: Ground and polished stone ring, possibly an earspool, resembling a modern pulley. It is a hollow cylinder with rims that flare outward from the center. The sides curve inward from the rims. Eight small, evenly-spaced holes have been drilled through the ring. It is made of grayish black steatite. Item was excavated from the Hopewell Site in Twin Township, Ross County, Ohio. View on Ohio Memory.
: AL07225 Subjects
: Ross County (Ohio); Ohio History--Natural and Native Ohio; Hopewell culture--Ohio; Archaeology Places
: Twin Township (Ohio); Ross County (Ohio)