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Newtown Cordmarked Ceramic Rimsherd
Description: This small fragment from a relatively large ceramic vessel has a flat rim with a slight outward flare. The exterior surface is Newtown cordmarked, and the cordmarking is more deeply impressed for 12 mm of the rim. The interior is reddish brown, while the exterior is brown. This piece comes from Newtown Culture. The Newtown people were a Late Woodland group who lived in southwestern and central Ohio from A.D. 400 to about 900. The Newtown people made pots of various sizes, including large storage containers. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: A0850_000165_002
Subjects: Woodland culture; Mound-builders; Pottery, Prehistoric;
Places: Newtown Cordmarked Ceramic Rimsherd