List of ancient dwellings of Pueblo peoples in Utah
This is a list of ancient dwellings of Pueblo peoples in Utah, United States.
List of ancient dwellings of Pueblo peoples in Utah - Wikipedia
Mesa Grande
Mesa Grande Cultural Park, in Mesa, Arizona, preserves a group of Hohokam structures constructed during the classical period. The ruins were occupied between AD 1100 and 1400 (Pueblo II - Pueblo IV E...
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Pesedeuinge
The Pesedeuinge is a Tewa Pueblo ancestral site in an address-restricted area of Abiquiú, New Mexico. It was occupied from around 1350 until around 1450.
Kinishba Ruins
Kinishba Ruins is a sprawling, 600-room great house archaeological site in eastern Arizona and is administered by the Southern Athabaskan-speaking White Mountain Apache Tribe of the nearby Fort Apache...
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Agate House Pueblo
Agate House is a partially reconstructed Puebloan building in Petrified Forest National Park, built almost entirely of petrified wood. The eight-room pueblo has been dated to approximately the year 90...
Hohokam Pima National Monument
The Hohokam Pima National Monument is an ancient Hohokam village within the Gila River Indian Community, near present day Sacaton, Arizona. The monument features the archaeological Snaketown, design...
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Navajo National Monument
Navajo National Monument is a National Monument located within the northwest portion of the Navajo Nation territory in northern Arizona, which was established to preserve three-well preserved cliff dw...
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Teeuinge
Teeuinge is one of the principal Tewa Pueblo ancestral sites in New Mexico, US. It is situated in the southerly angle formed by the juncture of Rio Oso and Rio Chama. The site measures approximately ...
Cliff Palace
The Cliff Palace is the largest cliff dwelling in North America. The structure built by the Ancient Pueblo Peoples is located in Mesa Verde National Park in their former homeland region. The cliff dwe...
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Poshuouinge
Poshuouinge (pronounced "poe-shoo-wingay") is a large ancestral Pueblo ruin located on U.S. Route 84, about 2.5 miles (4.0 km) south of Abiquiu, New Mexico. Its builders were the ancestors of t...
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Howiri
Howiri ("gray projecting-point") is a Tewa Pueblo ancestral site in Taos County, New Mexico, United States. Its ten circular kivas are located on the east bank of Rio Ojo Caliente, near Homayo. It wa...
Cueva de la Ranchería
Cueva de la Ranchería is an archaeological site located south of Ciudad Madera, in the Sirupa Canyon region, northwest of the Mexican state of Chihuahua.Ciudad Madera has basic tourism infrastructure,...
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Great house
A great house is a large house or mansion with luxurious appointments and great retinues of indoor and outdoor staff, especially those of the turn of the 20th century (i.e., the late Victorian or Edwa...
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Cueva de la Momia
Cueva de la Momia is an archaeological site located in the region of Ciudad Madera, in the Sirupa Canyon region, northwest of the Mexican state of Chihuahua. It is located at the foot of a very high c...
Canyons of the Ancients National Monument
Canyons of the Ancients National Monument is a national monument protecting an archaeologically-significant landscape located in the southwestern region of the U.S. state of Colorado. The monument's 1...
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Sapawe, New Mexico
Sapawe or Sepawe is a Tewa Pueblo ancestral site in an address-restricted area near El Rito, New Mexico. It was occupied from around 1350 until around 1550.
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Sipapu
Sipapu is a Hopi word which refers to a small hole or indentation in the floor of kivas used by the ancient Pueblo peoples and modern-day Puebloans. It symbolizes the portal through which their ancie...
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Trincheras
Trincheras is a town, and the surrounding municipality of the same name, in the north-west of the Mexican state of Sonora. It was founded in 1775 by Bernardo de Urrea. The municipal area is 3,764.26&#...
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Piro Pueblos
Piro Pueblo /ˈpɪroʊ/: The Piros (not to be confused with the Piros of the Ucayali basin in Peru) were a Native American Pueblo people that lived in a number of pueblos in the Rio Grande Valley around ...
Ancient dwellings of Pueblo peoples
Hundreds of Ancestral Puebloan dwellings are found across the American Southwest. With almost all constructed well before 1492 CE, these Puebloan towns and villages are located throughout the geograph...
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List of ancient dwellings of Pueblo peoples in Colorado
This is a list of Ancestral Puebloan dwellings in Colorado, United States.
Archaeologists have agreed on three main periods of ancient occupation by Pueblo peoples in southwestern Colorado: Pueblo...
List of ancient dwellings of Pueblo peoples in Colorado - Wikipedia
Yucca House National Monument
Yucca House National Monument is a United States National Monument located in Montezuma County, Colorado between the towns of Towaoc (headquarters of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe) and Cortez, Colorado. ...
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Posege
Posege (meaning: "greeness"; alternate Pose-uingge, meaning "Pose village-at") is one of the principal Tewa Pueblo ancestral sites in New Mexico, US. Located on the banks of the Rio Ojo Caliente at th...
Tsama Pueblo
The Tsama Pueblo is a Tewa Pueblo ancestral site in an address-restricted area of Abiquiú, New Mexico. It was occupied from around 1250 until around 1500 and contained 1100 rooms. The site and others ...
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