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Issue 6.1

Technologies and Stewardship of a Native American City

Archaeology’s legacy lies with the unfettered examination of past peoples and their built landscapes. Explorer/scholars, often under the name of colonial European governments, initiated journeys in the seventeenth to eighteenth centuries to map the unknown and to curate the ancients. These early archaeologists retrieved artifacts and recorded monumental spaces with a voyeuristic tenacity; ancient built landscapes became populated by the visions of colonial scholars looking to find themselves and their histories are hidden amongst the relics of the “New World.”

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