Shrine (Other Keyword)

Shrines

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Class I Cultural Resources Inventory of the Chaco, San Juan and Portions of the Cabezon Planning Units (1929)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Pamela C. Magers.

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Cultural Resources Overview for the Navajo Forest (1984)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Meade F. Kemrer. Kenneth J. Lord.

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Cultural Resources Overview for the New Mexico Synfuels Project (1982)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Patricia A. McAnany. Ben A. Nelson.

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Ethnographic Investigation of Sites and Locations of Cultural Significance To the Navajo People To Be Affected By Pnm's Four Corners To Ambrosia To Pajarito 500 Kv Transmission Line (1982)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Charles H. Carroll.

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Excavations in the Chama Valley, New Mexico (1923)
DOCUMENT Citation Only J. A. Jeancon.

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Expansion of an Eastern Shrine at the Tapir Group of the Medicinal Trail Community in Northwestern Belize (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jaclyn Doering. David Hyde. Krystle Kelley.

Excavations within the Tapir Group at Medicinal Trail, a Maya hinterland community in northwestern Belize, have revealed evidence for multiple phases of expansion of both Structure B-1, a large pyramidal structure on the eastern side of the courtyard group, and the plaza platform on which it rests. The Tapir Group is a relatively large, formal Plaza Plan 2 courtyard group (as defined by Becker). Excavations indicate that Structure B-1 was expanded at least twice and, in order to accommodate the...


An Hidatsa shrine and the beliefs respecting it (1908)
DOCUMENT Citation Only George H. (George Hubbard) Pepper. Gilbert Livingstone Wilson.

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Inner Sanctum of Feather Cave, a Mogollon Sun and Earth Shrine Linking Mexico and the Southwest (1968)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Florence Hawley Ellis. Laurens Hammack.

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Navajo Sacred Areas: a Guide for Management (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only H. Barry Holt.

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Over, Under, Sideways, Down: Cave Shrines and Settlement in Southwest Prehistory (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Scott Nicolay.

Although evidence for the use of caves and earth openings as shrines in the North American Southwest begins in the Pleistocene, this practice intensified greatly after the development of agriculture. Many of the region’s major shrines appear divisible into three categories: controlled shrines, to which access was restricted by surface architecture; contested shrines, which were located equidistant between two or more surface sites; and remote sites, which may have marked cultural boundaries....


Pajarito Plateau Archaeological Survey and Excavations (1977)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Charles R. Steen.

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Report On the Excavation of Jenez Cave, New Mexico (1935)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Hubert G. Alexander. Paul Reiter.

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A survey and excavation of caves in Hidalgo County, New Mexico (1965)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Marjorie F. Lambert. J. Richard Ambler.

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