Native American Artifacts: The Pipe

Posted by Sadigh Gallery on 11/30/2014 to Ancient Artifacts and Culture
Native American pipes were made in a number of different ways. Most were made by natives of the midwestern plains, who attached wooden stems to catlinite (pipestone) bowls. These pipes were used in rituals and religious ceremonies, and are the origin of the standard image of a native American pipe.

Why Are Artifacts from Genghis Kahn’s Empire So Hard to Find?

Posted by Sadigh Gallery on 11/15/2014 to Ancient Artifacts and Culture
Genghis Kahn, the greatest conqueror of all time, left behind relatively few artifacts for collectors to find. But, the question must be asked, why would the largest land empire of all time leave behind such a limited number of collectibles since it existed a mere 800 years ago. 

Artifacts for History Buffs

Posted by Sadigh Gallery on 11/1/2014 to Ancient Artifacts and Culture
Are you someone who knows a lot about history, particularly a lot regarding a period of time, person or place? History buffs are unique in their knowledge of their subject and can be more enthusiastic than a high school cheerleading squad when they expound on their favorite topic.
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