Named by Robert Wauchope as part of the Woodstock series. Named after Woodstock, Georgia.
Medium to bold incising on sand / grit-tempered pottery. Decorations consist of horizontal lines or alternating bands of horizontal and diagonal lines. Lines sometimes have rows of jabbed punctuations. Known vessel forms include tall cylindrical vase/beakers with out-curving or in-sloping rims; jars with rounded sides; bowls with slightly flaring and straight to slightly out-curved sides; tall vases with straight, in-sloping sides; and deep vessels with straight, flaring walls, which turn straight upward below tapered, thin lips. This last vessel form is found exclusively in Woodstock. Lips are usually flat or rounded.