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After surveys had been conducted, the site was divided into five areas, each corresponding to a concentration of cultural remains. Areas number 1, 2, and 3 are situated in the northern part of the site, while areas number 4 and 5 are in the southern part. Evidence of inhabitation in the Early Palaeoindian period has been found in areas number 1, 2, 3, and 5. Evidence of inhabitation from the Late Palaeoindian period has been found in areas number 1 and 2. Finally, evidence of inhabitation from the Archaic period has been found in area number 4.
Plan of the Cliche-Rancourt site, with topographical contours, trails, and four concentrations of black points indicating excavation areas. A line represents an inverted T trail crosses the plan. A road borders the plan to the left and a section of Spider Lake is to the right.

Distribution of the occupancy areas at the BiEr-14 site, also known as the Cliche-Rancourt site.