Castle Rock Pueblo, inhabited 1250-1275, reconstruction (no structures are visible today), watercolour drawing by Paul Ermigiotti, in the Anasazi Heritage Center, an archaeological museum of Native American pueblo and hunter-gatherer cultures, Dolores, Colorado, USA. Castle Rock Pueblo was the site of an Anasazi settlement built 1250–1275, with Great Houses, 16 kivas, 40 rooms, 9 towers, and a D-shaped enclosure, at the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument in Colorado. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Castle Rock Pueblo, inhabited 1250-1275, reconstruction (no structures are visible today), watercolour drawing by Paul Ermigiotti, in the Anasazi Heritage Center, an archaeological museum of Native American pueblo and hunter-gatherer cultures, Dolores, Colorado, USA. Castle Rock Pueblo was the site of an Anasazi settlement built 1250–1275, with Great Houses, 16 kivas, 40 rooms, 9 towers, and a D-shaped enclosure, at the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument in Colorado. Picture by...
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