Anasazi Art, History, and Culture

The Anasazi inhabited the Four Corners area of the southwestern United States between the years 700BC and 1275 AD. They had no kings or nobles. They were mostly farmers. However, they were also amazing builders who excelled in masonry. The Anasazi constructed circular kivas, ceremonial centers, enormous road systems, buildings as high as seven stories, and elaborate irrigation systems.

Balcony House
Balcony House
White House Ruin
White House Ruin
Fajada Butte
Fajada Butte
Anasazi Cliff Palace
Anasazi Cliff Palace
Anasazi Ceramics
Anasazi Ceramics
Balcony House Kiva 01
Balcony House Kiva 01
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