Cibola Corrugated: A Proposed New Pottery Type from the Southwest

Author(s): Thomas E. McGarry

Year: 1975


The purpose of this thesis is to describe a heretofore undescribed and unnamed pottery type from the Southwest. This has been accomplished by the traditional observational method and through the use of statistical techniques identifying stylistic attribute associations. Discrete attributes have been identified on Clbola Corrugated Pottery. Twelve of these exhibit frequencies sufficient for statistical analysis. Two groups of associated attributes, four each, were identified. The first group is comprised entirely of attributes found on the body of vessels. Multivariate cluster analysis was applied to this group and two prirnary attribute clusters were isolated.

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Cibola Corrugated: A Proposed New Pottery Type from the Southwest. Thomas E. McGarry. Masters Thesis. Wichita State University, Anthropology. 1975 ( tDAR id: 458637) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8458637

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Temporal Coverage

Calendar Date: 1225 to 1350 (Based on Tree RIng Dates)

Spatial Coverage

min long: -108.476; min lat: 35.031 ; max long: -108.236; max lat: 35.174 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Principal Investigator(s): Steven LeBlanc; Patty Jo Watson; Charles Redman

Sponsor(s): National Science Foundation

Repository(s): Arizona State University (ASU)

Prepared By(s): Washington University


General Note: Artifact repository: Arizona State University

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