"Jernimo de Albaniz" in the edition of 1542 (Bandelier translation).
We have referred to the results of Mr. Bandelier's explorations.
Mr. Bandelier could only surmise that these were garden-plots, something like the ancient terrace garden-plots in Peru.
"Apalachen," as above, in the edition of 1542 (Bandelier translation).
This celebrated mound or pyramid has lately been the subject of a very careful study by Mr. Bandelier.
The above is a retranslation by Mr. Bandelier from the Spanish text.
Mr. Bandelier regards the "chief-of-men" as simply a military commander; Montezuma was a "priest-commander."
At any rate, such are the only kind of ruins noticed in the upper part of this same valley by Mr. Bandelier.
In the neighborhood of Fort Reno Mr. Bandelier discovered a new architectural feature of great interest to us.
Mr. Bandelier's final conclusion in regard to the purpose of its erection is one of great interest, but not at all surprising.