A Tlingit Bird Effigy Bowl -- Carved in bold relief in the depiction of a raptor, its beak and wings projecting strongly, the tail feathers jutting from a second totemic face, remaining outer surfaces filled with traditional formline decorations, vegetal fiber sewing strands used to close two corners and to affix the top to a rectangular base, heavy oily patina of use.
Inuit polar bear
Ivory spirit figure, Eskimo
Nunalleq Village site excavation, ancient Inuit artifacts.
Excavations at Nunalleq, on the Alaskan coast of the Bering Sea have uncovered some amazing artifacts, like this Yup’ik Wooden Mask: " “It’s got amazingly lifelike contours with the cheek bones, and the nose, and the forehead and so on,” Rick Knecht of the University of Aberdeen told Alaska Public Media. The team also found a bentwood bowl among other household items, jewelry, and weapons in the 500-year-old sod house, which was burned and abandoned around 1640."
Transformation Mask | Tlingit | The Met
Bella Bella Ceremonial Mask, Pacific Northwest Coast Native American Indian Art
NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY - Mississippi Culture, 800-1400 AD, terra cotta pot with coiled snake, 4" tall, 6" diam.
centuriespast: Shell Mask Date:1200-1700 Place:Tennessee/United States Classification:Shell Measurements:7 15/16 x 6 13/16 x 2 3/16 in. (20...
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Eskimo walrus ivory carving of an otter, possibly a child's toy. L: 4.5"
The incredible Roseau Stone discovered in Minnesota, USA, could easily re-write our history ~ The stone does not only reveal that several ancient civilizations from across the sea visited North America in prehistoric times, but also that our ancestors were familiar with writing 200,000 years ago. inscription was made by ancient Greek and Egyptian civilizations. There are even Sumerian signs. Sumer is considered to be the first civilization on Earth.