. It is the type-site for the Izembek Phase. A small village with a unique whalebone house and many artifacts similar to those in the Bristol Bay region. It dates approximately 1200-1350 CE.
The Alaska Peninsula artifacts are presented as a result of the research conducted under grants NSF 9630072, NSF 9814086, NSF 9996372, NSF 9996415, NSF 1139266, NSF 1321411. H. Maschner, Principal Investigator. These artifacts were scanned with either a Faro Edge Arm or a Minolta Vivid 9i. Processed in Geomagic or Polyworks. 2-8 photos were used for texture in Geomagic Wrap. Original digitizing work done at the IVL at Id. St. Univ. Subsequent processing and publication completed at Global Digital Heritage.
McCartney, A.P. 1974 Prehistoric Cultural Integration along the Alaska Peninsula. APUA 16(1):59-84. 2. Maschner: doi: 10.1353/arc.2011.0007 Arctic Anthro. January 1, 2004 vol. 41 no. 2 98-111.