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NA anthro Exam 3
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Anthro 260 timeline
Early Woodland 500 BC - 100 BC Small seasonal camps throughout the midwest. Had pottery. Regional trade.
Middle Woodland 100 BC - 300 AD Period of refined artwork. Settling along mississippi, into Georgia. Extensive, and massive mound construction.
Late woodland 300 AD - 1000 AD Continental trade routes. Larged planned villages, with large communal mounds. Bow and Arrow is developed. Huge population increase.
End of the Hopewell 600 AD
Hopewell emerge. Identified by small villages of rectangular buildings. LongDistance Trading. Made art of copper and mica. Transegalitarian: Household economy, beginnings of ownership Achieved status. Communal ceimonies
Rise of the Mississippian 700 AD - 1500 AD Began in the Mississippi river valleys. Cultivated Maize Lived and farmed flood plains. Mussel shell enhanced pottery. FLAT TOP MOUNDS Social Structure. Had elite class, cheiftans.
Cahokia 600-700 to 1250 AD Outside STL Monks Mound. Built Palisade. population of 10-30k
Early woodland period
Late woodland Period
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