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Orange Incised


Named after Orange County, Florida, by James B. Griffin.

Sorting Criteria

Incising on fiber-tempered pottery. Designs include nested chevrons, nested squares or diamonds, hatched oblique lines in a band, or triangular area with oblique hatching. Rims are simple and straight with a rounded or slightly flattened lip.

Geographical Range
This is a Florida type, found along the St Johns River and sporadically along the coast. It occurs in extreme southeastern Georgia on Cumberland Island.
Chronological Range
Late Archaic-Early Woodland, Orange period.
Surface Treatment
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