Cibola White Ware

Cibola White Ware is a ceramic tradition of Arizona and New Mexico, dating from 1225-1325 CE.

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Cibola White Ware - Classification
... Most Cibola White Ware is distinguished from most other black-on-white wares by the use of crushed sherd temper in the preparation of clay for firing, along with the use of mineral-based black paint ... instead classified as Little Colorado White Ware (produced in the Little Colorado River drainage), with one exception, Chaco-McElmo Black-on-white ... Also, some early Cibola White Ware vessels have mixed sand and sherd temper or all sand temper ...
Rio Grande White Ware - Overview and Cautions
... The Rio Grande white wares were made along the Rio Grande and adjacent valleys, from the Taos area south to San Marcial ... The hallmark of Rio Grande white wares (as for the northern ancestral Puebloan peoples as a whole, from AD 500 to 1300) is the use of black painted designs on smoothed, often slipped ... of potters pursued variations on the regional black-on-white decorative tradition ...

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