Mississippian Mortuary Practices: Beyond Hierarchy and the Representationist Perspective

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2.1.Known or Likely Ridgetop Mounds in the Greater Cahokia Region21
3.1.Number of Individuals Placed on the Great Mortuary Floor51
4.1.Selected Artifacts in the Late Wilbanks Burials59
4.2.Artifact Richness in the Late Wilbanks Burials60
4.3.Demographic Summary of Late Wilbanks Burials60
5.1.Inventory of Age and Sex Data for the Moundville Roadway Burials80
7.1.Cluster Analysis Results of SunWatch Burials119
7.2.Characteristics of Site Planning and Architecture for a Selection of Mississippian Villages and Fort Ancient Villages in Southwest Ohio126
8.1.Burial Depths134
8.2.Burial Orientations135
8.3.Number of Pottery Vessels per Grave137
8.4.Selected Locations of Ceramic Vessels at Upper Nodena and Middle Nodena137
8.5.Frequency of Vessel Forms at Middle Nodena and Upper Nodena (data from the Alabama and Arkansas excavations)138
8.6.Middle Nodena Burials with Stone Discoidals139
8.7.Upper Nodena Burials with Stone Discoidals139
8.8.Middle Nodena Burials with Shell Earplugs140
8.9.Upper Nodena Burials with Shell Earplugs140
8.10.Middle Nodena Burials with Pipes141
8.11.Upper Nodena Burials with Pipes141
8.12.Burial Diversity Scores for Middle Nodena and Upper Nodena142
9.1.Koger’s Island Burials152
9.2.Comparison of Artifact Types Between Cemetery Sections at Koger’s Island169
10.1.Burials at Pecan Point with a Diversity Score of 3 and at Least One Nonceramic Funerary Object182
10.2.Burials at Pecan Point with a Diversity Score of 4183
10.3.Burials at Pecan Point with a Diversity Score of 5183
10.4.Burials at Pecan Point with a Diversity Score of 6184
10.5.Burial Diversity Scores for Pecan Point, Upper Nodena, and Middle Nodena184

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