SITE NO.: 41MR12
FEATURE: Burial III
VESSEL NO.: 41MR12-46
VESSEL FORM: Double or compound vessel, upper part is a carinated bowl and the lower part is a bottle body form. There are two suspension holes on the rim of the carinated bowl part of the vessel.
CORE COLOR: Undetermined
WALL THICKNESS: 4.1 mm
INTERIOR SURFACE TREATMENT: smoothed on the carinated bowl part of the vessel
EXTERIOR SURFACE TREATMENT: burnished
HEIGHT: 13.0 cm
ORIFICE DIAMETER: 8.4 cm on the carinated bowl part of the vessel
DIAMETER AT BOTTOM OF RIM OR NECK: N/A
BASE DIAMETER: undetermined, rounded base
ESTIMATED VOLUME: 0.65 liters
DECORATION: The carinated bowl portion of the vessel has discontinuous hatched scrolls repeated three times (characteristic of var. Darco of the Simms Engraved type), as well as two horizontal engraved lines on the body part of the carinated bowl section while the bottle portion of the vessel (the Hodges Engraved decoration) has cross-hatched zones with negative ovals and curvilinear scrolls.
TYPE: Simms Engraved, var. Darco (see Perttula 2007) and Hodges Engraved
Compound engraved vessel with Simms Engraved and Hodges Engraved motifs, MR12-46.
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American Southeast, Caddo, Ceramic, Pottery, Archaeology, Anthropology
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