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civilization | part of encyclopedia/culture Pronounced: \pweb-low\ IPA: /ˈpwɛ blɔ/ Plural: Pueblos Definition of the Pueblo The Pueblo (Spanish for “town”) are a civilization formed in approximately 750 A.D. by Basketmaker hunter-gatherers as they organized into a collection of city-states. Throughout the millennia they have flourished as centers of art, society, trade, narratives, and philosophy. Distinguished by their architectural style which […]Continue reading

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Pueblo.  Although the Pueblo modern culture dates back to 1680, that date only corresponds to that of the Pueblo Revolt. The Pueblo actually go back to Ancient Puebloans (Hisatsinom / Anasazi) prehistoric culture and Mogollon prehistoric culture. Associated: Ancient Pueblo Ancestors. The History of New Mexico. The 19 Pueblos of New Mexico; Acoma, Cochiti, Isleta, Jemez, Laguna, Nambe, Ohkay […]Continue reading

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pueblo revival. Style of design and interior decoration popular within New Mexico and Arizona, and seen throughout the American Southwest. It took its name from the ancient buildings built in 700-1600AD by the Anasazi and Pueblo from New Mexico and parts of Arizona. The Pueblo Revival style, popular since around 1920, is characterized by earth-toned adobe-textures, simplified lines, and […]Continue reading

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