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Tucker Ridge Pinched


This type was originally named by Gordon Willey for the Florida Gulf Coast. Named after the Tucker site, 8Fr4, in Franklin County, Florida.

Sorting Criteria

Pinched ridges on sand-tempered pottery. The ridges are in vertical rows. Known vessel forms include flattened-globular bowls, globular jars, and cylindrical beakers. Rims are incurved, and incurved with a short recurve at the orifice. Rims also have exterior flat folds. Lips are round-pointed or flat. Flat lips also have an incised line with triangular punctations on the top.

Geographical Range
The Florida Gulf Coast. Present but rare in southwestern Georgia.
Chronological Range
Late Woodland, Weeden Island.
Surface Treatment
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