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Finch & Co - An Interesting Bering Sea Eskimo Inuit Walrus Ivory Sinker , resembling a small bait fish

Finch & Co - An Interesting Bering Sea Eskimo Inuit Walrus Ivory Sinker , resembling a small bait fish

Harpons - La Madeleine :Tout au long du Magdalénien, la confection des outillages lithiques est orientée vers 2 objectifs: production de lames pour l'équipement domestique et de lamelles pour les armatures de chasse. Les industries dites "domestiques" sont pour l'essentiel réalisées sur des lames (grattoirs, burins, perçoirs, couteaux) et souvent complétées par un outillage sur éclat.

Harpons - La Madeleine :Tout au long du Magdalénien, la confection des outillages lithiques est orientée vers 2 objectifs: production de lames pour l'équipement domestique et de lamelles pour les armatures de chasse. Les industries dites "domestiques" sont pour l'essentiel réalisées sur des lames (grattoirs, burins, perçoirs, couteaux) et souvent complétées par un outillage sur éclat.

Inupiaq (Alaskan Inupiat Eskimo) Object name:Earrings Date created:1880-1920 Place:Flaxman Island; Arctic Slope Native Corporation; Alaska; USA Media/Materials:Dentalium shell/shells, glass bead/beads, ivory, wool yarn, hide, sinew

Inupiaq (Alaskan Inupiat Eskimo) Object name:Earrings Date created:1880-1920 Place:Flaxman Island; Arctic Slope Native Corporation; Alaska; USA Media/Materials:Dentalium shell/shells, glass bead/beads, ivory, wool yarn, hide, sinew

Bone pins From Jarlshof, Shetland - These bone pins were found at Jarlshof in Shetland. They were used as dress pins or hairpins, sometime between 850 and 1100. The heads of the pins were carved into elaborate three-dimensional animal heads. Bone pins are common finds from Viking settlements, reflecting their common use as dress pins to fasten clothing together or as hairpins. Animal-headed pins have been found widely in Scandinavia, and to a lesser extent in the British Isles

Bone pins From Jarlshof, Shetland - These bone pins were found at Jarlshof in Shetland. They were used as dress pins or hairpins, sometime between 850 and 1100. The heads of the pins were carved into elaborate three-dimensional animal heads. Bone pins are common finds from Viking settlements, reflecting their common use as dress pins to fasten clothing together or as hairpins. Animal-headed pins have been found widely in Scandinavia, and to a lesser extent in the British Isles

Neolithic carved bone imple-ments used for sewing & weaving that were excavated at Çatalhüyük (Cnt Anatolia) which was a large Neolithic & Chalcolithic settlement. Mus of Anatolian Civilizations in Ankara

Neolithic carved bone imple-ments used for sewing & weaving that were excavated at Çatalhüyük (Cnt Anatolia) which was a large Neolithic & Chalcolithic settlement. Mus of Anatolian Civilizations in Ankara

Ancient Carved Ivory Inuit Eskimo Artifacts

Ancient Carved Ivory Inuit Eskimo Artifacts

History of the Indian Tribes of the United States: Their Present Condition and Prospects, and a Sketch of Their Ancient Status. Volume 6. . Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo and Co, 1857.   TRIBAL changes in the mode of disposing of the dead, from interment to exposure on scaffolding, have been mentioned; and, it is believed, result from the military element in the Indian character, which seeks to preserve, by sepultural display, the memory of the brave exploits of the departed. But this is…

History of the Indian Tribes of the United States: Their Present Condition and Prospects, and a Sketch of Their Ancient Status. Volume 6. . Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo and Co, 1857. TRIBAL changes in the mode of disposing of the dead, from interment to exposure on scaffolding, have been mentioned; and, it is believed, result from the military element in the Indian character, which seeks to preserve, by sepultural display, the memory of the brave exploits of the departed. But this is…