Pipe-smoker effigy pipe made of fine sandstone, with added white and yellow mineral paint. The distinctive hair style is identified by James Brown as characteristic of the shell engraving found at Mississippian sites in Southern Appalachian and Tennessee-Cumberland areas. Height and length both about 22 centimeters. Courtesy Robert Bell and the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, University of Oklahoma. Click to see enlargement and side view.
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