SITE NAME OR SITE NUMBER: Battle Place
CONTEXT INFORMATION: From a grave on the Henry Moore (Battle) place. It was plowed-out by Dan Jenkins, 1935. Associated with V-1740.
ACCESSION NO.: 5425-704
VESSEL NO.: V-1741
NON-PLASTICS: grog and bone (less than 5% of the paste)
VESSEL FORM: Bottle with a long neck
RIM AND LIP FORM: Direct rim with a rounded lip
CORE COLOR: B (fired and cooled in a low oxygen environment)
INTERIOR SURFACE COLOR: grayish-brown
EXTERIOR SURFACE COLOR: very dark gray
WALL THICKNESS (RIM, BODY, AND BASE IN MM): 4.4 mm, rim
INTERIOR SURFACE TREATMENT: smoothed on the upper neck
EXTERIOR SURFACE TREATMENT: burnished on the neck and body
HEIGHT (IN CM): 22.5
ORIFICE DIAMETER (IN CM): 4.6
DIAMETER AT BOTTOM OF RIM OR NECK (IN CM): 5.6; 13.0 cm wide at the widest part of the vessel body
BASE DIAMETER (IN CM): N/A, rounded base
ESTIMATED VOLUME (IN LITERS): 0.52
DECORATION: The top of the vessel body has five horizontal engraved lines, along with four sets of six vertical rows of appliqued nodes. Below these elements are four sets of concentric engraved semi-circles in a panel that ends near the mid-point of the body; two of the semi-circles form a narrow hatched band. The central and smallest semi-circle has two small engraved dashes within it. Underneath the vertical appliqued nodes, and dividing the sets of engraved semi-circles, is a hatched engraved bracket with half of a negative S-shaped area within it.
TYPE: Friendship Engraved
Friendship Engraved bottle (5425-704).
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American Southwest, Caddo, Ceramic, Pottery, Archaeology, Anthropology
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