Loafstone from Adena Culture   Save
Loafstone from Adena Culture
Description: Loafstone is flat on the bottom. There are two drilled holes, one at each end. The width of one hole is 3.5 mm at top, opening to 6.7 mm at base. Item is broken off at second hole. The other end is complete and squared off. It is made of barite that is pale yellow and dark gray. Item was excavated from Dayton Mound in Licking County, Ohio. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: AL07422
Subjects: Adena culture; Ohio History--Natural and Native Ohio; American Indian history and society; Tools
Places: Licking County (Ohio)