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Biscuit ware
Ancestral Pueblo
Pueblo IV AD 1350 - 1550
This is a complete pipe of the type often called 'cloud-blowers', as the rising smoke was intended to call rainclouds. It has a four-pointed 'star' design and three bands painted on the exterior. It retains smoke carbon on the interior. Tobacco was important for ritual use rather than recreational smoking.
Ceramic. L 8.1, D 2.7 cm [L 3 ¼, D 1 inches]
Bandelier National Monument, BAND 1585