Structure 143, masonry surface structure
About this Structure
West-central portion of site.
Northwestern portion of Architectural Block 100; east of Structure 112; 497.7N 499.1E.
Structure 143 most likely functioned as a living room. A possible hearth was noted in the southwestern portion of the excavation unit, but was not assigned a feature number because the hearth could not be positively identified after the Structure 143 collapsed into the lower story, Structure 153.
Structure 143 fell out of use in the Late Pueblo III period. Remnants of vigas were insitu within sockets in the west masonry wall. The roof of Structure 143 did not appear to be recycled, but the majority of wood was too deteriorated to collect.
Structure 143 collapsed into the first story room, Structure 153. Natural wind and water sediments and architectural rubble filled in Structure 143.