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These flutes are in the style of the Anasazi flutes that are considered a predecessor to the Native American flute.
The Hydes donated the resulting large collection of artifacts to the American Museum of Natural History.
The builders of Pueblo Bonito appear to have been well aware of this threat, but chose to build beneath the fractured stone anyway.
Rooms were connected by a series of interior doorways, some of them in a T-shape.
Interior living spaces were quite large by the standards of the Ancient Pueblo.
The site covers 3 acres (1.2 ha) and incorporates approximately 800 rooms.
Rancher Richard Wetherill and natural history student George H. During this time, the two men uncovered 190 rooms and photographed and mapped all major structures in the canyon.
Pepper from the American Museum of Natural History, began excavations at Pueblo Bonito in 1896 and ended in 1900. Among the artifacts recovered by Pepper, eight wood flutes were found in a room in the northwestern part of Pueblo Bonito that Pepper designated as "Room 33".
Recent analysis has lowered the estimated population to less than 800, primarily due to the small number of usable hearths in the ruins.