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Tags: Ceremonial

Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
Wood pipe stem with porcupine quills and feathers depicting a bird Unknown Native American; Southern Cheyenne 84.64b wood, quill (porcupine), feathers, silk
Red polished catlinite pipe bowl Native American; Arapaho 84.76a catlinite
Soapstone pipe bowl Emil William Lenders Native American; Southern Cheyenne 84.85a soapstone, lead
Red polished catlinite pipe bowl Native American; Kiowa 84.90a catlinite
Cherokees at ceremonial fire Cecil Dick Native American; Cherokee 02.385 casein on watercolor board
Ceramic human effigy figure with bird mask Mesoamerican; Mayan 54.3853 clay
Tuxcacuesco-Ortices style, a "Teco" variant, solid human figurine Mesoamerican; West Mexican 54.3743 clay, slip, paint
Ceramic bird effigy figure Mesoamerican; Mayan 54.3856 clay
Jade duck effigy pendant Mesoamerican 55.87 jade
Stone plummet Woodland 61.2568 Stone, hematite
Hide covered model kayak with wooden frame and figures Native American; Alutiiq 93.53 seal gut, wood
Red ochre in a leather bag Native American; Plains 89.28 leather, pigment
Ivory cylinder with a carved animal head and two bears Arctic, Inuit 83.1361 Ivory
Wooden mask with carved feature, animal teeth in the mouth, and a baleen halo around the mask Engles Collection Arctic, Inuit 8437.1422 Wood, teeth, quill, baleen
Human effigy pipe appearing to hold a large rattle in his left hand Southeast; Mississippian 61.200 flint clay (often called Arkansas Bauxite) and catlinite
Incised shell fragment Southeast, Mississippian 9025.1499 Marine Shell, Pigment
Incised shell fragment Southeast, Mississippian 9025.1704 a Marine Shell, Pigment
Comala style hollow ceramic funerary standing parrot effigy Mesoamerican; Teuchitlan 54.8183 clay
Sandstone owl effigy pipe Northeast, Mississippian 61.546 Stone -- sandstone
Grooved and polished obsidian labret or lip plug Mesoamerican 61.8551 obsidian