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by Lar Hothem

eBook North American Indian Ornamental and Ceremonial Artifacts download ISBN: 0896890813
Author: Lar Hothem
Publisher: Books Americana (August 1, 1990)
Language: English
Pages: 133
ePub: 1476 kb
Fb2: 1558 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: History
Subcategory: Americas

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North American Indian Artifacts: A Collector's Identification & Value Guide. Only draw back for me was no color pictures.

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Published 1990 by Books Americana in Florence, AL. Written in English.

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Home HOTHEM, LAR NORTH AMERICAN ORNAMENTAL AND CEREMONIAL ARTIFACTS . .North american ornamental and ceremonial artifacts - identification and value guide. Hothem, lar. Published by BOOKS AMERICANA, FLORENCE, AL, 1990, 1990. We carry hardbound and paperback books with our major emphasis in non-fiction, mysteries, and children's books. We have four open shop locations in pennsylvania. Please ask for directions if you are traveling in the york or lancaster areas of central pennsylvania.

Lar Hothem's newest book, Ornamental Indian Artifacts, has over a dozen major chapters, ranging from prehistoric to early historic to.Two growing collecting fields, Eskimo and Latin American artifacts, are explored this time.

Lar Hothem's newest book, Ornamental Indian Artifacts, has over a dozen major chapters, ranging from prehistoric to early historic to more recent times. Popular artifact types including bannerstones, gorgets, pendants, pipes, discoidals, and plummets, are shown. A general information chapter provides interesting background facts about ornamental artifacts, while another explores the subject from an archaeological perspective.

In North America, the Lithic stage or Paleo-Indian period is defined as.

In North America, the Lithic stage or Paleo-Indian period is defined as approximately 18,000–8000 BCE. The period from around 8000–800 BCE is generally referred to as the Archaic period. One of the largest densities of petroglyphs in North America, by the Coso people, is in Big and Little Petroglyph Canyons in the Coso Rock Art District of the northern Mojave Desert in California. The most elaborate pictographs in the . are considered to be the rock art of the Chumash people, found in cave paintings in present-day Santa Barbara, Ventura, and San Luis Obispo Counties.

Native American: US. 1800-1934. Other Nat. Am. Items 1800-1934. Indian Axes & related Stone Artifacts - Reference Book - by Lar Hothem.

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Comments: (2)
Mejora
I was misled by the cover, thinking this would focus on museum grade examples of celts, axes, discoidal a, points, etc. it is not. Still a nice book for more unusual artifacts.
Tolrajas
Good informative book with black & white photos with descriptions that help both beginners & established collectors alike. Numerous photos show the collector what he is researching or collecting both helping them judge & formulate ideas regarding shape, form and grade of the various ornamental & ceremonial artifacts. Only draw back for me was no color pictures.