New Research at the Mississippian Capital of Cahokia — MIKE RUGGERI’S ANCIENT AMERICAS NEWS

August 5, 2022 Researchers using paleoenvironmental analysis at the giant Mississippian site of Cahokia in Illinois, which exploded into prominence at 1050 CE and thrived for 300 years, was thought to have had four large plazas on the north, south, east and west which surrounded the very large temple known as Monk’s Mound, have found […]

New Research at the Mississippian Capital of Cahokia — MIKE RUGGERI’S ANCIENT AMERICAS NEWS

CAHOKIA: Ancient America’s greatest city; Tank Baird; Sun Gazette — All About World Heritage Sites

Photo: Sun Gazette In the sleepy farming community of Cahokia, situated on the Illinois side of the Mississippi it had been a quiet night. In the predawn, villagers were moving about, rekindling cooking fires and preparing to begin their day. But what would happen next would change the course of the ancient heartland forever. It […]

CAHOKIA: Ancient America’s greatest city; Tank Baird; Sun Gazette — All About World Heritage Sites

Illinois senators want historic Cahokia Mounds to be national park; Les Winkeler; The Southern Illinoisan — All About World Heritage Sites

Photo: Les Winkeler Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site, once the home of one of the great cities of medieval times, is now a grassy oasis in a gritty industrial neighborhood in Metro East. Source: Outdoors | Illinois senators want historic Cahokia Mounds to be national park

Illinois senators want historic Cahokia Mounds to be national park; Les Winkeler; The Southern Illinoisan — All About World Heritage Sites

Cahokia Mounds a window into past; Kevin Koch; Telegraph Herald — All About World Heritage Sites

Photo: Kevin Koch From the platform top of Monks Mound, Kevin Koch can see 7 miles across the Mississippi River to the St. Louis Gateway Arch. You might say he’s seeing 900 years into the future. Source: Koch: Cahokia Mounds a window into past

Cahokia Mounds a window into past; Kevin Koch; Telegraph Herald — All About World Heritage Sites

Louisiana’s Poverty Point Earthworks Show Early Native Americans Were ‘Incredible Engineers’ — Marin American Indian Alliance

We told you so! Smithsonian Magazine: A new study finds that enormous mounds and concentric earthen ridges were built in a matter of months. New research shows that people who lived in what’s now north Louisiana around 3,400 years ago had sophisticated engineering expertise, David Nield reports for Science Alert. The remains of earthen mounds built […]

Louisiana’s Poverty Point Earthworks Show Early Native Americans Were ‘Incredible Engineers’ — Marin American Indian Alliance

New study debunks myth of Cahokia’s Native American lost civilization — Delving into History ® _ Periklis Deligiannis

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Republication from http://www.sciencedaily.com/ Ancient feces levels point to repopulation of iconic pre-Columbian metropolis Source: University of California – Berkeley A University of California, Berkeley, archaeologist has dug up ancient human feces, among other demographic clues, to challenge the narrative around the legendary demise of Cahokia, North America’s most iconic pre-Columbian metropolis. In its heyday in […]

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How White Settlers Buried the Truth About the Midwest’s Mysterious Mounds; Sarah E Baires; Zócalo Public Square — All About World Heritage Sites

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Pioneers and Early Archeologists Preferred to Credit Distant Civilizations, Not Native Americans, With Building These Monumental Cities Around 1100 or 1200 A.D., the largest city north of Mexico was Cahokia, sitting in what is now southern Illinois, across the Mississippi River from St. Louis. Built around 1050 A.D. and occupied through 1400 A.D., Cahokia had […]

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Die unbekannten Baumeister Amerikas

The prehistoric people of Central and South America are known worldwide for their fantastic architectural and cultural achievements. However, North American natives are not known as great builders. But that does not mean they didn’t build. Read more Section: News History

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Amerika vor Kolumbus

31. März 2017 aikos2309 Der erstaunliche Komplex von sechs oktagonalen Graten mit 4000 Fuß Durchmesser bei Poverty Point, Louisiana, war bis 1953 unentdeckt geblieben, als Luftaufnahmen davon analysiert wurden. Diese etwa 3000 Jahre alten Erhebungen werden von Alleen unterteilt, die auf die Winter- und Sommer-Sonnenwende sowie auf einige nicht ganz klare astronomische Azimuthe ausgerichtet sind. […]

über Poverty Point – Das irdine Stonehenge von Louisiana, die Artefakte und Riesen (Videos) — Gegen den Strom