The pottery and stone tools found at King Hill belong to the period of contact with European traders as evidenced by a couple of Venetian trade beads and a copper ring.







Assorted artifacts from an excavation unit in 1966. All photographs on this webpage were taken by Michael Fisher and digitized by Michael Fuller.







Animal bones and sherds from the excavations during 1966.







Venetian blue glass beads, fish scales (ghar), and pottery sherds discovered in 1966.







Excavation of Feature 4.







In situ crushed pottery vessel.







In situ crushed pottery vessel.







Decorated cooking pot of Kansa style.







Decorated cooking pot of Kansa style.







Decorated cooking pot that might be of Pawnee style.







Copper ring from the King HIll site.







Chipped stone tools from King Hill.




Click Here to see digital images of the bones and carbonized seeds from the King HIll excavation