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An artists conception of the Troyville Earthworks (16 CT 7), the type site for the Troyville culture in Catahoula Parish, Louisiana in the town of Jonesville and was inhabited from 100 BCE to 700 CE. It once had the tallest mound in Louisiana (and second tallest in the US) at 82 feet in height. All rights held by the artist, Herb Roe © 2017. #herbroe #troyville #troyvilleculture #ancientamerica #americanarchaeology #illustration English:
23 December 2017
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