Hooded Fireplace Ruin

A small masonry roomblock in northwestern New Mexico, this pueblito was built in the late summer or early fall of 1723. Larger than most pueblitos in the area and unusual because it was not built in a defensive (protected) location as are most similar sites. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987, Hooded Fireplace Ruin is named for the well-preserved Spanish-style fireplace in the corner of the room. This is a low-resolution preview captured using poles. The goal of this model is to fit into a larger landscape captured with drones (UAVs).

Thanks for the original asset creator : PaleoWest Archaeology
Date published:
Feb 1st, 2019
Category:
Architecture
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Type:
Scan - Environment
License:
CC Attribution
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Format:
.gltf
Vertices:
352K+
Triangles:
524K+
Archive size:
15.77 MB
Location:
United States
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