Ancestral Pueblo: Southern Colorado Plateau (Anasazi)Western AnasaziTusayan (Kayenta)Tusayan Utlity WareJeddito Tooled

Type Name: Jeddito Tooled

Period: 1300 A.D. - 1600 A..D
Culture: Ancestral Pueblo: Southern Colorado Plateau (Anasazi)
Branch: Western Anasazi
Tradition: Tusayan (Kayenta)
Ware: Tusayan Utlity Ware


First posted by C. Dean Wilson 2014

Jeddito Tooled was defined by Hargrave (1932). This type reflects similar manufacturing conventions as Jeddito Plain but with the addition of intentionally textured decorations over the plain surface (Colton 1956; Hargrave 1932). Pastes and surfaces are gray, yellow, pink, or reddish to tan in color and indicate firing in a in poorly controlled oxidation atmospheres. Temper usually consists of very coarse sand. Surfaces are unpolished and very rough. Pastes tend to crumble and fracture easily. Vessels are almost always represented by jars. Decorations consist of incised or punched treatments often done in a wide band around the widest portion of the vessel, or from the widest diameter all the way to the rim. Incising is usually done in a zig-zag design around the neck of jars. The base sometimes exhibits basket imprints.

References:
Colton, Harold S.
1956 Pottery Types of the Southwest: Tsegi Orange Ware, Winslow Orange Ware, Homol’ovi Orange Ware, Jeddito Yellow Ware, Awatovi Yellow Ware. Museum of Northern Arizona Ceramic Series No. 3C. Northern Arizona Society of Science and Art, Flagstaff.

Colton, Harold S. and Lyndon L. Hargrave
1937 Handbook of Northern Arizona Pottery Wares. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin No. 11, Flagstaff.

Hargrave, Lyndon L.
1932 Guide to Forty Pottery Types from the Hopi Country and the San Fransisco Mountains, Arizona. Museum of Northern Arizona, Bulletin 1, Flagstaff.




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