Blending Architectural Traditions at the Edge of Cibola, New Mexico
Author(s): Paul Reed
The archaeological zone south of Grants, New Mexico and north of Quemado, New Mexico has long represented an enigma for southwestern archaeologists. Straddling the so-called Mogollon-Pueblo boundary and lying south of the boundary between the Pueblos of Acoma and Zuni, its archaeology combines traits of multiple cultural traditions. Detailed recording at sites in the area reveals a mix of architectural approaches including use of adobe, sandstone, and igneous rock—often at the same site. This paper explores architectural variation to track fluidity in construction and concomitant cultural identity at the edge of Cibola.
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Blending Architectural Traditions at the Edge of Cibola, New Mexico. Paul Reed. Presented at The 81st Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, British Columbia. 2017 ( tDAR id: 431759)
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Abstract Id(s): 14976