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Chris Espenshade
Shawn Patch

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Intensive archaeological investigations of the Jácana site yielded results that suggest although the site saw limited occupation in the late period, A.D. 1300-1500, there was evidence of intensive use of the site as a ceremonial destination, as an element of a broader landscape of cultural importance. The various lines of evidence from the multi-disciplinary study of Jácana are presented in this paper, as well as a discussion of the site’s place in the extensive network of sites and landscapes.

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Espenshade, C., & Patch, S. (2024). The Jácana Site, PO-29: A Lightly Occupied, Heavily Utilized, Ceremonial Center in South-Central Puerto Rico, A.D. 1300-1500. Revista De Arqueología Americana, (41), 335–362. https://doi.org/10.35424/rearam.i41.5824
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