Bottle Creek Indian Mounds
For example, researchers have found that the ruling classes lived on top of Mound ..... and that although they ate the same kinds of foods as the lower classes, the quality of their food was better. They had finer cuts of meat (as shown by the kinds of bones recovered) and ample amounts of corn, and they even ate larger shellfish.
Why did this remote location in the center of a swamp attract its ancient inhabitants?
Archeologists are still trying to figure it out.
It kept them safe from other tribes.
They liked to hunt alligators.
There was plenty of food to gather.
It is possible that, given the number of ..... ..... found at the outer edges of the settlement, it eventually became a mortuary center in the manner of Moundville.
The inhabitants of Bottle Creek were remarkably sophisticated when it came to
building dwelling sites
How many mounds does the Bottle Creek settlement have?
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