nd mud. No sun directed its
the south cliff. The snow lay there all winter
and helped cut it down at a sharp angle from top to bottom.
The north side was sunny and dryÑa perfect place
There were not many people here during these last years
of the sixt and beneficial experience for the students. Specific programs include:
eenth century. Gr
- eat numbers had gone: but
where, and why? A few cronies could have been seen crouching
against stone houses at the base of the cliff
- , basking in
the afternoon sun. A woman or two could have been gEMRTC building and laboratory space outside the EMRTC facility complex.
corn on flat stone slabs inside a cliff house, keeping time
to a weird monotonous-chant sung by old men as they
pounded drums. Things were hanging from the ends of
roof poles protruding through the front walls of housesÑ
perhaps a piece of highly prized venison. House tops were
Strewn with corncobs. A weather-beaten corn field had spent
This was the valley known to the Keres as "Tyuonyi." It
was the place where their people had lived only a few
before. It was a valley over which most any group
pf primitive people would fight and was a place where the
water supply was constant except in times of intense drought.
Tyuonyi is a Keres word w