Quadraconcave gorget from Adena Culture   Save
Quadraconcave gorget from Adena Culture
Description: Quadraconcave slate gorget is roughly rectangular in shape with sides that curve inward. It is generally gray with bands of darker gray. Two holes were drilled in the center. The holes are wider on one side than the other. A diagonal break through one of the holes has been repaired, but there are two triangular chips missing from one side. Item was excavated from the William Davis Mound in Truro Township, Franklin County, Ohio. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: AL07438
Subjects: Ohio History--Natural and Native Ohio; Adena culture; American Indian history and society; Tools
Places: Truro Township (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)