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This rim sherd was collected from a camp site in Chautauqua County and donated to the Kansas Historical Society in 1976. The rim sherd has grit temper, and though difficult to see, a series of diagonal rows of dentate stamping above a horizontal tool trailed line and a possible boss. Dentate stamping is a decorating technique that leaves tooth-like impressions. Dentate stamping is associated not only with Cuesta phase pottery, but also Kansas City Hopewell and Schultz phase pottery.

Date: 1 CE-1000 CE

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Item Number: 447235
Call Number: 14CT313 1976.43.26 Carr donation
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 447235

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