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  • Adamana, archeological field work at
  • 317
      • ruin
  • 317
        • petroglyphs
  • 318
      • station
  • 317
    • Ancient ruins, preservation of
  • 357
      • preservation of action taken by legislature of Arizona
  • 358
      • preservation of archeological field work in Arizona
  • 357
      • preservation of Arizona Antiquarian Society, endeavors of
  • 358
      • preservation of bill before Congress several times
  • 358
      • preservation of New Mexico
  • 358
      • preservation of service of Interior Department
  • 358
    • Animals, domestic and food
  • 356
    • Apache wickiups
  • 291
    • Archeological field work
  • 279
      • Hopi buttes and mesas
  • 326
      • Hopi buttes and mesas, age of Jettyto Valley ruins
  • 349
      • Hopi buttes and mesas, Biddahoochee
  • 326
      • Hopi buttes and mesas, Chakpahu
  • 336
      • Hopi buttes and mesas, Kawaiokuh
  • 339
      • Hopi buttes and mesas, Kokopnyama
  • 337
      • Hopi buttes and mesas, periods of Tusayan ware
  • 346
      • introduction
  • 287
      • list of illustrations
  • 283
      • Little Colorado Valley
  • 302
      • Little Colorado Valley, Adamana
  • 317
    • Archeological field work, Little Colorado Valley, Canyon Butte
  • 309
      • Little Colorado Valley, McDonalds Canyon
  • 302
      • Little Colorado Valley, Metate
  • 318
      • Little Colorado Valley, Milky Hollow
  • 319
      • Little Colorado Valley, Scorse Ranch
  • 306
      • Little Colorado Valley, Stone Axe
  • 320
      • Little Colorado Valley, Stone Axe, small sites near
  • 325
      • Little Colorado Valley, Woodruff
  • 318
      • remarks
  • 352
      • remarks, distribution of Pueblo culture
  • 352
      • remarks, domestic and food animals
  • 356
      • remarks, preservation of ancient ruins
  • 357
      • remarks, range of dual design on pottery
  • 354
      • remarks, summary of work
  • 358
      • remarks, symbolism
  • 355
      • remarks, types of buildings
  • 352
      • table of contents
  • 281
      • White Mountain Region
  • 289
      • White Mountain Region, Forestdale
  • 289
      • White Mountain Region, Interior Sawmill
  • 297
    • Archeological field work, White Mountain Region, Linden
  • 297
      • White Mountain Region, Showlow
  • 301
      • White Mountain Region, Shumway
  • 302
    • Arizona, legislature of, action taken by to preserve ruins
  • 358
    • Arts, transfer of
  • 324 353
    • Asa clan, migrations
  • 324
      • pottery
  • 324
    • Awatobi excavated
  • 333
      • fine springs of
  • 333
      • pipe specimen found at
  • 317
    • Bandelier, A. F., attention called to rugose ware with white decoration by
  • 300
      • ruin at Showlow examined by
  • 301
      • ruin brought to notice by
  • 289
    • Basketry
  • 339
    • Biddahoochee ruin, archeological field work at
  • 326
      • cemeteries
  • 327
      • Cottonwood Wash
  • 327
      • ruins
  • 327
      • examination of, attended with hardships
  • 333
      • gray ware
  • 330
      • limestone axe from
  • 322
      • potshards
  • 327
      • pottery investigations
  • 327
      • seep spring
  • 327
    • Biddahoochee ruins, white ware
  • 329
      • shrine discovered at
  • 316
    • Black Knoll
  • 320
    • Brazier of pottery
  • 337
    • Buildings, types of, archeological field work in Arizona
  • 352
    • Bureau of American Ethnology, archeological specimens acquired by
  • 328
    • Bureau of American Ethnology, collections purchased by
  • 307
    • Bureau of American Ethnology, pottery purchased by
  • 303
    • Canyon Butte ruins
  • 309
      • archeological field work at
  • 309
      • cemeteries
  • 310
      • clay and stone abundant
  • 310
      • climate
  • 310
      • description
  • 309
      • environment
  • 310
      • firewood
  • 309 310
      • food animals, scarcity of
  • 310
      • location
  • 309
      • pipes
  • 316
      • plan of
  • 310
      • plants, scarcity of
  • 310
    • Canyon Butte ruins, Ruin No. 1
  • 310
        • interments
  • 311
        • 2
  • 312
        • cemetery
  • 312
        • fire box
  • 312
        • graves
  • 312
        • ware
  • 312
        • 3
  • 312
        • cannibalism
  • 313
        • cemetery
  • 312
        • skeleton of priest unearthed
  • 313
        • 4
  • 313
        • artifacts
  • 313
        • cemetery
  • 313
        • decorated ware
  • 314
        • gray ware
  • 315
        • plain ware
  • 814
        • pottery
  • 313
        • shrine
  • 316
        • skeletons
  • 316
        • water, lack of
  • 309 310
      • Wash ruins face the east
  • 310
    • Casa Grande, preservation of
  • 358
    • Central Petrified Forest
  • 320
    • Chakpahu ruin
  • 336
      • archeological field work at
  • 336
      • cemeteries
  • 337
      • defensive wall
  • 337
      • fragments of napiform vases
  • 337
      • great court or plaza
  • 337
      • location
  • 336
      • potshards
  • 337
      • surveyed
  • 337
      • walls
  • 337
      • ware
  • 337
    • Cotton, seeds of
  • 341 315
    • Cottonwood wash, groups of ruins on carefully platted, and plan of site made
  • 288
    • Culture, Pueblo, distribution of
  • 352
    • Cushing, F. H., information from, regarding domestication of animals
  • 356
      • information from, regarding traditions
  • 355
    • Decoration of pottery, pigments used in
  • 348
      • resources in
  • 348
    • Distribution of Pueblo culture
  • 352
    • Domestic and food animals, archeological field work in Arizona
  • 356
    • Dorsey, George A., excavation by, on site of Old Walpi
  • 347
    • Expedition, the Museum Gates of 1901
  • 279
    • Fewkes, J. Walter, archeological material collected by, in 1896 and 1897
  • 326
      • cups found by, at Homolobi
  • 331
      • double-bitted axe found by
  • 331
    • Fewkes, J. Walter, example of ware of Navajo Springs region collected by
  • 315
      • explorations of, in 1896 and 1897
  • 331
      • group of Hopi ruins explored by
  • 322
      • group of ruins explored by, at Homolobi
  • 346
      • incrusted shell frog figured by
  • 305
      • information by, regarding clans
  • 352
      • mortuary masks mentioned by
  • 339
      • paper by, on a new clew to the migrations of the Hopi clans
  • 332
      • plain carving from Chevlon figured by
  • 305
      • pottery bells described by
  • 342
      • researches of
  • 332
      • ruin excavated by
  • 333
      • small birds carved from steatite figured by
  • 319
      • suggestions by, regarding migration
  • 350
      • traditional Hopi ruins discovered by
  • 346
      • traditional material relating to settlements collected by
  • 349
      • vases figured in monograph by
  • 350
      • ware collected by
  • 328
        • figured by
  • 301
        • procured by, at Sikyatki and Awatobi
  • 347
    • Fewkes party, series of objects taken from a grave by the
  • 293
    • Field Columbian Museum of Chicago, collection purchased by
  • 307
    • Food animals
  • 356
    • Forestdale ruin, archeological field work at
  • 289
      • bone
  • 295
      • building, material used in
  • 291
      • burials
  • 292
      • cemetery
  • 292
      • collection secured by Museum-Gates expedition at
  • 292
      • débris
  • 292
      • description of
  • 289
      • food, water, wood, clay, and stone, problems of
  • 289
      • gray ware
  • 294
      • location of
  • 289
      • necessities
  • 289 290
      • pottery
  • 292 296
    • Forestdale ruin, ruins near
  • 291
      • shell
  • 295
      • skeletons
  • 296
      • stone
  • 294
      • Tun das tusa ruin, explanation of name
  • 289 290
    • Fort Apache, visit to
  • 287
    • Free Museum of Science and Art of Philadelphia, collection purchased by
  • 302
    • Gates collection, canteen in
  • 325
      • Mrs., aid given by, in botanical work
  • 288
      • Peter Goddard, exploration in conjunction with
  • 287
        • interest of, in the exploration of the Southwest
  • 287
        • photographs made by
  • 288
        • vase secured by
  • 350
    • Gray ware, region of
  • 354
    • Gulf of California, spiral shell ornament from
  • 300
    • Hodge, F. W., information given by
  • 350
    • Holbrook, Arizona, field work in
  • 287
      • return to, to complete packing and shipping of specimens
  • 288
    • Holmes, W. H., frets figured by
  • 354
      • information from, regarding ceramic groups
  • 353
      • information from, regarding white ware
  • 323
      • pottery figured by
  • 304
      • Pueblo culture characterized
  • 353
    • Hopi buttes and mesas, archeological field work at
  • 326
        • environment of
  • 289
      • clan names, environmental phase of
  • 352
      • contact of, with cliff-dwellers
  • 351
      • form, vases of ancient
  • 324
      • former inhabitants of Stone Axe related to
  • 322
      • Indians, pipes used by, in ceremonies
  • 317
      • origin of culture and early clans
  • 351
      • pueblos, ethnological studies at
  • 288
      • specular iron ore used by, in ceremonies
  • 322
      • type, fine yellow pottery of
  • 327
      • whistles of
  • 322
    • Hough, Walter, archeological material collected by, in 1896 and 1897
  • 326
      • cups found by, at Homolobi
  • 331
      • double-bitted axe found by
  • 331
      • example of ware of the Navajo Springs region collected by
  • 315
      • group of Hopi ruins explored by
  • 322
        • ruins explored at Homolobi
  • 346
    • Hough, Walter, on archeological field work in northeastern Arizona. The Museum-Gates expedition of 1901
  • 279
      • ordered into the field to conduct ethnological and archeological investigations in northeastern Arizona
  • 287
      • paper presented by, before Anthropological Society of Washington
  • 352
      • photographs made by
  • 288
      • pictographs copied by
  • 356
      • pottery investigations by
  • 327
      • recommendation by, to Bureau of Ethnology to purchase collection
  • 307
      • return of, to Holbrook
  • 288
        • Washington from northeastern Arizona
  • 288
      • shrine discovered by, at Biddahoochee
  • 316
      • specimens in Scorse collection at Holbrook identified by
  • 328
      • study of the art of pottery making made by
  • 353
      • time spent by, in examining and mapping two groups of undescribed ruins north of Holbrook
  • 305
      • ware collected by
  • 328
    • Hrdlicka, Ales, archeological material reported on by
  • 326
    • Huning, Henry, ruin on ranch of worked
  • 287 301
      • ranch
  • 301
      • ruin
  • 301
    • Hupa Indians of California, pipes of
  • 317 320
    • Illustrations, list of
  • 283
    • Interior Department, service of, in hindering despoiling of ruins
  • 358
      • Sawmill, archeological field work at
  • 297
        • ruin at investigated
  • 287
    • Introduction
  • 287
    • Jemez, white ware occurs at
  • 323
    • Jettyto Spring, ruin near, worked
  • 288
      • Valley ruins
  • 332
        • age of
  • 349
      • Wash, ruin on excavated
  • 288
    • “Jim Camp,” well in wash at
  • 309
    • Juan Baca, services of, secured
  • 327
      • specimens procured by
  • 328
    • Kawaiokuh ruin, archeological field work at
  • 339
      • arrow smoothers
  • 343
      • arrowheads
  • 344
      • artifacts
  • 341
      • axes
  • 343
      • beads of turquoise
  • 344
      • bone awls
  • 344
      • burial ceremonies
  • 345
      • burials
  • 340 341
    • Kawaiokuh ruin, cemetery
  • 341
      • ceremonial implements
  • 343
      • crystals of quartz
  • 344
      • devastated by the Navaho
  • 340
      • felt-like masks of the down of birds
  • 345
      • flint chipping
  • 345
      • glass
  • 344
      • graves
  • 345
      • hammers
  • 343
      • houses
  • 340
      • juniper trees
  • 340
      • knives
  • 344
      • lignite
  • 340
      • location
  • 339
      • obsidian
  • 344
      • ornaments
  • 344
      • pahos
  • 345
      • pigments
  • 345
      • plants
  • 340
      • pottery
  • 341
        • burning place
  • 340
      • ruins in neighborhood of
  • 341
      • scrapers
  • 344
      • shell
  • 344
      • springs
  • 340
      • stone working
  • 343
      • tubes of bird bone and deer bones
  • 344
      • village
  • 340
      • vitreous stone
  • 344
      • wicker and coiled basketry
  • 345
    • Keam collections at Peabody and Chicago
  • 347
    • Keam, T. V., additions to collections made by
  • 337
    • Kiowas, whistles of
  • 322
    • Kiva, view of
  • 290
    • Kokopnyama ruin, archeological field work at
  • 337
      • beans
  • 339
      • bones of animals
  • 339
      • brazier
  • 337
      • excavation of
  • 288
      • felt-like masks of the down of birds
  • 339
      • fetishes
  • 339
      • ironstone concretions
  • 338
      • ornaments
  • 338
      • pahos
  • 339
      • pigments
  • 338
      • pottery
  • 337
      • shell objects
  • 338
      • stone implements
  • 338
      • textiles
  • 339
      • water vases
  • 337
      • worked bone
  • 338
    • Le Roux Wash, group of ruins on carefully platted, and plan of site made
  • 288
      • location
  • 305
    • Lee farm house
  • 318
    • Lee, Mr., long wall built by
  • 319
      • skeletons found in house yard of
  • 319
    • Lignite used as fuel
  • 334 340
    • Linden ruins, archeological field work at
  • 297
      • bone
  • 300
      • burials
  • 298
      • cemeteries
  • 298
      • description
  • 297 298
      • environment
  • 297
      • fibers or textiles
  • 300
      • implements
  • 300
      • location
  • 297
      • pottery
  • 299
      • shell
  • 300
      • skeletons
  • 299
      • water
  • 297
    • List of illustrations
  • 283
    • Little Colorado Valley, archeological field work in
  • 302
    • Lizard clan
  • 316 332
    • Lucas, F. A., opinion of, regarding bones of animals
  • 296 300
    • Lululongturqui ruin, examination of
  • 336
    • McDonalds Canyon, archeological field work at
  • 302
      • location
  • 302
      • ruins
  • 303
        • cemeteries
  • 303
        • crania
  • 305
        • débris
  • 303
        • house-building material
  • 303
        • pahos and fetishes
  • 305
        • pottery
  • 303
        • relief modeling
  • 305
        • textiles
  • 305
    • Mason, Otis T., coiled basketry to be described by
  • 339
      • information from, regarding the originators of many of the primitive arts
  • 354
    • Menchero, Padre, visit to Tusayan
  • 349
    • Metate ruin, archeological field work at
  • 318
      • description
  • 318
      • location
  • 318
      • petroglyphs
  • 318
      • pipe specimens from
  • 317
      • pottery
  • 318
    • Milky Hollow ruin, archeological field work at
  • 319
      • cemeteries
  • 319
      • houses
  • 319
      • lava pipes
  • 319
      • location
  • 319
      • pottery
  • 319
      • shell ornaments
  • 319
      • stone implements
  • 319
      • stoves
  • 320
      • village
  • 319
    • Milky Wash ruin, people of classified
  • 320
      • pipe specimen from
  • 317
    • Miller, Joshua, Arizona Antiquarian Society founded through efforts of
  • 358
    • Mindeleff, Victor, plans of old Zuñi ruins figured by
  • 296
    • Mindeleff, Victor, plans of ruins made by
  • 333
      • ruin surveyed by
  • 337
    • Mooney, James, account of archeological find, published by
  • 337
    • Mormon houses, remains of foundations of
  • 291
    • Mount Thomas condensing focus
  • 288
    • Museum-Gates expedition— Collection from Jettyto Valley by the
  • 347
      • Collection secured by, at Forestdale
  • 292
      • Disbanded
  • 288
      • Explorations by
  • 287
      • First Jettyto ruin worked by
  • 333
      • Ruin at Showlow worked by
  • 301
      • Vases and vessels found by
  • 337
    • Museum-Gates expedition of 1901— Archeological field work
  • 279
      • Archeological field work, Hopi buttes and mesas
  • 326
      • Archeological field work, Hopi buttes and mesas, age of Jettyto Valley ruins
  • 349
      • Archeological field work, Hopi buttes and mesas, Biddahoochee
  • 326
      • Archeological field work, Hopi buttes and mesas, Chakpahu
  • 336
      • Archeological field work, Hopi buttes and mesas, Kawaiokuh
  • 339
      • Archeological field work, Hopi buttes and mesas, Kokopnyama
  • 337
      • Archeological field work, Hopi buttes and mesas, periods of Tusayan ware
  • 346
      • Archeological field work, introduction
  • 287
      • Archeological field work, list of illustrations
  • 283
      • Archeological field work, Little Colorado Valley
  • 302
      • Archeological field work, Little Colorado Valley, Adamana
  • 317
      • Archeological field work, Little Colorado Valley, Canyon Butte
  • 309
      • Archeological field work, Little Colorado Valley, McDonalds Canyon
  • 302
      • Archeological field work, Little Colorado Valley, Metate
  • 318
      • Archeological field work, Little Colorado Valley, Milky Hollow
  • 319
      • Archeological field work, Little Colorado Valley, Scorse Ranch
  • 306
      • Archeological field work, Little Colorado Valley, Stone Axe
  • 326
      • Archeological field work, Little Colorado Valley, Stone Axe, small sites near
  • 325
      • Archeological field work, Little Colorado Valley, Woodruff
  • 318
      • Archeological field work, remarks
  • 352
      • Archeological field work, remarks, distribution of Pueblo culture
  • 352
      • Archeological field work, remarks, domestic and food animals
  • 356
      • Archeological field work, remarks, preservation of ancient ruins
  • 357
      • Archeological field work, remarks, range of dual design on pottery
  • 354
      • Archeological field work, remarks, summary of work
  • 358
      • Archeological field work, remarks, symbolism
  • 355
      • Archeological field work, remarks, types of buildings
  • 352
      • Archeological field work, table of contents
  • 281
      • Archeological field work, White Mountain region
  • 289
      • Archeological field work, White Mountain region, Forestdale
  • 289
      • Archeological field work, White Mountain region, Interior Sawmill
  • 297
      • Archeological field work, White Mountain region, Linden
  • 297
      • Archeological field work, White Mountain region, Showlow
  • 301
      • Archeological field work, White Mountain region, Shumway
  • 302
      • The paper giving summary of field work of
  • 355
      • The symbols collected by
  • 356
    • Museum-Gates party of 1901, Pueblos examined by
  • 352
    • Nahuatl contact with Pueblo region
  • 351
    • Nampeo, pigments used by
  • 348
      • revival of ancient ware and designs
  • 347
    • National Museum, U. S., collection of modern Zuñi pottery in
  • 355
    • National Museum, U.S., explorations in Arizona for
  • 287
    • Nesheptanga, work done at
  • 336
    • North American Indians, ceremonial cannibalism among
  • 313
    • Owen, C. L., archeological work of
  • 346 347
    • Pahos, distribution of
  • 345
    • Palmer, Edward, pottery specimens collected by
  • 308
    • Pepper, George II., discoveries of, in northern New Mexico
  • 351
    • Petrified Forest. (See Metate, Canyon Butte, and Stone Axe ruins.) Pottery environment versus custom
  • 353
      • Hill ruin
  • 297 298
        • cemetery
  • 298
        • houses
  • 298
        • occupations
  • 298
        • pottery
  • 298
        • soil
  • 298
        • vegetation
  • 298
        • walls
  • 298
      • kilns
  • 334 340
      • range of dual design on
  • 354
    • Powell, J. W., pueblo visited by
  • 347
    • Pueblo culture, distribution of
  • 352
    • Puerco, shrine found at
  • 316
    • Raincloud clan
  • 332
    • Range of dual design on pottery
  • 354
    • Red ware, region of
  • 354
    • Remarks, archeological field work in Arizona
  • 352
    • Ruins, ancient, preservation of
  • 357
      • unlawful despoiling of
  • 357
    • Russell, Frank, ruin excavated by
  • 333
    • Sa-a-la-ko, archeological specimens secured from
  • 343
    • Schott, Mr., pottery sold to
  • 292
    • Scorse, H. H., pottery purchased from
  • 303
      • Ranch ruins, archeological field work at
  • 306
        • burials
  • 307
        • description
  • 306
        • houses
  • 307
        • location
  • 306
        • pottery
  • 307
        • brown ware
  • 308
        • gray ware
  • 307
        • red ware
  • 305
    • Showlow ruin, archeological field work at
  • 301
      • artifacts
  • 301
      • bones
  • 301
      • cemetery
  • 301
      • description
  • 301
      • location
  • 301
      • potshards
  • 301
      • pottery
  • 301
      • skeleton
  • 301
    • Shumway ruin, archeological field work at
  • 302
      • cemetery
  • 302
      • description
  • 302
      • location
  • 302
      • pottery
  • 302
    • Skidi, cemetery rifled by
  • 292
      • information gathered from, as to burials
  • 292
      • prominent Apache
  • 290
    • Snowflake, ruins at, examined
  • 287
    • Stephen, A. M., traditional material relating to settlements collected by
  • 349
    • Stevenson, Mrs. M. C., information from, concerning Zuñi fire altar
  • 320
      • stone specimen collected by
  • 295
    • Stone Axe people, affiliations by arts of the
  • 326
    • Stone Axe ruin, actinolite axes
  • 320
      • animal life
  • 320
      • archeological field work at
  • 320
      • artifacts
  • 321
      • bone collected
  • 322
      • bones of animals
  • 326
      • building stone
  • 320
      • burials
  • 321
      • cemeteries
  • 321
      • collection secured at
  • 322
      • copper paint stone, obsidian, flint, shell, and arrow points
  • 321
      • country, description of
  • 320
      • detached houses to the south
  • 321
      • elevations
  • 320
      • fossil wood and limestome
  • 322
      • houses, formation
  • 321
      • interesting features presented to student by
  • 325
    • Stone Axe ruin, light red ware
  • 323
      • limestone axe, fragment of
  • 322
      • location
  • 320
      • metates and hand stones
  • 322
      • migration of people from
  • 326
      • obsidian
  • 322
      • pahos
  • 322
      • paint stones
  • 322
      • potshards
  • 321
      • pottery
  • 322 323 324
        • clan marriage
  • 324
        • cup-shaped depressions made in large vessels
  • 323
        • fragments
  • 321
        • indications given by
  • 322
        • plates illustrating
  • 323
        • polychrome vases
  • 323
      • rains
  • 321
      • shell collected
  • 322
      • skeletons
  • 321
      • skulls
  • 326
      • small sites near, archeological field work at
  • 325
        • canteen
  • 325
        • fragments of large coiled vessels
  • 326
        • gray ware
  • 325 326
        • pottery and stone disks
  • 326
        • red ware
  • 325 326
        • shell ornaments, spindle whorl, arrow smoothers
  • 326
        • size of ruins
  • 326
        • somatological material
  • 326
        • vase of gray ware
  • 325
      • small village sites near
  • 321
      • soil
  • 321
      • springs
  • 320
      • stone collected
  • 322
        • hammers, metates, and hand stones
  • 321
      • survey of ground
  • 320
    • Stone Axe ruin, tanks near
  • 321
      • textiles
  • 322
      • thin bowls of gray paste
  • 323
      • treeless
  • 320
      • vases
  • 324
      • vesicular lava
  • 322
      • winds
  • 321
    • Summary of work, archeological field work in Arizona
  • 358
    • Symbolism, archeological field work in Arizona
  • 328 355
    • Table of contents
  • 281
    • Tun das tusa
  • 289
      • ruin, location of
  • 290
    • Tusayan ware, periods of
  • 346
      • first
  • 346
      • second
  • 346
      • third
  • 347
    • Types of buildings, archeological field work in Arizona
  • 352
    • Vroman, A. C., views taken by
  • 287 288
    • Wattron collection, purchase of
  • 307
    • Wetzier, Julius, pipe specimen presented by
  • 317
    • White Mountain region, archeological field work in
  • 289
        • environment of
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      • ware
  • 323
    • Woodruff Butte, archeological field work at
  • 318
      • building stones
  • 319
      • circular platforms
  • 318
      • grading and terracing
  • 319
      • habitations
  • 319
      • hammers of fossil wood
  • 319
      • pottery fragments
  • 319
      • ruins
  • 318
        • classed
  • 319
      • small birds carved from dark-blue steatite found on
  • 319
      • view from
  • 319
      • visitors to
  • 319
      • walls
  • 319
    • Yellow ware, region of
  • 354
    • Zuñi, relation to ancient culture
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