Palisade: Perbedaan antara revisi

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== Precolumbian North America ==
[[Image:Angel palisade wall and bastions HRoe 2008.jpg|thumb|left|200px|A section of reconstructed palisade at the [[Angel Mounds]] Site, a [[Mississippian culture|Mississippian site]] in [[Evansville, Indiana]].]]
[[Image:Chromesun kincaid site 01.jpg‎|thumb| The [[Kincaid Mounds State Historic Site|Kincaid Site]], a [[Mississippian culture]] palisaded settlement in Southern Illinois, USA. Illustration by Herb Roe.]]
== Amerika Utara sebelum Kolumbus ==
[[Image:Angel palisade wall and bastions HRoe 2008.jpg|thumb|left|200px|APotongan sectionrekonstruksi ofembarau reconstructeddi palisade at theSitus [[Angel Mounds]] Site, a [[MississippianBudaya cultureMississippi|Mississippiansitus siteMississippi]] indi [[Evansville, Indiana]].]]
[[Image:Chromesun kincaid site 01.jpg‎|thumb| The [[KincaidSitus MoundsSejarah StateNasional HistoricKincaid SiteMounds|KincaidSitus SiteKincaid]], a [[Mississippianbudaya cultureMississippi]] palisadedpemukiman settlementdengan inembarau di Southern Illinois, USA[[Amerika Serikat]]. IllustrationIlustrasi byoleh Herb Roe.]]
Many settlements of the [[Native Americans in the United States|native]] [[Mississippian culture]] of the [[Southeastern United States]] also made use of palisades. The most prominent example is the [[Cahokia Mounds]] site in [[Collinsville, Illinois]]. A wooden stockade with a series of watchtowers or [[bastion]]s at regular intervals formed a {{convert|2|mi|km}} long enclosure around [[Monk's Mound]] and the Grand Plaza. [[Archaeologists]] found evidence of the stockade during excavation of the area and indications that it was rebuilt several times, in slightly different locations. The stockade seems to have separated Cahokia's main ceremonial precinct from other parts of the city, as well as being a defensive structure.<ref>{{cite web |url = | title = Archaeological Sites - Cahokia| accessdate = 2008-09-16 }}</ref>