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Toltec Mounds and Plum Bayou Culture: Mound D Excavations Martha Ann Rolingson

Toltec Mounds and Plum Bayou Culture: Mound D Excavations

Martha Ann Rolingson

Published January 1st 1998
ISBN : 9781563490859
Paperback
142 pages
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Excavations of Mound D serve as a springboard for updating over 20 years of research at the Toltec Mound site, the largest known site of the Plum Bayou culture, which extended up the Arkansas River and White River floodplains and interacted withMoreExcavations of Mound D serve as a springboard for updating over 20 years of research at the Toltec Mound site, the largest known site of the Plum Bayou culture, which extended up the Arkansas River and White River floodplains and interacted with Fourche Maline-early Caddo cultures to the southwest. Mound D, the fourth largest of 18 mounds, began as a large, low platform that was enlarged at least once and was used during the Steele Bend phase. All the evidence so far indicates a simple chiefdom and a small resident population with power to mobilize the surrounding people to build large earthworks.