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Pigeon Complicated Stamped


Named by Patricia Holden and revised by Bennie Keel, all from work in western North Carolina. This series has an iridescent sheen, and larger tetrapods than the similar, presumably later, Connestee series. Presumably named after the Pigeon River. Probably not a name that is very useful for Georgia.

Sorting Criteria

Complicated stamping on sand-tempered pottery. Perhaps related to Swift Creek Complicated Stamped.

Geographical Range
Western North Carolina and perhaps extreme northeastern Georgia.
Chronological Range
Late early Woodland to early Middle Woodland.
Surface Treatment