Contributions to Mesa Verde Archaeology: IV Site 1086, An Isolated, Above Ground Kiva in Mesa Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado (Pamphlet)
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Author: Lister, Robert H.
Publisher: University of Colorado Press
Pub Date: 1967
Binding: Paperback (pamphlet)
Condition: 2 copies. Copy 1 (DU): Fair to Good. Ex-Library. Stapled binding tight. No tears, bends. Library blindstamp on title page, plus other typical library markings (label, handwriting, stamps). Library stamp on inside front cover. Small smudge, about half the size of a fingerprint, on upper front cover. Light edge wear. Copy 2 (RCL): Good. Binding tight. No tears, bends or folds. A couple of smudges to front cover, a couple of smudges to bottom of text block. Appears unused.
Notes: University of Colorado Studies, Series in Anthropology No. 13. When excavated Site 1086 was initially thought to be a tower, but further excavation indicated it was the site of an above-ground kiva, probably used for religious activities “for only a decade or two before and after 1100 A.D.” (Discussion, p. 23)
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