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Chaco Meridian

One Thousand Years of Political and Religious Power in the Ancient Southwest

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        StatementRowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
        PublishersRowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
        LC Classifications2015
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        Paginationxvi, 128 p. :
        Number of Pages70
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begins at Pueblo Alto [at] Chaco Canyon and runs at about 15 [degrees] east of north 3 km to Escavada Wash. They still had this knack when forced to leave Aztec about A. Note, however, that Lekson noticed the alignment first, then developed his theory to explain it. Here, he marshals new evidence and new interpretations to further the case for ritual astronomical alignment of monumental structures and cities, great ceremonial roads, and the shift of the regional Chaco Meridian first from Chaco Canyon to the Aztec Ruins site and then to Paquime, all located on the same longitudinal meridian.

The amateur sleuth finds support for this assertion from the opposite end of the North Road. 'I thought you said Provisions'" [Milne 1992:113]. List of Figures Foreword in Three Movements Ruth M.

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Faced with this flaw in his theory, our police inspector extemporizes. In this case at least, the cardinal directions were important to people in Chaco Canyon. Let's take another look, then, at our supposed exercise in compulsion. Lekson expands-over time and distance-our understanding of the political and economic integration of the American Southwest. Lekson argues, in passing, Chaco Meridian Aztec was actually the second attempt to establish a Chacoan capital north of Chaco—the first, unsuccessful attempt being at Salmon Ruin Lekson 1999:Figure 2.