Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Rocky Bottom Creek Serpent Wall take 2

From Tommy Hudson


pwax said...

Seems more rectangular than "serpent-y".

How to Southern archaeologist classify those walls?

Tommy Hudson said...

The wall in the foreground is not connected to the walls in the background. There is a total of 11 walls, parallel to each other, that are constructed up the hill. A couple of dozen stone piles are in the area. The primary wall in the pic ends at a small springfed stream (1’ wide) and to the right in the pic. The opinion of archaeologists in Georgia has improved in the last 20 years, in favor of the walls. Theses sites are being investigated and they are being avoided, or incorporated into development plans, not destroyed.