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Aztec West Ruin: Ceramic and Perishable Artifacts from the 1984 West Ruin Accession 61 Excavation Project

PROJECT [ID: 368170] Uploaded by: Lori Reed

This project includes images of ceramic and perishable artifacts from Accession AZRU-61 recovered during the 1984 Archeological Investigations for Modifications to West Ruin Drainage project. Excavations associated with the project were under the direction of Jim Trott of the National Park Service, Santa Fe support office. In addition to trench excavations in the Aztec West plaza, several rooms (225, 221, 222, 223, 129, 158(2), 204, 232, and 255) in the north and west wings of the great house...


Aztec West Ruin: Perishable Artifacts and Pottery from Excavations by the American Museum of Natural History

PROJECT [ID: 365184] Lori Reed. Laurie Webster.

Digital images of pottery and perishable items recovered from Earl Morris' excavations of Aztec West Ruin between 1916 and 1922. Although Morris' excavations at Aztec were extensive, his analysis and descriptions of the artifact assemblage were cursory. In 2003, Laurie Webster and Lori Stephens Reed began systematic analysis, documentation, and digital imaging of pottery and perishables from Morris' Aztec West Ruin collections housed at the American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY and...


Ceramic: Escavada Black-on-white jar sherds, Accession AZRU-00061 (2005)

IMAGE [ID: 373709] Lori Reed.

Escavada Black-on-white jar body fragments of nonlocal origin from Room 225, Aztec West Ruin, Accession AZRU-00061. Analysis by Tori Myers and Lori Reed, 2005. Image Aztec Acc61 Ceramic 39: exterior view of jar sherds showing painted design; left: Catalog #7593, FS169; right: Catalog #13215, FS72.


Ceramic: Escavada Black-on-white, bowl, AZRU-00001/976 (2006)

IMAGE [ID: 374119] Lori Reed.

Escavada Black-on-white, bowl, Accession AZRU-00001, Catalog #976, Morris FS 4579. Analyzed by Lori Reed 2006. Washy white slip and sand/sherd temper indicate manufacture in the Chaco Cibola region. Bowl is 100% complete with about 70% original vessel and 30% a reconstruction with unknown paster material. Measurements: 19 cm orifice diameter, 8.7 cm height. Image AZRU1-976 A: interior view showing painted design. Image AZRU1-976 B: exterior view showing shape of bowl. Recovered from Earl Morris...


Ceramic: Escavada Black-on-white, bowl, AZRU-00008/4994 (2006)

IMAGE [ID: 374159] Lori Reed.

Escavada Black-on-white, bowl (fragmentary), Accession AZRU-00008, Catalog #4994, Morris FS 4588. Analyzed by Lori Reed 2006. Sand/shale temper and low-fired silty paste suggest the bowl was manufactured at Aztec or another site in the Middle San Juan region. Bowl fragments represent only about 50% of vessel. Measurements: 28 cm orifice diameter; height unknown. Image AZRU8-4994 A: rim fragments showing interior design (top) and exterior surface of rim showing strap handle (lower right)....


Ceramic: Escavada Black-on-white, bowl, AZRU8-2091 (2011)

IMAGE [ID: 374685] Lori Reed.

Escavada Black-on-white, bowl, Accession AZRU-00008 Catalog #2091. Morris FS 2477. Analyzed by Lori Reed 2011. Temper is sand and sherd suggesting manufacture in the Chaco Cibola region. Vessel is 90% restored with unknown adhesive and 10% unknown plaster reconstruction. Measurements: 16 cm diameter, 7.9 cm height. Image AZRU8-2091 A: view of interior showing painted design (note on right side of rim a broken section that may have been the attachment for an applique or appendage). Image...


Ceramic: Escavada Black-on-white, frog effigy (fragment), AZRU-00008/5023 (2006)

IMAGE [ID: 374125] Lori Reed.

Escavada Black-on-white, probable frog effigy vessel (fragment), Accession AZRU-00008, Catalog #5023, Morris FS 4220. Analyzed by Lori Reed 2006. Sand/sherd temper and bright white washy slip suggests the bowl was manufactured in the Chaco Cibola region. Fragments represent less than 20% of vessel. Image AZRU8-5223 A: fragment of head and face showing washy white slip and painted design. Single dot is the eye which is painted over a slight protrusion representing the eyeball of the effigy....


Ceramic: Escavada Black-on-white, frog effigy seed jar (fragment), AMNH 29.0/7528 (2004)

IMAGE [ID: 365200] Lori Reed.

Escavada Black-on-white, frog effigy seed jar, AMNH Accession 29.0, Catalog #7528, Morris FS 1121. Analyzed by Lori Reed 2004. Temper is sand in a silty paste and slip is washy but silty suggesting manufacture at Aztec or elsewhere in the Middle San Juan region. Effigy is only about 25% complete. Image AMNH 29/7528 A: side view showing rim. Image AMNH 29/7528 B: base view showing sculpted legs. Recovered from Earl Morris' excavation of Room 48, West Ruin, Aztec Ruins. Room 48 is in the east...


Ceramic: Escavada Black-on-white, ungulate animal effigy, AMNH29.1/3210 (2004)

IMAGE [ID: 372050] Lori Reed.

Escavada Black-on-white, ungulate animal effigy, Chaco Cibola, AMNH Accession 29.1, Catalog #3210. Analyzed by Lori Reed 2004. Medium quartz sand temper (exposed on surface) and washy slip indicate manufacture in the Chaco region. Effigy is poorly reconstructed with plaster material and commercial paint. Head, legs, and parts of the body are original, but at least 50% is a reconstruction. Measurements: 2 cm rim diameter (top of head), 10.1 cm height from feet to back, 17 cm height from feet to...


Ceramic: Worked sherds, chipped and ground disks, Accession AZRU-000061 (2005)

IMAGE [ID: 373694] Lori Reed.

Worked sherds, disks formed by grinding or chipping, Aztec West Ruin, Accession AZRU-00061. Analysis by Tori Myers and Lori Reed, 2005. Image Aztec Acc61 Ceramic 19: top row: Pueblo III style b/w small ground disk (Catalog #7587, FS166, Room 225); Pueblo III style b/w small disk (Catalog #9991, FS8, Room 204); Pueblo III style b/w small chipped disk (Catalog #6621, FS34, Room 232); White Mountain Red Ware indeterminate polychrome chipped and ground disk (Catalog #9951, FS12, Room 129); Mesa...


Ceramics, Lithics, and Ornaments of Chaco Canyon: An Analysis of Artifacts from Chaco Project, 1971-1978 Volume 1 Ceramics (1997)

DOCUMENT [ID: 378171] Uploaded by: system user

To improve management and interpretation of Chaco Canyon National Monument (now Chaco Culture National Historical Park) and to increase knowledge about the environment and its effects on cultural adaptations in the Chaco drainage of northwestern New Mexico (Figure l.l), a multidisciplinary research project was initiated in 1969 by the National Park Service, in cooperation with the University of New Mexico (Maruca 1982). Fieldwork began in 1971 with a sample transect survey, followed by a...

Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America