The Ohio Hopewell Episode: Paradigm Lost and Paradigm Gained

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There is a general consensus among the North American archaeologists specializing in the Middle Woodland period (ca 100B.C. to ca A.D. 400) that the Ohio Hopewell was a rather straight forward complex of small-scaled peer polity communities based on simple gardening and extensive foraging practices and occupying dispersed habitation locales loosely clustered around major earthworks. This book challenges this general consensus by presenting a radically alternative view. It argues that the Ohio Hopewell episode can be better ...

The Ohio Hopewell Episode: Paradigm Lost and Paradigm Gained 2004, University of Akron Press

ISBN-13: 9781931968003

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