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ANASAZI CULTURE

The Virgin Anasazi and the Pan-Southwestern trade system, A.D. 900-1550

Author: 
K. Rafferty
Article Date: 
1990
Article Abstract: 
The Virgin Anasazi settlements occupied the southern tip of Nevada, south-central Utah, and the Kanab Plateau in northern Arizona. Illus. Map. Bibliog.
Language: 
English
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The late survival of pithouse architecture in the kayanta Anasazi area

Author: 
P.M.Hobler
Article Date: 
September 1974
Language: 
English
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The Hovenweep Archaeological Project: a study of aboriginal agricultural patterns

Author: 
J.C.Winter
Article Date: 
December 1974
Language: 
English
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Organization of space in the Anasazi ceremonial site of Yellow Jacket, 5MT-5

Author: 
J. Malville and M. Neupert
Article Date: 
January-December 1986
Article Abstract: 
Discusses the astronomical aspects of 5MT-5 (located near Yellow Jacket, Colorado) with special emphasis on several monoliths perhaps used for sighting solstice sunrises. Illus. Map
Language: 
English
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Neutron activation of Dogoszhi style ceramics: production and exchange in the Chacoan regional system

Author: 
J. Neitzel and R. Bishop
Article Date: 
1990
Article Abstract: 
Four questions concerning the production and exchange of Dogoszhi style ceramics are addressed. Neutron activation reveals compositional differences suggesting different manufacturing locations. Illus. Map. Bibliog.
Language: 
English
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Fremont and Anasazi resource selection: an examination of faunal assemblage variation in the northern Southwest

Author: 
N. Sharp
Article Date: 
1990
Article Abstract: 
Faunal resource exploitation by the two cultures is compared, and an underlying similarity of exploitation is found, contradicting a prior assumption of greater exploitation by the Fremont Culture. Tabular data.
Language: 
English
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A note on the identification of pulled handles on Anasasi pttery

Author: 
C.R.Bennett
Article Date: 
Spring 1973
Language: 
English
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