Back to all terms

Brice Prairie Phase, Brice Prairie Trailed, v. zig-zag

Link to Oneota Pottery

Pot sherd

Link to 3D image

Type: Brice Prairie Trailed with Zig-zag

Shoulder Description: Two or three parallel tool-trail lines in the form of angular zig-zags that encircle the vessel at the top of the shoulder and crown vertical tool trails. Vertical trails are usually closely spaced. (Boszhardt 1994: 230).

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: Sanford Archaeological District, 47LC394-30

Provenience: Feature 204

Artifact ID: 2003.1486.72

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.