Tag Archives: Carribean

Olive Jar

Florida Museum of Natural History, Tallahassee, Florida Olive Jar Produced from 1490 to 1900 CE, originating in Spain The “Olive Jar” or tinajas, peruleras, or botijas are a very common storage or shipping vessel type and classification found throughout the … Continue reading

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Columbia Plain type Majolica

Florida Museum of Natural History, Tallahassee, Florida Columbia Plain type Majolica Produced from 1490 to 1565 CE, originating in Spain Also known as Columbia Plain green dipped, this Majolica originated in Spain and was spread throughout the Carribean via trade … Continue reading

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Lead Glazed Earthenware

Florida Museum of Natural History, Tallahassee, Florida Lead glazed EarthenwareProduced from 1490 to 1900 C.E., Unknown origin This is a generic basic lead glazed coarse earthenware found in archaeological sites throughout the Carribean (through trade) and Florida (USA). It has … Continue reading

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El Morro Ware

Florida Museum of Natural History, Tallahassee, Florida El Morro Ware1550 C.E. to 1770 C.E.Common: Iberia, Mexico; the Carribean region; North Florida, U.S.A. Florida Museum of Natural History Ceramic Guide: El Morro Ware El Morro ware is a lead glazed coarse … Continue reading

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