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Brown The Bottle Creek site (1Ba2) is located in the Mobile-Tensaw Delta, Baldwin County, Alabama. This multi-mound Pensacola culture site was erected on the northern end of Mound Island, sandwiched between Middle River and Bottle Creek. David L. ” Although I was the principal investigator for the project, this has been a team effort through and through. All of the people included as authors in this book have been deeply involved in the Bottle Creek Project right from the very beginning. This volume is a culmination of their work.
This volume is a culmination of their work. Based on the number of mounds and their size and extent, Bottle Creek is the largest Mississippian site in the region. 2). 3). The linear distance between Mound O on the east and Mound R on the west is approximately one kilometer. The main mound complex consists of a central plaza outlined by mounds A, B, L, M, and N. A is the principal mound, and is quite an impressive edi¤ce. It is a ®at-topped, pyramidal mound, approximately 14 m tall. Mound B is a long, linear mound of rather un1.
6). 2 One reason for the unusual setting may be political and/or economic; its location in the heart of a major delta near the juncture of two major river valleys places Bottle Creek in the geographical center of the northern Gulf Coast. It has been known for years that the Gulf Coast was a major thoroughfare in prehistoric times. Scholars have recognized cultural similarities along the northern Gulf Coast for quite some time (Caldwell 1958:52–59; Davis 1984a:ix; Ford 1951:66–67; Goggin 1949:34–39; Holmes 1903:104– 107; Sears 1954; 1977; Willey 1949:553–570).
Wave-Mechanics by Sommerfeld A.