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The Enshrined Pueblos of Montezuma Canyon (2019)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Daniel Cutrone. Madalyn Bills.

This is an abstract from the "SAA 2019: General Sessions" session, at the 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. A long-standing goal of Southwestern archaeology is to understand the reason behind settlement location and why some locations seem to be given elevated status. The Spirit Bird Cave Model presented at the 2003 SAA Annual Meeting pointed to the fact that sacred geography incorporating features of the physical geography played an important role in settlement...

Malpaso Valley - La Quemada Project
PROJECT Ben Nelson. Arizona State Universtity.

For over 15 years, Mexican and American archaeologists and students have dug ancient ruins, walked the high desert landscape, and worked in laboratories to understand the rise and fall of La Quemada, Zacatecas. We want to know why societies become complex, developing social hierarchies with specialized economic, political, and religious roles for their members. Why do civilizations expand? Northern Mexico's ancient past is an ideal context for studying these questions. During the period A.D....

Nelson and Schiavitti 1992 Trabajos conducidos por La State University of New York dentro del Proyecto La Quemada 1989-90 (1992)
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Field report of work conducted at La Quemada in the 1989-90 field season

Nelson et. al. 2002 Informe tecnico parcial del Proyecto Valle del Malpaso La Quemada Temporada 1997-98 (2002)
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Field report of excavations at La Quemada and Los Pilarillos from 1997-98