Enquirer: 'Lost Village' of Serpent Mound Indians Discovered
Anthropology professor and his students dig up part of what could be village of Indians who built the famous Madisonville serpent mound.
Date: 11/19/2012 12:00:00 AM
By: Tom Robinette
Phone: (513) 556-8577
University of Cincinnati assistant professor of anthropology
Kenneth Tankersley and his students were quoted in a Cincinnati Enquirer report about their recent discovery near the historic Madisonville archaeological site in Mariemont.
Tankersley and his team dug up part of what they think is the home village of the American Indians who built the famous Madisonville serpent mound.
“Holy smoke, we ran into the lost village,” Tankersley said, according to the Enquirer. “I’ve been trying to find this since 1972.”
To read the full story, go to Cincinnati.com
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