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Archaeology Center displays rare textiles


Left photo: This image above includes two artifacts. On the left is the red dyed plain weave with a design applied with a stamp or roller. On the right is the tapestry of blue-gray and red dye on a crème background. 
Right photo: This is the dark brown tie-dye pattern of corn kernels or snake skin. (Photos courtesy of Verde Valley Archaeology Center)

Left photo: This image above includes two artifacts. On the left is the red dyed plain weave with a design applied with a stamp or roller. On the right is the tapestry of blue-gray and red dye on a crème background. Right photo: This is the dark brown tie-dye pattern of corn kernels or snake skin. (Photos courtesy of Verde Valley Archaeology Center)


Originally Published: December 18, 2017 10:20 a.m.

The Verde Valley Archaeology Center (VVAC) has announced the opening of a new exhibit of ancient textiles from the Paul Dyck Rock Shelter in Rimrock.

Wet Beaver Creek is a tributary of the Verde River, which drains the Mogollon Rim, located to the north, and flows south into the Salt River...