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Lake Jackson Plain


Named for the famous Lake Jackson site in the northern city limits of Tallahassee, Florida.

Sorting Criteria

Plain pottery with sand and medium-grit temper. Known vessel forms include cazuela bowls, collared globular bowls, and frog effigy bowls. Rims exhibit a wide variety of variations. Lips are pointed, rounded pointed, and flat or squared. Appendages include vertical lugs, loop handles, and strap handles.

Geographical Range
Northwestern Florida and southwestern Georgia.
Chronological Range
Middle to Late Mississippian Fort Walton period, continuing into the historic Leon-Jefferson period.
Surface Treatment
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