Homolovi I and the Adobe Pueblo - 2017

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James Blake Wiener
by Doug Gann
published on 05 October 2018

The ancestral Hopi village of Homol’ovi and the satellite village of called the AdobePueblo, recorded in August of 2017. This ancient village was home to a number of Hopi clans from around AD 1280 to 1400. The original village utilized stone and formed adobe brick architecture to at least 4 stories tall. This place was excavated by Dr. E Charles Adams and the Arizona State Museum’s Homol’ovi Research Program in the 1990’s. This digital model will be incorporated into a new digital exhbit on Homol’ovi in space and time. A copy of this model with the vertical scale exaggearted to show details is available at https://skfb.ly/6tqL7

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Gann, D. (2018, October 05). Homolovi I and the Adobe Pueblo - 2017. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image3d/283/homolovi-i-and-the-adobe-pueblo---2017/

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Gann, Doug. "Homolovi I and the Adobe Pueblo - 2017." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified October 05, 2018. https://www.worldhistory.org/image3d/283/homolovi-i-and-the-adobe-pueblo---2017/.

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Gann, Doug. "Homolovi I and the Adobe Pueblo - 2017." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 05 Oct 2018. Web. 16 May 2022.

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