I enjoyed the article. Pauketat has done a lot of work on Cahokia in st. Louis. He has also edited several archaeological books on Cahokia. Archaeology has the potential to give us the facts of where we come from undisguised by Media or historical analysis. The issues you raised on the Lexi line.com website 20 years or more ago have now become popular subjects on television. The other major source of research and funding on History comes from crazy TV shows that try and hype up the space aliens and other improbable theories. I have been shook up several times by ideas I heard first on lexiline. The Vinca Culture in particular opened me up to "prehistory". What we call civilization is just a thin veneer over 50000 years of becoming human.
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eddie: Andis, In your email of Aug 10, "Proto-European prehistoric peoples wished to 'fill' stones with life, for the ancients were puzzles that 'stones did not grow' as other things in nature did." That is a very interesting idea. How did you develop? Tks,
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