been gathered together over the past several years
in a private collection located in the
Neolithic daggers from Europe. The frame next to it is
full of Cahokia related Mississippian artifacts. The next
frame contains several historical beaded knife sheaths
and pipe tomahawks. The frame to the right is filled
with several different types of quartz, granite and slate
variety of different cultural material, mostly from North
America. The top shelves are filled with different styles
of Mississippian ceramic pots. Notice the "head pot" in
the case on the right. This case also contains quite a few
discoidals on the third and fourth shelves. There are
several different types of pipes on the second shelf.
bottom shelf contains many axes and more discoidals.
axes on the two lower shelves. Along with the various
types of ceramic pots, the top two shelves are also
filled with several different types of banner stones.