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These rim and body sherds were recovered from a multicomponent site in Linn County, occupied periodically from the Archaic to the Historic periods. The pottery is similar to that of the Trowbridge phases of the Kansas City Hopewell variant and to Cuesta Decorated dentate stamped pottery of the Cuesta phase of eastern Kansas. Dentate stamping is a decorative technique that leaves tooth-like impressions. These sherds show zones of dentate stamping in addition to four bosses below the lip.

Date: 1 CE-500 CE

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Item Number: 443687
Call Number: 14LN344-2 & 14LN344-2-5
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 443687

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