VESSEL NO.: No Number, W. A. Rikard Collection
VESSEL FORM: Olla or short-necked bottle
NON-PLASTICS AND PASTE: grog
RIM AND LIP FORM: Direct rim and flat lip
CORE COLOR: A (fired and cooled in an oxidizing environment, see Teltser 1993:Figure 2a)
INTERIOR SURFACE COLOR: yellowish-brown; fire clouds on the body
EXTERIOR SURFACE COLOR: yellowish-brown; fire clouds on the rim
WALL THICKNESS (IN MM): rim, 8.1 mm; body, 5.7 mm
INTERIOR SURFACE TREATMENT: none
EXTERIOR SURFACE TREATMENT: none
HEIGHT (IN CM): N/A
ORIFICE DIAMETER (IN CM): 8.0
DIAMETER AT BOTTOM OF RIM OR NECK (IN CM): 9.5; maximum body diameter, 15.2+ cm
BASE DIAMETER (IN CM) AND SHAPE OF BASE: N/A
ESTIMATED VOLUME (IN LITERS): N/A
DECORATION (INCLUDING MOTIF AND ELEMENTS WHEN APPARENT): The vessel body has at least one (and probably four) central incised circle element filled with small punctations. There are a series of concentric incised lines around the central circle, and horizontal and diagonal incised lines connecting the central circle elements.
PIGMENT USE AND LOCATION ON VESSEL: none
TYPE AND VARIETY (IF KNOWN): cf. Crockett Curvilinear Incised
Decorative elements on Crockett Curvilinear Incised olla or short-necked bottle from the Wright Plantation site (41RR7).
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American Southwest, Caddo, Ceramic, Pottery, Archaeology, Anthropology
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