One ground stone plummet. Shaped as a cylinder with one flat and one beveled end. The pecking construction marks are highly visible.
There is residue of beeswax on one side of the artifact from previous use in an exhibit.
|Site Name||Smith's Farm|
|Excavated by||Byers, Douglas|
|Lexicon sub-category||Stone, Ground|
|Adopted By||Brad and Alice Wellman|
|Place||United States | ME | Hancock | Ellsworth Falls|