Talking Pots: Deciphering the Symbols of a Prehistoric People : A Study of the Prehistoric Pottery Icons of the White Mountains of Arizona
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Did the prehistoric peoples of the southwest have a written form of communication? What do their symbols really mean? What secrets from the past can we unlock? Archaeologist James Cunkle is researching the Raven Site Ruin in the White Mountains of Arizona and from that site is putting back together the pieces of pre-history. The Talking Pots of the past now share their secrets.
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