(PLAIN & CORRUGATED WARES)
TYPE: Lino Gray
A.K.A. Obelisk Gray
DATE: A.D. 500 to early 900's (Oppelt,2002:30)
KEY DIFFERENCES: Rough exterior, often quartz-sand protrudes thru surface.
TEMPER: Quartz - sand
Comments: Polished variety has been known in the past as Obelisk Gray and Lino Polished.
Close-up of typical Lino Gray Surface
1N Anasazi Lino Gray Pitcher (Un-polished Variety).
2Y Anasazi Lino Gray Pitcher (Un-polished Variety).
Approximate Dimensions: 6 1/2" by 5 3/4"
3Y Anasazi Lino Gray Ladle
Approximate Dimensions: 6 1/2" by 3 1/4" by 1 1/2"
4Y Anasazi Lino Gray Ladle
Approximate Dimensions: 7 1/2" by 3 7/8" by 1 7/8"
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