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Satilla Plain


This was named by Frankie Snow in south-central Georgia for material that was a semi-fiber tempered that is, fiber tempered with the addition of sand. This may represent a transition series from fiber tempered to sand-tempered pottery. Named after the Satilla River, this is part of what Snow called the Satilla series. See Willacoochee Check Stamped also.

Sorting Criteria

Plain pottery with mixed fiber and sand-tempered paste.

Geographical Range
The interior coastal region and perhaps south-central Georgia.
Chronological Range
Late Archaic, Early Woodland.
Surface Treatment
Pottery Image(s)