Mogollon

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Mo·gol·lon

 (mō′gə-yōn′)
n.
A Native American culture flourishing from the 2nd century bc to the 13th century ad in southeast Arizona and southwest New Mexico, especially noted for its development of pottery.

[After Mogollon, a town in west-central New Mexico where artifacts typical of the culture were excavated.]

Mo•gol•lon

(ˌmoʊ gəˈyoʊn)

n.
1. an extensive plateau or mesa in central Arizona; the SW margin of the Colorado Plateau.
2. a mountain range in W New Mexico.
adj.
3. of or designating an Indian culture of SE Arizona and SW New Mexico c300 b.c.a.d. cl400.