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The broken sherds from this small pot were recovered during excavations by Kansas Historical Society archeologists at the Nulik site in Sumner County. The excavations revealed a Great Bend aspect house and associated midden (refuse heap or mound). The pot's maker incised an undulating mark around the shoulder of the vessel. Then molded clay was added along the line. Most of the molded clay has now fallen off and the traces of the incised guide line are faint. When archeologists reconstructed the pot later they added plaster to fill in the missing spaces.

Date: 1000 CE-1500 CE

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Item Number: 315215
Call Number: 14SR305-125 Feature 13
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 315215

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