: Outlines of two small circular houses with extended entranceways. The post molds (stains from rotted posts that had been set within post holes) of the later and slightly smaller building are marked with yellow stakes, while those of the earlier building are marked with red pin flags. The houses are about 6 meters (20 feet) across. These particular houses, which are probably not ordinary dwellings but those of priests in charge of the nearby temples), date to about A.D. 1300, within the Middle Caddo period.
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