Thursday, May 01, 2008

A not yet stale cliche Archaeologists still sifting through the sands of time
Even though the Hohokam site known as Honey Bee Village in Oro Valley already has provided rich data, archaeologists say more surprises may be in store.
"There is so much we still do not know about the Hohokam," said Henry Wallace, a senior research archaeologist at Desert Archaeology Inc. whose work on the site goes back to the mid-1980s.
"Most of the really interesting stuff will come out of the analysis," Wallace said.

Several artifact photos (good quality, too).