Painting of prehistoric peoples
; Fourteenth-century kiva murals, dating from about A.D. 1350, include a number of elements similar to those of the Jornada Mogollon: note the plumed or horned serpent, masked dancer, and a possible face with horn cap to the left of the dancer’s left hand. This drawing by Kay Sutherland (see “Spirits from the South,” published in 1996 in The Artifact) was adapted from images by Bertha Dutton at the Anasazi Kuaua Pueblo, and used here courtesy of the El Paso Archaeological Society.
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