Mimbres archaeology at the NAN Ranch Ruin
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Published by University of New Mexico Press in Albuquerque .
Written in English


  • Mimbres culture.,
  • Indians of North America -- New Mexico -- Mimbres River Valley -- Antiquities.,
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- New Mexico -- Mimbres River Valley.,
  • Mimbres.,
  • Indiens d"Amérique -- Nouveau-Mexique.,
  • Fouilles (Archéologie) -- Nouveau-Mexique.,
  • NAN Ranch Site (N.M.),
  • Mimbres River Valley (N.M.) -- Antiquities.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 271-285) and index.

StatementHarry J. Shafer.
LC ClassificationsE99.M76 S53 2003, E99.M76 S53 2003
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 297 p. :
Number of Pages297
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18260132M
ISBN 100826322042
LC Control Number2003005011

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Mimbres Archaeology at the NAN Ranch Ruin. Harry J. Shafer. UNM Press, - History - pages. 1 Review. Following two decades of excavations and research at the NAN Ranch Ruin Reviews: 1.   1. PDF Mimbres Archaeology at the NAN Ranch Ruin Full Books ; 2. Book Details Author: Harry J. Shafer Pages: Publisher: University of New Mexico Press Brand: English ISBN: Publication Date: Release Date: E-book: October $ Paperback His career in Mesoamerican archaeology can be said to have begun in when he turned south in his Rolls Royce and began traveling through the Maya lowlands photographing ruins. Mimbres Archaeology at the NAN Ranch Ruin. By Harry Shafer. $ Paperback: Add. Today's headquarters are still the base of NAN Ranch where operations began in the early s, although most of the buildings here today date back to the s and s. The wild Mimbres River traverses diverse habitat throughout this Ranch that is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The Ranch is considered an early Mogollon Culture Site as a result of years of extensive investigation .

Darrell Creel, A Primary Cremation at the NAN Ranch Ruin, with Comparative Data on Other Cremations in the Mimbres Area, New Mexico, Journal of Field Archaeology, /jfa, 16, 3, (), (). Ten years of Mimbres archaeology: Shafer, Harry J. Archaeology at the Nan Ruin: Shafer, Harry J. Four possible stone axe sharpening locations in the vicinity of: Bentley, Mark: Hueco Tanks: A multicomponent site located in Water Canyon (Jarilla: Bemtley, Mark T. Mountains, New Mexico) A Clovis projectile point from the vicinity of Samalayuca. NAN Ranch collection. And, in , shortly before retiring from TAMU, Shafer published Mimbres Archaeology at the NAN Ranch Ruin, with the University of New Mexico of the site, he understood that he was being offered a For decades, the NAN Ranch collection has been temporarily ANTHROPOLOGY NEWS Page 4 Thirty-six years ago, Texas. BesidesXSX Ranch, thereare other pueblos intheGila Forks that have similar collections and probably date to the earlyPost those are WestFork Ruin, TJ Ruin, Diamond Creek Village, and Tiwn Pines. Rooms 15 and 16 Room 7. 1 1 2 3 6 3 1 3 1 1 13 5 1 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 MimbresA MimbresB Unassigned. Ceramic Types Mimbres

  The NAN Ranch Ruin site is a Late Pit-house and Classic Mimbres village located along the Mimbres River, at Dwyer, New Mexico and the NAN Ranch was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in It was occupied by Mimbreños from about to and is considered an early Mogollon culture site. Harriet and C.B. Cosgrove conducted the earliest excavations with their son in . The NAN Ranch Ruin (LA ) is a Classic Mimbres pueblo ruin having at least rooms built within at least three room blocks overlaying a Mogollon pithouse village 5. Early archeological investigations of the NAN Ranch Ruin were initiated by Cosgrove and Cosgrove 6 in after the partial destruction of the site by looters and vandals.   Mikel Rico: "Hay mimbres, jugadores, plantilla y cuerpo técnico para darle la vuelta a la situación". site, the NAN Ruin. Mimbres Archaeology at the NAN Ranch Ruin offers Shafer's per-spective on the genesis of the Mimbres Phenomenon as revealed by excavations at the NAN Ruin. Mimbres scholars should be aware of the interpretations offered here, but the book seems directed foremost to the interested public who follow Mimbres archaeology closely.