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Landergin Mesa

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NRHP Reference #  66000821
Year built  1300
Nearest city  Vega
Designated NHL  July 19, 1964
Added to NRHP  15 October 1966
Location  Oldham County, Texas, USA

Landergin Mesa, near Vega, Texas, is an archeological site, preserving some of the most significant Texas Panhandle culture ruins. Landergin Mesa is a large site with many isolated structures, it is important because of the unique artifacts dating to the Antelope Creek Phase. There are well preserved examples of Borger Cordmarked ceramic vessels from the period. The site also exhibits unique architecture indicative of the Antelope Creek Phase.

(citation: http://www.txarch.org/pdf/publications/2007-04Fall.pdf Pages 17–18)

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