Bajada Phase

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A subdivision of the Archaic of southwestern parts of North America dating to c.4800–3200 bc and characterized by increasing numbers of flake scrapers and choppers in lithic assemblages. This hints at greater reliance on plant food in the diet of Bajada communities. Bajada succeeds the Jay Phase and precedes the Cochise Phase.

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