Pre-Columbian Hohokam double chamber stirrup vessel
Multiple repairs made to this historic vessel.
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12” long x 6” wide x 6.5” tall
Hohokam Buff Ware was the primary decorated type made in the Salt and Gila river valleys of central and southern Arizona. Although production centered in these areas, distribution of Hohokam Buff Ware reached west to the Gila Bend area, east to the San Francisco River, north to the Verde Valley, and south to the U.S.-Mexico border.
Archaeological Culture: Hohokam
Date Range: A.D. 500-1375.
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