Fishing Lure Vessel (Accession # AL83.31) N.D. Final

Summary

The provenience of the Fishing Lure Vessel, also referred to as the “Fishing Lure Pot,” is unknown. However, it is known to have been taken from an area near site 9SW1 by a fisherman who claimed that it was caught on his fishing lure. When the fisherman brought the vessel to Frank Schnell and the Columbus Museum of Arts and Sciences, Schnell concluded that it had been “removed from a burial at the Rood site or a site from this same cultural period within Lake Walter F. George Property” (Huddleston 1998). Because of its indefinite origins, it was decided that this vessel should be its own investigation. As Schnell believed the Fishing Lure Vessel to have been removed from a burial, is was treated as NAGPRA-related material. This investigation was named “Fishing Lure Vessel (Accession #: AL83.31) N.D.” because the vessel was commonly referred to as the “Fishing Lure Vessel.”

The digital materials in this collection were processed by the Veterans Curation Program (VCP), and include an artifact database and artifact report. There are no additional materials held by the VCP.

Cite this Record

Fishing Lure Vessel (Accession # AL83.31) N.D. Final. ( tDAR id: 426709) ; doi:10.6067/XCV80R9S5P

Spatial Coverage

min long: -85.726; min lat: 30.335 ; max long: -80.958; max lat: 35.084 ;

Notes

General Note: The digital materials in this collection were processed by the Veterans Curation Program (VCP), and include an artifact database and artifact report. There are no additional materials held by the VCP.

Source Collections

Fishing Lure Vessel (Accession # AL83.31) N.D. Final collection stored at University of Georgia, Laboratory of Archaeology in Athens, Georgia.

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