9781629221038-1629221031-Encountering Hopewell in the Twenty-first Century, Ohio and Beyond: Volume Two: Settlements, Foodways, and Interaction (Ohio History and Culture)

Encountering Hopewell in the Twenty-first Century, Ohio and Beyond: Volume Two: Settlements, Foodways, and Interaction (Ohio History and Culture)

ISBN-13: 9781629221038
ISBN-10: 1629221031
Publication date: 2020
Publisher: The University Of Akron Press
Format: Hardcover 299 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781629221038
ISBN-10: 1629221031
Publication date: 2020
Publisher: The University Of Akron Press
Format: Hardcover 299 pages

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The archaeology of the ancient American Indian Hopewell earthwork-builders of the Ohio Valley has intrigued scientists and the public alike for more than two hundred years. Since the dawn of the twenty-first century, professional inquiry into the Hopewell phenomenon has accelerated. Contemporary researchers are approaching old questions with new methods and interpretive perspectives, state-of-the-art survey technologies, and novel analytical techniques. As a result, our understanding of the Hopewell world has significantly deepened. This two-volume set presents some of the most current research on Hopewell archaeology within the Ohio Valley and beyond. Volume Two turns to the world of everyday settlements and domestic life at the Brown's Bottom locality in the Ohio Hopewell core area, as well as farther afield in northern Ohio and southern Michigan. New evidence is presented for long distance linkages between Hopewell centers in Ohio, Indiana, and Georgia. The relative importance of native cultigens in the economies of Ohio Hopewell communities is explored with new botanical and contextual data from recent research. The concluding chapter by Dr. Mark Seeman comments on the more seminal developments in Ohio Hopewell research since 2000 then turns an eye to the future.
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