Nadlok and the Origin of the Copper Inuit


A ring is a circle of antlers at Nadlok. Before excavation, the uppermost rings protruding through the tundra cover were thought at first to be ceremonial, as there was no precedent for antler houses in the archaeological literature.

Figure 1
A view (from above) of one of the numerous antler rings found on the Nadlok island.

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