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Pre-columbian large male axe-head figure

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Pre-columbian large male axe-head figure. Carved and polished greenstone. 300 – 100 B.C. Accession – S-81-12. Gift of Mrs. A. H. Spivack, in memory of Dr. A. H. Spivack. © University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.

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Standing anthropomorphic figure in the form of an axe head, feet form chisel end with grove carved between on front and back, arms indicated at side, hands across abdomen, figures shown by cut grooves, features shallow, wide flat nose, heavy brow.

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