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Snow Owl – September 2004


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Anazasi Ruins
 
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By A.D. 1988 Pueblo Bonito stood virtually complete, although work continued on the other great pueblos.

 
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A ruin northwest of Santa Fe, NM. A principal source of water for Anasazi farms, storms would drench one area while leaving another completely dry.

 
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The picture above and below are of sites near Winslow, Arizona.

 
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This site, abandoned some 500 years ago, has been ravaged by pothunters with shovels, backhoes, and even bulldozers.
 
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A once Anaszi built dam created a reservoir of what is now known as The Little Colorado River.
 
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Barely visible furrows, remnants of Anasazi roads cut by deeper modern roadways, converge on the runis of Pueblo Alto near Chaco Canyon.
 

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Wooden Headdress

 
   

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Abalone Frog; Deer-bone with inlays, used as a scraper
   
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Turquoise cache; may have been a shrine
 
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Chaco Canyon; a single shaft of light, moving downward to bisect the petroglyph signals the start of summer. Discovered by artist Anna Sofaer, the device reflects the intellectual capacity and achievement of the prehistoric Anasazi, who utilized the midday sun to record time’s passage.

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