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The Anasazi's history dates back to the first millenium, and their culture grew until they mysteriously disappeared around 1300AD.
 
The Anasazi's history dates back to the first millenium, and their culture grew until they mysteriously disappeared around 1300AD.
  
In [[1.02 Wendigo]], Dean draws Anasazi protection symbols to ward fof the [[Wendigo]].
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In [[1.02 Wendigo]], Dean draws Anasazi protection symbols to ward off the [[Wendigo]].
  
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== Anasazi Symbols ==
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Protection Circle [[File:Circle.png]]
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Symbol Translation [[File:translation.png]]
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== External Links ==
 
* [http://media.graniteschoolsitess.org/Curriculum/anasazi/ History, diagrams, and photos of classical Anasazi]
 
* [http://media.graniteschoolsitess.org/Curriculum/anasazi/ History, diagrams, and photos of classical Anasazi]
 
* [http://www.blm.gov/co/st/en/fo/ahc/who_were_the_anasazi.html History and culture of the Anasazi]
 
* [http://www.blm.gov/co/st/en/fo/ahc/who_were_the_anasazi.html History and culture of the Anasazi]
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Latest revision as of 03:26, 23 June 2015

The Anasazi were indigenous people of the south-western US, who were ancestors of modern tribes including the Hopi, the Zuni and the Pueblo. Anasazi is a Navajo word meaning "Ancient Ones", although the Anasazi were unrelated to the Navajo. This is one of the reasons that the Pueblo People of today would prefer them to be known as "Ancient Puebloans."

The Anasazi's history dates back to the first millenium, and their culture grew until they mysteriously disappeared around 1300AD.

In 1.02 Wendigo, Dean draws Anasazi protection symbols to ward off the Wendigo.


Anasazi Symbols

Protection Circle Circle.png

Symbol Translation Translation.png

External Links