Amerindian Artifacts

nuts would be placed in a nut shaped space then it would be cracked opened. This was their form of technology.

Rock used to crack nuts

nuts would be placed in a nut shaped space then it would be cracked opened. This was their form of technology.

Rock used to crack nuts

Made out of clay. It served purpose as a decorative similar to a volcano shaped.

Ceramic Molding

Made out of clay. It served purpose as a decorative similar to a volcano shaped.

Ceramic Molding

used for grinding herbs and other things for domestic and medicinal uses.

Grinding Stone

for grinding herbs and other

Grinding Stone herbs and other things both for medicinal and domestic use

purposes unknown

A small face engraved in ceramic. A very rare piece.

The other pieces of ceramic, made complete a bow like vessel that would be used for containing ceremonial offerings and so on.

Pieces or fragments for ritual ceremonies

The other pieces of ceramic, made complete a bow like vessel that would be used for containing ceremonial offerings and so on.

Pieces or fragments for ritual ceremonies

Pieces of Axes heads which were strapped onto wood and used for several purposes.

Amerindian axe head

Pieces of Axes heads which were strapped onto wood and used for several purposes.

Amerindian axe head

Pieces of Axes heads which were strapped onto wood and used for several purposes.

Amerindian axe head

Pieces of Axes heads which were strapped onto wood and used for several purposes.

Amerindian axe head

Pieces of Axes heads which were strapped onto wood and used for several purposes.

Amerindian axe head

Pieces of Axes heads which were strapped onto wood and used for several purposes.

Amerindian axe head

Pieces of Axes heads which were strapped onto wood and used for several purposes.

Amerindian axe head

Pieces of Axes heads which were strapped onto wood and used for several purposes.

Amerindian axe head

Pieces of Axes heads which were strapped onto wood and used for several purposes.

Amerindian axe head

Pieces of Axes heads which were strapped onto wood and used for several purposes.

Amerindian axe head

Pieces of Axes heads which were strapped onto wood and used for several purposes.

Amerindian axe head

Pieces of Axes heads which were strapped onto wood and used for several purposes.

Amerindian axe head

for grinding herbs and other

Grinding Stone herbs and other things both for medicinal and domestic use. This shows accurate and precise measurement were used when carving the top of the other grinding stone which ensured the equal distribution of weight on all of the sides. Allowing the top stone to stand on its own position or the pear shaped to stand on its own.

These were used on the top of spears, mounted on wooden handles

Ancient Amerindian Spearhead and flint.

Ceramic pieces of Amerindian artifacts with engravings

Carving of an image which depicts a bat head with the resemblance of a monkey. This too was attached to an entire piece of ceramic used for ceremonial practices.

Amerindian Ceramic found in Moruga by Eric Lewis

Carving of an image which depicts a bat head with the resemblance of a monkey. This too was attached to an entire piece of ceramic used for ceremonial practices.

Different form of axe, this piece is a rounded axe which was also strapped onto wood.

Used for several purposes, similar to that which a hammer would be used for and more.

Different form of axe, this piece is a rounded axe which was also strapped onto wood.

Used for several purposes, similar to that which a hammer would be used for and more.

for grinding herbs and other

Grinding Stone herbs and other things both for medicinal and domestic use. This shows accurate and precise measurement were used when carving the top of the other grinding stone which ensured the equal distribution of weight on all of the sides. Allowing the top stone to stand on its own position or the pear shaped to stand on its own.

Ceramic pieces of Amerindian artifacts with engravings

Carving of an image which depicts a feline head with the resemblance of a tiger cat head. This too was attached to an entire piece of ceramic used for ceremonial practices.

Ceramic pieces of Amerindian artifacts with engravings

Carving of an image which depicts a feline head with the resemblance of a tiger cat head. This too was attached to an entire piece of ceramic used for ceremonial practices.

Ceramic pieces of Amerindian artifacts with engravings

Carving of an image which depicts a feline head with the resemblance of a tiger cat head. This too was attached to an entire piece of ceramic used for ceremonial practices.

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About Moruga Museum

The Moruga Museum is dedicated to the prservation of the Sociohistoric culture of the People of Moruga, Trinidad and Tobago by extension the World. The collection is diverse and is not limited to items or from a region only, however, is open to collections from all cultures and eras.
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4 Responses to Amerindian Artifacts

  1. More Pieces of Amerindian artefacts are on display at the Moruga Mseum. Secondly we have a lot more pieces waiting to placed on Display as soon as the formalities are completed. The Collection is Still Growing and Research is forever ongoing. The most recent addition to the Collection are Ancient Pieces from a Former Exorcist Priest from the St Mary’s College in Trinidad.

  2. e says:

    What r your contact info

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