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Winter Park Brushed


Historic Seminole brushed pottery named by John Goggin.

Sorting Criteria

Reticulation of brushed lines on limestone-tempered pottery. May have either pinches or regular punctations that occur along or near the rim. Rims are recurved, flaring on jars, and slightly incurving on bowls. Lips are flattened, tapered, or rounded. Known forms are globular, round-bottomed, constricted neck, and outflaring rim. Bowls are open-mouthed and low.

Geographical Range
Northern Florida and perhaps southern Georgia.
Chronological Range
Eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries A.D.
Surface Treatment
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