TYPE: Tres Alamos Red-on-Brown

DATE: A.D. 900 to 1100 (Tuthill, 1947;64)

PRIMARY BOWL DESIGN PLACEMENT: Interiors

COMMON DESIGNS: Many designs look Mogollon, with a central star motif, while many other designs resemble Sedentary Period Hohokam styles.

KEY DIFFERENCES: Red designs painted on a white slip.

OTHER COMMON TYPES WITH SIMILAR DESIGN STYLES:

Mogollon - Three Circle Red-on-White

Hohokam - Rincon Red-on-White and Sacaton Red-on-Buff

COMMENTS: This type should have been named what it is; Red-on-White.

 

 

 

1Y Tres Alamos Red-on-Brown Bowl

Approximate Dimensions: 9" by 5"

 

 

2N Tres Alamos Red-on-Brown Flare Rim Bowl

 

Revised: 08/25/2011

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