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Neil Judd at Pueblo Bonito

The most treasured turquoise beads ever unearthed at Pueblo Bonito were discovered by accident. Disarticulated skeletons, baskets and pottery had been located in a room when archeologist Neil Judd joined two Zuni Indians working there. The floor was partially cleared and they were beginning to remove some baskets when Judd had a powerful urge to turn once more towards the north end. The second stroke of his trowel brought several beads to light. In a few seconds his awl and brush revealed a carefully coiled turquoise necklace and two pairs of perfect blue turquoise eardrops: “I cannot adequately describe the...

Mar 25, 2017

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Chaco Project: Available languages

We've had several people ask us if the Chaco computer game would be available in any non-English languages. Yes! The computer game will be available in English, Spanish, German, and French.  We're on track for a late March 2017 launch date. Be sure to sign up for our newsletter to be notified when the program is ready.   Subscribe to the Shadowplay Newsletter (Free e-Book) Shadowplay guarantees your email privacy.

Mar 25, 2017

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Chaco Canyon Project

Shadowplay's first software product, based on Chaco Canyon, is nearing completion. You can learn more about this fascinating venture here at Shadowplay.com. Sign up for the Shadowplay newsletter to keep up to date: Subscribe to the Shadowplay Newsletter (Free e-Book) Shadowplay guarantees your email privacy.

Mar 25, 2017

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Anasazi of Chaco Canyon: The Book

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Mar 25, 2017

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