Some Photos of Arena Alta

FINALLY!

Arena Alta is a Puebloan site of unknown size and composition on the “North Road” between Chaco Canyon and Aztec Ruin.  We did some testing an mapping of the site as part of the ENMU Field School this year.  Here are a few images:

From the top of the Dune.

From the top of the Dune.

Dry screening.

Dry screening.

Finding walls, removing rubble.

Finding walls, removing rubble.

Profile.

Profile.

Kiva edge and other walls.

Kiva edge and other walls.

View to the canyon.

View to the canyon.

Deciphering wall fall and structures.

Deciphering wall fall and structures.

Thousands of points recorded.

Thousands of points recorded.

Calling the shots.

Calling the shots.

Taking shape?

Taking shape?

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About George Crawford

archaeologist, archer, primitive technologist, and wannabee fiddler...mostly
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