Butchered Dogs Consumed by Bronze Age Wolf Warriors in Rites Ceremonies
Archaeologists claim that remains of dogs and wolves found at the Srubnaya-culture settlement of Krasnosamarskoe in the Russian steppes, dating back to 1900–1700 BC, indicate that a ritual took place there in which the participants ate sacrificed dogs and wolves.
Ben Marra Images along the Red Road Traveling American Indian Photography Exhibition for Museums
Traveling Exhibition for Museums, American Indian Traveling Exhibit, Native American Photos, Native American Wall Calendars, American Indian Traveling Museum Exhibition from Ben Marra.
Native American - Crow Creek Warriors on the Crow Reservation - Montana - 1909 - Vintage - Photo - Photography - History - Photograph - Art
Crow Creek Warriors on the Crow Reservation - Montana - 1909 - Vintage - Photo Photo Credit: The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles ► PRODUCTION: This REPRODUCTION print is of the original untouched photograph, un-matted & un-framed. Professionally printed on high quality, Kodak Professional paper that will last a lifetime. Sorry, METALLIC FINISH is NOT available in 16x20 or larger. For some photos, but not all...some CROPPING/SCALING may occur depending on which size you select. If you…
Give My Body to the Birds: The Practice of Sky Burial
Sky burial isn’t a burial at all, of anything. It’s the act of leaving a corpse exposed to the elements, often in an elevated location, and only a few...