Preliminary Identification of African-Style Rouletted Colonoware in the Colonial South Carolina Lowcountry

@article{Sattes2020PreliminaryIO,
  title={Preliminary Identification of African-Style Rouletted Colonoware in the Colonial South Carolina Lowcountry},
  author={Corey A. H. Sattes and Jon Bernard Marcoux and Sarah Platt and Martha A. Zierden and Ron Anthony},
  journal={Journal of African Diaspora Archaeology and Heritage},
  year={2020},
  volume={9},
  pages={1 - 36}
}
ABSTRACT Colonoware, a low-fired earthenware made by enslaved Africans, African Americans, and Native Americans, is a crucial source for exploring the formation and materialization of colonial identities. Yet, the origins and ethnic associations of this enigmatic colonial potting tradition have long been debated. Recent ethnographic studies of African ceramic traditions have led to our reexamination of a surface treatment lately identified on colonoware vessels in South Carolina. Our analysis… 
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