A Ceramic Sequence from the Pyramid of the Sun, Teotihuacan, Mexico, Volume 75
Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, 1987 - Crafts & Hobbies - 375 pages
This volume dates the constructional development of the Pyramid of the Sun by means of the associated ceramic material from the excavations and presents a comprehensive analysis of the pottery and ceramics found at the site.
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Objectives of the Study
Wares Groups Types and Varieties
Methods of Decoration
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applique base sherds beveled-out body sherds bowls with flaring bowls with lateral bowls with restricted brown 10 YR brown-and-black Brown-black Type censers Ceramic Complex Ceramic Group Composite Type cylinder tripods cylindrical vases Decoration and Kinds decorative techniques direct rim direct rounded Early Tlamimilolpa Early Tzacualli everted rim Finish and Paste flaring sides flat base Fluted gray Grooved hemispherical bowls highest terrace horizontal jars Kinds of Design Late Tlamimilolpa Late Tzacualli lateral angle lip diam lowest terrace Measurements by Form Methods of Decoration Miccaotli north side outcurving neck outcurving sides Paste Composition Patlachique pattern-polished percent Pisote pointed lip Principal Identifying Modes Provenience pyramid restricted orifice Rim Body Base rounded lip rounded sides scription based Sejourne 1966b sharp-incised sherds from Stratum slip color Specular Hematite Red Surface Finish Teotihuacan Burnished Teotihuacan Polished Ware texture Tezoyuca thickened thickness Type and/or Variety Uaxactun vertical vessel forms Ware sherds wide-everted rim Zorro
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