Moundville is an archaeological site and park in Hale County, Alabama, USA on the Black Warrior River enclosing a Native American site dated to c. 1100 - c. 1450 CE. The earthen mounds which give the site its modern name were built by an unknown tribe associated with the Mississippian Culture. The ancient name of the city is unknown.

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  • c. 1100 - c. 1450
    The city known in the present-day as Moundville flourishes in southeastern North America.