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Les Anasazis sont des Amérindiens du sud-ouest de l’Amérique du Nord qui étaient répartis en plusieurs groupes dans les États actuels du Colorado, de l’Utah, de l’Arizona et du Nouveau-Mexique. Leur civilisation, similaire à certaines autres cultures d'Oasisamérique comme les Hohokams et les Mogollon, a laissé de nombreux vestiges monumentaux et culturels sur plusieurs sites, dont deux sont classés sur la liste du patrimoine mondial établie par l'UNESCO.
Ces vestiges témoignent d'une maîtrise de techniques de céramique, de tissage, d'irrigation, d'observations astronomiques et d'un système d'expression pictural. Actuellement, les descendants des Anasazis, les Zuñis et les Hopis de l’Arizona et du Nouveau-Mexique, perpétuent certaines de leurs traditions. Présentation[modifier | modifier le code] Le mot « anasazi »[modifier | modifier le code] Chaco Canyon. Pueblo Bonito excavation from the cliff above. photo by Ron Lussier Chaco Canyon was an important Anasazi (ancient Native American) cultural center from about 900 through 1130 AD.
About 30 ancient masonry buildings, containing hundreds of rooms each, attest to Chaco's importance. Some structures are thought to serve as astronomical observatories or calendars. Archaeologists discovered jewelry made from Mexican and Californian materials in ancient trash heaps. Large well-constructed roadways thought to be built for pilgrims, subjects, or traders, lead from sites 50 miles away to the center of Chaco Canyon. These cultural assets are now preserved in the Chaco Culture National Historical Park, administered by the National Park Service. While we appreciate most US National Parks for their present beauty, we appreciate Chaco for its past. There is no written record of the Chacoans. News Chaco named to list of 100 most endangered monuments. The internet hosts other related topics: La culture chaco. Chaco Culture For over 2,000 years, Pueblo peoples occupied a vast region of the south-western United States.
Chaco Canyon, a major centre of ancestral Pueblo culture between 850 and 1250, was a focus for ceremonials, trade and political activity for the prehistoric Four Corners area. Ancient Observatories: Chaco Canyon. Archeology Research - Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. The Chaco Canyon Research Center had done aerial photography and a ground survey.
This was the beginning of an archeological database, to which, we proposed to add thermal infrared multispectral data. If our sensors could locate prehistoric features, this would prove that using remote sensing technology could work for archeology. The Thermal Infrared Multispectral Scanner (TIMS) was flown by NASA over Chaco Canyon for the first time in spring of 1982. TIMS measures temperature differences near the ground, it has five meter resolution. Prehistoric roads from 900 or 1000 AD were detected. Why were the Chaco roads designed with exacting linearity, which surmounted any topographic obstruction, built to a width of 20 feet or more, and constructed by people who did not even employ beast of burden in their lives?
The Chacoan roadway system was an impressive accomplishment that facilitated widespread movement and participation in religious activities. Chaco Canyon. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre.
Pour les articles homonymes, voir Chaco. Carte du parc Géographie[modifier | modifier le code] Géologie[modifier | modifier le code] Climat[modifier | modifier le code] Fajada Butte en hiver. Explore the Canyon « Chaco Research Archive. Chaco Culture National Historical Park. Bullfrog Films: 1-800-543-3764: DVD environnement et DVD pédagogiques. NOTE: This program is available on home video for personal use only.
Please order under Home Video. Closed Captioning available for VHS format only. This is the long-awaited sequel to Anna Sofaer's classic film THE SUN DAGGER, which changed forever our perception of America's earliest Indian peoples. THE MYSTERY OF CHACO CANYON examines the deep enigmas presented by the massive prehistoric remains found in Chaco Canyon in northwestern New Mexico. It is the summation of 20 years of research. The film challenges the notion that Chaco Canyon was primarily a trade and redistribution center. While the Chacoans left no written text to help us to understand their culture, their thoughts are preserved in the language of their architecture, roads and light markings. Note: The VHS version of this film is closed-captioned, but the DVD version is not.
Chaco Canyon National Historic Park.