Bird Effigy Vessel

Ancestral Pueblo (Four Mile)

Not on view

An exciting visual style emerged in the 1320s among ceramic artists near the Four Mile site in present-day east-central Arizona. Painters there began painting the entire surface of bowls, ollas, and effigy vessels in a bright polychrome scheme of red-orange, black, and white.

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