Cole Plain Ceramic Rimsherd   Save
Cole Plain Ceramic Rimsherd
Description: This large fragment is from the rim of a large Cole Plain ceramic vessel. The rim was formed by folding over the side wall to create a thick rim strip. The surface is plain with the exception of some cordmarking directly beneath the rim. The exterior is brown in color, while the interior is reddish brown. This piece comes from Cole Culture. Archaeologists recognize the Cole and Cole/Baldwin groups as some of Late Woodland societies that lived throughout Ohio. The Cole occupied the Delaware and Muskingum County areas after A.D. 1000. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: A3019_000144
Subjects: Woodland culture; Pottery, Prehistoric;
Places: Cole Plain Ceramic Rimsherd