Structure 1212, masonry surface structure
About this Structure
In the great tower complex.
14 m south-southeast of the great tower bi-wall structure.
Few data on which to base an interpretation of use. This is one of few of the tested structures in this architectural block that did not have kiva-style architecture. It appears to have been a large, rectangular room. No features were exposed. This room was formed when at least one wall was dismantled in order to create a larger room. Structure 1215 was one of the smaller rooms that was destroyed in order to create a bigger room.
Prior excavation destroyed evidence of abandonment events.
Structure was excavated and backfilled during a Western State College field school in 1931.