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Excavation of the truncated mound at the Walling site

Vernon J. Knight

Excavation of the truncated mound at the Walling site

Middle Woodland culture and Copena in the Tennessee Valley

by Vernon J. Knight

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Published by University of Alabama, Alabama State Museum of Natural History, Division of Archaeology in [University] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Walling Site (Ala.),
  • Alabama.,
  • Alabama
    • Subjects:
    • Woodland culture -- Alabama.,
    • Indians of North America -- Funeral customs and rites -- Alabama.,
    • Indians of North America -- Alabama -- Antiquities.,
    • Walling Site (Ala.)

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 173-187).

      Other titlesCopena in the Tennessee Valley.
      Statementby Vernon James Knight, Jr. ; contributions by C. Margaret Scarry ... [et al.].
      SeriesReport of investigations ;, 56, Report of investigations (Alabama State Museum of Natural History. Division of Archaeology) ;, 56.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE78.A28 K64 1990
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxix, 187 p. :
      Number of Pages187
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1989768M
      LC Control Number90622519

      Gathering Moss. likes. A photo archive for a forthcoming book - Gathering Moss   And during the excavation, part of yet another small tomb appeared, and this was investigated in a second year’s dig. Further work saw larger stones coming to light, some way out from the base of the big mound. Underneath them was an occupation site with early Western Neolithic pottery – a great rarity then for Eastern ://

      PDF | On Jan 1, , Alice P. Wright and others published Persistent Place, Shifting Practice: The Premound Landscape at the Garden Creek Site, North Carolina | Find, read and cite all the   that while an excavation by the University of Georgia in had stripped back the face of the eroding mound at the Mulberry Site (38KE12) (Figs. 1 and 2), the river had eroded more since that time, and there was again a need for salvage archeology. Beyond the natural destruction, Mr. Lloyd reported that the site was being vandalized by relic ?article=&context=archanth_books.

        Excavation ofan earthwork at Cnoc a' Chaisteil,Alness, Easter Ross, *JS Rideout With R P J McCullagh,A Barlow, LBametson,A Gibson and PN Tavener Summary Thispromontoryfort on the CromartyFirth in north- east Scotlandmay have been builtas earlyas the 6th centurybebutsecondary use occurredin the 10th or 11th centuries ad. There were no    The Cromartie Memorial Car Park has been identified as the site of Dingwall’s Viking assembly site or ‘thing’. The car park was previously the site of an earth mound known by the late medieval period as the Moothill and adapted as a burial mausoleum for the Mackenzie family from at least the early 18th century. The archaeological


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Excavation of the truncated mound at the Walling site by Vernon J. Knight Download PDF EPUB FB2

This document describes the excavations and analysis of a truncated, rectangular mound at the Walling site. The site contains a small trucated mound located near the western margin of a village midden; both are presumed to be contemporary with the Copena burial mound to the east.

The truncated mound had some excavations conducted on it in as part of the Tennessee ?method=citation&forward=browseAuthorsFull. Excavation of the Truncated Mound at the Walling Site: Middle Woodland Culture and Copena in the Tennessee Valley.

Vernon J. Knight, Jr. Report of Investigations,1. Tuscaloosa, AL: Division of Archaeology, Alabama Museum of Natural History. (tDAR id: ) Excavation of the Truncated Mound at the Walling Site: Middle Woodland Culture and Copena in the Tennessee Valley. Vernon J. Knight, Jr. pp., 18 figs., 43 tables, 43 plates, Revised $ (Tax $).

Cultural Resources Investigations in the Nickajack Reservoir Area, Marion County, :// Excavation of the Truncated Mound at the Walling Site: Middle Woodland Culture and Copena in the Tennessee Valley This book assesses Woodland Period interactions using technofunctional Excavation of the Truncated Mound at the Walling Site: Middle Woodland Culture and Copena in the Tennessee Valley () DOCUMENT Citation Only Vernon J.

Knight, Jr. This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this :// The Fort Walton Mound is an archaeological site located in present-day Fort Walton Beach, Florida, United large platform mound was built about CE by the Pensacola culture, a local form of the Mississippian culture.

[3] Because of its significance, the mound was designated a National Historic Landmark in Still reduced by time, the massive mound is   The multi-period site at the Knowe of Swandro on the west coast of the island of Rousay, Orkney is being destroyed by the sea.

Excavation has revealed that the site is a multi-period settlement mound dating from the Iron Age through to the Pictish period and probably to the Viking period and the Westness Viking houses, which we have now Excavation yielded no obvious indications of the date of the site.

Site 2, Rathmichael Fulacht fiadh This site was uncovered upslope and some 50m south of Site 1, Rathmichael. It was initially identified as a spread of burnt stone (mostly granite) and charcoal across an area measuring 4m x 3m, which extended beyond the limits of the The excavation at Swandro on Rousay has attracted a great deal of a media attention over the last few days and we thought it may be a good time to add some background to the site and the ongoing archaeological work.

As part of an archaeological investigation (by the University of Bradford and the University   The Brick Church Mound site was a Middle Cumberland Mississippian town with a large platform mound and several smaller mounds located in what is now suburban north Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee.

The site was initially described by Frederic Ward Putnam in and remained relatively undisturbed for about a Excavation of the truncated mound at the Walling site: Middle Woodland culture and Copena in the Tennessee Valley.

Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama. Tuscaloosa: University of On the east is Navan Fort defined by a hengiform bank-and-ditch enclosure some m across and containing two field monuments: Site A, a ring-work c. 50 m across with a low rise in the centre, and Site B, a m high mound (FIGURE 1).

Alabama DeSoto Commission / Alabama State Museum of Natural History Archaeological Test Excavations at the Site of Old Cahawba, Dallas County, Alabama () Archeological Investigations at the Walter F. George Dam Mound Site, 9Cla62, Clay County, Georgia, Cemochechobee () Excavation of the Truncated Mound at the Walling Site   The site has a well-documented history.

A windmill is known to have stood here in the late 15th/early 16th century; it was destroyed by a storm. The mound was then used as the site of a chapel founded by Catherine of Aragon in The chapel was demolished at some point prior to and was replaced by a second Seward St Windmill Worth, John ().

“Vertebrate Faunal Analysis for the Walling Site (Ma5O), Excavations.” In Excavation of the Truncated Mound at the Walling Site: Middle Woodland Culture and Copena in the Tennessee Valley, ed. of Investigations, vol. Tuscaloosa: Alabama State Museum of Natural History, Division of Archaeology, –   The site occupied a slight west to east slope at an altitude of cm aOD, and was located immediately west of the B public road to the north of Ryeriggs, c.7km to the south of Portgordon and c.5km east of Fochabers (NGR: NJ ), within waterlogged ground in a gently undulating agricultural :// Knight directed or contributed to several studies of Woodland ceremonialism in Florida and Alabama during this time, (Figure 4) including his dissertation advisor Jerry Milanich’s work on McKeithen Weeden Island culture in north Florida and the OAR excavations of the Copena mound at the Walling site in the Tennessee Valley of northern Excavation of the Truncated Mound at the Walling Site: Middle Woodland Culture and Copena in the Tennessee Valley, University of Alabama, Alabama State Museum of Natural History, Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigati University of :// Four sites are discussed and analyzed in detail: Pinson Mounds, Bynum Mounds, McKeithen, and the truncated mound at Walling Tukabatchee: archaeological investigations at an historic Creek town, Elmore County, Alabama, by Vernon J Knight (Book)   Knight, Vernon J.

Excavation of the Truncated Mound at the Walling Site: Middle Woodland Culture and Copena in the Tennessee Valley. Report of Investigations Division of Archaeology, Alabama State Museum of Natural History, University of.

excavation at Scott's Lake this summer there had never been any extended investigation in the interior coastal plain area of the state, and it is in this region between the lower Santee and the fall line that very" intensive late prehistoric activity apparently took place.

The large truncated mound at the site is typical of pyramidal?article=&context=archanth_books.Excavation of the Truncated Mound at the Walling Site: Middle Woodland Culture and Copena in the Tennessee Valley.

Alabama State Museum of Natural History, Division of Archaeology, Report of Investigations University of Alabama. Kuttruff, Jenna T., Nukuleka Site Excavation Map. Nukuleka site excavations (darkened blocks) and mound perimeter (dark dashes).

The north/south trench through the mound was excavated in [1] while the remainder