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The Anasazi people of the prehistoric American West built a civilization between about 800 and 1200 AD, centered around what is now the Four Corners area of New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Utah. The Anasazi, or more properly the Early Pueblo (“Anasazi” is a Navajo word meaning, approximately, “the enemies of our ancestors”) experienced a Golden Age of sorts, characterized by rapidly rising populations, sophisticated construction, pottery and art. They were also adept at road building, and their widely spaced communities were linked by a system of highways.
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