|This is a drawing of a an elaborate kachina petroglyph, which appears to be seated to the left of the doorway into cave Room 81/3. Many feathers project from its rectangular head, while the neck and rectangular body have been sectioned. The right arm is raised and the left extends downward.|
This drawing forms part of the Bandelier National Monument rock art drawings collection M 198 at the Center of Southwest Studies.
2004 Center of Southwest Studies,
Fort Lewis College
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