Photo courtesy of Dr. Glen Doran, Florida State University, Department of Anthropology, Emeritus Faculty
Windover Pond Site (Fla.); Paleo-Indians--Funeral customs and rites--Florida--Brevard County; Paleo-Indians--Anthropometry--Florida--Brevard County; Burial--Florida--Brevard County; Brevard County (Fla.)--Antiquities; Tools; Tools, Prehistoric--Analysis; Indians; Excavations (Archaeology)--Florida--Brevard County; Water-saturated sites (Archaeology)--Florida--Brevard County; Prehistoric society (Fla.); Archeology; Civilization; Florida--History, Local
Atlatsh (artifact image) from A History of Central Florida: Podcast, Episode 01: Windover Burial Site. Episode 1 features the Windover Burial Site in Brevard County, Florida. The Windover Archaeological Site was discovered in 1982 and funding to excavate the pond was awarded in 1984. Windover Pond, along with other sites excavated since 1970, contributed to the major reassessment of Florida's Archaic Period.
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Atlatsh, from A History of Central Florida: Podcast, Episode 01: Windover Burial Site
A History of Central Florida: Podcast, Episode 01: Windover Burial Site
"Atlatsh" (2013). All Museum Images. Image 15.
Episode 01; Windover Burial Site; Archaic Indians; Archaic Florida Indians; Mortuary analysis; Prehistoric tools; Archaic period; Archaic society; Death; Land; Preparation in death; Bury ritual; Native Americans; Artifacts; Central Florida; Bury goods