Native American pottery of the Ancient Pueblo people from the Grand Canyon National Park.

The first is a Lino Gray bowl, and the earliest of the shown artifacts, dating to the Basketmaker III Era. The second bowl is of the ‘black mesa black on white’ style, and is heavily yellowed (likely with ocre). The third photo is of a Tusayan polychrome bowl, which dates to the Pueblo III Era, while the fourth dates to the early Pueblo III Era.

Courtesy the Grand Canyon National Park Museum Collection.

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