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This is a fascinating artifact; a black steatite skull-shaped ceremonial pipe, made by the prehistoric Indian tribes who constructed the Etowah Mounds in Georgia. It is in very good condition, especially considering the fact that it was made over a thousand years ago. The skull form was carved from the rock and decorated with crude lines, swirls, and dots scratched into the surface. There is a large hole in the top of the skull to place smoking material and another at the back of the skull…

Etowah Indian Mound Black Steatite Skull Form Ceremonial Pipe

This is a fascinating artifact; a black steatite skull-shaped ceremonial pipe, made by the prehistoric Indian tribes who constructed the Etowah Mounds in Georgia. It is in very good condition, especially considering the fact that it was made over a thousand years ago. The skull form was carved from the rock and decorated with crude lines, swirls, and dots scratched into the surface. There is a large hole in the top of the skull to place smoking material and another at the back of the skull…

Native American Massive Southern California Stone Bowl

Native American Massive Southern California Stone Bowl

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Beaver Platform Pipe

Mississippian culture (USA)--pipe in the form of a beaver, with a mica body, freshwater pearl eyes, and copper teeth

A Superb Mesopotamian Granite Platter, ca. 3000 - 2000 BC

A Superb Mesopotamian Granite Platter, ca. 3000 - 2000 BC

This simple and elegant bowl of shallow hemispherical form was carved from a single block of granite and features a small foot. Such stone, which was largely used at the same time in Egypt for the man

The oldest portrait of a woman ever found, dating from 26,000 years ago, carved in mammoth ivory and proving that even our early ancestors could capture the expressive nature of the human face in a style that was uniquely meaningful to them.

jtotheizzoe: The oldest portrait of a woman ever found, dated yrs ago, carved in mammoth ivory & proving that even our early ancestors could capture the expressive nature of the human face in a style that was uniquely meaningful to them

Very Old Rare Stone Indian Artifact Human Skull Effigy Native American

Very Old & Rare Stone Indian Artifact Human Skull Effigy, Native American Piece in Collectibles, Cultures & Ethnicities, Native American US

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