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sophiemunns: “ “ 紀元前4世紀!面白い。 centuriespast: “ Small Female Figure of Painted Clay. Funerary gift. Prehistoric period, 4th Millennium B.C. None cometh from the dead that he may tell us how they...

sophiemunns: “ “ 紀元前4世紀!面白い。 centuriespast: “ Small Female Figure of Painted Clay. Funerary gift. Prehistoric period, 4th Millennium B.C. None cometh from the dead that he may tell us how they...

Fire Starter Stone   Size: ~4" wide  Material: Sandstone  Age: Probably Woodland (2,500 - 1,250 BP)  American Indian Tools: Grinder. This well-worn, hand-sized grinding stone was likely used to start fires by protecting the palm or as a base stone while twirling the starting stick.  Provenance: Belgrade, Montana - K.H. consignment  Date found: 1960s

Fire Starter Stone Size: ~4" wide Material: Sandstone Age: Probably Woodland (2,500 - 1,250 BP) American Indian Tools: Grinder. This well-worn, hand-sized grinding stone was likely used to start fires by protecting the palm or as a base stone while twirling the starting stick. Provenance: Belgrade, Montana - K.H. consignment Date found: 1960s

Ancient Native American Indian Artifacts, Relics & Arrowheads - Museum Page - This page contains a choice display of ancient Native American Indian artifacts, relics, arrowheads and stone age tools from all over the United States as well as many articles related to the Native American Indians' way of life.

Ancient Native American Indian Artifacts, Relics & Arrowheads - Museum Page - This page contains a choice display of ancient Native American Indian artifacts, relics, arrowheads and stone age tools from all over the United States as well as many articles related to the Native American Indians' way of life.

A human effigy clay pipe bowl from a Balsam Lake Huron site of ca. A.D. 1550. The figure's face is painted with red ochre,

A human effigy clay pipe bowl from a Balsam Lake Huron site of ca. A.D. 1550. The figure's face is painted with red ochre,

Goddess Date: ca. 3500–3000 B.C. Culture: Pakistan (Quetta area)

Goddess Date: ca. 3500–3000 B.C. Culture: Pakistan (Quetta area)

Mother and Nursing Child, 1000-1400 a.d.  Cahokia Mounds, Illinois, Mississippian Culture.

Mother and Nursing Child, 1000-1400 a.d. Cahokia Mounds, Illinois, Mississippian Culture.

Stone effigy pipe, ca. 1200-1400, depicting the partial decapitation and execution of a captive by a wood armor-clad warrior using a crescent-shaped knife.

Stone effigy pipe, ca. 1200-1400, depicting the partial decapitation and execution of a captive by a wood armor-clad warrior using a crescent-shaped knife.

Mississippian culture Missouri flint clay statue of a fertility goddess found at the East St. Louis archaeological dig at the old National Stock Yards in National City, Illinois in the summer of 2010, across the river from Cahokia. It portrays a kneeling woman holding a ceremonial marine shell cup of a type found in other excavations.

Mississippian culture Missouri flint clay statue of a fertility goddess found at the East St. Louis archaeological dig at the old National Stock Yards in National City, Illinois in the summer of 2010, across the river from Cahokia. It portrays a kneeling woman holding a ceremonial marine shell cup of a type found in other excavations.

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