TYPE: Medicine Gray

DATE: A.D. 890 to 1060 (Oppelt 2002:33)

KEY DIFFERENCES: Neck corrugation only, body is smooth. Corrugation finer than Kana-a Gray. Corrugation can be clapboard or indented coils usually 3 to 5 mm. wide.

1Y (750) Anasazi Tusayan Gray Ware, Medicine Gray Jar

Approximate Dimensions: 4" by 4"

Recommended Reading:

Handbook of Northern Arizona Pottery Wares

By H.S. Colton & L.L. Hargrave, 1937

Pottery Types of the Southwest

By H.S. Colton, 1955


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