: Ceramic tubular pipe is a long, hollow cylinder that is flattened and slightly flared at the mouthpiece end. The other end is straight. It is mostly dark gray in color with reddish yellow and light reddish brown areas. The pipe was broken into several pieces and has been repaired. There are several chips missing along the break. Item was excavated from the William Davis Mound in Truro Township, Franklin County, Ohio. View on Ohio Memory.
: AL07436 Subjects
: Ohio History--Natural and Native Ohio; Adena culture; American Indian history and society; Pipes (Smoking) Places
: Truro Township (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio)