Thousand years ago, the Mississippian settlement called Cahokia was renowned for bashes that went on for days. Cahokia was once located near the modern US city of St Louis, Missouri, which is now known as a Unesco site. Back in the days, the Cahokians feasted with an abandon that archaeologists have counted 2,000 deer carcasses from a single blowout event. Nowadays, the city is quieter than before as the Cahokians left the area due to a mix of environmental and human factors.
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