AMNH DM/193

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About this Bannerstone

BA#

35

Catalog or Accession #

DM/193

Date Studied

11/1/2016

Bannerstone Type

Material

Perforation

Provenance/Provenience

Attica, Seneca County, Ohio. Donor A.E. Douglass, purchased from G.A. Leavitt and Co. April 25, 1881.

Color

Light olive gray with dark gray banding

Width (cm)

8.1

Height (cm)

6.7

Diameter of Perforation (cm)

1.2

Depth at Perforation/or Widest Point (cm)

1.7

Depth at Edge (cm)

0.1

Weight (g)

79.2

Notes

Dauphin County, Pennsylvania is noted as the place of origin of this stone in the AMNH archive manuscript. Ohio, however, was written on the stone when labeled at the AMNH. This error may have occurred since the 5 previous and proceeding stones were from Ohio. Note 2/2: This bannerstone is broken at the spine either because the stone is weakest at the thin surface of the spine or because it was intentionally broken at the spine as is common with bannerstones. In addition, the broken edge of the spine has been polished and there are three triangular notches carved into the thin edge of the remaining wing that indicate some kind of archaic period reuse.

Date

-6000 to -1000

Rights

Images may be downloaded and used freely for teaching and personal use. Include the credit line “© Anna Blume, 2017, Courtesy of the Division of Anthropology, American Museum of Natural History” along with the object’s Catalog Number. Publishing of images is permitted with additional permission from the AMNH. For additional publishing questions, contact bannerstone@fitnyc.edu

Citation

“AMNH DM/193,” FIT Archaic Bannerstone Project, accessed August 24, 2019, https://bannerstone.fitnyc.edu/items/show/96.

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