Mississippian Mortuary Practices: Beyond Hierarchy and the Representationist Perspective

By Lynne P. Sullivan; Robert C. Mainfort Jr. | Go to book overview

Index
Agency theory, 9, 16
Altars. See palettes, stone
Ancestors, 9, 11, 17, 26, 33, 86, 128, 148, 150, 212
Archaeological phases: Angel, 123, 126; Dallas, 7, 10, 54, 97, 108, 234, 238–41, 243–44, 248–49, 252, 254–57, 260, 263, 265–67, 269; Evans, 36, 53; Fort Ancient, 10, 113–17, 123–27; Fort Coffee, 34, 38–39, 53; Harlan, 36, 53; Lamar, 248, 252; Leak, 199, 208, 216–19, 224–29; Lohmann, 21; Middle Cumberland, 123–24, 126, 297; Moorehead, 21, 22; Moundville I, 77, 84, 85; Moundville II, 77, 84, 85; Moundville III, 77, 85; Moundville IV, 77; Mouse Creek, 126, 234, 238–39, 243, 248; Nodena, 10, 128–31, 133, 135, 137, 139, 141, 143, 176, 178, 185, 189–90, 193; Pisgah, 10, 248, 252, 254–57, 263–67, 269; Plum Bayou, 36; Qualla, 249; Spiro 2, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38–39, 43, 46–49, 51–52, 54, 116, 179; Stirling, 21–22; Town Creek, 2, 8, 195–206, 208, 212–33; Wilbanks, 55, 57–61, 65–66, 69–70, 72–73, 248
Archaeological sites: 1GR2, 81; 5th Unnamed Cave, 284–85; 6th Unnamed Cave, 284–87; 7th Unnamed Cave, 288; 12th Unnamed Cave, 285, 288–90, 290; 15th Unnamed Cave, 286; 34th Unnamed Cave, 285, 287; 38th Unnamed Cave, 285, 287–89, 289; 40Hw44, 264; Annis, 126, 311; Arnold, 126, 265; ASG, 263, 264; Averbuch, 126; Aztalan, 2, 5, 12, 18, 24, 27, 90–97, 92, 99–101, 103–4, 106–12; Banks, 90, 130, 133; Bert Smith, 264; Big Bone Cave, 270–72, 274; Big Mound, 19, 22; Braden Schoolhouse, 39; Bradley, 133; Bridges, 126; Cahokia, 2, 9–10, 12, 14–15, 18–21, 20, 23–30, 32–33, 36, 38, 48, 50–52, 96, 117, 249; Campbell, 182, 185–86, 193; Cemetery Mound, 19, 22; Cobb Island, 252, 254, 265; Coleman Cave, 279; Dickson Mounds, 18, 24, 27; Dunbar Cave, 281; Dust Cave, 280; Etowah, 2, 45, 54–57, 55, 64, 66, 69–70, 72–73, 116, 248; Fains Island, 2, 237–48, 241, 254, 265; Fatherland, 33, 35; Galley Pond, 33; Ganier, 126; Glover’s Cave, 276, 278; Goforth Saindon, 48; Harding (“Rattlesnake”) Mound, 20, 21; Hazel, 133; Hixon, 260; Holliston Mills, 2, 250–69, 251; Indian Cave, 283; John Chapman, 18, 24, 27; Jonathan Creek, 99; Junkyard Mound, 19, 21–22, 25, 27; Kellogg, 81; King, 117, 124, 125, 126; Koger’s Island, 2, 6, 145–46, 147, 149–53, 159–61, 163–69, 171–73; Lake Hole Cave, 281; Ledford Island, 2, 126, 237–40, 240, 242–48; Loy, 254, 265; Macon Plateau, 18; Madisonville, 126; McCullough Bend, 254, 265; McMahan, 269; Middle Nodena, 10, 129–44, 184–85, 191–92; Mitchell Mound, 19, 22–23; Moore, 39; Morton Mound, 33; Moundville, 2, 7, 10, 12, 48, 54, 74–89, 76, 108, 116, 133, 148–50, 152, 155, 157, 172, 178–80, 189, 193, 232; Mouse Creek, 244, 246; Nelson, 265; Nodena, 2; Pecan Point, 2, 7, 133, 137–38, 174–76, 177, 178–93; Picture Cave, 288; Plum Grove, 265–66; Powell Mound, 19; Rotherwood, 264; Russell Cave, 280; Rymer, 244; Saltpeter Cave,

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