Fig Island shell rings

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A group of shell rings – ring-shaped shell middens which are up to 6 meters high. The largest ring has a diameter of some 40 m. These mounds were made some 4400 – 3600 years ago. This might be the most complex system of shell rings in North America.

Location, GPS coordinates: 32.5718 N 80.2158 W
Categories: Cairns and mounds
Values: Archaeology
Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars (2.5 / 5)
Where is located? North America, United States, South Carolina, Charleston County, near Rockville, Fig Island

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