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Artifacts: Ancient Artifacts: Copan Ruins: Full Head Dress Figurine from the COPAN Ruins located in northwest Honduras CA and is the most southern of Maya cities in the Classic Period (AD 250-900). The Figurine measures approximately 3 1/2 tall by 3 1/4 wide and is displayed in a glass front enclosure of wood inner lined with velvet like green material. Enclosure measures 8 1/2 X 10

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Artifacts: Ancient Artifacts: Copan Ruins; Horn, whistle or musical piece of very hard and durable material from the COPAN Ruins located in northwest Honduras CA. Copan is the most southern of Maya cities in the Classic Period (AD 250-900). This artifact has a somewhat hollow center and on the rear has several holes from which various sounds can be made by blowing through the center hole of the mouthpiece. The other two holes would indicate they could be used for creating a variety of sounds by placing and removing one's fingers thereon. The Front has a hand carved face / image of a Maya mother cradling her child (carved facial image) in her arms while in a seemly sitting position. This Artifact measures approximately 4 X 4 X 2.

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Artifacts; Ancient Artifacts; Copan Ruins; Small Clay or Pottery Figurine Mask with very large nose and hollowed out eyes. This artifact is from the COPAN Ruins located in northwest Honduras CA. Copan is the most southern of Maya cities in the Classic Period (AD 250-900). This Artifact measures approximately 2 X 1 1/2.

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Arab Tribal Leader's Khanjar (han - djar). This is a (4) four ringed dagger finished in Arabian silver and has a camel bone handle. These Arabian Khanjars can be more 100 years old. Different designs on the scabbard, finished in Arabian silver and ornate craftsmanship. This item is a short curved dagger, which is sheathed in Arabian silver and was worn as a mark of authority in the Arabian deserts. A Bedouin heirloom piece. The Sheathed Holster measures approx. 11 1/2 X 6 1/2 X 3 inches with the Blade 6 inches long. The belt is 1 1/2 inches wide. Not designed to be used as a weapon but as a showpiece in its original state and condition.

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History; Artifacts; Archaeology; This is the first book deliberately planned as a step-by-step trip through the richly furnished funerary chambers of a pharaoh who lived during one of the most splendid periods of ancient Egypt. It presents the fascinating archaeological record of the exploration of the tomb in black and white photographs taken by Harry Burton, the expedition's photographer who captured the cluttered magnificence of each room as a whole as well as closeups of objects both precious and mundane. This book is sensitively written by the author, is a time machine reaching back thousands of years. (167 Pgs.) Pictorial DJ and Book MINT/MINT


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