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Refuge Incised


Named for the Refuge site north of Savannah, on the Savannah River, which was excavated by Antonio Waring.

Sorting Criteria

Incising on sand/grit-tempered pottery. Incising is poorly executed and is usually shallow. Rims are incurving to straight. Lips are rounded to squared. The most common vessel form is a hemispherical bowl, but straight sided jars also occur.

Geographical Range
Lower Savannah River and upper Georgia Coast.
Chronological Range
Early Woodland period, Refuge I.
Surface Treatment
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