Anasazi World

Anasazi World From back cover Herr is the most up to date and accurate story of the Anasazi and their fascinating world This ancient civilization disappeared from the Southwest by A D leaving behind their ama

  • Title: Anasazi World
  • Author: Dewitt Jones Linda S. Cordell
  • ISBN: 9780932575050
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Paperback
  • From back cover Herr is the most up to date and accurate story of the Anasazi and their fascinating world This ancient civilization disappeared from the Southwest by A.D 1300, leaving behind their amazing cliff dwellings, but few other clues as to their existence.Noted anthropologist, Linda Cordell, has written an informative text for Anasazi World that races the cluesFrom back cover Herr is the most up to date and accurate story of the Anasazi and their fascinating world This ancient civilization disappeared from the Southwest by A.D 1300, leaving behind their amazing cliff dwellings, but few other clues as to their existence.Noted anthropologist, Linda Cordell, has written an informative text for Anasazi World that races the clues and waves the most complete story of these people to date Professional photographer Dewitt Jones has journeyed throughout the ruins on numerous trips including assignments under contract with the National Geographic Society.

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    1. The book surveys Indian cultures of the Southwest U.S. from the paleo period (11,000 BC) to the Anasazi (A.D. 900-1300), to the period of abandonment and dispersal, and then to the modern (successor) pueblos of today.* The primary focus of the book is on the three main Anasazi cultures (Chaco, Kayenta, and Mesa Verde).** The Anasazi culture was impressive: By the 11th and 12th centuries, there were more than 5,000 Anasazi villages and 100 large towns in the San Juan Basin. An extensive road syst [...]

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