File:A 3728 000225 1.jpg

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Collection: James McBride Collection Source: A 3728; A 3728/000225 Item ID: OHS: AL07446.tif Description: Large ground stone axe has a wide, deep groove near the poll end that extends from the flat base around the sides and top, which functioned to attach the axe head to a handle. The base is flat. Opposite end tapers to a thin, wide cutting edge. The surface of the igneous rock is very dark gray and light olive gray and is very highly polished. Item was found in Hamilton County, Ohio.

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current14:02, 20 November 2015Thumbnail for version as of 14:02, 20 November 2015288 × 197 (33 KB)Ehedler (Talk | contribs)Collection: James McBride Collection Source: A 3728; A 3728/000225 Item ID: OHS: AL07446.tif Description: Large ground stone axe has a wide, deep groove near the poll end that extends from the flat base around the sides and top, which functioned to att...
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