Late Mississippian (Other Keyword)
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Late Mississippian (AD 1300-1580) ceramic typologies on the Georgia coast broadly group pottery based on 1) temper (coarse grit) and 2) surface decoration (incising, stamping, and rim decoration). Recently, Late Archaic and Mission period pottery studies focused on small-scale ceramic variations, which reflect micro-styles, were successful in identifying patterns related to past pottery communities of practice. Using a similar approach, I present data on three Late Mississippian village ceramic...
The Goheen Site: a Late Mississippian Site in Marshall County, Kentucky (1966)
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Investigating Late Mississippian Incised Pottery on St. Catherines Island, GA (2016)
Recent excavations at Fallen Tree (9Li8), St. Catherines Island, GA have recovered thousands of ceramics. Although the majority of the decorated sherds are complicated stamped, more than 500 sherds are incised, which is more than any St. Catherines Island Mississippian site. In this paper, I characterize Late Mississippian mortuary and village incised pottery on St. Catherines based on temper, rim attributes, designs, and incising techniques. In addition, I examine vessel forms and sizes to...