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By Michael Ruggeri | The culture, iconography, history, religion, art, religion and sites of the Adena, Hopewell, and Fort Ancient Cultures of North America.

Scientists discover origins of ancient Hopewell culture's meteorite jewellery

The native Hopewell culture, which thrived along rivers and streams in North America from 200BC to 500AD, is today survived by a number of beautiful …

Archaeology

Ancient bobcat buried like a human being

About 2000 years ago in what is today western Illinois, a group of Native Americans buried something unusual in a sacred place. In the outer edge of …

Native American mound-builder society experienced rapid agricultural development

Researchers are saying that the mound-building Fort Ancient culture of eastern North America experienced a rapid increase in maize production, then …

Hopewell Moon

A rather special time regarding the moon is fast approaching. It is something called the Minor Lunar Standstill. The Earthworks in Newark, Ohio, …

Hopewell Archeology Newsletter -- Volumn6 Number1

If we apply the archetypal cosmological model discussed earlier to the topographic observations just noted for Newark, we find some intriguing …

Hopewell tradition

The <b>Hopewell tradition</b> (also called the <b>Hopewell culture</b>) describes the common aspects of the Native American culture that flourished along rivers in …

Who Were the Hopewell?

Who Were the Hopewell?<p>Re-creation of a Hopewell hamlet (www.cerhas.uc.edu)<p>The Hopewell culture flourished in Ohio and other parts of eastern North …

Archaeology

Native Peoples of North America - Hopewell

<b>Subsistence</b><br>Like the Adena before them, Hopewell communities were participants in a cultivating ecosystem. But unlike the Adena, at many Hopewell …

Havana Hopewell culture

The <b>Havana Hopewell culture</b> were a Hopewellian people who lived in the Illinois River and Mississippi River valleys in Iowa, Illinois, and Missouri …

Hopewell Culture

Effigy of a hawk claw cut from sheet mica, Ohio Hopewell culture, 100 BC-500 AD. Excavated from Hopewell Mound Group, Ross County, Ohio ca. …

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Hopewell Mound Group - Earthworks of Eastern North America

Moorehead began excavations to find artifacts for the World's Columbian Exposition, after not finding sufficient artifacts at Fort Ancient. Moorehead …

Marksville culture

The <b>Marksville culture</b> was an archaeological culture in the lower Lower Mississippi valley, Yazoo valley, and Tensas valley areas of Louisiana, …

Swift Creek culture

The <b>Swift Creek culture</b> was a Middle Woodland period archaeological culture in Georgia, Alabama, Florida, South Carolina, and Tennessee, dating to …

Catlinite Pipes, Page 1

<b>PAGE 1 <br>CATLINITE PIPES <br>EAST OF THE ROCKIES <br>MIDDLE WOODLAND TO HISTORIC PERIOD <br>PAGE 1 OF 2 PAGES <br>COPYRIGHT JUNE 30, 2009 PETER A. BOSTROM <br>CATLINITE</b> …

Alligator Effigy Mound

The <b>Alligator Effigy Mound</b> is an effigy mound in Granville, Ohio, United States. The mound is believed to have been built between AD 800 and 1200 by …

Point Peninsula Complex

The <b>Point Peninsula Complex</b> was an indigenous culture located in Ontario and New York from 600 BCE to 700 CE (during the Middle Woodland period).[1] …

Saugeen Complex

The <b>Saugeen Complex</b> was a Native American culture located around the southeast shores of Lake Huron and the Bruce Peninsula, around the London area, …

Mackinaw Aldrich Hopewell Cache

<b>2001 MARCH</b><p><b>The "Mackinaw-Aldrich Cache"<br>Hopewell Snyders and North Points<br>"THE BEST EXAMPLES OF CHIPPED FLINT WORK EVER FOUND IN AMERICA!"<br>(A comment</b> …

Two Hopewell Animal Effigy Pipes From Illinopis

<b>HOPEWELL FROG EFFIGY PIPE <br>FLOYD RITTER COLLECTION</b><p><b>Looking a little worse for wear but still showing a lot of artistic strength. This Hopewell pipe is</b> …

Ross Point From Southern Illinois

<b>ROSS POINT</b><p><b>Southern Illinois<br>Hopewell Culture</b><p><b>2,000 to 1,600 years ago</b><p><b>This is one of the nicest Ross Blades I have seen and is still in a private</b> …

Sinnissippi Mounds

The <b>Sinnissippi Mounds</b> are a Havana Hopewell culture burial mound grouping located in the city of Sterling, Illinois, United States.<p>The mounds are a …

Polished Chert Lizard Effigies, Page 1

<b>PAGE 1 <br>POLISHED CHERT<br>LIZARD EFFIGIES <br>MISSOURI & ILLINOIS<br>LATE ARCHAIC TO LATE MIDDLE WOODLAND <br>PAGE 1 OF 2 PAGES <br>COPYRIGHT FEBRUARY 28, 2007 PETER A.</b> …

Cibachrome Prints of Stone Age Artifacts

<b>CIBACHROME PRINTS</b><p><b>By Pete Bostrom</b><p>WHAT IS A CIBACHROME PRINT? <b></b><p><b>The Cibachrome process of printing from slides and transparencies was developed by the</b> …

Official Tickets and Your Source for Live Entertainment

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The Goodall Project

During this portion of the field school, you will learn the basic techniques of prehistoric archaeology. William Mangold, an archaeologist with the …