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The Great Circle Hopewell Earthworks
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Welcome to the center of the Great Circle Earthworks in Newark Ohio. Constructed by the Hopewell culture between 100 BC and 500 AD, the circle encloses 30 acres, measuring nearly 1200 feet in diameter with walls 8 to 14 feet high.  At the center, the nadiar of this panorama, is a cluster of 4-small conjoined mounds forming  an eagle effigy. Please see---www.ohiohistory.org for more details.

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Uploaded: 21/02/2009
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Tags: great circle earthworks; moundbuilder state memorial; newark; panorama; ohio; hopewell; eagle effigy
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