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Angelic Knoll 18CV60
c. 1650 - 1770




Exterior of a Buckley-type butter pot with ribbed body, from Angelica Knolls site 18CV60/1.094.      

Interior of a Buckley-type base sherd from the Angelica Knolls site 18CV60/1.888. Profile of Buckley body sherd showing yellow and red striations in the paste, Angelica Knolls, 18CV60/1.094. 

Exterior of butter pot with ribbed body,
Angelica Knolls, 18CV60/1.094.

Interior of a base sherd, Angelica
Knolls, 18CV60/1.888. 
Profile showing yellow and red striations,
Angelica Knolls, 18CV60/1.094. 

Angelic Knoll 18CV60
c. 1650 - 1770




Two Friends 18CH308
ca. 1740-1780



Buckley-type sherd profile showing dots of yellow or white colored clay in the red paste from the Angelica Knolls site 18CV60/1.151.

Body to base sherd (exterior), Angelica Knolls, 18CV60.

Mended utilitarian basen from 18CH308/Vessel1.

Sherd profile showing dots of yellow or
 white colored clay in the red paste,
Angelica Knolls, 18CV60 /1.151.

Body to base sherd (exterior),
Angelica Knolls, 18CV60.

Mended utilitarian basin
18CH308/Vessel 1

Oxon Hill 18PR175
Area I Well, (ca. 1710 - ca. 1750)



Typical milk pan rims from the Oxon Hill site,18PR175, Area I Well (ca. 1710 - 1750).

Milk pan rim profiles from the Oxon Hill site, 18PR175, in the Area I Well (ca. 1710 - 1750).

Interior of a Buckley-type base sherd (left) and profile (right), from the Oxon Hill site 18PR175-vessel# 6477.Interior of a Buckley-type base sherd (left) and profile (right) - Oxon Hill site, 18PR175, vessel # 6477.

Typical milk pan rims from the Oxon
Hill site, 18PR175.

Milk pan rim profiles from the Oxon Hill
site, 18PR175, in the Area I Well 
(ca. 1710 - 1750).

Interior of a base sherd (left) and profile
(right). Oxon Hill site, 18PR175,
vessel # 6477.

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