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Rim Sherds

Rim Sherds

Polished brown, incised sherds from the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Body Sherds

Body Sherds

Lot of four body sherds, decorated with incising. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Rim Sherds

Rim Sherds

Undecorated blackware fragments from the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Body Sherds

Body Sherds

Undecorated blackware sherds from the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Rim Sherds

Rim Sherds

Incised and grooved blackware fragments from the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Body Sherds

Body Sherds

Incised and grooved blackware fragments found in the Tuxtla Mountains. Red pigment found on some sherds. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Bowl Fragments

Bowl Fragments

Incised blackware decorated with repeating triangles. Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Rim Sherds

Rim Sherds

Incised and grooved whiteware fragments. Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. 20 total fragments. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Rim Sherds

Rim Sherds

9 undecorated whiteware fragments. Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. One piece has conical hole drilled through. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Body Sherds

Body Sherds

10 undecorated whiteware fragments. Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Vessel Feet Sherds

Vessel Feet Sherds

3 conical whiteware vessel feet. Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Semi-complete Vessel

Semi-complete Vessel

Lot of 62 undecorated brownware fragments. Some semi-complete vessels. Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Rim Sherds

Rim Sherds

Lot of 62 undecorated brownware fragments. Some semi-complete vessels. Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Rim Sherds

Rim Sherds

Lot of 62 undecorated brownware fragments. Some semi-complete vessels. Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Body Sherds

Body Sherds

Lot of 39 undecorated brownware fragments and 1 vial of smaller fragments. Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Rim Sherds

Rim Sherds

Lot of 20 incised and grooved brownware fragments. Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Rim Sherds

Rim Sherds

Lot of 20 incised and grooved brownware fragments. Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Body Sherds

Body Sherds

Lot of 7 incised and grooved brownware fragments. Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Rim Sherds

Rim Sherds

Lot of 110 undecorated black and whiteware fragments. Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Body Sherds

Body Sherds

Lot of 11 undecorated black and whiteware fragments and 2 vials of smaller fragments. Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Rim Sherds

Rim Sherds

Lot of 62 untempered fragments. Some with slip applied. One piece with conical perforation. Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Body Sherds

Body Sherds

Lot of 48 grooved and incised, untempered fragments and 1 vial of smaller fragments. Some with slip applied. Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Rim Sherds

Rim Sherds

Three incised and grooved untempered fragments. Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Rim Sherds

Rim Sherds

Lot of 11 incised and grooved untempered fragments. Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.

Feet/Base Sherds

Feet/Base Sherds

5 untempered vessel feet/base fragments. One foot with holes for rattle? Found in the Tuxtla Mountains. Part of collection collected in 1940 by Philip Drucker during a survey trip to San Marcos. This excursion occurred as part of a larger expedition to Tres Zapotes, Tuxtla District, during the winters of 1938-39 and 1939-40 by the Smithsonian Institution-National Geographic Society expedition under M.W. Stirling.


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