Mica hand, Native American, Hopewell culture, from Ohio, 300 BC - 500. The hand was a powerful shamanistic symbol in the cults of the Eastern Woodlands. This object was found buried with an Indian in Ohio 650 km from the nearest source of mica. 25 cm long. From the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois. Werner Forman Archive.
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