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Accokeek cord-marked sherds from Bathhouse site 18AN37.

Cord-marked sherds.
 Bathhouse, 18AN37.

 

Accokeek cord-marked sherds from Nassawango site 18WO23/6L

Cord-marked sherds. 
 Nassawango,18WO23 /6L. 

 

Accokeek cord-marked rim sherd from the Mt. Calvert site site 18PR6.

Cord-marked rim sherd.
 Mt. Calvert, 18PR6.  

 

Accokeek Body sherd (exterior) from the Bathhouse site 18AN37.

Body sherd (exterior).
Bathhouse, 18AN37.

 

Accokeek cord-marked rim sherd from Piscataway site 18PR7-SI Cat.# 461923-Courtesy of the Smithsonian Institution, Museum of Natural History, Department of Anthropology.

Cord-marked rim sherd.
Piscataway,18PR7.
SI Cat.# 461923.

 Courtesy of the Smithsonian Institution,
Museum of Natural History, Department of Anthropology.

Accokeek cord-marked rim sherd from Piscataway site 18PR7-SI Cat.# 461923-Courtesy of the Smithsonian Institution, Museum of Natural History, Department of Anthropology.

Cord-marked rim sherd.
Piscataway, 18PR7.
SI Cat.# 461923.

 Courtesy of the Smithsonian Institution,
Museum of Natural History, Department of Anthropology.

Accokeek S-twist cord-marked sherds from Hallowing Point site 18CV31, SI Cat.# 401960-Courtesy of the Smithsonian Institution, Museum of Natural History, Department of Anthropology.

S-twist cord-marked sherds
Hallowing Point, 18CV31.
SI Cat.# 401960 

 Courtesy of the Smithsonian Institution,
Museum of Natural History, Department of Anthropology.

Accokeek Body sherd on left and close up view of paste on right fromBathhouse site 18AN37.    Accokeek body sherd on left and close up view of paste on right from Bathhouse site 18AN37.

Body sherd on left, close up view of 
 paste on right.  Bathhouse, 18AN37.

 

Accokeek cord-marked exterior body sherd from Dorr, site 18AN19 /69.

Cord-marked exterior body sherd
Dorr, 18AN19 /69.

 

Accokeek cord-marked body sherds on left. Close up view of cord-marking on right from Dorr, site 18AN19/69.        Accokeek cord-marked body sherds on left. Close up view of cord-marking on right from Dorr, site 18AN19/69.

Cord-marked body sherds on left. Close up view  
of cord-marking on right. Dorr, 18AN19 /69.

 

Accokeek cord-marked, mica-tempered sherds. Close up view on right from Kettering Park, site 18PR174/278.               Accokeek cord-marked, mica-tempered sherds. Close up view on right from Kettering Park, site 18PR174/278.

Cord-marked, mica-tempered sherds. Close up 
view on right. Kettering Park, 18PR174 /278.

Mended Accokeek pot from the MAC Lab collecitons.

Mended cord-marked sherds from archaeological site 51SW7, which is situated near
the confluence of the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers. Over 150 sherds of pottery
from a single vessel were recovered and identified as Accokeek type pottery, dating from 1000-600 B.C.

Photographs courtesy of Joint Base-Anacostia Bolling (JBAB), Naval District Washington.

 

Copyright 2002 by Maryland Archaeological Conservation Lab
Updated: 4/10/16

Mended Accokeek cord-marked sherds from archaeological site 51SW7, which is situated near the confluence of the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers. Over 150 sherds of pottery from a single vessel were recovered and identified as Accokeek type pottery, dating from 1000-600 B.C.-Photographs courtesy of Joint Base-Anacostia Bolling (JBAB), Naval District Washington.