Gorget from Adena Culture   Save
Gorget from Adena Culture
Description: Quartzite expanded-center gorget is an elongated diamond shape with rounded ends. One side is flat and rounded. It is not the typical shape of an expanded center gorget; it tapers gradually from the center to the ends. No holes were drilled through the object. The gorget is white mottled with pink. It has been broken into three pieces and repaired; a large chunk is missing along one edge. Item was excavated from Toephner Mound in Franklin Township, Franklin County, Ohio. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: AL07399
Subjects: Ohio History--Natural and Native Ohio; Adena culture; American Indian history and society; Tools
Places: Franklin Township (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)