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Flare-Rimmed Bowls: A Sub-Type of Mimbres Classic Black-on-White

Steven A. LeBlanc and Carole L. Khalil
Kiva
Vol. 41, No. 3/4 (Spring - Summer, 1976), pp. 289-298
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/30245960
Page Count: 10
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Flare-Rimmed Bowls: A Sub-Type of Mimbres Classic Black-on-White
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Abstract

Mimbres Classic Black-on-white bowls are shown to be divisible into two classes on the basis of shape and design layouts. It is demonstrated that flare-rimmed bowls have different patterns of design layout than do hemispherical bowls. The similarity of these design canons to those found on Gila Polychrome is discussed. Implications from this study concerning the analysis of Southwestern pottery are also considered.

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