The Toephner Pipe

5a.29 The Toephner Pipe

The Toephner Pipe

In a few cases, the Adena experimented with other forms of pipes. One example is the pottery pipe from Toephner mound, Franklin County. This pipe consisted of a bowl sitting on a curved platform. One End (now broken off) apparently was the stem through which the smoke was drawn. The other end was a handle. Handle pipes have been found in one or two other Adena sites.

Catalog Number: A 3369/000126
Image Number: AL07401