2 edition of Montezuma Castle archeology found in the catalog.
Montezuma Castle archeology
Kate Peck Kent
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|Statement||Kate Peck Kent. --|
|Series||Reports from the Ethnographic Laboratory, Denver Art Museum -- no. 2, Technical series (Southwestern Monuments Association) -- v. 3, pt. 2|
|Contributions||Southwestern Monuments Association|
|LC Classifications||E98.T35 K37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||102 p. :|
|Number of Pages||102|
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OCLC Number: Description: 2 volumes: illustrations, maps ; 23 cm. Contents: pt. Excavations and conclusions / by Earl Jackson ; Material culture / by Sallie Pierce Van Valkenburgh ; with appendix, Crania from Montezuma Castle and Montezuma Well / by Katharine Bartlett.
Today we gaze through the windows of the past into one of the best preserved cliff dwellings in North America. This 20 room high-rise apartment, nestled into a towering limestone cliff, tells a story of ingenuity, survival and ultimately, prosperity in an unforgiving desert landscape.
Come marvel at this enduring legacy of the Sinagua culture. OCLC Number: Description: x, 86 pages, 1 folded plate: illustrations, maps (1 folded) ; 23 cm. Contents: Material culture / by Sallie Pierce Van Valkenburgh --Crania from Montezuma Castle and Montezuma well / by Katherine BartlettSeries Title.
About half of the 61 specimens, 31 in all, in the Montezuma Castle series are classified in this paper as true textiles. MATERIALS. They are woven from cotton and two varieties of yucca.
12 Cotton is found in Montezuma Castle archeology book of the 31 textiles; 23 of these have no other material combined with them. Yucca and cotton together are used in the other 4 pieces.
Montezuma Castle Yavapai County, Arizona Ninety feet off the valley floor is an ancient dwelling put under protection of the U.S.
government by Teddy Roosevelt. Attractions near Verde Valley Archaeology Center: ( mi) Fort Verde State Historic Park ( mi) Montezuma Castle National Monument ( mi) Medicine Wheel Lodge Spiritual Day Lodge & Wolf Sanctuary; View all attractions near Verde Valley Archaeology Center on Tripadvisor/5(56).
Book reviewed in this article: ARCHEOLOGY: Montezuma Castle Archeology: Part 1, Excavations. E arl J ackson and S allie P ierce V an V alkenburgh.
ARCHEOLOGY: Montezuma Castle Archeology: Part 2, Textiles. K ate P eck K ent. The actual Montezuma Castle is a little underwhelming. No Docents at the site to enhance the history aspect.
We found that the Archeology Museum in Camp Verde much more interesting. We had already done V bar V archeology site (pectroglyphs), Palantki and Honanki, and Montezuma's well which seemed all more interesting.3/5(K).
"The Archaeology of Ancient Arizona is a beautifully written volume that clearly explains the prehistory and archaeology of a region blessed with an abundance of intriguing sites and traces the cultures of many vanished peoples.
Upon opening the book, it is instantly clear that southwestern archaeology is a passion with the authors.5/5(6). Inventory survey of Montezuma Castle National Monument was conducted from April 11 to May 7, Of the 70 sites recorded, 30 were new additions to the site inventory.
Cliff dwellings, rockshelters and pueblos were recorded along with one and two-room masonry structures, roasting pits and artifact scatters. Agricultural feature sites include the canals at Montezuma by: 1. This includes Montezuma Castle National Monument.
Located near Camp Verde, Arizona, it’s a wonderful remnant of the Southern Sinagua culture. Inhabited from AD – AD and then abandoned for unknown reasons, it was declared a National Monument in Carved from cliffs and canyons, buried in desert rock and sand are pieces of the ancient past that beckon thousands of visitors every year to the American Southwest.
Whether Montezuma Castle or a chunk of pottery, these traces of prehistory also bring archaeologists from all over the world, and their work gives us fresh insight and information on an almost day-to-day basis. Revisiting Montezuma Castle.
Secret Spaces. Something New for Sutton Hoo. A Surprise City in Thessaly. Zinc Zone. Behind the Curtain. Royal Gams. A Mix of Faiths. Neolithic FaceTime. Bathing. It has been 30 years since Paul and Suzanne Fish () prepared the first archeological overview and assessment of the Verde Valley.
During that time, as the saying goes, “everything has changed, and nothing has changed.” One very significant change is that, as a result of federal legislation requiring archeological survey and evaluation of archeological resources prior to federally Cited by: 1.
Book Reviews Book Reviews Bluhm, Elaine A. Book reviewed in this article: ARCHEOLOGY: Montezuma Castle Archeology: Part 1, Excavations. Earl Jackson and Sallie Pierce Van Valkenburgh ARCHEOLOGY: Montezuma Castle Archeology: Part 2, Textiles.
Right on main street, Camp Verde is lucky to have the Verde Valley Archaeology Center. Their mission is “to preserve archaeological sites and collections, to curate collections locally and to make them available for research and education; to develop partnerships with American Indians, cultural groups and the communities it serves; and to foster a deeper understanding of prehistory and.
Book Reviews more useful for comparative purposes. On the basis of ceramics, it is concluded that the Castle was occupied from A.D. to At the end of the report there is an ap- pendix on crania from Montezuma Castle and Montezuma Well by Katharine Bartlett. - Explore mybookofquotes's board "Archeology & History", followed by people on Pinterest.
See more ideas about History, Archaeology, Ancient pins. The purpose of this website is to document some of the lesser-known prehistoric archaeological sites throughout Arizona. Many of the most spectacular Native American ruins in the state are operated as tourist attractions, with parking lots, sidewalks, guardrails, descriptive signs, and tour guides or Park Rangers keeping an eye on things.
Those Who Came Before (Southwestern Archeology in the National Park System) Canyon De Chelly, Chaco Culture, Gila Cliff Dwellings, Mesa Verde, Montezuma Castle, Navajo, Pecos, Petrified Forest, and Tuzigoot. Product details. Region: Region 1 (U.S.
and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.) Studio: EastWest 5/5(1). Not far from Tulum’s ruins, Cobá was a pre-Columbian Mayan city.
At its peak, it is said to have housed o people. The site’s tallest pyramid is feet in height. Montezuma Castle is a well-preserved cliff dwelling of the Ancestral Puebloeans located near Camp Verde, Arizona.
The dwellings were constructed and used by the Sinagua, a tribe closely related to the Hohokam. Montezuma is believed to have been constructed after A.D.
following the resettlement of the Verde Valley by the Sinagua.2 The Montezuma Attack. One of Arizona’s landmarks received a tragic overhaul of its past. The two buildings, carved from a limestone cliff almost years ago, form a part of Montezuma Castle National Monument.
For more than eight decades, the disappearance of the inhabitants was one of the Southwest’s greatest mysteries.