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Chaco Canyon

Taking a look at the architecture, pottery and pictographs left behind by the people of Chaco Canyon, and how these same ideas are in use today in the modern Pueblo of Taos.
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Josie Klein

on 13 September 2013

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Transcript of Chaco Canyon

Architecture
Layout
Kivas
Building Material
Contents
Structure
Styles of Masonry
Structure
Shape
Position
Position
Door
Ceiling
Bench
Type I
Type II
Type III
Type IV
Fire Pit
Floors/Ceilings
Doors
Chaco Canyon
D-Shape
Block
Size
Celestial
Eachother
What was left behind
Pottery
Pictographs
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