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Serpent Mound : Stock Photo
The Great Serpent Mound in Adams County, Ohio, built by the Adena people between 800 BC and AD 400. This protected historical earthworks is nearly a quarter of a mile long and depicts a giant snake holding an egg in its jaws.

Serpent Mound

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The Great Serpent Mound in Adams County, Ohio, built by the Adena people between 800 BC and AD 400. This protected historical earthworks is nearly a quarter of a mile long and depicts a giant snake holding an egg in its jaws.
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JE7556-001
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Hulton Archive
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