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This gorget, a flat ornament generally worn over the chest or throat, was recovered from the Infinity archeological site in Montgomery County. The polished stone gorget has two conically drilled holes, used for attachment. The Infinity site is a multicomponent village with five house structures, a midden and many other features. It was occupied from the late Archaic period through the Middle Ceramic period. This artifact was found in a midden associated with the Early Ceramic period (1 - 1000 CE).

Date: 1 - 1000 CE

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Gorget from the Infinity Site, 14MY305 - 1

Item Number: 513100
Call Number: 14MY305-7009
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 513100

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