The Jaguar Gorget is one of Missouri’s most notable artifacts. Excavated from a Late Woodland (A.D. 450 – 900) burial at Fairfield Mound Site in Benton County, MO; it is an engraved shell thought to have been produced several hundred years before it was buried. University of Missouri MAC2002-03-001.

The Jaguar Gorget is one of Missouri’s most notable artifacts. Excavated from a Late Woodland (A.D. 450 – 900) burial at Fairfield Mound Site in Benton County, MO; it is an engraved shell thought to have been produced several hundred years before it was buried. University of Missouri MAC2002-03-001.

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