Ancestral Puebloan

An·ces·tral Puebloan

 (ăn-sĕs′trəl)
adj.
Of or relating to a Native American culture flourishing in southern Colorado and Utah and northern New Mexico and Arizona from about ad 100, whose descendants are considered to include the present-day Pueblo peoples. Ancestral Puebloan culture includes an early Basket Maker phase and a later Pueblo phase marked by the construction of cliff dwellings and by expert artisanship in weaving and pottery.
n.
A member of a people sharing this culture.
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Hooked onto a rope slung around a tree, National Park Service rock climber Dave Mealey walked backward off a cliff above Spruce Tree House, one of the best-preserved Ancestral Puebloan cliff dwellings in Mesa Verde National Park.
The Yellowhorse family helps you set up your campsite inside the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park in Arizona and then takes you on a tour of local protected sites, including Ancestral Puebloan ruins and petroglyphs.
Famed for its perfectly restored Ancestral Puebloan cliff dwellings and thousands of archaeological sites, Mesa Verde lies about 50 miles beyond Four Corners Monument.
Mesa Verde, meaning "green table' in Spanish, was established as the first cultural park in the National Park System to preserve the cliff dwellings of the 13 centuries-old ancestral Puebloan culture.
While I already knew of the cliff dwellings of Mesa Verde and Chaco Canyon, I had no idea just how ubiquitous were the remnants of the ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi) civilisation.
We'll explore side canyons of the Escalante River, seek out Ancestral Puebloan petroglyphs, and climb surrounding mesas for desert views stretching for miles.
Prouty will talk about the archaeoastronomy of Assyria, Egypt, Sub-Sahara Africa, Japan, Peru, and the Ancestral Puebloan cultures of the American Southwest.
And then there's its link to the ancestral Puebloan dwellings preserved at Bandelier: Ancestors of today's Jemez tribe built sacred sites on 11,254-foot Redondo Peak, the highest point on the crater's rim.
Washington, May 21 (ANI): In a new research, scientists have determined that global warming did not destroy the ancestral Puebloan civilization in North America.
Southwest may have functioned as an ancestral Puebloan version of the Greenwich Observatory, claims Malville (emeritus, astrophysical and planetary sciences, U.