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Celt with Incised Profile | Olmec | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Celt with Incised Profile | Mexico, Mesoamerica | Culture: Olmec | 10th-4th c. BC | A large, finely finished jadeite celt with an engraved profile image of an early Mexican deity was not a working tool but an object of specialized use and sacred signficance.
4 3/16" Birdstone. Lorain Co, OH. Nesting Bird Style, - Mar 05, 2016 | Tony Putty Artifacts in IN
4 3/16" Birdstone. Lorain Co, OH. Nesting Bird Style, brown banded Slate. Pictured in the Birdstone Book (p622-I) and in 1954 #3 Ohio Archaeologist, p31. Ex-Earl Townsend, Ladow Johnston, Curt Hamlin. Fine condition. A special offering. Featured on back cover of auction catalog
Birdstones Of Eastern United States, Page 1
Birdstones have been found in many states east of the Mississippi River and in an area in southeastern Canada. The core area where most birdstones have been found is located in northeastern Indiana, northwestern Ohio, southeastern Michigan and the southern part of Ontario. (1912 birdstone drawings from Smithsonian Museum)
This is an excellent article with tips on where and how to find arrowheads when heading out into the woods! It also provides a ton of tips on how to find arrowheads in creeks and how to find arrowheads in fields. Arrowhead hunting is a fun way to spend time with the family outdoors! #RockSeeker #Arrowheads