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Gorget, expanded center
Description: Slate gorget is an elongated diamond shape with straight ends. The reverse side is flat and the upper surface is rounded. It has two holes centered in middle that were drilled from the underside, making them larger on the reverse than on the upper surface. Banding of slate runs roughly diagonally, with dark gray streaks on gray surface. Item was excavated from Ulrich Mound in Montgomery County, Ohio. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: AL07137
Subjects: Mounds--Ohio--Montgomery County; Ohio History--Natural and Native Ohio; Tools; Native American history and society; American Indians; Adena culture
Places: Montgomery County (Ohio)