Unshagi Pueblo (Towa for "Juniper Growing Place")

Excavations of the Jemez Pueblo site of Unshagi in the 1930s. Photo by Paul Ritter, 1938

Towa Culture, Ancestral Village of Jemez Pueblo, occupied from 1420 C.E. to 1590 C.E. (well into Spanish colonial period), located near Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico.

Elevation is c. 2055 meters (6745 feet) above sea level.

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

Data for CG model:
1 1930s Excavations Data of Unshagi.
2. http://www.otherhand.org/home-page/archaeology/unshagi/
3. 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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