30 Arrow Points From Craig Mound At Spiro
30 Arrow Points - The Pocola Mining Company excavated these points in the 1930's. In the second row - center, is one of only 21 known examples of this rare point, the Tribute Point. Others in image are Alba, Hayes, Reed, Sequoyah, Huffaker and Haskell. About 5,000 points were discovered at Craig Mound, Spiro Mound Site - Eastern Oklahoma
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Vintage Archaeology Illustrations, Clippings for Collage, Scrapbooking, Altered Art, Mixed Media, Junk Journal, Paper Ephemera Pack
Vintage Archaeology Illustrations, clippings for collage, scrapbooking, altered art, mixed media, junk journals. 18 clippings from a 1960s history book. They range in size from 3.75" x 1.75" (9.5cm x 4.25cm) to 5.75" x 4" (15cm x 10cm). These would be perfect for your art project. **When I scanned the clippings, some of the borders of the images were left out**
Clovis and Folsom Cultures are the Earliest Accepted Groups
The Clovis and Folsom Cultures were the earliest Native American groups living in Nebraska. Their spear points are distinctive.
The Amesbury Archer
The Amesbury Archer grave is of a man dating to around 2,300BC and was discovered three miles from Stonehenge by Wessex Archaeology staff in 2002. His grave was the richest ever found dating from the early Bronze Age found in Britain. He was found during excavation in advance of a housing development at Amesbury in Wiltshire, and the man was dubbed the “Amesbury Archer” or the “King of Stonehenge” by the media. He has featured on several radio and TV programmes, including the BBC2 Ancestors…
Mayan crocodile canoe eccentric by Dan Theus.
Pictures and description of a complex Mayan crocodile canoe eccentric replicate by Dan Theus from an ancient example.