Certified Chumash Rare Engraved Stone Tablet, California Bennett COA
Extremely Rare Double Sided Incised (Engraved) Chumash Stone Tablet Fragment. Artifact Info: The incredible archaeological interpretation of this rare artifact engravings are related to astrological events; with additional interpretation that the Chumash used these objects to observe the solstices. These types of artifacts are known as “portable cosmos” which refer to the universe and are small enough to be carried versus large stone petroglyphs that are permanent structures. This artifact was part of a 1920’s private collection found at Malaga Cove California, what is now known as archaeological site CA-LAN-138. This is a rare artifact from an early discovery of this site. Double Sided Incised (Engraved) Stone Tablet Fragment, with different engravings on both sides. Date estimate 1,400 years old. This artifact is fragile, siltstone is a very light-weight stone type. Size: Small, 2-7/16 inch x 1-1/16 inch. Location Found: Malaga Cove, California. Attributed to Chumash Culture. Incised stone tablets from Malaga Cove are well documented in archaeological papers. Short Video of this Artifact below. The item “Certified Chumash Rare Engraved Stone Tablet, California Bennett COA” is in sale since Friday, August 16, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Native American\ US\Pre-1600\Artifacts”. The seller is “marieleff” and is located in Georgetown, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.
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- Tribal Affiliation: Chumash