National Geographic : 1925 Sep
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by 0. C. Havens REPAIRING THE NORTH WALL OF KIVA Q AT PUEBLO BONITO The kivas were circular rooms, devoted to religious purposes. Ceremonial requirements placed the kivas at an elevation lower than the living rooms, for they symbolized an earlier world from which the people had emerged onto this earth (see text, pages 248 and 249). 228 2- - > '