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Tubular Pipe
Item #: 200359
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This cast is a replica of a tubular smoking pipe manufactured by an artisan of the Adena culture, a group of prehistoric American Indians who lived in central and southern Ohio from approximately 800 B.C. to the time of Christ. The Adena people supported themselves by hunting, fishing, gathering wild food plants, and growing some crops such as sunflowers, goosefoot, squash, and other seed-bearing plants. They constructed conical earth mounds over the graves of their dead, and, occasionally, earthen walls encircling an area that was probably used for important social or ceremonial events.

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