The Star Emblem


Gillette, United States

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see The Sarika Archworks for the beginning of this exhibit tour of the artifacts found during the first phase of the Sarika archeological dig on Satashi. and the journal entry The Museum Exhibit of the Sarika Artifacts


Now we come to the last artifact in our exhibit. The Star Emblem as with all artifacts indicative of the wearer’s status and position within the Sarika society. The Sarikanica as mentioned before is not fully translated and it is hoped with full translation the meaning of all the artifacts found will come to light.

You will notice that there is a common theme with all these artifacts. The forms and colors used are variations of what seems to be one original theme. Researchers have found that there are groups of status indicators (shawls, emblems, tapestries, stars, badges and pinwheels) each having it’s own theme. The Sarika ArchWorks has been found to be the theme for the pieces we have in our exhibit.

Well this brings us to the end of our tour. We hope you enjoyed yourself and learned a little about the Sarika and their art. If you’re interested our museum store has items available for purchase relating to this exhibit. We share a portion of the proceeds to the continued work related to the Sarika. Any donations or volunteer help would be graciously accepted.

Any Questions?


if you wish to begin the tour again start here
The Sarika ArchWorks
Work done in Kaleider and Gimp.
Best viewed large.

GMP 1101 120613 The Star Emblem

Artwork Comments

  • Bunny Clarke
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