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This artifact, found at Fort Vancouver, is a beaver tooth with carvings on both sides. It is curved into a half about 1 ¾” in diameter, it has a chevron design incised on one side, and the other miscellaneous carvings on the other. It was most likely used as either a game piece or a personal piece of art. The it could have been highly valued to the owner, because he possibly had it for a while and built up meaning in his life. This is an example of the archeological themes Art, because it has intricate carvings all over it, and monetary systems, because it was possibly used as a gaming piece in games that involved gambling with valuable items.
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