Wednesday, March 12, 2014

New study suggests Mummy Lake was built to hold rituals, not water

A new analysis of a sandstone-walled pit in Mesa Verde National Park, known as Mummy Lake, has suggested that the channels were used by the Ancestral Puebloans for holding rituals, not for harvesting rainwater as has been believed for nearly a century.

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