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vii illustrations Figures 1.1  The Cibola area in the American Southwest 7 2.1  Population circulation in the Atamo Valley, 1920–24 16 3.1  The Cibola area and Zuni region 34 3.2  The El Morro Valley showing survey areas and major sites 36 3.3 Regional site distribution during the Chaco period 41 3.4  The Hinkson great house 44 3.5 Regional site distribution during the post-Chaco period 45 3.6  The Kluckhohn ruin in Togeye Canyon  46 3.7 Regional site distribution during the early Pueblo IV period 48 3.8  The Los Gigantes core area 59 3.9  The Scribe S settlement group 61 3.10  Tinaja 62 4.1  Midden depths in the El Morro Valley, Jaralosa Draw area, and Mesa Verde area  68 4.2  Midden depths in the El Morro Valley, Jaralosa Draw area, and Mesa Verde area 69 4.3  Postholes from jacal walls at Los Gigantes  72 4.4 Stem-and-leaf plots of El Morro Valley tree-ring dates from Pueblo III sites 74 4.5  All tree-ring dates from the El Morro Valley 80 4.6  Date ranges for Pueblo III period ceramic groups 85 5.1 Historic period Zuni land use  92 5.2  Potential farming zone around the El Morro Valley 94 5.3  Ma’kyayanne (Zuni Salt Lake) 97 5.4  Zuni region geology 103 5.5  Pottery production zones in the Cibola area 109 5.6  Geography of thirteenth-century mobility 120 6.1 Nine k-means clusters in the settlement data 127 6.2 Sixteen k-means clusters in the settlement data 128 6.3 El Morro Valley pueblos by temporal cluster 133 6.4  Box plot of room block sizes 138 6.5 Selected large room blocks in the El Morro Valley 141 6.6  CS142 (Spier 142) settlement group  142 6.7  Distribution of sites in the Jaralosa Draw area 153 6.8  Distribution of sites in the Heshot uła area during three different time periods 154 7.1  Ceramic compositional groups by settlement group 162 7.2  Ceramic compositional groups by room block 163 Tables 3.1  Van West and Grissino-Mayer Climate Intervals 39 3.2 Sites and Settlement Groups Used in Primary Analyses 58 4.1 Occupation Estimates for LZ1204 and LZ1209 67 4.2  Architectural Technologies at Excavated Sites in the El Morro Valley 70 4.3 Summary of Temporal Ceramic Groups 84 4.4 Sites With Ceramic Assemblages Assigned to Multiple Groups 87 5.1  INAA Compositional Group Descriptions 105 5.2  INAA Compositional Group Assignments at Pueblo III Period Sites 106 5.3  INAA Compositional Group Assignments at Pueblo IV Period Sites 108 5.4  Pottery Type Frequencies by Compositional Group 110 5.5  Carbon-Painted White Ware at El Morro Valley Sites 117 5.6  Geographic Sources of Obsidian in the El Morro Valley 118 6.1  K-Means Clusters of El Morro Valley Pueblos 129 6.2  Temporal Assignments for El Morro Valley Pueblos 134 6.3 El Morro Valley Room Block Sizes 138 6.4  Characteristics of Large El Morro Valley Sites 140 6.5  Temporal Distribution of Sites by Site Size 143 6.6  Large Nucleated Pueblos That Were Potentially Built Prior to AD 1275 150 6.7  Pueblo III Room Block Sizes in the Heshot uła and Jaralosa Draw Areas 155 7.1  Local and Nonlocal Pottery at Pueblo III Sites in the El Morro Valley 161 7.2  Brainerd-Robinson Coefficients for Between-Group Comparisons 165 7.3  Brainerd-Robinson Coefficients for Between-Site Comparisons 166 viii Illustrations Illustrations ix 7.4  Monte Carlo Probabilities of Being Drawn From the Same Population 168 7.5  Monte Carlo Probabilities for Between-Site Comparisons 170 7.6 Simpson’s 1–C Index and Richness Values by Site and Group 172 ...

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ISBN
9780816599554
Related ISBN
9780816529865
MARC Record
OCLC
828490578
Pages
208
Launched on MUSE
2013-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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