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Pot1 Culture: Mississippian
4 Strap Bowl THIN - Mississippian Culture - Arkansas Find
Yes it was a 4 strap vessel but somewhere in its ancient useage 2 of the applied straps came off. The pot is made. The strap is made, then applied to the bowl. Its a weak spot where they join so this is not untypical. Very thin vessel measuring 4-1/4" tall x 4-5/8" at widest point. No restoration, breaks, or cracks. Just 2 pottery strap handles that are somewhere on this earth.
(Mississippi Co. Arkansas)    
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Pot2 Culture: Mississippian
Mississippian Culture Pottery Bottle - Arkansas Find
This is a nice size bottle that shows some colorful firing colors. It is 6" tall x by 6" at the widest point. Pretty good potter here. Symmetrical, solid except for one small piece of rim that broke out and has been glued back in. None missing. This usually happens when someone puts their thumb in the bowl and picks it up pullig out a piece of the rim. DOOM ON U. An extremelly well made vessel.
(Mississippi Co. Arkansas)    
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ThiaPot1 Culture: PreColumbian
Ban Chang Pottery Vessel from Thialand - 3600 B.C.
Ban Chiang is located on the Korat Plateau in north eastern Thailand. It is the plateau where the discovery of thousands of years old pottery was found. Previously this area was thought to be an uncivilized backwater, although it actually possessed a highly developed culture that had a great impact on the whole region. The deepest levels at Ban Chiang can be dated to B.C. 3,600. The early pots are undecorated or have simple pressed or incised patterns. The ones from later periods are superbly shaped vessels of buff color clay decorated with swirling, fingerprint-like designs. Besides pots, Ban Chiang made many types of ceremics such as vases, jars, animal figurines, ladles, crucibles, phalli, spindle whorls and beads. Unglazed, low-fired pottery has been found at other sites throught Thailand. One of the major ones is at Ban Kao in Kanchanaburi province, north eastern of Thailand. From Ban Kao, the historians found distinctive earthenware pieces including tripod vessels with hollow tapering legs. Another site with particular fine examples was unearthed in the 1980's at Ban Prasat. Ban Prasat ware is typically in black or red clay. The pieces have less decoration than Ban Chiang, but the shapes are equally distinctive.

This vessel is 6-3/4" wide x 3-7/8's tall. It is solid with no restoration or damage other then an ancient pressure crack running from the rim. It has good color and size.

(Korat Plateau, Thailand)    
$85.00   Available

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MarksvilleSite Culture: Related Books
"Archaeology and Ceramics at the Marksville Site" by Alan Toth - Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana - 1974
Anthropological Papers, Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan #56. Paperback with 131 pages. It covers pottery style in Louisiana called Marksville that is elaborately decorated with designs and motiefs. A little ink stain below Marksville on the cover, otherwise no marking or highlighting. Very good condition for a 1974 printing.
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