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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
6:28 PM
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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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Re: good news about KY mound.

      Hard to imagine, but there are some readers that can not ... cut and paste.  For them, CLICK HERE    Thanks for link .... so much good "stuff"
TRAYLOROO
Apr 28
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good news about KY mound.

The story rarely ends this way when it comes to an unplowed, undisturbed mound.
Ted Sojka
Apr 28
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Re: Ancient Art of Wisconsin

Does anyone know what the symbols at the top of this map are? I know one of them is Serpent Mound. Thanks for your help. Karla Akins On Thu, Apr 23, 2015 at
Karla Akins
Apr 24
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Ancient Art of Wisconsin

Since many members are in Wisconsin, these images of ancient art that may be from the Oneota period, need to be preserved by the new laser survey methods. The
Ted Sojka
Apr 23
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Re: Chauvet Cave

Cool On Thu, Apr 9, 2015 at 6:37 PM, Ted Sojka tedsojka@... [ancient_waterways_society]
Karla Akins
Apr 9
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Chauvet Cave

A treat for people interested in history and art. The Smithsonian's April issue features one of my favorite caves with some very ancient art around 30,000
Ted Sojka
Apr 9
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Re: New mysteries at an old mound site. [1 Attachment]

Fascinating. Thanks for the graphic. Helps me understand more! Karla On Sun, Apr 5, 2015 at 10:54 AM, Ted Sojka tedsojka@... [ancient_waterways_society]
Karla Akins
Apr 6
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