2 edition of Banner-stones of the North American Indian ... found in the catalog.
Banner-stones of the North American Indian ...
Byron William Knoblock
Illustrated end papers.
|Statement||with articles by Charles E. Brown [and others]|
|Contributions||Brown, Charles E. 1872-1946.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||396 p. front., illus.|
|Number of Pages||396|
The book also explains how the materials used in the manufacture of banner stones gradually changed through time from the early use of slate and some granite in the Middle Arch aic to ban ded claystone and limestone around B.C. and then to granite and solid colored quartzite until approximately B.C. when ferrug i nous quartzite was. STONEWORK STYLES: RESOURCES: REGIONS: Made in the USA from % recycled electrons.
Bannerstone Fakes , PM While it has been stated many times that Fakes and reproductions of North American Indian artifacts has a history of some one hundred and fifty years plus; many serious collectors are truly concerned about the modern proliferation of new reproductions and fakes. It is supposed the replicator had. Kroblock, Byron W. Banner-Stones of the North American Indian: A Specialized Illustrated Volume Prepared for the Primary Purpose of Putting Forth Conclusions Regarding the Distribution, Possible Uses, Methods of Manufacture, Evolution of Types, Adoption of Special Materials for Particular Types. La Grange, IL: The Author,
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Banner-stones of the North American Indian: A specialized illustrated volume prepared for the primary 5/5(1). Archaic period double-notched butterfly bannerstone from Ohio, ca. Made of banded slate, a material frequently used in bannerstone manufacture.
Bannerstones were used in North America for some 3, years beginning in the fourth millennium BC. Bannerstone, Ferruginous quartz, 2nd millenium BC.
Bannerstones are artifacts usually found. Re: "Banner stones of the North American Indian" «Reply #12 on: JanuAM» There are some good images in other books but this book is a gem.
InByron Knoblock published his monumental Bannerstones of the North American Indian. Knoblock stuck with the older theories on the usage of Bannerstones.
He believed they were ornamental or ceremonial objects. A bannerstone is an enigmatic Native American artifact found in the eastern United States.
They come in a range of shapes and sizes and are made of various types of stone. These stones have been discovered in graves dating to the Archaic period ( to BC), but there are questions if the artifacts were used for ceremonial or practical Author: Dhwty.
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Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Rare Book, Bannerstones of the North American Indian, stated First Edition and signed by the author for a member of the publishing company. Pages filled with hundreds of b/w photo plates and illustrations. Dust Jacket is in Good to Fair condition with tears and some small loss at the top of the spine.
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The Archaic Bannerstone Project is a resource for the study of the aesthetically complex, anomalous ancient Native American lithics known as bannerstones. Finely composed, carved, and polished works are usually associated with luxury items for a ruling elite.
Bannerstones, however, were made within distinctly egalitarian societies raising questions about who made. THE LENAPE STONE OR THE INDIAN AND THE MAMMOTH BY H. C. MERCER G. P. Putnam’s Sons is an American book publisher based in New York City, New York The Knickerbocker Press Fig.
1. The Lena. Bannerstones and how they Relate to the Atlatl. By Robert S. Berg. Archaeologists have been agonizing for a long time over the use of banner stones. Some have offered that they are atlatl weights or ceremonial pieces. Others have suggested that they are for drilling, cordage making, or fire making.Problems with American Indian Artifacts - Genuine or fake?
My past experiences as Editor-in-chief of both the Redskin and Artifacts magazines provided an excellent opportunity to personally examine thousands of genuine, ancient artifacts in private and museum collections. I also examined thousands of reproductions.