La Gravette, the type site for the Gravettian
The Gravettian toolmaking culture is named after the type site of La Gravette in the Dordogne region of France where its characteristic tools were first found and studied. It dates from between 28,000 and 22,000 years ago. Artistic achievements of the Gravettian cultural stage include the hundreds of Venus figurines, which are widely distributed in Europe.
Men's Earring, Neolithic Arrowhead Stud, Rustic Single Stud, Arrowhead Earring, Primitive Tribal Stud, Ancient Prehistoric Native Artifact
Men's or women's rustic primitive Neolithic arrowhead stud earring. An amulet or talisman of strength, courage, protection, alertness, and singular focus. A connection with ancient times. This tiny, genuine artifact from Morocco is approximately 4,000 years old. From the Neolithic period, beginning about 10,200 BC, and ending between 4500 and 2000 BC. Beautifully crafted, an ancient masterpiece of engineering and craftsmanship, and a wonderful specimen. You can wear this tiny artifact and…
Missouri amateur archaeologist identifies possible Paleolithic art and tool presence at Buchanan County
'Flaked bird figure' Clayton Elliott finds, St. Joseph, Missouri, Buchanan County Amateur archaeologist Clayton Elliott identified these zoomorphic stones, including a possible mammoth form at rear, center. Clayton suspects a Paleolithic presence at his locale A prepared core technology 'Levallois-like' point Buchanan County, Missouri, points A pestle and pot set This remarkable rock has an inclusion which resembles a broken spear point. The large number of fossil stones observed by Clayton…
Found Indian Artifact... I think..
I found this in a creek in Seguin Tx (central TX) and I think it's an old grinding stone. Help?
Old Indian Tool_MG_1079
Crushing corn the Indian way. Aztec ruins in Aztec, New Mexico. The Aztec Ruins National Monument preserves ancestral Pueblo structures in north-western New Mexico, United States, located close to the town of Aztec and northeast of Farmington, near the Animas River. Salmon Ruins and Heritage Park, with more ancestral Pueblo structures, lies a short distance to the south, just west of Bloomfield near the San Juan River. The buildings date back to the 11th to 13th centuries, and the misnomer…
Caddoan blade - Infinity of Nations: Art and History in the Collections of the National Museum of the American Indian - George Gustav Heye Center, New York
Infinity of Nations: Art and History in the Collections of the National Museum of the American Indian is a spectacular, permanent exhibition of some 700 works of Native art from throughout North, Central, and South America. This exhibition will demonstrate the breadth of the National Museum of the American Indian's renowned collection and highlight the historic importance of many of these iconic objects.