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These rim sherds were recovered from the Infinity site in Montgomery County by Kansas Historical Society archeologists. Shown is a Cuesta ware sherd decorated with dentate stamped impressions and a row of bosses and a sherd with zoned dentate stamping, trailed lines, and a row of bosses with more dentate stamping. The Infinity site is a multicomponent village site with five house structures, a midden and many other features. It was occupied from the late Archaic period through the Middle Ceramic period.

Date: 1-1500 CE

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Item Number: 513101
Call Number: 14MY305-6589, 14MY305 68.178A.457
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 513101

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