Angel Mounds

Mound A (above) is the central mound at Angel Mounds. The town had 12 other mounds, on top of which stood the homes of spiritual leaders and important people, as well as places of religious worship. The majority of the Middle Mississippian cities, including Cahokia (the largest Mississippian city, near present-day St. Louis) and Angel Mounds, were abandoned around 1450, prior to Columbus’s landing in the Caribbean in 1492. | Photo by Laura Martinez

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