Southwest American Indian Ruins
Gallery Nine

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View of the pueblo complex from near the top of the path leading down to the ruins. Left half of the pueblo complex from near the entrance to the ruins. Right half of the pueblo complex from near the entrance to the ruins. Path and stairs back up from the pueblo ruins.
Anasazi Cliff Palace
Ruin, circa 1200. Mesa
Verde National Park, CO
Anasazi Cliff Palace
Ruin, circa 1200. Mesa
Verde National Park, CO
View of the right portion of the pueblo complex looking in the direction of the exit path. iew inside the pueblo complex, looking back toward the entry path.
Cliff Palace Ruin
13C. Mesa Verde
National Park, CO
Cliff Palace Ruin
13C. Mesa Verde
National Park, CO
Closer view of the pueblo built into the cliffs and a round stone tower. Historical 1920 photo of the 4 story stone tower, by George Lytle Beam.  Published on the Cupola website with the gracious permission of the Western History / Genealogy Department of the Denver Public Library.
Anasazi Cliff Palace
Ruin, circa 1200. Mesa
Verde National Park, CO
Anasazi Cliff Palace
Ruin, circa 1200. Mesa
Verde National Park, CO
Detailed view of the some of the stone towers built into the cliffs. View of a tall stone tower built in a cliff alcove.
Cliff Palace Ruin
13C. Mesa Verde
National Park, CO
Anasazi Cliff Palace
Ruin, circa 1200. Mesa
Verde National Park, CO
Anasazi Square Tower
House, ca. 1200. Mesa
Verde National Park, CO
Sq. Tower House
13C. Mesa Verde
National Park, CO

"Time crumbles things; everything grows old under the power of Time and is forgotten through the lapse of Time."

- Aristotle, Physics, book IV, chapter 12.


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