Smoking pipe - ROM2018_16866_37

ROM2018_16866_37

Smoking pipe

Maker: Iroquoian
Medium:Ceramic
Geography: Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada
Date: 1600-1650 AD
Period: Contact and Early Colonial (1600-1700 AD)
Dimensions:
3 x 5 x 4.5 cm
Object number: HD16009
Not on view
Description

This smoking pipe bowl was recovered from the Thomson-Walker archaeological site in Simcoe County, Ontario. Occupied during the second quarter of the seventeenth century, the site was a palisaded Huron-Wendat village containing 20-30 longhouses.

Similar to other Iroquoian effigy pipes, this pipe mimics the shape of a human head. This general type is often referred to as the "pinched face" style. The effigy face looked back at the smoker.

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