TUSAYAN GRAY WARE
(BROWNARE & CORRUGATED WARES)
KANA-A GRAY (NECKBANDED)
TYPE: Kana-A Gray (Neckbanded)
DATE: A.D. 760 to early 1100's (Oppelt 2008:20)
KEY DIFFERENCES: Vessels are smoothed except for the wide neck bands or coils that distinquish this type. Coils usually measure 8 to 14 mm. wide.
1Y (275) Anasazi Tusayan Gray Ware Kana-A Gray (Neckbanded) Pitcher.
Approximate Dimensions: 5 3/4" by 3 1/2"
By A.V. Kidder & S.J. Guernsey, 1919
Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin No. 65, Washington, D.C.
By A.V. Kidder, 1924
By E.H. Morris, 1927
By L.L. Hargrave, 1932
Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin No. 1, Flagstaff
By F.M Hawley, 1936
By H.S. Colton & L.L. Hargrave, 1937
By J.O. Brew, 1946
By H.S. Colton, 1946
By D. O'Bryan, 1950
El Palacio, Vol. 58, No. 4
The Archaeology of the Cebolleta Region: A Preliminary Report
By A.E. Dittert & R.J. Ruppe, 1951
By H.S. Colton, 1955 Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series 3A, Flagstaff
By A.E. Dittert & F.W. Eddy, 1963
By Charles C. DiPeso, 1967
by R.H. & F.C. Lister, 1969
By A.P. Olson, 1971
By R.A. Bice, 1975
Early Pithouse Ceramics
By J.R. Ambler, 1977
By S. Peckham, 1990
Northern Arizona Ceramic Styles: A Field Guide for Identification
By W.A. Lucius & D.A. Breternitz, 1992
By Norman T. Oppelt, 2007
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