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Brice Prairie Phase, Perrot Punctate, v. Inner Lip

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Type: Perrot Punctate, Variety Inner Lip

Shoulder Description: punctate-border shoulder motif found above and/or below either nested chevrons or panels of horizontal or oblique tool trails that are always separated by panels of vertical tool trails. Occasionally concentric circles (“targets”) or crosses are associated with these motifs (Boszhardt 1994: 194).

Lip Decoration: Continusous tool notching always located on interior lip. Notches may be oriented either perpendicular or obllque to the left or right (228).

Culture: Oneota, La Crosse Locality

Period: Late Prehistoric Period, Brice Prairie Phase, A.D. 1300-1400

Site: North Shore, 47LC185-3

Provenience: Feature 4 Level 1

Artifact ID: 84.129.12

Curated at: Mississippi Valley Archaeology Center, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, La Crosse, Wisconsin.

Citation: Boszhardt, Robert F.
1994 Oneota Group Continuity at La Crosse: The Brice Prairie, Pammel Creek, and Valley View Phases. The Wisconsin Archaeologist 75(3-4): 173-236.