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THE MOGOLLON CULTURE
The Mogollon were farming people living chiefly in the highlands of the southwestern United States. They were neighbours of the Anasazi people. They lived in villages in houses built half underground with roofs made of stone and mud. The Mogollon were famous for their superb painted pottery. Most of the potters were women and the best were the Mimbres potters who lived along the banks of the Mimbres river in New Mexico. Their bowls were highly valued and were often buried with their owners. During burial a hole was punched in the bottom of the bowl, perhaps to release the spirits of the painted figures.
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