Middle Mississippian


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Middle Mississippian

[′mid·əl ‚mis·ə′sip·ē·ən]
(geology)
The geologic epoch between the Upper and Lower Mississippian.
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This study focuses on artifact analysis and cultural categorization of sites recorded in a logging clear-cut near the Middle Mississippian period (A.D.
Genevieve Formation (Middle Mississippian) exposed in Garrison Chapel karst area caverns Western Monroe County, Indiana.
Genevieve Formation (Middle Mississippian) in southeastern Missouri and southern Illinois.
This discussion leads perfectly to Lawrence Conrad's comprehensive chapter on the much more visible Middle Mississippian manifestation in the central Illinois valley.
During the Middle Mississippian period (1100AD-1250AD), the Savannah people began assembling conical burial mounds along the Georgia Coast.
In the last two millennia, it has seen the growth and decline of the Havanna Hopewell, Late Woodland, Middle Mississippian (Cahokian) and Oneota archaeological complexes.