Desert Archaeology Technical Report 2014-07 Dec 16

Broad Perspectives from a Narrow Window: The La Villa Site

The La Villa site was one of the largest pre-Classic Hohokam settlements in the Phoenix Basin, covering more than 80 acres between its founding (A.D. 500-650) and abandonment (A.D. 1000-1100). The people who lived here supported themselves through farming, and the site itself was situated within a major network of…