Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Shaking things up a bit for WIIW this week, try matching up these majolica sherds to their type.  Those who guess correctly get an "I DIG 1565" bumpersticker!

WHAT IS IT???

Sherd 1_____________________                       
Sherd 2_____________________                    
Sherd 3_____________________                     
Sherd 4_____________________                    


Sherd 1


Sherd 2
Sherd 3



 
Sherd 4






Need help narrowing it down?  We'll give you the possible types in chronological order:

A.  Santo Domingo (1565-1630)                     
B.  Aucilla Polychrom (1650-1700)
C.  Abo Polychrome (1650-1750)
D.  San Augustin Blue on White (1700-1730)

Answer to the last WIIW Bonafied Mystery: I believe these are non-cultural ecofacts.  They look like cypress roots and timbers weathered by nature, not whittled by humans.  Hard to tell as they've been in the river so long.  Liked the fishing weir idea!  Artifacts are being reburied by the land owner this month.



Text and Images: Sarah Miller, FPAN staff

2 Responses so far.

  1. I believe this is the order :
    Sherd 1 : San Agustin Blue On White
    Sherd 2 : Abo Polychrome
    Sherd 3 : Santo Domingo
    Sherd 4 : Aucilla Polychrom

    -William Pier
    (Will3958@aol.com)

  2. Sherd 1: Santa Domingo
    Sherd 2: Aucilla Polychrom
    Sherd 3: San Agustine Blue on White
    Sherd 4: Abo Polychrom

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