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Cahokiae situs mediis Civitatibus Foederatis

Cahokia[1] est urbanus antiqui populi situs (annos 650–1400) prope Collinsville Illinoesiae. In planitie inundationis Fundi Americani, Cahokia trans Mississippium Flumen ab Sancto Ludovico iacet.

Nomen plenum Anglicum Cahokia Mounds plenissimumque Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site, scilicet "locus civicus historicus tumulorum Cahokianorum" e nuncupatione tribus cuiusdam in hac regione habitantis derivatum est ab Europaeis saeculo XVII exeunte advenis.

Tumulus Monachorum est maxima Cahokiae structura terrena.

Situs, qui 890 hectaria seu circiter 9 chiliometra quadrata comprehendit, olim consistit in fere centum viginti tumulis terrenis ab hominibus factis, sed solum octoginta tumuli exstant.[2] Cahokia est maximus culturae Mississippianae situs archaeologicus, quae societates multiplices in America orientali saecula ante adventum Europaeorum evoluit.[3]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "Cahokia's ability to project military power collapsed . . . dissolving the Pax Cahokiana and opening up a power vacuum and, later, a vacant quarter in middle America."—Timothy R. Pauketat, Wall Street Journal, 28 Augusti 2009, p. W6.
  2. "Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site, Illinois", US World Heritage Sites, National Park Service.
  3. Sacredland.org "Mississippian Mounds", Sacred Land Film Project.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

"Woodhenge," circulus palorum iterum constructus anno 1985.
  • Bey, Lee. 2016. "Lost cities #8: mystery of Cahokia – why did North America's largest city vanish?" The Guardian (17 Augusti 2016.)
  • Chappell, Sally A. Kitt. 2002. Cahokia: Mirror of the Cosmos. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Emerson, Thomas. 1997. Cahokia and the Archaeology of Power. Tuscaloosae Alabamae: University of Alabama. ISBN 0-8173-0888-1.
  • Emerson, Iseminger, L. Michael Nance, Madeline Winslow, et Marilyn Gass. 2001. Cahokia Mounds State Historical Site Nature/Culture Hike Guidebook. Editio 4a. Collinsvillae Illinoesiae: Cahokia Mounds Museum Society.
  • Emerson, Thomas, et Barry Lewis. 1991. Cahokia and the Hinterlands: Middle Mississipian Cultures of the Midwest. Urbanae Illinoesiae: University of Illinois. ISBN 0-252-06878-5.
  • Fowler, Melvin L., Jerome Rose, Barbara Vander Leest, et Steven R. Ahler. 1999. The Mound 72 Area: Dedicated and Sacred Space in Early Cahokia.
  • Milner, George R. 2004. The Moundbuilders: Ancient Peoples of Eastern North America. London: Thames and Hudson, Ltd.
  • Mink, Claudia Gellman. 1992. Cahokia, City of the Sun: Prehistoric Urban Center in the American Bottom. Collinsvillae Illinoesaia: Cahokia Mounds Museum Society. ISBN 1-881563-00-6.
  • Pauketat, Timothy R. 1994. The Ascent of Chiefs: Cahokia and Mississippian Politics in Native North America. Tuscaloosae Alabamae: University of Alabama. ISBN 0-8173-0728-1.
  • Pauketat, Timothy R. 2009. Cahokia. Viking.
  • Pauketat, Timothy R., et Thomas E. Emerson, edd. 1997. Cahokia: domination and ideology in the Mississippian world. Lincolniae: University of Nebraska Press. ISBN 0-8032-3708-1
  • Price, Douglas T., et Gary M. Feinman. 2008. Images of the Past. Editio 5a. Novi Eboraci: McGraw-Hill. ISBN 978-0-07-340520-9.
  • Young, Biloine, et Melvin L. Fowler. 2000. Cahokia: The Great Native American Metropolis. Urbanae Illinoesiae: University of Illinois.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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