SITE NAME OR SITE NUMBER: Geo. W. Sentell
CONTEXT INFORMATION: From a grave excavated by W. L. Conevy in 1909.
ACCESSION NO.: 5425-3627
VESSEL NO.: V-1121
NON-PLASTICS: grog and bone
VESSEL FORM: Bottle with straight to slightly bulging neck
RIM AND LIP FORM: direct rim with a rounded and exterior folded lip
CORE COLOR: B (fired and cooled in a reducing or low oxygen environment)
INTERIOR SURFACE COLOR: very dark gray
EXTERIOR SURFACE COLOR: black
WALL THICKNESS (RIM, BODY, AND BASE IN MM): 4.1 mm, rim
INTERIOR SURFACE TREATMENT: none
EXTERIOR SURFACE TREATMENT: burnished
HEIGHT (IN CM): 20.7
ORIFICE DIAMETER (IN CM): 4.8
DIAMETER AT BOTTOM OF RIM OR NECK (IN CM): 5.2 at the neck; 13.1 at the widest part of the body
BASE DIAMETER (IN CM): 5.6
ESTIMATED VOLUME (IN LITERS): 0.46 liters
DECORATION: The body has vertical interlocking trailed scrolls repeated four times. Encircling the upper part of the bottle body, directly under the neck, are four sets of horizontal trailed lines, each with eight trailed lines.
TYPE: cf. Keno Trailed, var. McClendon (see Schambach and Miller 1984:Figure 11-41a).
Keno Trailed, var. McClendon bottle (5425-3627).
Keno Trailed, var. McClendon bottle from the Geo. Sentell Place (5425-3627). Drawing by Bobby Gonzalez.
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American Southwest, Caddo, Ceramic, Pottery, Archaeology, Anthropology
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