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INCISED AND PAINTED PEBBLES FROM THE LEVI SITE, TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS

John W. Greer and Patricia A. Treat
Plains Anthropologist
Vol. 20, No. 69 (August 1975), pp. 231-237
Published by: Maney Publishing on behalf of the Plains Anthropological Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25667270
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INCISED AND PAINTED PEBBLES FROM THE LEVI SITE, TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS
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Abstract

Altered streamworn pebbles have been found in the Pedernales River drainage of central Texas. Three pebbles have linear black painted designs; eight others have one to 12 very fine parallel incised lines and are distinctively different from previously described forms. An additional specimen is both painted and incised in such a way as to suggest that the two techniques are related. Distributional data tentatively suggest association with the Austin focus, about A.D. 800-1375.

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