Sapelo Shell Rings (2170 BC)

Resources & Further Reading:

  1. Morgan, William N. Pre-Columbian Architecture in Eastern North America. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida Press, 1999.
  2. Kinsey, Barbara. A Sapelo Island Handbook.
  3. Derickson, Ralph. “Research in a Ton of Shells.” University of Kentucky Campus News. 25 September 2003.
  4. Thompson, Victor D. “The Sapelo Shell Ring Complex: Shallow Geophysics on a Georgia Sea Island.” Southeastern Archaeology. Winter 2004.
  5. Thompson, Victor. Questioning Complexity: The Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of Sapelo Island, Georgia. Unpublished dissertation, University of Kentucky, 2006.
  6. Wikipedia.”Timucua.”
  7. Speck, Frank G. Ethnology of the Yuchi Indians. University Museum Philadelphia, 1909.
  8. Niroma, Timo. “The Third Millennium BC (3100-2100 BC).”
  9. Mandelkehr, M.M. The 2300 BC Event, Vol. II: Mythology- The Eyewitness Accounts: 1. Denver, CO: Outskirts Press, Inc.
  10. Rio Cuarto craters.”
  11. Thompson, Victor. “Articulating Activity Areas and Formation Processes at the Sapelo Island Shell Ring Complex.Southeastern Archaeology. Summer 2007.
  12. Kobres, Bob. “Comets and the Bronze Age Collapse.” Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop 1992. Society for Interdisciplinary Studies.


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