SITE NAME OR SITE NUMBER: H. R. Taylor
VESSEL NO.: 190, Burial A-14
VESSEL FORM: Jar
NON-PLASTICS AND PASTE: grog and bone
RIM AND LIP FORM: Everted rim and rounded lip
CORE COLOR: F (fired in a reducing environment and cooled in the open air)
INTERIOR SURFACE COLOR: yellowish-brown; fire clouds on the body
EXTERIOR SURFACE COLOR: yellowish-brown; fire clouds on the body and base
WALL THICKNESS (IN MM): rim, 6.2 mm
INTERIOR SURFACE TREATMENT: smoothed
EXTERIOR SURFACE TREATMENT: none
HEIGHT (IN CM): 14.2
ORIFICE DIAMETER (IN CM): 11.0
DIAMETER AT BOTTOM OF RIM OR NECK (IN CM): 10.6
BASE DIAMETER (IN CM) AND SHAPE OF BASE: 6.0 cm, circular and rounded
ESTIMATED VOLUME (IN LITERS): 0.9
DECORATION (INCLUDING MOTIF AND ELEMENTS WHEN APPARENT): The rim has a tool punctated row below the lip as well as another row at the rim-body juncture. Between the punctated rows are diagonal incised lines.
The vessel body is divided into four panels by four vertical appliqued fillets. The panels are filled with alternating sets of diagonal or vertical incised lines.
PIGMENT USE AND LOCATION ON VESSEL: none
TYPE AND VARIETY (IF KNOWN): Pease Brushed-Incised
Pease Brushed-Incised jar, No. 190, H. R. Taylor site.
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American Southeast, Caddo, Ceramic, Pottery, Archaeology, Anthropology
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