Anasazi Architecture and American Design

ISBN-10: 0826317790

ISBN-13: 9780826317797

Edition: 1997

Authors: Baker H. Morrow, V. B. Price, Robert C. Heyder

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List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
Publication date: 11/1/1997
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 271
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

Archaeology, Architecture, and the Anasazi
The Rhetoric of Formalism: Interpreting Anasazi Architecture
The Changing Image of the Anasazi World in the American Imagination
The Patterns of Settlement
Anasazi Communities in Context
Power and Efficiency in Eastern Anasazi Architecture: A Case of Multiple Evolutionary Trajectories
A Planners' Primer: Lessons from Chaco
The Chacoan Roads: A Cosmological Interpretation
Stone and Mortar in the Service of the Imagination
Engineering Feats of the Anasazi: Buildings, Roads, and Dams
The Primary Architecture of the Chacoan Culture: A Cosmological Expression
High Noon in Old Bonito: Sun, Shadow, and the Geometry of the Chaco Complex
Prehistoric Architecture with Unknown Function
Notes on the Landscape Architecture of Anasazi Communities
Regional Tradition and Architectural Meaning
Pueblo Indian and Spanish Town Planning in New Mexico: The Pueblo of Isleta
An Understated Sacredness
The Anasazi Revival
Learning from Mesa Verde: A Case Study in the Modern Interpretation of Anasazi Design
Anasazi-Pueblo Site Design: Application to Contemporary Urban Development
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