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Chihuahua pot from Niesler Mound in Georgia The origins of the Chihuahua have been lost in the mists of time yet new research reveals they once roamed the southern states of Georgia and Tennessee. The discovery was made by analyzing dog effigy pots unearthed in Georgia and Tennessee to determine the most likely breed they represented. ...

Ancient Chihuahuas Once Roamed, and Eaten, in Southeastern U.

Dog effigy bottle, 11th–14th century AD/CE, southeastern Missouri, Mississippian culture

Dog Bottle Date: century Geography: United States, Missouri Culture: Mississippian Medium: Ceramic Dimensions: H.

Dog Effigy Vessel - Colima (Artist) PERIOD 100 BC-AD 300 MEDIUM burnished earthenware	 (Ceramics)  H: 9 13/16 x L: 14 5/16 x W: 8 5/8 in. (25 x 36.3 x 21.9 cm) Mexico, Colima (Place of Origin)

Dog Effigy Vessel - Colima (Artist) PERIOD 100 BC-AD 300 MEDIUM burnished earthenware (Ceramics) H: 9 13/16 x L: 14 5/16 x W: 8 5/8 in. (25 x 36.3 x 21.9 cm) Mexico, Colima (Place of Origin)

Fulton Effigy Bowl - This effigy bowl has been viewed either as a deer or a dog - 1.53" (3.90 cm) height - 3.14" (8 cm) rim diameter - Late Caddo : circa 1400-1650 AD

Fulton Effigy Bowl - This effigy bowl has been viewed either as a deer or a dog - cm) height - cm) rim diameter - Late Caddo : circa AD

Middle Caddo period - Texas, 1200-1400 CE

Color plate of late Caddo pottery vessel excavated by C. Moore in 1911 from the Haley site along the Red River in southwestern Arkansas.

LARGE OUTSTANDING AUTHENTIC MISSISSIPPIAN BANKS NODED POTTERY BOWL FROM ILLINOIS

LARGE OUTSTANDING AUTHENTIC MISSISSIPPIAN BANKS NODED POTTERY BOWL FROM ILLINOIS

Mississippian Culture, from Tennessee or Georgia, Effigy Pipe in form of Bound Prisoner, 1400–1500. Stone, 4 3/4" x 6 11/16" x 3 1/2" (12 x 17 x 9 cm). © Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY. (BMA-111)

Mississippian Culture , possibly from Arkansas, Bottle with underwater serpent decoration , Earthenware a.

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