Sponemann site 2

the Mississippian and Oneota occupations (11-MS-517)
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Mississippian culture -- Illinois -- American Bottom., Oneota Indians (Great Plains) -- Antiquities., Sponemann Site (Ill.), American Bottom (Ill.) -- Antiqui

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Other titlesSponemann site two.
StatementDouglas K. Jackson, Andrew C. Fortier, and Joyce A. Williams ; with contributions by Lucretia S. Kelly, Kathryn E. Parker, and Maria Mercer Hajic.
SeriesAmerican Bottom archaeology ;, v. 24
ContributionsFortier, Andrew C., 1947-, Williams, Joyce A., Illinois. Dept. of Transportation.
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LC ClassificationsE78.I3 A58 1983 vol. 24
The Physical Object
Paginationxix, 587 p. :
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Open LibraryOL1723796M
ISBN 100252062558
LC Control Number92027394

The Sponemann Site 2 (Ms): the Mississippian and Oneota Occupations. Douglas K. Jackson, Andrew C. Fortier, Joyce A. Williams. American Bottom Archaeology, FAI Site Report,1. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. (tDAR id: )Cited by: 7.

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The Sponemann Site: The Formative Emergent Mississippian Sponemann Phase Occupations (American Bottom Archaeology) by Andrew Fortier (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and Product Information: This is the type site for the Sponemann phase (A.D.

), a settlement created by non-American Bottom immigrants, which yielded the first significant evidence for maize, as well as a unique assemblage of chert tempered castellated vessels, keyhole structures and multiple community household Rating: % positive.

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This is the type site for the Sponemann phase (A.D. ), a settlement created by non-American Bottom immigrants, which yielded the first Sponemann site 2 book evidence for maize, as well as a unique assemblage of chert tempered castellated vessels, keyhole structures and multiple community household clusters.

This site presents the first evidence in late prehistory for the significant influx of non.

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The Sacred Maize model as applied to the American Bottom postulates that a series of related ideological innovations was successfully implemented and marked the Terminal Late Woodland period and that, largely unwittingly, this implementation instigated a population expansion and further innovation tied into world renewal ritual, culminating in the emergence of Cahokia.

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The Mississippian stone statuary are artifacts of polished stone in the shape of human figurines made by members of the Mississippian culture ( to CE) and found in archaeological sites in the American Midwest and Southeast. Two distinct styles exist; the first is a style of carved flint clay found over a wide geographical area but believed to be from the American Bottom area and.

The Sponemann site: the formative emergent Mississippian by Andrew C. Fortier (3 copies) The Archaeology of Downtown Cahokia: The Tract 15A and by Timothy R. Pauketat (3 copies) Surveyors of the Ancient Mississippi Valley by P. Clay Sherrod (3 copies). The chapter also discusses the Sponemann site ritual/ceremonial sphere.

The interpretation of the Sponemann phase occupation is consistent with the Sacred Maize model in that it illustrates that the incorporation of maize as a major subsistence crop is correlated with the expansion of the population, the elaboration of world renewal ritual.

Book Notes Approaches To Material Culture Research For Historical Archaeologists; An Investigation of Image Processing Techniques at Pincevent Habitation No. 1, a Late Magdalenian Site in Northern France; Archaeology, History, and Custer's Last Battle; The Sponemann Site 2: The Mississippian and.

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It specifically outlines the current interpretations of that site's community plans, critiques them, and then provides the alternative, thereby establishing the interpretive background framework for addressing the.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for g: Sponemann. Land of Water, City of the Dead explores the embodiment of religion in the Cahokia land and how places create, make meaningful, and transform practices and beliefs.

Cahokia, the largest city of the Mississippian mound cultures, lies outside present-day East St. Louis. Land of Water, City of the Dead reconceptualizes Cahokia’s emergence and expansion (ca.

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Pauketat (p. The Nochta Site: The Early, Middle, and Late Archaic Occupations --v. Selected Early Mississippian Household Sites in the American Bottom --v.

The Sponemann Site: The Formative Emergent Mississippian Sponemann Phase Occupations --v. The Sponemann Site 2: The Mississippian and Oneota Occupations --v. The site is a multicomponent series of occupations dating to the Patrick, Sponemann, and TLW I period, cal AD – Backhoe excavations revealed subsurface features, including 13 Patrick phase pits, 54 Sponemann phase pits and one house, and 81 pits and 7 houses dating to the TLW I period.

Sponemann Site figurines. The Sponemann Site, another Sterling Phase second tier ceremonial site of Cahokia, has produced three flint clay figurines, although these had been ritually broken or "killed" before burial.

The "Sponemann figurine", at 15 centimeters ( in), is only partially recovered. What remains is the head, upper torso and arms.

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Jackson, A. Fortier, and J. Williams, pp. Univer- sity of Illinois Press, Urbana. The Vogt Petroglyph Complex in Monroe County, Illi- nois. Illinois Archaeology Fowler, M. Cahokia: Ancient capitol of the Midwest Addison.

Both sites appear to have been occupied by the same people, but utilized for different purposes.

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The Reilley site yielded prehistoric features, including five structures, all dating to the Late Woodland, early Sponemann phase.

circa cal A.D. – Only a portion of this site actually fell within the FAP ROW. The smaller Husted site. Sponemann Site figurines.

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The Sponemann Site, another Sterling Phase second tier ceremonial site of Cahokia, has produced three flint clay figurines, although these had been ritually broken or "killed" before burial. The "Sponemann figurine", at 15 centimetres ( in), is only partially recovered.

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Fortier, T. Maher and J. Williams, pp. – American Bottom Archaeology, FAI Site Reports, Vol. he Vasey site is situated in the northern American Bottom uplands just east of Roxana, Illinois.

The site is a multicomponent series of occupations dating to the Patrick, Sponemann, and TLW I period, cal A.D.

– Backhoe exca-vations revealed subsurface features, including 13 Patrick phase pits, 54 Sponemann. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

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Louis, Missouri. This book overturns the current political characterization of this largest known North American prehistoric site north of Mexico. Rather than treating Cahokia as the seat of a dominant Native American polity, a “paramount chiefdom”, the book.