Prehistory of Perry Mesa: The Short-Lived Settlement of a Mesa-Canyon Complex in Central Arizona, Ca. A.D. 1200-1450
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Authors: Ahlstrom, Richard V.N. and Roberts, Heidi
Publisher: Arizona Archaeological Society
Pub Date: 1995
Condition: Fair to Good. Binding tight. No tears, bends or folds. Previous owner’s stamp on bottom text block. Very light edge and corner wear. Appears unused.
Notes: The Arizona Archaeologist Number 30. The Perry Mesa region has been archaeologically surveyed, resulting in the recording of approximately 300 sites. The residents of the region lived in some of the largest masonry pueblos (more than 100 ground floor rooms, often two stories) of the period. Their origin is unknown, as is their post-abandonment destinations. The ISBN on this volume is invalid. This volume was reissued by AAS in 2016, with a different ISBN. This is the original edition.
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