Archeology - Platform Mounds & Hierchy-The Hohokam Classic Period (Elson)

Many have internal walls and guard houses that

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Unformatted text preview: rm mounds that stood taller than a person b. 1250- 1350:mound building spread throughout Hohokam c. Found in a small geographical area than ballcourts (Tucson Basin to Tonto Basin) d. Largest mounds stood along Salt River in Phoenix Basin e. Built inside an adobe- walled compound that usually contained additional ground- floor rooms f. Many have internal walls and guard houses that restrict access too mound itself i. Only certain members of population could enter the interior...
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