Named by Gordon Willey for material from the Englewood Mound, 8So1, in Sarasota County, Florida. In Bullen (1967) the type is said to be "not a useful type, should be discarded". No one to our knowledge has used this name in Georgia, but it may occur in extreme southern Georgia. It probably is a type that can be ignored and is listed here simply for completeness.
Plain sand-tempered pottery. Vessel forms include boat-shaped bowls, simple open bowls, and ollas or jars with short out-flared collars. Rim forms are direct, incurved, and may have marginal thickening.