Seshukwa Pueblo (Towa for "Eagle Dwelling Place")

Towa Culture, Ancestral Village of Jemez Pueblo, occupied from 1450 C.E. to 1650 C.E. (well into Spanish colonial period); located near Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico.

Elevation is c. 2424 meters (7920 feet) above sea level.

Materials: stone walls, wood log roof structure, with mud/clay roof.

Data for CG model:
1. Published surveys on the Internet. http://www.otherhand.org/home-page/archaeology/amoxiumqua-ruins/
2. Elliot, Michael, Jemez Mountain Research Center, 1986; OVERVIEW AND SYNTHESIS OF THE ARCHEOLOGY OF THE J m E Z PROVINCE, NEW MEXICO, Museum of New Mexico Office of Archaeological Studies, Archeology Notes 51, Santa Fe.

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