Model depicting the Developmental Pueblo Period, 750-1100 AD, when the pueblo or village architecture developed, pottery-making flourished, new farming techniques emerged and trade became significant, in the Chapin Mesa Archeological Museum, in Mesa Verde National Park, Montezuma County, Colorado, USA. The village shown is from 850 AD and shows Puebloan Indians in a series of connected living and storage rooms, facing South or South West. The pit room in front of the dwellings was used for living or ceremonial purposes. Mesa Verde is the largest archaeological site in America, with Native Americans inhabiting the area from 7500 BC to 13th century AD. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Model depicting the Developmental Pueblo Period, 750-1100 AD, when the pueblo or village architecture developed, pottery-making flourished, new farming techniques emerged and trade became significant, in the Chapin Mesa Archeological Museum, in Mesa Verde National Park, Montezuma County, Colorado, USA. The village shown is from 850 AD and shows Puebloan Indians in a series of connected living and storage rooms, facing South or South West. The pit room in front of the dwellings was used for...
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