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Woolfolk Incised


Dave Chase toyed with using this name for incised pottery found at the Walker Street site south of Columbus, but settled for X Incised instead, thus accidentally putting both names in the literature at the same time. Presumably named after the Woolfolk mound.

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Thin line incising on grit-tempered pottery. Maybe thin, late-middle-woodland-like rim folds. Closely related to Averett Incised.

Geographical Range
West Central Georgia.
Chronological Range
Late Woodland, perhaps just before Averett Incised.
Surface Treatment
Pottery Image(s)