The excavation at Coleshill Street has also unearthed pottery dating back to the 17th century and a tobacco pipe
thought to be from the 19th century.
For example, the men's restroom may be marked with a tobacco pipe
and the women's with a fan.
Previously, the traditional tobacco pipe
was only supposed to be served in hotels during Ramadan, but its use during the rest of the year was commonplace and authorities had long turned a blind eye, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
The excavation, part of the Bute Park Restoration Project, took place over six to eight weeks from July and stumbled across finds including animal bones, engraved leather, a sword sheath, imported Venetian glass, a pewter spoon and clay tobacco pipe
The dig, part of the Bute Park Restoration Project, took place over six to eight weeks from July and its finds included animal bones, engraved leather, the sword sheath, imported Venetian glass, a pewter spoon and clay tobacco pipe
Much of this is thought to have been caused by water tobacco pipe
smoking, often called shisha or hookah, and other Asian smoking products which have risen in popularity.
The popular flavoured tobacco pipe
can only be legally sold during Ramadan but the Manama Municipal Council is considering regulating the sale of sheesha year-round by issuing hotels with licences for outlets including restaurants, bars and poolside.
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A research team has warned that the issue of midwakh, a form of tobacco pipe
smoking, needs to be addressed as a matter of urgency in the UAE.
Hindus are finding the following objectionable: "Nerdy Lord Ganesha" (a nerdy take on Ganesha where he holds a tobacco pipe
, glass of wine, etc.
Ceramics, cannon ball, pitcher granite, pot, coins and pieces of tobacco pipe
belonging to the Ottoman period have so far been found.
But a pensioner who wants a new tobacco pipe
has to ask to see them.
I remember the days long gone of warm summer afternoons sitting on the top of the bus and the smell of a tobacco pipe
wafting along and seeing an elderly man sitting by the open window happily puffing on his pipe.
Two coiled snakes are depicted on a bamboo tobacco pipe
collected in 1870 from Cape York (one of the rare instances where material culture correlates have been recorded from mainland Australia); Haddon (1946: 68) had previously suggested that the 'owner belonged to tabu, snake, totem clan.
Tobago took its name from its resemblance to a tobacco pipe
used by locals and called a "'tavaco"'.