Handpainted Hydrostone Sculpture
14" x 18" x 2 1 /2"
This picturesque ruin contained around fifty five living areas and six kivas.
Most of the rooms squeezed onto the narrow upper ledge
were for storage, only a few were living rooms.
They were entered by ladders from the roofs of multistory rooms in the lower cave.
Pottery shards found here have given archaeologists invaluable information
about the people who lived here over 800 years ago.