Four Corners Lecture Series Presents Genevieve Woodhead

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Thursday August 20

4:00 PM  –  5:00 PM

Thursday, August 20, 2020 4:00 p.m. MDT
Online Webinar

Brought to you by the Four Corners Lecture Series, the Hisatsinom Chapter of the Colorado Archaeological Society, and the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center.

What Can We Learn From Coiling & Corrugation in Southwest Ceramics? Prehispanic corrugated pottery sherds are ubiquitous in the northern US Southwest. And yet, corrugation seems unique to this part of the world. From the 900s to the 1200s A.D., corrugated pottery was popular throughout portions of New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, and Utah. This presentation describes how prehispanic potters constructed corrugated vessels and how these vessels resemble and differ from historic and contemporary Pueblo pots. 


The webinar is suitable for lifelong learners from high school students to adults.  The lesson is free.



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