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I'm talking about Cahokia. They dug up bodies. Human sacrifice. Not unusual or surprising.

We get it, you hate Whitey. Go cry in your safe space.
Hmmm... There was certainly human sacrifice at Cahokia, it is thought that it was retainer sacrifice for burial of nobility similar to what was practiced by Egyptian and the Norse nobility. This was a common practice in many cultures and isn't really a sign of particular barbarism OR civilization.

I have no idea what safe spaces have to do with it.

 
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