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Ripley Engraved Ceramics: Taxonomic Re-Classification into New Types and Associated Varieties
Journal of Northeast Texas Archaeology
Ripley Engraved was initially defined by Suhm and Krieger and Suhm and Jelks from large numbers of ceramic vessels recovered in excavations by University of Texas archaeologists and avocational archaeologists from what are now known to be post-A.D. 1450 ancestral Caddo sites of the Titus phase in parts of the Sulphur, Big Cypress, and Sabine stream basins in East Texas. Far-flung examples of Ripley Engraved are also present in McCurtain phase features on the middle Red River, on the Red River in Northwest Louisiana, and in Salt Lick phase sites in the middle part of the Sabine River basin. A major vessel database compiled by McKinnon has 1542 Ripley Engraved vessels in it, including mainly carinated bowls, but also bottles, bowls, compound bowls, and jars.
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