M. Elisa Villalpando
The intriguing hilltop archaeological sites known as "cerros de trincheras" span almost three millennia, from 1250 BC to AD 1450. Archaeologists have long viewed them as a unitary phenomenon because they all have masonry architecture and occur mostly on low volcanic peaks. Scattered across the southwestern United States and northwestern ...
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