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Sky Rock Petroglyphs, a secret slab, one of the few facing the heavens, is believed to be Paiute in origin.  Owens Valley, Eastern Sierra, California.

Sky Rock Petroglyphs, a secret slab, one of the few facing the heavens, is believed to be Paiute in origin. Owens Valley, Eastern Sierra, California.

A hairpin with the flame design. The pin itself is 12.3 centimeters (4.8 inches) long and the weight of the artifact is 115.4 grams (about 4 ounces), found inside the Ming Dynasty tomb of a woman named Lady Mei (1430 1474).

A hairpin with the flame design. The pin itself is centimeters inches) long and the weight of the artifact is grams (about 4 ounces), found inside the Ming Dynasty tomb of a woman named Lady Mei

Sheath for three knives, Tillya Tepe, Tomb IV, Second quarter of the 1st century A.D., Bronze, gold, turquoise (within the sheath is the iron blade of a dagger with a worked ivory handle), National Museum of Afghanistan, Personal photograph 2011, British Museum.

Sheath for three Gold Knives. ca century CE, Afghanistan. Bronze, Gold, turquoise (within the sheath is the iron blade of a dagger with a worked ivory handle). National Museum of Afghanistan

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