Mississippian Mortuary Practices: Beyond Hierarchy and the Representationist Perspective

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1.1.Locations of Archaeological Sites Discussed in this Volume2
2.1.Plan Map of Cahokia and Mound 6620
2.2.Feature 205 in Cahokia’s Mound 7223
3.1.Fatherland Site Mound C Shrine Summit35
3.2.Section Through the North End of the Great Mortuary37
3.3.Great Mortuary Plan with Rows41
3.4.Drawing of the Outer Surface of Craig B Cup 22947
3.5.Spiro Mound Group as a Solsticial Organization49
3.6.Detail of Burials at Cahokia Mound 72 Submound 150
4.1.Plan Map of the Etowah Site55
4.2.Burials Excavated by Larson at Mound C56
4.3.Mound C Construction Stages58
4.4.Late Wilbanks Burial Groupings61
4.5.Creek Square Ground Structure62
4.6.Northern Georgia Mississippian House Floor Plan63
4.7.Centering Motifs in Engraved Shell and Complicated Stamped Pottery64
4.8.The Lobe Burials at Mound C67
4.9.Profile Showing the Relationship of the Lobe Burials68
5.1.The Moundville Site Featuring the 1939 and 1940 Roadway Excavations76
5.2.Selected Mississippian Cemeteries from the Moundville Roadway Excavations78
5.3.Phase-Based Chronology for the Black Warrior Valley Featuring Diachronic Changes in the Frequency of Burials for the Moundville Roadway Excavations and the Entire Moundville Site79
5.4.Sheratt Diagram for the Roadway Excavations at the Moundville Site82
5.5.Number of Artifacts per Individual Burial for the Roadway Excavations at the Moundville Site84
5.6.Burial RW 2884, Man over 50 years Old Located in the Center of a Cemetery in Moundville Roadway Block 48+6585
5.7.Moundville II–III Cemetery Superimposing Moundville I Residential Group (Roadway blocks 48+00 to 49+00)86

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