Monthly Archives: August 2012

A Sense of Scale

How large is the largest mound at Poverty Point?  According to the info that I have it is about 70 feet tall and more than 700 by 640 feet at its base.  And that’s after roughly 3500 years of erosion from rain … Continue reading

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The Lotus Connection

I was at a local TEDx event this weekend and it got me to thinking about connections … and links … and time.  I gave a brief talk about my ancient mound project and in it I mentioned our ancient … Continue reading

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PPO Road Trip

I have been entrusted with a PPO (Poverty Point Object) for a presentation I have this weekend.  It’s strange to have it at my house instead of seeing it in a museum or storage facility.  My fingers are a bit … Continue reading

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