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Stirrup-spouted, mold-made jar embellished with a modeled frog at the base of each side of the stirrup-spout, and ten long-beaked birds (perhaps ducks) decorate the side of the "stirrup." A small monkey sits on its haunches at the base of the vertical spout.Chimu

Stirrup-spouted, mold-made jar embellished with a modeled frog at the base of each side of the stirrup-spout, and ten long-beaked birds (perhaps ducks) decorate the side of the "stirrup." A small monkey sits on its haunches at the base of the vertical spout.Chimu

"Bostrom Pipe", Mississippian culture, Missouri flint clay pipe, 5.25" long by 4.125" wide by 4.125" tall, discovered in Madison County, Illinois in 1955 on a blufftop ritual/mortuary site overlooking Cahokia Creek located several miles upstream from Cahokia Mounds. A large figure cradling a smaller figure in its arms. It may represent an adoption ritual. The larger figure represents a Cahokia personage and the small figure a Tennessee-Cumberland depiction as suggested by the rolled hair…

"Bostrom Pipe", Mississippian culture, Missouri flint clay pipe, 5.25" long by 4.125" wide by 4.125" tall, discovered in Madison County, Illinois in 1955 on a blufftop ritual/mortuary site overlooking Cahokia Creek located several miles upstream from Cahokia Mounds. A large figure cradling a smaller figure in its arms. It may represent an adoption ritual. The larger figure represents a Cahokia personage and the small figure a Tennessee-Cumberland depiction as suggested by the rolled hair…

Grenouille. Chlorite. L'époque de Nagada, vers 4000 - 3100 avant J.-C. (Salle 20)

Grenouille. Chlorite. L'époque de Nagada, vers 4000 - 3100 avant J.-C. (Salle 20)

Jasper amulet in the form of a frog  Period:     Late Dynastic–Hellenistic Date:     664–30 B.C. Culture:     Egyptian.  The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Jasper amulet in the form of a frog Period: Late Dynastic–Hellenistic Date: 664–30 B.C. Culture: Egyptian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Apulian Frog Guttus, pottery with black slip and added white. South Italy, Apuila, 4th century BC - The Cleveland Museum of Art

Apulian Frog Guttus, pottery with black slip and added white. South Italy, Apuila, 4th century BC - The Cleveland Museum of Art

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