Cahokia: Domination and Ideology in the Mississippian World

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FIGURES
1.1Selected Sites in Southeastern North Americaxii
1.2Mississippian Centers in the Northern American Bottom6
1.3American Bottom Region Chronology7
1.4Mound Clusters of the Central Political-Administrative Complex9
1.5Central Cahokia's Mounds and Plazas13
1.6Post-Circle Monuments and Associated Buildings15
1.7Selected Outlying Political-Administrative Centers in the American Bottom Region16
1.8Oblique View of a Mississippian Homestead at the Robert Schneider Site17
1.9Cultural Complexes in the Midcontinent at A.D. 115023
1.10Cultural Complexes in the Midcontinent at A.D. 150025
2.1Cahokian Community Transformation, Viewed from Tract 15A33
2.2Oblique View of Circular Building, Tract 15A, Cahokia34
2.3Mortuary Remains of the American Bottom36
2.4Lohmann-Phase Building Sizes from Tract 15A, Cahokia37
2.5Superposed Lohmann-Phase Buildings, Plan View41
2.6Profile of the Horseshoe Lake Site Mound44
2.7Large Post Emplacement Procedure45
3.1Cob-Kernel Part Ratios for American Bottom Sites58
3.2Frequency of Starchy Seeds at American Bottom Sites62
3.3Number of Seeds per Gram of Charcoal at American Bottom Sites65
3.4Seed-Nut Fragment Ratios for American Bottom Sites67
4.1Deer Food Utility Indices71
4.2Change in % NISP of Major Faunal Classes76
4.3% Nisp of Vertebrates from Different Habitats77
4.4Comparison of Emergent Mississippian FUIS78
4.5Birds Recovered from Cahokia81
4.6Food Utility Indices for Deer83
4.7Stirling-Phase Deer FUI83
5.1Schematic Map of the Central Precinct at Cahokia and Landscape Modification Features within the Grand Plaza91
5.2Select Mound Locations and Geophysical Study Areas at the Cahokia Site92

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