Cahokia: Domination and Ideology in the Mississippian World

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Index
abandonment, 120, 241
A.D. 1050, 5, 19, 69, III, 131, 162, 178, t86, 189, 232, 234, 248, 255, 261, 262, 263, 267, 270, 271
AG Church, 75, 78
agency theory, 192
agricultural intensification, 59
agricultural surpluses, 267
agriculture, 269; defined, 53; role of, 53
Alabama, 28, 257
alienation, 240
amaranth, 61
American Bottom (region), 2, 5, 8, 18, 20, 27, 250, 271, 278; environment of, 64
Angel center, 256
Annis site, 256
Appalachians, 245, 252, 254, 265
archaeology of Cahokia (history), 2
Archaic period, 254
architecture, 171; circular and rectangular, 14; disappearance of, in Moorehead phase, 185; Interpretive Center Tract 11, 113; monumental, 2, 14, 162, 165; of power, 171, 186, 188; public, 244; reconstruction of, 20; Tract 15A and Dunham Tract, III; special purpose, 14, 174, 178, 240; used to estimate population, 104
Arkansas, 18, 230, 245, 254, 256, 268
Arkansas River, 199
artifacts: exotic, 172, 177–79, 181, 182, 238, 254, 274; of power, 171
Atlantic coast, 254, 265
authority, 169, 181, 269, 276; civic, 184
autonomy, rural, 176
axes of political system variation, 169
Ayres, B., 138
Aztalan, 18, 268
backswamp deposition, 93
Banks village, 256
Baytown, 63
BBB Motor site, 177, 178, 179, 184, 196, 198, 208, 221, 223, 225, 238; burial complex at, 177; exotica at, 198
Bennett, J., 104
Big Bang, 162, 263, 265
Binford, L., 72
Black Bottoms, 172
black drink, 177
Black Warrior Valley, 230, 235, 237, 242
Blitz, J., 173
borrow pits, 93, 96, 109
Boserup, E., 59
Brackenridge, H., 10–11, 103, 104, 147
Brown, J. A., 195, 216, 217
buildings: charnel, 185; circular, 150, 151, 155, 162, 179; density of, 113, 114; floor areas of, 113, 115; during Lohmann phase, 112, 113; longevity of, 106, 114, 115; L-shaped, 150, 162; at Monks Mound, 164; during Moorehead phase, III, 114; single-post, 112, 114; size of, 114, 138; size modes of, 107; size of, relating to status, 106; specialized, 162; during Stirling phase, 114; storage shed, 159; wall-trench, 5, 114, 155, 159, 179, 181, 218; wall-trench and single-post, 153
bundled continua of variation, 169, 186
bureaucracy, 274
Burlington chert, 274
Busk ceremonial node, 223
Butler, B., 172
Cahokia: boundaries of, 107; cardinal axes of, 197; central precinct of, 90, 97, 98, 101, 242; climax of, 161; compared to Moundville, 235; compared to Philadelphia, 104; decline of, 120, 140, 188; Emergent Mississippian occupation of, 115; high-density residential area in, 107, 109; as an idea, 268; lesser, 242; at Lohmannphase maximum, 121; as mercantile city, 3, 19, 27; scale of, 242, 274; sociopolitical structure of, 167; as southeastern polity, 229, 230, 232; temporal extent of, 252. See also community; population

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