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Handled Pot

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Mississippian artist, Handled Pot, pre-contact, glazed clay, The Elizabeth Cole Butler Collection, no known copyright restrictions, 2013.17.15

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Title

Handled Pot

Artist

Mississippian artist (Mississippian)

Date

pre-contact

Medium

glazed clay

Dimensions (H x W x D)

7 in x 9 in diam.

Collection Area

Native American Art

Category

Southeast

Ceramics

Object Type

pot

Cultural Group

Mississippian

Credit Line

The Elizabeth Cole Butler Collection

Accession Number

2013.17.15

Copyright

no known copyright restrictions

Terms

ceramics

clay

Mississippian

pots

Temple Mound period

The Elizabeth Cole Butler Collection

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