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ID: 300016954
Page Link: http://vocab.getty.edu/page/aat/300016954

 

Record Type: concept
Ancestral Puebloan (Pre-Columbian Pueblo styles, Pre-Columbian Southwestern North American styles, ... Styles and Periods (hierarchy name))

 

Note: Refers to the style and culture of a North American civilization that existed in the "Four Corners" area, where the boundaries of the states of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah intersect. The culture flourished from the first century CE to around 1300 CE, and descendants of this cultural group probably include the modern Pueblo Indians now living in New Mexico and Arizona. The style is noted for fine baskets, pottery, cloth, ornaments, tools, and great architectural achievements, including cliff dwellings and apartment-house-like villages, or pueblos. In some classification schemes, the modern Pueblo cultures are considered later phases of this people, though most schemes end this culture with the abandonment of the cliff dwellings around 1300 CE.
 
Terms:
Ancestral Puebloan (preferred,C,U,English-P,D,U,A)  ............ preferred by Native Americans, and in most common usage
Ancestral Pueblo (C,U,English,UF,U,U)
Moki (Ancestral Puebloan) (C,U,English,UF,U,U)
Moqui (Ancestral Puebloan) (C,U,English,UF,U,U)  ............ meaning "the dead," used by the Hopi to identify their ancestors
Basketmaker-Pueblo (C,U,English,UF,U,U)
Hisatsinom (C,U,English,UF,U,U)
Hisatsinom (Hopi,UF,U,U)
Oude Pueblo (C,U,Dutch-P,D,U,U)
Pueblo Ancestral (C,U,Spanish-P,D,U,U)
cultura Pueblo (C,U,Spanish,AD,U,U)
Anaasází (C,U,Navajo,UF,U,U)
Anasazi (H,U,English,UF,U,U)  ............ avoided in modern usage, non-preferred by contemporary Pueblo peoples
Anasazi (Spanish,UF,U,U)
Anasazi Culture (H,U,English,UF,U,U)

Facet/Hierarchy Code:  F.FL

Hierarchical Position:

Hierarchy of Styles and Periods Facet
Styles and Periods Facet
Hierarchy of Styles and Periods (hierarchy name)
.... Styles and Periods (hierarchy name) (G)
Hierarchy of <styles, periods, and cultures by region>
........ <styles, periods, and cultures by region> (G)
Hierarchy of Americas, The
............ Americas, The (G)
Hierarchy of Pre-Columbian (American)
................ Pre-Columbian (American) (G)
Hierarchy of <Pre-Columbian North American styles and periods>
.................... <Pre-Columbian North American styles and periods> (G)
Hierarchy of Pre-Columbian North American styles
........................ Pre-Columbian North American styles (G)
Hierarchy of Pre-Columbian Western North American styles
............................ Pre-Columbian Western North American styles (G)
Hierarchy of Pre-Columbian Southwestern North American styles
................................ Pre-Columbian Southwestern North American styles (G)
Hierarchy of Pre-Columbian Pueblo styles
.................................... Pre-Columbian Pueblo styles (G)
Hierarchy of Ancestral Puebloan
........................................ Ancestral Puebloan (G)

Additional Notes:
Dutch ..... Verwijst naar de stijl en cultuur van een Noord-Amerikaanse beschaving die heeft bestaan in het Four Corners-gebied, waar de grenzen van de staten Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado en Utah samenkomen. De bloeitijd duurde van de 1ste eeuw tot circa 1300 n. Chr. Tot de afstammelingen van de dragers van deze cultuur behoren waarschijnlijk de huidige Pueblo-indianen in New Mexico en Arizona. De stijl is bekend vanwege verfijnd mand- en aardewerk, stoffen, decoraties, gereedschappen en indrukwekkende bouwkundige prestaties zoals klifwoningen en dorpen of pueblo’s die lijken op flatgebouwen. In sommige classificaties worden de moderne Puebloculturen beschouwd als latere fasen van de Anasazi, hoewel deze cultuur volgens de meeste classificaties eindigt met het verlaten van de klifwoningen rond 1300 n. Chr. 
Spanish ..... Se refiere al estilo y cultura de una civilización norteamericana que existió en el área "Cuatro Esquinas", donde se interceptan los límites de los estados de Arizona, Nuevo México, Colorado y Utah. Floreció desde el siglo I a.C. a alrededor de 1300 d.C. y los descendientes de este grupo cultural probablemente incluyen a los modernos indios Pueblo que viven ahora en Nuevo México y Arizona. El estilo es conocido por los cestos finos, cerámica, tela, ornamentos, herramientas y los grandes logros arquitectónicos, incluyendo viviendas en las paredes rocosas de los cañones y villas o pueblos con casas de varios niveles. En algunos esquemas de clasificación, las modernas culturas Pueblo son consideradas fases posteriores de estos pueblos, aunque la mayoría de los esquemas terminan esta cultura con el abandono de las viviendas de amparos rocosos alrededor de 1300 a.C. 

Related concepts:
preceded ....  Hopi (culture or style)
................  (Western Pueblo, Pueblo (Native American style), ... Styles and Periods (hierarchy name)) [300017763]

Sources and Contributors:
Anaasází............  [VP]
.................  Anasazi Civilization (1999)
Anasazi............  [CDBP-SNPC, VP]
.................  Alcina Franch, Diccionario de Arqueología (1998) 53
.................  Avery Index (1963-) (source AAT) - subhead.
.................  Encyclopedia Britannica Online (2002-) "Anasazi culture." Accessed 1/26/00.
.................  Haberland, Art of North America (1964) 233
.................  Jennings, Prehistory of North America (1974) 423
.................  Wiley, American Archaeology (1971) Vol. 1, 518
Anasazi Culture............  [VP]
.............................  Library of Congress Authorities online (2002-) sh 85108902, as 450 for Pueblo Indians, which in AAT is a newer culture
Ancestral Pueblo............  [VP]
.............................  Anasazi Heritage Center, About the Ancestral Pueblo People (1999) Accessed 12/15/99.
Ancestral Puebloan............  [GCI Preferred, VP Preferred]
...................................  AATA database (2002-) 120390 checked 26 January 2012
...................................  Anasazi Civilization (1999) accessed 26 January 2000
...................................  What's in a Name?, Archaeology (2006)
Basketmaker-Pueblo............  [VP]
...................................  Wiley, American Archaeology (1971) Vol. 1, 179
cultura Pueblo............  [CDBP-SNPC]
.............................  Alcina Franch, Diccionario de Arqueología (1998) 654
Hisatsinom............  [VP]
.......................  Anasazi Civilization (1999)
.......................  Walker, Indians of the American Southwest (1994) 59
Moki (Ancestral Puebloan)............  [VP]
............................................  Anasazi Civilization (1999) Accessed 01/26/00.
Moqui (Ancestral Puebloan)............  [VP]
...............................................  Anasazi Civilization (1999) Accessed 01/26/00.
Oude Pueblo............  [RKD, AAT-Ned Preferred]
.......................  AAT-Ned (1994-)
.......................  Billard, De indianen (1978)
Pueblo Ancestral............  [CDBP-SNPC Preferred]
.............................  TAA database (2000-)
 
Subject: .....  [CDBP-SNPC, GCI, RKD, AAT-Ned, VP]
............  AATA database (2002-) 120390 checked 26 January 2012
............  Billard, De indianen (1978)
............  CDMARC Subjects: LCSH (1988-) Anasazi culture; NT to Pueblo Indians; Basket-Maker Indians; Pueblo Indians
............  Contributed as a candidate term AATA - 3/91; Anasazi culture
 
Note:
English .......... [VP]
.......... Anasazi Civilization (1999)
.......... What's in a Name?, Archaeology (2006)
Dutch .......... [RKD, AAT-Ned]
.......... AAT-Ned (1994-)
.......... Billard, De indianen (1978)
Spanish .......... [CDBP-SNPC]
.......... TAA database (2000-)

 

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