Not killing peasants-a very useful service to the peasants.
I am sure the peasants thought so. However I suspect that blam is right. A lot of religious activity went on in at Chaco. And a lot of astronomy.
How much would you give to have some one tell you the best time to plant (short growing season) and pray for rain? A tenth of your crop? Likely there was also a bit of barter as well and protection from other groups.
There was something out there that scared the tail feathers off of them. Real or imaginary that was one scared bunch at the end.
posted on 10/14/2003 4:54:45 PM PDT
by Harmless Teddy Bear
(Ignore the propaganda, focus on what you see.)
To: Harmless Teddy Bear; seowulf; decimon
Christy Turner has done some very good work in the Chaco Area and nearly got the crap beat out of him. Read Below:
Bones Of Contention
posted on 10/14/2003 5:46:15 PM PDT
To: Harmless Teddy Bear; decimon; seowulf
BTW, Most recently, Turner has located a mummified corpolite (turd) from the Chaco period that contains digested human protein. (That shut up everyone)
posted on 10/14/2003 5:54:28 PM PDT
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