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Pajarito Plateau Glaze Paint Ware Production: Earlier and More Widespread than Previously Thought

Sheila Goff
Kiva
Vol. 74, No. 4 (Summer, 2009), pp. 371-392
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/30246574
Page Count: 22
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Pajarito Plateau Glaze Paint Ware Production: Earlier and More Widespread than Previously Thought
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Abstract

The Classic period (1325-1600) in the north and middle Rio Grande region (Cordell 1997) was a time of reorganization as historically diverse peoples aggregated into larger villages. Reorganization resulted in various changes including the production of glaze-painted pottery, which was widely exchanged throughout much of the pre-Hispanic Southwest. Previous research has focused on its production in the Albuquerque area and the Galisteo Basin. This article summarizes previous and recent work providing evidence of production of glaze-painted pottery on the Pajarito Plateau and presents new petrographic and stable lead isotopic studies that reveal that Pajarito potters produced glaze-painted pottery and were part of a larger network of potters who used lead from the Cerrillos Hills in the glaze paint. /// El periodo clásico (1325-1600 d.C.) en las regiones norte y media del Río Grande (Cordell 1997) fue una época de reorganización en el cual comunidades diversas se aglomeraron en aldeas mas grandes. Esta reorganización resulto en varios cambios, incluyendo la producción de cerámica glaseada, la cual era intercambiada ampliamente a lo largo de casi todo el Sudoeste pre-Hispánico. Investigaciones previas se han enfocado en la producción de esta en el área de Albuquerque y en la cuenca de Galisteo. Este ensayo resume trabajos previos y recientes que presentan evidencia de producción de cerámica glaseada en la meseta de Pajarito. También presenta estudios nuevos petrográficos, y de isótopos de plomo estable, que muestran que los alfareros de Pajarito producían cerámica glaseada y eran parte de una red mayor de alfareros que usaban plomo de los montes Cerrillos para la pintura glaseada.

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