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    • Marine shell ornaments worn by the Pawnee.

    • Marine shell ornaments worn Pawnee jewelry Indian Native American trade goods Bouc
    • These 17th century ornaments, probably Pawnee, are from Colfax County. They were made of marine seashells and are similar to ornaments from the eastern United States. Source - Game and Parks Commission.
    • ALTAR OF WORSHIP TO HEAVEN

    • religious complex ;temple ;altar
    • The four gates to the Circular Mound Altar of Heaven: first gate, south of the altar, on ceremonial axis
    • ALTAR OF WORSHIP TO HEAVEN

    • religious complex ;temple ;altar
    • The four gates to the Circular Mound Altar of Heaven: first gate, south of the altar, on ceremonial axis, close view of the upper portion
    • ALTAR OF WORSHIP TO HEAVEN

    • religious complex ;temple ;altar
    • The four gates to the Circular Mound Altar of Heaven: first gate, south of the altar, on ceremonial axis, looking back at the south gate
    • ALTAR OF WORSHIP TO HEAVEN

    • religious complex ;temple ;altar
    • The four gates to the Circular Mound Altar of Heaven: view of the east gate, from the top of the altar
    • ALTAR OF WORSHIP TO HEAVEN

    • religious complex ;temple ;altar
    • The four gates to the Circular Mound Altar of Heaven: view of the north gate, from the top of the altar
    • ALTAR OF WORSHIP TO HEAVEN

    • religious complex ;temple ;altar
    • The four gates to the Circular Mound Altar of Heaven: view of the west gate, from the top of the altar
    • ALTAR OF WORSHIP TO HEAVEN

    • religious complex ;temple ;altar
    • Circular Mound Altar of Heaven: general view, from the south (the altar, the most spiritually important element in the entire complex, was built in 1539 and enlarged in 1749; the three marble terraces symbolize the three layers of heaven)
    • ALTAR OF WORSHIP TO HEAVEN

    • religious complex ;temple ;altar
    • Circular Mound Altar of Heaven: view of terraces and ramp, west side looking north (the altar, the most spiritually important element in the entire complex, was built in 1539 and enlarged in 1749;it symbolizes the three layers of heaven)
    • ALTAR OF WORSHIP TO HEAVEN

    • religious complex ;temple ;altar
    • Circular Mound Altar of Heaven: close view of one bay of the base and first terrace (the altar, the most spiritually important element in the entire complex, was built in 1539 and enlarged in 1749; it symbolizes the three layers of heaven)
    • ALTAR OF WORSHIP TO HEAVEN

    • religious complex ;temple ;altar
    • Circular Mound Altar of Heaven: close view of scuppers and balustrade, depicting the curve of the altar (the altar, the most spiritually important element in the entire complex, was built in 1539 and enlarged in 1749; it symbolizes the three layers...
    • ALTAR OF WORSHIP TO HEAVEN

    • religious complex ;temple ;altar
    • Circular Mound Altar of Heaven: detail view of a 'Holding Drum' stone, where the ramp balustrade meets the ground (the altar, the most spiritually important element in the entire complex, was built in 1539 and enlarged in 1749; it symbolizes the...
    • ALTAR OF WORSHIP TO HEAVEN

    • religious complex ;temple ;altar
    • Circular Mound Altar of Heaven: view of the first terrace, depicting the pavement and curve of the altar (the altar, the most spiritually important element in the entire complex, was built in 1539 and enlarged in 1749; it symbolizes the three...
    • ALTAR OF WORSHIP TO HEAVEN

    • religious complex ;temple ;altar
    • Huang Qiong Yu (Imperial Vault of Heaven), gate sequence as seen from the top of the altar, west of axis
    • ALTAR OF WORSHIP TO HEAVEN

    • religious complex ;temple ;altar
    • Huang Qiong Yu (Imperial Vault of Heaven), close view of the upper portion of the west gate to 'Huang Qiong Yu'
    • ALTAR OF WORSHIP TO HEAVEN

    • religious complex ;temple ;altar
    • Huang Qiong Yu (Imperial Vault of Heaven), detail of a glazed tile and decoration of the surrounding wall

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