MOGOLLON BROWN & RED WARES (NORTHERN TYPES)
TYPE: Three Circle Neck Corrugated
DATE: A.D. 775 to 900 (Oppelt, 2008;48)
KEY DIFFERENCES: Coils usually measure less than 7mm wide and average about 2 to 4 per cm. Three Circle Neck Corrugated have finer coils than Alma Neckbanded.
COMMENTS: Early examples of jars may only have a few coils around the neck while later examples may be corrugated from the rim down to the upper shoulder.
1N Three Circle Neck Corrugated Pitcher (Clapboard Variety) with a punctated handle.
Approximate Dimensions: 6" by 7".
2N Three Circle Neck Corrugated, Zoned Punctated Variety
3N Three Circle Neck Corrugated, Punctated Variety
4N Three Circle Neck Corrugated Pitcher (Punctate Variety)
Approximate Dimensions: 4 1/2" by 3"
Close-up of Tool Punched on vessel #4N
5Y Three Circle Zoned Neck Corrugated Pitcher with a braided handle.
Approximate Dimensions: 6" by 5 5/8"
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