Sikyatki Polychrome Jar, "3-D" photo from Arizona State Museum; Sikyatki olla, 3 views; Sikyatki bowl, 2 views; Coordinates This article relating to ...
Nampeyo is famous for her Sikyatki-revival style pottery. Sikyatki is the name of an enormous ancient Hopi village on the east flank of First Mesa that was ...
Sikyatki, (Hopi: “Yellow House”), ruined pueblo extending over 10 to 15 acres (4 to 6 hectares) in present Navajo county, northeastern Arizona, U.S.
A rare Sikyatki polychrome pottery olla of classic form, with flaring sides, flattened shoulder and tapering neck. It is finely painted with a series of birds, each ...
Sikyatki Polychrome Jar, "3-D" photo from Arizona State Museum; Sikyatki olla, 3 views; Sikyatki bowl, 2 views; Coordinates: 35°51′32″N 110°22′12″W / ...
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Sikyatki Polychrome Ceramic Field Identification Manual Agua Fria National Monument Project Jeddito Yellow Ware - Type: Sikyatki Polychrome. STYLES: Early, Mid, and Late
Like other Jeddito Yellow Ware types, production of Sikyatki Polychrome was centered on the Hopi Mesas, but distribution was widespread throughout the Southwest.