Aztec Ruins National Monument
by John M. Corbett
Publisher: National Park Service 1962
Number of pages: 78
Aztec Ruins National Monument consists of an enclosed area of 27 acres containing six major archaeological complexes of rooms and structures, and at least seven or eight smaller mounds which may contain structures or may simply be trash and refuse mounds from the larger occupation zones.
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