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    Mississippian Pottery Jug
    Southeast USA.
    Mississippian period, ca. 1200-1500 A.D.
    7-1/4"H.
    Bulbous-bodied olla standing on flat foot with stippled edge. The natural pottery color ground is decorated with red painted swirl desogns, as is the tapered neck. Repaired from about a dozen original pieces, cracks visible, paint loss and cracks. A crude attempt has been made at filling a few small missing areas with plaster.


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    March, 2008
    19th Wednesday
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