3 edition of The Hopewell mound group of Ohio found in the catalog.
The Hopewell mound group of Ohio
Warren King Moorehead
Written in English
|Statement||by Warren K. Moorehead ... 48 plates and 68 text-figures ...|
|Series||Field museum of natural history. Publication 211. Anthropological series,, vol. vi, no. 5, Publication (Field Columbian Museum)., v. 6 no. 5., Publication (Field Columbian Museum) ;, 211.|
|LC Classifications||GN2 .F4 vol. vi, no. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., p. 75-185. fold. front.,:|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||23002204|
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Hopewell Mound Group of Ohio by Warren K. Moorehead Detailed description of Moorehead's excavations of the Hopewell Mound Group in Ohio. Media Mail Shipping $ Flat Rate Per Order - U.S. The Hopewell Mound Group of Ohio by Berthold Laufer, Warren King Moorehead starting at $ The Hopewell Mound Group of Ohio has 2 available editions to .
These human remains were excavated from mounds of the Hopewell Mound Group between and and subsequently have been curated by the Ohio Historical Society. Mills sampled a total of 49 individuals so her success rate at recovering DNA was 69%. Hopewell Culture, an archaeological designation, derives its name from the Hopewell site, one of many ancient earthwork complexes in the Scioto River drainage of south central Ohio. Hopewell Mound Group, part of the Hopewell Culture National Historical Park, is located along the North Fork of Paint Creek, several miles west of the concentration.
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The acre Hopewell Mound Group is the type site for the Hopewell culture. Early archeologists named the site for its owner, Mordecai C. Hopewell. The general shape of the Hopewell Mound Group is a parallelogram 1, feet long on the east and the west sides and 2, feet long on the north and south. The Hopewell Mound Group Of Ohio book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(3). Squier & Davis, c Mound City Group is the only fully restored Hopewell earthwork complex.
As such, it is a national treasure. Here, visitors who walk quietly through the enclosure and among the mounds can still experience a sense of what it may have been like to gather at a Hopewell ceremonial site two thousand years ago.
Hopewell Culture National Historical Park is a United States national historical park with earthworks and burial mounds from the Hopewell culture, indigenous peoples who flourished from about BC to AD The park is composed of six separate sites in Ross County, Ohio, including the former Mound City Group National park includes archaeological Location: Ross County, Ohio, United States.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Moorehead, Warren King, Hopewell mound group of Ohio. [New York]: [Kraus Reprint Co.], . The Ohio Hopewell also display mutations that are uniquely their own, such as haplotype Ahaplotype B and The unique mutations of the Ohio Hopwell of Hopewell Mound Group may have been lost through attrition or have yet to be discovered in other Native American populations.
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Mitochondrial DNA analysis of the Ohio Hopewell of the Hopewell Mound Group. PhD Dissertation by Lisa A. Mills, Department of Anthropology, Ohio State University, Pg The Scioto Hopewell and their neighbors: bioarchaeological documentation and Cultural Understanding (Interdisciplinary Contributions to Archaeology).
The Ohio Historical Center in Columbus has a good sampling of artifacts found at Mound City. Visiting the Mound City Group. Before visiting the Mound City Group, you should be aware that this park contains one of the largest concentrations.
The Hopewell mound group of Ohio / Related Titles. Series: Publication (Field Columbian Museum). Anthropological series ; v. 6, no. 5 Series: Publication (Field Museum of Natural History: ) ; By. Moorehead, Warren King, Author: Berthold Laufer, Warren King Moorehead.
This book is the first comprehensive overview of Hopewell archaeology published in 20 years, and draws on the new reserarch in that time. The book includes 9 contributions from scholars working at sites in the Hopewell "core" region of Ohio, as well as 19 from archaeologists based in Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, Tennessee and Georgia.5/5(1).
The Hopewell mound group of Ohio by Moorehead, Warren King, ; Laufer, Berthold, Publication date "Bibliography of Hopewell group": p. This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
Pages: The Hopewell Cultural National Historic Site is actually five separate sites, all located in Ross County, not far from sites, which include the Mound City Group and the Seip Mound, include a variety of conical and loaf-shaped burial mounds dating from the Hopewell Civilization ( to AD).
The Hopewell Mound Group is a large Hopewell culture ( BC-AD ) ceremonial center located along the North Fork of Paint Creek in Ross County. According to the archaeologist N'omi Greber, the Hopewell Mound Group "contains, in both quality and quantity, the most striking total set of Hopewellian cultural remains" of any site in Ohio.
HOPEWELL EFFIGY OF A HUMAN HAND “Effigy of a human hand cut from sheet mica, Ohio Hopewell culture, BC AD. Excavated from Hopewell Mound Group, Ross County, Ohio ca The Hopewell obtained mica from western North Carolina.
This object is 11” x 7” and is held in the Ohio History Connection Archaeology Collection. Hopewell Mound Group. This historic location is where the early mound builders were first studied and where their culture became known as the Hopewells. The site is located a few miles west of Chillicothe are the remains of a massive Hopewell earthwork.
The Field Museum houses one of the largest archaeological collections of Hopewell Culture artifacts in the world. This collection—primarily from Warren K. Moorehead’s – excavation at the Hopewell Mound Group near Chillicothe, Ohio—dates to the origins of the museum itself.
Moorehead’s excavations were undertaken for the World Columbian. The Hopewell mound group of Ohio / By. Moorehead, Warren King, Laufer, Berthold, Publication Details. Chicago, Year. Search Inside This Book: Results For: Click/Shift+Click pages to select for download.
zoom out Zoom zoom in. Cancel Generate Review No Pages Added. Close Dialog Generate My PDFCited by:. Mound City. is the best preserved “necropolis” of the Hopewell culture, a collection of two dozen mounds covering the remains of funerary buildings, and enclosed by a low wall in the shape of a square with rounded corners.
Hopewell Mound Group.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Hopewell Mound Group of Ohio Fieldiana Anthropology V.6 No. 5 by Berthold Lauf at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!Effigy of a hawk claw cut from sheet mica, Ohio Hopewell culture, BC AD.
Excavated from Hopewell Mound Group, Ross County, Ohio ca. The Hopewell obtained mica from western North Carolina. Archeologists are not certain how they used mica cut outs.
This object is held in the Ohio History Connection Archaeology Collection.