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Authority, Autonomy, and the Archaeology of a Mississippian Community$
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Erin S. Nelson

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9781683401124

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: September 2020

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9781683401124.001.0001

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Ceramics and Foodways at Parchman Place

Ceramics and Foodways at Parchman Place

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(p.58) 3 Ceramics and Foodways at Parchman Place
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Authority, Autonomy, and the Archaeology of a Mississippian Community
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Erin S. Nelson

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University Press of Florida
DOI:10.5744/florida/9781683401124.003.0003

This chapter explores Mississippian foodways at Parchman Place through a functional analysis of ceramics and a consideration of the foodways of the Native American people of the southeastern United States—the descendants of Mississippian communities. Correspondence Analysis (CA) of the results indicate the manufacture and use of two distinct pottery assemblages: (1) a baseline domestic assemblage used for everyday cooking, serving, and storage; and (2) a special-use serving assemblage used for community-wide eating events or feasts. These community feasting events played an important role in the founding and ceremonial maintenance of the Mississippian community at Parchman Place.

Keywords:   Mississippian foodways, Functional analysis of ceramics, Correspondence Analysis, Feasting, Mississippian community

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