Keet Seel

(1984 LK )
CURRENT POSITION: 23 SCO 50
Incl: 6.48757
Eccent: 0.3694832
Period: 5.5935786116845 years
AU 3.1509858
Type: 0000

Discovery Chart

2.6.1984 04:45 Anderson Mesa 111w32 35n5 observations 1

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Keet Seel is a well-preserved prehistoric cliff-dwelling, occupied by ancestors of the modern Hopi people. The site is in what is now the Navajo National Monument in northern Arizona, and the name is apparently from a Navajo phrase meaning "houses that have been left behind". The name was suggested by M. T. Gibson.

Keet Seel is a well-preserved prehistoric cliff-dwelling, occupied by ancestors of the modern Hopi people. The site is in what is now the Navajo National Monument in northern Arizona, and the name is apparently from a Navajo phrase meaning “houses that have been left behind”. (M 36129)

The name was suggested by M. T. Gibson.

Avastatud: 2-6-1984 Avastamiskoht: Anderson Mesa Avastajad: Skiff, B. A.

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