TYPE: Point of Pines Corrugated

DATE: A.D. 1000 to 1400 (Wood, 1987:77)

KEY DIFFERENCES: Usually not as well made as Late Reserve and Tularosa corrugated types. The corrugation is generally sloppier, and the interiors are usually not as black or polished. Early Reserve corrugated may often be difficult if not impossible to separate from Point of Pines Corrugated.



Indented Corrugated

Obliterated (Smeared) Corrugated

Zoned (Corrugated and Indented Corrugated)


1N Point of Pines Corrugated, indented corrugated variety.

Approximate Dimensions: 12" by 10"



2Y Point of Pines Miniature Corrugated Jar

Approximate Dimensions: 2 3/4" by 2 1/2"



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