Celt from Adena Culture   Save
Celt from Adena Culture
Description: Large ungrooved stone ax, called a celt, that has side edges that are squared off. One edge is tapered and rounded and other edge was originally possibly squared. It is made of highly polished black cannel coal. Item was excavated from Hilltop Mound in Portsmouth, Scioto County, Ohio. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: AL07132
Subjects: Hilltop Mound (Scioto County, Ohio); Ohio History--Natural and Native Ohio; American Indians--Archaeology; American Indian history and society; Tools; Adena culture
Places: Portsmouth (Ohio); Scioto County (Ohio)