Archeology - The Mimbres Mogollon - Hegmon & Nelson

Not all mimbres people left the region some stayed in

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Unformatted text preview: or red- brown on a white surface b. Most designs are abstract c. Significant minority are representations of animals, humans, or fantastic beings d. Demand for these vessels by art market is largely responsible for looting that has occurred e. Black- on- white i. Became common after AD 900 8. End of the Mimbres Classic Period a. AD 1130, a time of decreased rainfall b. Mimbres Valley featured a large population and relatively rich...
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