3 edition of The bird-stone ceremonial found in the catalog.
The bird-stone ceremonial
Warren King Moorehead
|Statement||by Warren King Moorehead.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 27776.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
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They are noted for their distinctive simplicity and beauty. Bird stone, abstract stone carving, one of the most striking artifacts left by the prehistoric North American Indians who inhabited the area east of the Mississippi River in the United States and parts of eastern Canada.
The stones resemble birds and rarely exceed 6. Moorehead also published more detailed studies of particular artifact types, like his The So-Called “Gorgets,” an early bulletin of the Phillips Academy Department of Archaeology, and his The Bird-stone Ceremonial.
A magnificent example of a pop-eyed birdstone in banded slate, Warren County, Ohio. In his book, The Bird-Stone Ceremonial, Moorehead concurred with Professor Frank Cushing’s belief that at least some stones were intended for mounting to a flat continuing study, Moorehead revised that stance in The Stone Age in North America, published in “But now I do not believe this, for the reason that most bird-stones.
The Bird-Stone Ceremonial - Scholar's Choice Edition by Warren King Moorehead, Marshall H Fmo Saville, Heye Foun Museum of the American Indian (Creator) starting at $ The Bird-Stone Ceremonial - Scholar's Choice Edition has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
Then came Warren Moorehead and his publications The Birdstone Ceremonial () and a year later Prehistoric Implements (). In those publications, Moorehead suggested that the plain, saddle or bar birdstone, without pop-eyes, were worn on the heads of women about to be married, while the more elaborate pop-eye types were used by shamans.
An occasional specimen is found as near the "bar amulet" type as Fig yet it appears to me that Figure 12 is a bird-stone.
The straight bar and the bar with enlarged ends are not to be considered bird-stones, although they are in the ceremonial class. It will be observed that Figure 35 in Mr.
Gruhlke's collection is peculiar. Birdstones of the North American Indian: A Study of These Most Interesting Stone Forms, the Area of Their Distribution, Their Cultural Provenience, Possible Uses, and Antiquity Earl C.
Townsend E.C. Townsend, - Birdstone - pages. The Bird-Stone Ceremonial by Warren King Moorehead,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Moorehead also published more detailed studies of particular artifact types, like his The So-Called “Gorgets,” an early bulletin of the Phillips Academy Department of Archaeology, and his The Bird-stone Ceremonial.
Author of The bird-stone ceremonial, Fort Ancient, The stone age in North America, Primitive man in Ohio, The Hopewell mound group of Ohio, The stone age in North America, Prehistoric implements, Wanneta, the SiouxWritten works: The American Indian in the United States, periodArchaeology of the Arkansas river valley.
Glossary of terms. bannerstone- an hourglass or butterfly shaped stone thought to be a decorative device for the tops of staffs; no two are exactly alike but most share roughly similar shapes. birdstone-small carved and ground stone figures of a bird or animal, usually about 2″ to 4″ long3.
Celt-stone axe head without a groove4. chalcedony- see "chert". ) _____ Rare Book: Archaeology of Maine signed by the author, Warren K. Moorehead. ) _____ Rare Book: The Bird-Stone Ceremonial by Warren King Moorehead, ) _____ Rare Book: Stone Ornaments of The American Indian, 1st.
Edition, signed by author, Warren K. Moorehead in ). Birdstones have been found in many states east of the Mississippi River and in an area in southeastern Canada. More specifically, approximately 95% of them have been found in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan and in the lower region of eastern Canada.
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Ceremonial metates of Costa Rica. A Costa Rican metate with bird iconography at the Birmingham Museum of Art. Carved, volcanic-stone ceremonial metates represent one of the most unusual and complex traditions of pre-Columbian artifacts from Costa Rica.
They come in many different forms, and morphological variation corresponds to different. True Ancient American Artifacts. All artifacts found at a single ancient settlement. All of the artifacts presented on this website are from a single ancient settlement.
We will present the stone tools, the works of art, the crude implements, rough sculptures, problematical artifacts and everything from the site that appears to have been made.Stone Effigies and Gods. Effigies are found in several forms, including cairns, walls and petroforms, as well as shaped individual stones and boulders: Cairns shaped as birds, turtles or other animals.; Effigy Walls generally depict serpents, mediators between the Upperworld and the t effigy walls often terminate at a boulder, at one or both ends.Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, two miles (3 km) west of consists of a ring of standing stones, each around 13 feet ( m) high, seven feet ( m) wide, and weighing around 25 stones are set within earthworks in the middle of the most dense complex of Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments in England, including several hundred Location: Wiltshire, England.