TYPE: Abajo Red-on-Orange

DATE: A.D. 700 to 850 (Oppelt 2008,1 )

BOWL DESIGN PLACEMENT: Interiors.

COMMON DESIGNS: Wide straight and/or wavy lines usually encircling the vessel in a simple manor.  Some designs employ medium lines, solid flags or barbs, dots, and ticking. The wide linework can be approximately 1/4" to greater than 1" wide. Medium linework is approximately 1/8" wide.

KEY DIFFERENCES: Red designs on a non-slipped orange paste.

 

 

1Y Abajo Red-on-Orange Sherds

 

 

REFERENCES :

List of Southwestern Pottery Types and Wares

By Norman "Ted" Oppelt, 2008

Prehistoric Southwest Pottery Types and Wares

N.T. Oppelt, 2007

Norman T. Oppelt, Greeley, Colorado.

http://www.crowcanyon.org/ResearchReports/LabManual/LaboratoryManual.pdf

Crow Canyon Archaeological Center Labratory Manual, Version 1, May 2005

Earth, Water and Fire: The Prehistoric Pottery of Mesa Verde

N.T. Oppelt, 1991

Johnson Publishing Company, Boulder, Colorado

Generations in Clay: Pueblo Pottery of the American Southwest

Dittert & Plog, 1980

Northland Press, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Archaeology of Alkali Ridge, Southeastern Utah

John Otis Brew, 1946

Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology Vol. 21

Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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