Room 28 in Pueblo Bonito: Architecture and Ceramics
Author(s): Patricia Crown
A small room in the north-central part of Pueblo Bonito, Room 28 is best known for the large assemblage of cylinder jars discarded in it. The UNM excavations reveal a complex history for the room, including use as an outdoor activity area perhaps under a ramada, construction of walls, remodeling, construction of shelving to hold the cylinder jars, and termination by burning. Ceramics, stratigraphy, radiocarbon and tree-ring dates provide the basis for understanding the sequence of use and abandonment. Backfill encountered in 2013 came from nearby rooms, providing information on construction and use of those rooms as well.
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Room 28 in Pueblo Bonito: Architecture and Ceramics. Patricia Crown. Presented at The 82nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Washington, DC. 2018 ( tDAR id: 444046)
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min long: -123.97; min lat: 37.996 ; max long: -101.997; max lat: 46.134 ;
Abstract Id(s): 19927