Bowl - ROM2004_948_11



Maker: Mississippian
Geography: Arkansas, USA
Date: 1350-1500 AD
Period: Mississippian (1000-1600 AD)
10 × 17.5 cm
Object number: HQ220
On view
Gallery Location:Shreyas and Mina Ajmera Gallery of Africa, the Americas and Asia-Pacific
DescriptionThis Mississippian bowl is called a tail rider, a distinctive type of bowl with an animal’s head on one side of the rim and its tail on the opposite side. This tail rider has what appears to be a duck’s head as an extension on the rim.
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