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Re: Serpent Mound, Adams Co., Ohio

I have, for decades, considered these serpent icons to be extensions of the Snake-Eats-Egg symbology.  It isn't 'horned'... those are his open jaws taking in
Chris Patenaude
Jun 22
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Solstice Marker Petro-glyph

We have the solstice coming up Sunday the 21st, and this glyph shows how an ancient culture marked the day when Summer begins and Spring is over.
Ted Sojka
Jun 19
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3938

Re: Jarrod Burks saves a site

Wow. That's incredible and fascinating. Can't get enough of this. Makes me want to find out what's in my yard. Karla Akins KarlaAkins.com Karla Akins, author
Karla Akins
Jun 18
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Jarrod Burks saves a site

http://www.archaeologicalconservancy.org/steel-earthworks-ohio/?utm_content=buffer1b279&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer&fb_ref=De
Ted Sojka
Jun 17
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Fwd: [Effigy Mounds Preservation Initiative] An Early Morning stroll

... Begin forwarded message: Effigy Mounds Preservation Initiative Christopher Veit June 6 at 5:41pm An Early Morning stroll along the banks of Cedar Creek;
Ted Sojka
Jun 6
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Deb Twigg article, Ted Sojka article

Not sure if this was posted awhile back but ran across the following from the SRAC journal by former AWS member Deb Twigg that some here might find
Susan English
Jun 1
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Serpent Mound, Adams Co., Ohio

Good story by Brad Lepper in his newsletter. http://apps.ohiohistory.org/ohioarchaeology/2015-festival-of-the-setting-sun-at-serpent-mound/ Enjoy, Ted
Ted Sojka
May 27
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Re: ancient waterways travel / Aztalan

Interestingly coincidental... a friend of mine in Australia was just describing how the Aborigines along ocean coastal regions also built fishing weirs out of
Chris Patenaude
May 27
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mounds vs. modern culture

A 4,500-year-old American Indian burial groundùone of the richest and best preserved found in California in the past centuryùhas been paved over for a
Ted Sojka
May 25
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Re: ancient waterways travel / Aztalan [1 Attachment]

Hello Ted, could you resend the attachment of the fish weir trap? For some reason, I can not open that. thanks, Judi From:
Judi Rudebusch
May 23
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ancient waterways travel / Aztalan

There is a new group formed to protect the Mounds in Wisconsin run by Kurt Sampson who is the director at this ancient town cite on the banks of the Crawfish
Ted Sojka
May 23
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archeological vandalism article

Dear All, I hope this story gets forwarded to anyone you think might benefit from reading it.
Ted Sojka
May 5
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Re: [friendsofthemounds] good news about KY mound.

Does anyone have a close up photo of this particular petroglyph?Has anyone else visited this stone or know of a record or drawn interp for the glyph?-Chris
Chris Patenaude
Apr 30
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Re: [friendsofthemounds] good news about KY mound.

Thanks, put I had to look up the word plinth, not since art history had I heard the work back a half century ago! :-) The archeological Conservancy saved a
Ted Sojka
Apr 29
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Re: good news about KY mound.

Thanks for the assist in helping members get to the information. I am no computer wiz, and know there are people using other devices. Thanks for responding
Ted Sojka
Apr 29
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