Pottery Analysis by Conflatable Loci
From examining the quantity of pottery produced by each locus, it immediately becomes apparent that the quantities of pottery are dramatically greater above the archaic floor than underneath it. Similarly, coarse and cooking wares make up a much greater percentage of the pottery in the archaic deposits than in those strata below. (see pg 161 for evidence that food production may have taken place here.) Conversely,
bucchero and buccheroid fabrics are more common in the top-cuts and below the archaic floor level than resting upon it. The presence of red- and cream-wares remains consistent throughout the loci. Impasto was least common in the top-cuts.
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