Enchanted Mesa

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Enchanted Mesa,

sandstone butte, 430 ft (131 m) high, central N.Mex., near the pueblo of Acoma; called Mesa Encantada in Spanish and Katzimo or Kadzima by the Native Americans. According to Acoma tribal tradition, the mesa was the home of their people until a severe storm destroyed the only approach.
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Sometimes the function remains secondary as in all-purpose black-and-white ceramics from Zanzibar, an earthy, ochre chi-cha vessel from a welcoming ceremony of the Achuar people in Ecuador, large bowls adorned with simple, whimsical scenes from Mexico, and a black-and-white seed pot from the Acoma Pueblo, also known as Sky City in New Mexico.
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