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PHOTO MONTAGE OF ASAA EXCAVATIONS AND DISCOVERIES

San Lazaro Pueblo, Gallisteo Basin, south of Santa Fe, NM

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Landscape in the vicinity of San Lazaro Pueblo, Gallisteo Basin, south of Santa Fe, NM.

Landscape in the vicinity of San Lazaro Pueblo, Gallisteo Basin, south of Santa Fe, NM.

Forrest Fenn, ASAA Member and owner of San Lazaro Pueblo.

Forrest Fenn, ASAA Member and owner of San Lazaro Pueblo.

Side-notched projectile point of obsidian on surface of San Lazaro Pueblo.

Side-notched projectile point of obsidian on surface of San Lazaro Pueblo.

Excavations within rectangular rooms of laid adobe bricks, San Lazaro Pueblo. Deposits in these rooms were dated to the mid-15th  century AD.

Excavations within rectangular rooms of laid adobe bricks, San Lazaro Pueblo. Deposits in these rooms were dated to the mid-15th century AD.

Group of ceramic vessels and ritually important artifacts that lies collapsed upon the floor of a room in San Lazaro Pueblo.

Group of ceramic vessels and ritually important artifacts that lies collapsed upon the floor of a room in San Lazaro Pueblo.

Cindy and Mary Jane Bartush—ASAA Members from north Texas—at work sieving room fill dirt at San Lazaro Pueblo, 1997.

Cindy and Mary Jane Bartush—ASAA Members from north Texas—at work sieving room fill dirt at San Lazaro Pueblo, 1997.

ASAA Member Don Eckler from New York State ponders collapsed heap of deer antlers within San Lazaro Pueblo room—mute testimony of the prowess of ancient hunters.

ASAA Member Don Eckler from New York State ponders collapsed heap of deer antlers within San Lazaro Pueblo room—mute testimony of the prowess of ancient hunters.

Restored olla—one of several discovered during three field seasons of excavation at San Lazaro Pueblo.

Restored olla—one of several discovered during three field seasons of excavation at San Lazaro Pueblo.

Carefully dressed stone griddle or <i>comal</i> -- used to make flat bread by an ancient San Lazaro Pueblo cook. Metates, manos and comals were routinely unearthed within rooms.

Carefully dressed stone griddle or comal -- used to make flat bread by an ancient San Lazaro Pueblo cook. Metates, manos and comals were routinely unearthed within rooms.

7-hole bone flute (eagle bone?) from collapsed room fills, San Lazaro Pueblo.

7-hole bone flute (eagle bone?) from collapsed room fills, San Lazaro Pueblo.