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Adena Pipe


Ibolya Horvath
by Tim Evanson
published on 10 February 2021
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Adena effigy pipe, found in a tomb at the lowest level of the famous Adena Mound, near Chillicothe, Ohio, created during the transition between the Adena (400 BCE - 100 CE) and Hopewell (100 BCE - 400 CE) periods.

Photo was taken in the Cleveland Museum of Art in 2016 CE when the artefact was on loan, courtesy of the Ohio Historical Society.

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Evanson, T. (2021, February 10). Adena Pipe. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from

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