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Maker(s):Anonymous
Culture:Native American; Mogollon
Title:Jar
Date Made:200-1450 CE
Type:Container
Materials:unglazed clay
Place Made:United States; Southern New Mexico; Southern Arizona; Western Texas; United States; Northern Sonora; Northern Chihuahua; Mexico
Measurements:6 1/8 x 6 7/16 in. body diameter; 15.5575 x 16.3513 cm
Accession Number:  SC 1981.24.11
Credit Line:Gift of Katherine Gabel, class of 1959
Museum Collection:  Smith College Museum of Art
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Description:
This large Mogollon vessel is made from dark clay. The imprinted design on the outside of the vessel was created by pressing a woven cord, rope, or net against the clay when still wet. The vessel contains no painted designs. AP2018

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jars

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