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CUGL61398, Cane-coloured Earthenware Type 1

Creator(s): La Trobe University ; Penny Crook

Year: 2002

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Summary

Cane-coloured Earthenware Type 1 from the CUGL1994 ceramic assemblage. (Catalogue Number: CUGL61398)


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Cite this Record

CUGL61398, Cane-coloured Earthenware Type 1. La Trobe University, Penny Crook. 2002 ( tDAR id: 407430) ; doi:10.6067/XCV87M0B0S





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Spatial Coverage

min long: 151.186; min lat: -33.871 ; max long: 151.221; max lat: -33.846 ;

Record Identifiers

TDAR ID(s): 7112

FAIMS ID(s): repo.fedarch.org/image/7112

Notes

Administration Note: EAMC images were first uploaded in 2012 groups from the site and/or of the same type. They were split into individual records in 2017 following the transfer from the FAIMS Repository to the FAIMS Collection.

Rights & Attribution: © EAMC Industry Partners 2002, 2012, 2017


Additional Metadata

IDNumber: 61398.0

CatalogueNumber: CUGL61398

Site: CUGL1994

Unit: D052

UnitandArea: D052

PhaseA: 3.0

PhaseB: 5.0

Function: Unidentified

FunctionQ: false

Subfunction: Unidentified

SubfunctionQ: false

Arteclass: Ceramic

Material: Fine earthenware

MaterialQ: false

Integrity: IE

Quantity: 2.0

Portion: Body

Decoration: SINGLE GLAZE

Colour: Brown, Light

Technique of Manufacture: unid

TSName: Cane Col Earthenware

TSNo: 1.0

TSDetails: T

Notes: MISC.

BoxNumber: 1145

MNVID: 0.0

MNVQty: 0

MNVtocheck: true

MNVverified: false

LabelPrinted: true

RecordAdmin: TechniqueManuf was 'unid'. Changed on Data merge.

QRChecked: false

Images: CUGL61398.jpg

Activity: No coding sheet value for code: Food Preparation

ActivityQ: No coding sheet value for code: false

File Information

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