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Hopi History in Stone
The Tutuveni Petroglyph Site
By Wesley Bernardini
Arizona State Museum
215 pp. / 8.50 in x 11.00 in / 2007
Paper (978-1-8897-4782-8) [s]
  - ASM Archaeological Series

Related Interest
  - Archaeology

The Tutuveni Petroglyph Site is a potential "Rosetta Stone" of Hopi clan iconography, containing without doubt the largest, most significant concentration of clan symbols to be found anywhere in the
This milestone in the ASM Archaeological Series (No. 200) also includes a DVD-ROM with 462 line drawings and 2,000 photographs!

American Southwest in any medium. With more than two hundred line drawings and more than 2,000 photographs spanning 75 years, this book presents a comprehensive record of the Tutuveni petroglyphs, ensuring that their historical information will be preserved for future generations of scholars, Native Americans, and the public. The Tutuveni project was the result of a collaborative effort between academic archaeologists and the Hopi and Navajo Tribes, united in a common interest to document this important cultural resource before vandalism damaged it irreparably.

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