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Little Bighorn on the Scioto: The Rocky Mountain Connection to Ohio Hopewell

Little Bighorn on the Scioto: The Rocky Mountain Connection to Ohio Hopewell <jats:p>Identification of probable bighorn sheep representations at Mound City prompts reconsideration of the Rocky Mountain connection to Ohio Hopewell. Following James Griffin's “one-shot” hypothesis, it is argued that the bighorn finds, along with the imported bulk of obsidian from the Hopewell site, are likely to pertain to a single expedition taking place about A.D. 200.</jats:p> http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Antiquity CrossRef

Little Bighorn on the Scioto: The Rocky Mountain Connection to Ohio Hopewell

American Antiquity , Volume 69 (1): 85-107 – Jan 1, 2004

Little Bighorn on the Scioto: The Rocky Mountain Connection to Ohio Hopewell


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<jats:p>Identification of probable bighorn sheep representations at Mound City prompts reconsideration of the Rocky Mountain connection to Ohio Hopewell. Following James Griffin's “one-shot” hypothesis, it is argued that the bighorn finds, along with the imported bulk of obsidian from the Hopewell site, are likely to pertain to a single expedition taking place about A.D. 200.</jats:p>

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Abstract

<jats:p>Identification of probable bighorn sheep representations at Mound City prompts reconsideration of the Rocky Mountain connection to Ohio Hopewell. Following James Griffin's “one-shot” hypothesis, it is argued that the bighorn finds, along with the imported bulk of obsidian from the Hopewell site, are likely to pertain to a single expedition taking place about A.D. 200.</jats:p>

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Published: Jan 1, 2004

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