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leystan

New York, United States

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at Wupatki National Monument, Arizona

Ruins of an ancient Hopi Indian Pueblo

Wupatki is called Anaasází Bikin2 in Navajo, which translates as Houses of the Enemies.

Today Wupatki appears empty and abandoned. Though it is no longer physically occupied, Hopi believe the people who lived and died here remain as spiritual guardians. Stories of Wupatki are passed on among Hopi, Zuni, Navajo, and perhaps other tribes. Members of the Hopi Bear, Sand, Lizard, Rattlesnake, Water, Snow, and Katsina Clans return periodically to enrich their personal understanding of their clan history. Wupatki is remembered and cared for, not abandoned.

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