Traditional Navajo Hogan - Stock Image

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A traditional Navajo hogan, built from adobe mud, clay and timbers, is used for religious ceremonies by the Dine, or Navajo people. A male hogan is built with five sides to represent the five directions, east, west, north, south and jet, but this female hogan is exemplified by the rounded or packed shape. A hogan is abandoned by its builders when a death occurs inside.


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