Adena Mound

Adena Mound, the type site for the Adena culture of prehistoric mound builders, is a registered historic structure, on the grounds of the Adena Mansion for which it is named, near Chillicothe, Ohio, listed in the National Register on June 5, 1975.

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... the annual flooding of the major rivers, near their small conical mounds ... This period signals an ending of large conical mounds northerly in and along the state ... Their mounds were made partly with rocks, having more people buried within than earlier special person mounds ...

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