Arizona Archaeological Council

The Dyck Cliff Dwelling: A Sinagua Habitation Site Overlooking Beaver Creek, Central Arizona

07/17/2020 11:18 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

The Verde Valley Archaeology Center is pleased to announce that a new publication is now available for purchase on their website (verdevalleyarchaeology.org): The Dyck Cliff Dwelling: A Sinagua Habitation Site Overlooking Beaver Creek, Central Arizona (2020), edited by Todd W. Bostwick. This two-volume report presents a history of excavations and recent analysis of thousands of well-preserved artifacts from a Sinagua cliff dwelling located on private land northwest of Montezuma Castle National Monument. The report is more than 700 pages in length and includes 111 tables, numerous black and white photographs taken during excavations in the 1960s and early 1970s, and over 300 color photographs of the artifacts and architecture.



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