Muddy Mts 1 - A Salted Shelter

When it’s too good to be true… guess what?
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  • muddymts1-012  Shelter1: This shelter had several small possible stone artifacts lying near one end of the shelter.
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  • muddymts1-022  Shelter 2: The artifacts were moved strictly for photographic purposes, but were replaced in their original places.  This shelter contained the four pottery sherds and we are still looking for information on the sherds; if you have any ideas on origin or cultures involved, please email me using my contact page on this website.
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  • muddymts1b-007  Starting at the top and moving clockwise our current ideas of origins are:  #1: Lady Bug pattern:  I found this exact style while researching patterns on the Internet a few years ago, but I am unable to locate the information again. #2: Unknown #3: Has been identified as Barrier Canyon style #4: Has been identified as Hohokam style  Any ideas or statements about the sherds would be greatly appreciated.
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  • muddymts1-035  Barrier Canyon style.
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  • muddymts1-074  Hohokam style
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