Etowah Statues

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Joshua J. Mark
by Heironymous Rowe
published on 04 May 2021
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Statues from the Etowah Native American prehistoric site in Georgia, USA. The statues are thought to represent the spirits of one's ancestors as ancestor worship seems to have been a part of religious ritual at the site which flourished c. 1000-c. 1550 CE.

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