Explanation of artifact numbers
Every artifact has at least four numbers:
- Project code (2, for Earhart Project).
- Expedition number (e.g., 2 stands for for the second expedition--see list of expeditions below).
- Site identifier (V = village; S = Seven Site).
- Chronological identifier (order of entry into catalog: 1, 2, 3 ...)
If the artifact is in several pieces we add a slash number for each piece. The shoe eyelet, for example, is 2-2-G (for grave site)-7/6 (the shoe was the seventh artifact found in the area, of which the eyelet was the sixth fragment found).
- Niku I (1989)
- Niku II (1991)
- Niku IIIP (1996)
- Niku III (1997)
- Niku IIIIP (1999)
- Niku IIII (2001)
- Niku VP (WOF--2003)
- Niku V (2007)
- Niku VI (2010)
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Pages in category "Artifacts"
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