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A MONTHLY BIBLIOGRAPHY OF ANTHROPOLOGIC

LITERATURE

COMPILED BY ROBERT FLETCHER, M. D.

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The objects considered in this article were taken from the cemeteries of three Arizonian ruins, Homolobi, Cakwabaiyaki, and Tcübkwitcalobi,' which were in part excavated by an expedition from the Smithsonian Institution, under my charge, in the summer of 1896.

It will be necessary for me to reserve the discussion of data bearing on the antiquity and relationship of the people who inhabited these ancient houses for another article, and for the present I will simply state that Tusayan traditionists claim the objects here considered as the property of their ancestors and the ruins from which they were obtained prehistoric sites of the habitations of Hopi clans, which later, for some reason or other, deserted them and settled with others near the Tusayan mesas.

Homolobi’ is situated on the right bank of the Little Colorado, about 3 miles from Winslow, north of the Atlantic and Pacific railroad. It is between 70 and 80 miles due south of Oraibi, the most western pueblo of Tusayan.

1 In my lists I have referred to the latter as the Chevlon and Chaves Pass ruins.

2 In Hopi terminology ki means house or pueblo; Sikyatki, “ Yellow pueblo.” The terminations bi, pi, vi are locative, with the additional element of “elevated on a mesa; thus Awatobi, “ High place of Bow people.” All the true Hopi pueblos (Hano excepted, because the name is not Hopi) have names with locative ending because situated high up on mesas. The ancient pueblos on the terrace, although half-way up the mesa, were not considered high up; hence Sikyatki, but Old Walpi, is called Kisakobi. If this rule always holds, the large ruin two miles from the one I excavated, which the Hopi called Homolobi, better satisfies the linguistic argument. I have no satisfactory etymology of the word Homolobi. Perhaps the term would better be applied to several adjacent pueblos, of which there are four within a radius of six miles from Winslow. 48

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