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  • 'Revealing Greater Cahokia' details research on ancient North American metropolis

    A new book offers an in-depth picture of what archaeologists found, and learned, from the vast collection of artifacts uncovered at Cahokia

    Archaeologists painstakingly dissected the wealth of artifacts left behind at Greater Cahokia and, in the process, resurrected something of the history, culture and religion of those who built and maintained the city. A new book offers an in-depth picture of what they found, and learned, from the vast collection of artifacts.

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  • Editor’s notes:

    To reach Thomas Emerson, email teee@illinois.edu

    To reach Timothy Pauketat, call 244-8818; email pauketat@illinois.edu.

    Copies of the book “Revealing Greater Cahokia, North America’s First Native City” may be ordered online or via email: isas@illinois.edu. For more information about ISAS research at Cahokia, see also “Re-Envisioning Greater Cahokia,” an online story map.