Mound D: The Most Elaborate Mound
Excavated in 1949, Mound D is the second largest mound in the Kolomoki complex. Temple mound is the largest. Twenty feet high and one hundred feet in diameter, the mound was constructed in phases.
The excavations on this mound uncovered the most elaborate succession of burials of all the mounds here. Archaeologists believe that this mound was particularly special to the occupants of this site. As such, it is important to our heritage here and we respect it as they did.
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From Kolomoki Mounds State Park