Center of Southwest Studies

This is a drawing of a petroglyph located above Room 85/2.  It depicts a round headed kachina with sad face, distinct neck, broad body, upraised arms with four fingers on each large hand (perhaps extended toward viewer), and short legs with both feet pointing left.

This drawing forms part of the Bandelier National Monument rock art drawings collection M 198 at the Center of Southwest Studies. 

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