‘Atiqot 87 (2016)
Ottoman Clay Tobacco Pipes and Nargile Heads from the Flour Mills in the Ridwan Gardens, ‘Akko
Keywords: Mediterranean coast, Ottoman Empire, smoking, typology
Clay tobacco pipes and nargile heads were unearthed in the flour mills in the Ridwan Gardens, ‘Akko. They were most probably used by the workers of the mills. Based on previous researches and studies, the tobacco pipes and the nargile heads should be dated between the eighteenth and the beginning of the twentieth centuries CE.
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