|Unusual bottle resembling a corn cob stripped
of its kernels. The highly textured surface was formed by carefully
positioned rows of finger pinch marks obviously created while the
clay was still wet. (Only one small section of the rim is intact.)
Killough Pinched bottle, Late Caddo, ca. A.D 1400-1650, 41CE12, height
= 20 cm, diameter = 11 cm. TARL collections.