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The Ancient Ones and Organizational Life: What We Can Learn from the Anasazi People

Anasazi Ruins at Keet Seel

Note the retaining wall, with deadman construction. Keet Seel is part of the Kayenta Anasazi, noted for relatively crude construction and particularly high quality pottery. Access was hand and toe holds which run under and diagonally across the NPS wooden added in modern times. Discovered by the Wetherills, a vast amount of pottery was stored. Its current locations are unknown.

In Hopi belief, the village was never formally closed and remains a village.


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