Dig uncovers more of Pueblo site in Santa Fe

Archaeologists have uncovered more structures at an ancient Pueblo village in downtown Santa Fe.

The structure appears to be a kiva, a religious building, The Santa Fe New Mexican reported. Archaeologists are keeping quiet about the latest discovery pending consultation with Tesuque Pueblo.

The tribe signed a deal with the city to allow construction of a new civic center at the site. The city agreed to downsize the project and rebury any remains and artifacts on site.

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Diggers mum on latest downtown discovery (The Santa Fe New Mexican 4/20)

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