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www.undergroundworldnews.com Visible remnants of Hopewell culture are concentrated in the Scioto River valley near the present-day city of Chillicothe, Ohio. The most striking Hopewell sites contain earthworks in the form of circles, squares, and other geometric shapes. Many of these sites were built to a monumental scale, with earthen walls up to 12 feet high outlining geometric figures more than 1,000 feet across. Conical and loaf-shaped earthen mounds up to 30 feet high are often found in association with the geometric earthworks. Hopewell Culture National Historical Park preserves six earthwork complexes: http://www.nps.gov/hocu/learn/historyculture/places.htm http://publications.newberry.org/indiansofthemidwest/people-places-time/eras/moundbuilders/video-transcript-ancient-clues/
When you’re not getting lost in the beauty of the outdoors in Hocking Hills Ohio, prohibition era spirits are distilling with spring water in the hills and can be sampled at two moonshine-tasting rooms in town. There are also plenty of other quirky and historic sites that are worth a stop. In this video we explore all of this and more that will give you some incredible ideas when planning your trip.
Subscribe to our channel at http://www.youtube.com/megalithomaniaUK. Hugh Newman investigates Mound City earthworks in Ross County, Ohio that were said to have been built by the Hopewell culture 200 BC - 500 AD, but the site could be much older. It was mostly destroyed by the military, but since then has been reconstructed to its original form. Hugh dowsed the site and discovered that the mounds were also constructed in layers, suggesting they may have had an energetic purpose. "Mound 8" contained multiple animal and bird effigy pipes discovered in 1846. Some are on display in the museum, but most are now in the British Museum in London. Several copper artifacts and Mica are also on display. CLICK HERE http://www.megalithomania.co.uk/tours.html to explore the world with Megalithomania. ...
Ross Hamilton has made some incredible discoveries about the Great Serpent Mount in Ohio. This ancient Native America earthwork has got a real mystery to reveal. How does the constellation Draco figure into the story, and who, truly, does the serpent represent? Listen as Whitley finds out the answer. Then Linda Howe explores a much more modern mystery: what are those, hard-packed soils scientists see in the recent Mars lander photos? The Great Serpent Mound is a 1,348-foot (411 m)-long, three-foot-high prehistoric effigy mound located on a plateau of the Serpent Mound crater along Ohio Brush Creek in Adams County, Ohio. Maintained within a park by the Ohio Historical Society, it has been designated a National Historic Landmark by the United States Department of Interior. The Serpent Mound...
The Hopewell Native American culture, which lasted from about 200 BC to 500 AD, included a number of related peoples across what is now the eastern United States and southern Canada. They were connected by trade, politics, artwork and mound-building traditions. Evidence of Hopewell mound-building can be found in many areas, with an especially high concentration found in southern Ohio. Hopewell Culture National Historical Park, near Chillicothe, Ohio, preserves one large ceremonial site. State parks and memorial sites preserve other surviving mounds and earthworks across the state. The Photos (in order) D06A0049 - Elliptical Mound at Mound City, Hopewell Culture National Historical Park D06A0052 - Mound City, Hopewell Culture National Historical Park D06A0057 - Artifacts discovered ...
Some of these artifacts I believe were found at the mound complex. Most of the mounds and sacred circles and horsehoe style type mounds are gone converted to housing and farming. The earthworks are primarly part of the Adena culture. Video also shows sections of the Hocking River and river plain near the earthworks. The large tube pipe shaped object shown is an Adena culture device for blowing herbs and tobacco for healing ceremonies,probably possessed by an Adena shaman. The large chunk of copper is also a significant marker for the Adena Culture as it would also be for the Hopewell Culture. It is believed that both the Adena and Hopewell Culture existed in this area at the same period of history
If you’re a fan of authentic Japanese products and cuisine, Northeast Ohio is not overflowing with options. Some Asian grocery stores carry the essentials, and there are various restaurants, but for some people that’s not enough. And they're willing to travel for the good stuff. ideastream's Tony Ganzer reports from Central Ohio and a hub of Japanese fare. Report from 2016. Listen to a radio report from NPR: http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2016/05/11/476198119/a-surprising-japanese-presence-in-central-ohio Listen to a report from WCPN: http://wcpn.ideastream.org/news/if-youre-looking-for-authentic-japanese-goods-and-culture-trycolumbus
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