|This is a drawing of the largest kachina figure in Room Cluster I. It is located to the right of the doorway into cave Room 50/3, and has few distinguishing features—a large head with two very short feathers. Its arms project outward from what should be waist level, and its legs are straight with very big feet.|
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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