TYPE: Dublan Polychrome
DATE: A.D. 1250 to 1475 (Rakita and Raymond, 2003;160)
COMMON BACKGROUND COLOR(S): Dull ivory white to tan (not slipped).
KEY DIFFERENCES: Red and black designs often with obliterated corrugation that is in a band near the neck or the entire upper area of the jar. Often there are simple polychrome designs on the corrugation as well.
Rubbed Indented Corrugated
1Y Dublan Polychrome Jar with a painted neck (Rubbed Indented Corrugated Variety).
Approximate Dimensions: 7 1/2" by 7"
2N Dublan Polychrome Jar (Rubbed Indented Corrugated Variety)
3N Dublan Polychrome Jar (Incised Variety)
4Y Dublan Polychrome Jar with a non-painted neck
(actually there is a little red that appears to have been accidental).
Approximate Dimensions: 8" by 7"
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