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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.

Chupicuaro Dog Effigy Polychrome Vessel 500 BC - 100 BC   An exceptional dog vessel from Mexico's Chupicuaro Valley, dating to the Late Pre-Classic Period.

Chupicuaro Dog Vessel — Mexico 500 BC - 100 BC An exceptional dog vessel from Mexico's Chupicuaro Valley, dating to the Late Pre-Classic Period. Dog effigies, although common throughout West Mexico, are quite rare in Chupicuaro pottery.

Reproduction Pre ColombianCasas Grande Poly chrome anthropomorphic effigy pot930. Description: Reporduction Casas Grande Poly chrome anthropomorphic effigy pot

Reproduction Pre Colombian Casas Grande Smoking Effigy Pot, #930

Reproduction Pre ColombianCasas Grande Poly chrome anthropomorphic effigy pot930. Description: Reporduction Casas Grande Poly chrome anthropomorphic effigy pot

Piassa Effigy Miniature Bowl - Mississippian period reproduction bowl made from Native Clay.

Piassa Effigy Miniature Bowl - Mississippian period reproduction bowl made from Native Clay.

NATIVE AMERICAN POTTERY - Mississippi Culture, 800-1400 AD, blackware pot with frog effigy forming handle, 4" tall, 7 1/2" x 6"

Mississippian Culture, AD, blackware pot with frog effigy forming handle, tall, 7 x

The Museum of Natural History and Connecticut Archaeology Center are home to the University of Connecticut's Anthropological Collections and represents the single largest repository of Connecticut Native American, colonial and industrial artifacts in existence. The materials housed here document over 11,000 years of Connecticut's past.

The Museum of Natural History and Connecticut Archaeology Center are home to the University of Connecticut's Anthropological Collections and represents the single largest repository of Connecticut Native American, colonial and industrial artifacts in existence. The materials housed here document over 11,000 years of Connecticut's past.

7.5" Authentic 800 AD Mississippian Indian Pottery Vessel Jar Arkansas Arrowhead Ancient Arkansas 800-AD  Mississippian Indian Pottery Vessel Jar Bottle! Made with the classic Mississippian mound builders culter pottery method of mixing crushed shells and clay.  Size: 7" tall x 7 1/2" wide. Recovered in North East Arkansas in 1982 near the Mississippi river in Mississippi Co., Arkansas. SOLD $240.99

7.5" Authentic 800 AD Mississippian Indian Pottery Vessel Jar Arkansas Arrowhead Ancient Arkansas 800-AD Mississippian Indian Pottery Vessel Jar Bottle! Made with the classic Mississippian mound builders culter pottery method of mixing crushed shells and clay. Size: 7" tall x 7 1/2" wide. Recovered in North East Arkansas in 1982 near the Mississippi river in Mississippi Co., Arkansas. SOLD $240.99

Head effigy jar, ceramic, Mississippian culture

Ceramic head effigy jar from southeastern Missouri, late Mississippian period, AD/CE

beaver effigy bowl

Prehistoric art of Illinois - Illinois Issues - A Publication of the University of Illinois at Springfield

Owl Effigy Bowl

Owl Effigy Bowl -- Effigy Pottery -- Animals, Birds, and Human shaped pottery -- Originals and reproductions

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