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Department
Anthropology
Course
Anthropology 2231F/G
Professor
Christopher Ellis
Semester
Winter

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October 17 2011 Early WoodlandEast 30002200 BP 1000200 BC Adena 500200 BC Adena Site Ohio River Valley y Known mostly by ceremonial and burial sites y Nothing to suggest that Adena is all one ethnic group y Adena objects can appear much beyond the heartlands ex even in new Brunswick y Structures besides moundsearthwork enclosures circular almost exclusively nearly perfect circle o Built up a ditch of earth on inside which the walls were then built around o Entrance on one side usually facing cardinal directions o Inside pair of circular posts o Not occupation sites not defensive o Might have individuals buried in them o Relatively small although some might be quite largemammoth mound in west Virginia 21 metres high o Robbins mound in Kentucky
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