By Donald L. Hardesty, Barbara J. Little
Assessing website Significance is a useful source for archaeologists and others who want information in settling on no matter if websites are eligible for directory within the nationwide check in of historical locations (NRHP). as the register's eligibility standards have been principally constructed for status websites, it really is tough to grasp in any specific case no matter if a domain recognized essentially via archaeological paintings has enough "historical significance" to be indexed.
Hardesty and Little tackle those demanding situations, describing tips to dossier for NRHP eligibility and the way to figure out the old importance of archaeological houses. This moment version brings every thing brand new, and contains new fabric on seventeenth- and 18th-century websites, conventional cultural homes, shipwrecks, eastern internment camps, and armed forces homes.
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P. 109, A-S, PI. 10), and the "spit supports" described on page 61 (A-S", PI. 30). B3y. Three-colour ware, with black and red (often orange-red) patterns on a white ground. " The vases are always polished. B38. Black on red ware with linear designs, often matt. This class in small fragments has a superficial resemblance to some specimens of the This category The : ' Pottery, B and F IVares 17 second category of B3a, but differs from it very much in the character of the patterns and in the shapes of the vases, amongst which a peculiar kind of jug (Fig.
Large, spouted bowls with horseshoe bases, and two lugs with Vip. Fig, 23 a. several fragments horizontal string holes by side of them base, small (lat see Fig. 24 c bowls curving gradually to a Dec|i r;?. : : : this the is r^T. tyj)ical good many pieces were found. three or dippers with triangular handles on the rim shape of Stratum lY Small ladles ; a : fragments. Deep bowls with thick walls and slightly roundetl bottoms, with No complete example, but ribbon handles and lugs placed alternately.
A38. Red on white painted ware, Lianokladhi style. g. ' name We use the word biscuit in the technical sense in which for the baked clay. " it See Chapter is employed by 111. potters, as a convenient Pottery, A Wares 15 valley, but it is so different in technique that it is better to class it separately. vases were first covered with a creamy white slip, and over that was applied a thick coat of red paint. While the latter was still damp the potter took some fairly sharp instrument, such as a splinter of wood, and made a red on white pattern by scraping off part of the outer coat of red paint.