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Walthour Complicated Stamped


This type was only made for a brief period in time possibly only 100 years. Named by Chester DePratter after the Walthour site in Chatham County.

Sorting Criteria

Complicated stamping on clay or grog-tempered pottery. Designs include concentric circles and figure-eights, but others may occur. Rims are straight. Lips are rounded or squared. Known vessel forms are conoidal jar and hemispherical bowls.

Geographical Range
The upper Georgia Coast.
Chronological Range
Middle Woodland, Wilmington I phase.
Surface Treatment