This study examines political evolution and archaeological data, producing a sociopolitical model of the rise, florescence, and decline of the Chaco Phenomenon.of pottery as a means of livelihood was probably a result of unusual circumstances and necessity . . . rather than an actively sought - or dictated - way of life. (1985: 348) Again, the presence of part-time specialists does not have any specific implications for the current question ... events in Chaco Canyon (and the San Juan Basin in general) may mean that the magnitude of maintenance requirements mayanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Chaco Anasazi|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1996-08-28|