Probably somewhat before 3000 b.c., a circle of rocks and a central stone cairn were built at Majorville, near the community of Cluny in southern Alberta. There are several outlying cairns and a series of spoke lines. The site has been badly damaged, but the main features can still be discerned (see Figure 6.40a). Portions of 26 spokes can be seen, although on the basis of later structural parallels and structural analysis of this site, it is likely there were originally 28

Table 6.8. Archaeological phases at Majorville.




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