Hell Gap complex is a Plano culture from 10,060 to 9,600 before present. [nb 1] It is named after the Hell Gap archaeological site, in Goshen County, Wyoming.
Other Hell Gap complex sites
In addition to the Hell Gap archaeological site, other Wyoming archaeological sites include the Sister's Hill site in northeastern Wyoming and a bison kill site near Casper, Wyoming. Jones-Miller Bison Kill Site is the only Hell Gap complex site in Colorado.
- Hell Gap point
The Hell Gap projectile points are long stemmed, convex blades.
- ^ James Gunnerson reports dates from 7,500 BCE to 8,890 BCE, depending upon the site and archaeologist, which would be in roughly the same, but a longer, time period.
- ^ a b Gunnerson, James H. (1987). Archaeology of the High Plains. Denver: United States Forest Service. p. 16.
- ^ a b Cassells, E. Steve. (1997). The Archeology of Colorado, Revised Edition. Boulder, Colorado: Johnson Books. p. 79. ISBN 1-55566-193-9.