Left: Neteler stamped bodysherd with medium coarse grit tempered from the Initial Havana Phase at the Old Monroe site. Excavation unit S-214. Thickness is 9 mm. and weight is 21.4 grams. Right: Neteler dentate crescent stamped body sherd with medium coarse grit temper from the Initial Havan Phase at the Old Monroe Site. Thickness is 9 mm. and weight is 21.3 grams.







Left: Pike Baehr crosshatched from the Pike-Hopewell Phase at the Old Monroe site. Excavation unit S496464. Thickness ranges from 6 to 8 mm. Weight = 11.2 grams. Middle: Sister Creek Punctate body sherd from excavation unit S516500. Thickness = 9 mm. Weight = 21.1 grams. Right: Sister Creeks Punctated sherd from the Old Monroe site. Accession number 1726-c6. Thickness ranges from 5 to 6 mm. Weight = 11.4 grams. Same as the rimsherd illustrated on page 98 in Middle and Late Woodland Subsistence and Ceramic Technology in the Central Mississippi River Valley by Michael J. O'Brien et al (1996) published as Illinois State Museum Reports of Investigations, No. 52.







Left: Sister Creek Punctate body sherd from excavation unit S516500. Thickness = 9 mm. Weight = 21.1 grams. Right: Sister Creeks Punctated sherd from the Old Monroe site. Accession number 1726-c6. Thickness ranges from 5 to 6 mm. Weight = 11.4 grams. Same as the rimsherd illustrated on page 98 in Middle and Late Woodland Subsistence and Ceramic Technology in the Central Mississippi River Valley by Michael J. O'Brien et al (1996) published as Illinois State Museum Reports of Investigations, No. 52.







Naples Rocker Dentate decorated rimsherd from the the Old Monroe Site. The sherd also has punch and boss decoration. The rocker marks are below the boss decoration and very hard to see. Accession number S498574. Thickness ranges from 5 to 7 mm and weight = 24.9 grams.







Havana Cordmarked rimsherd with punch and boss decoration. Accession 1762-3c. Thickness is 13 mm. Weight = 77.2 grams. Same as the rimsherd illustrated on page 94 in Middle and Late Woodland Subsistence and Ceramic Technology in the Central Mississippi River Valley by Michael J. O'Brien et al (1996) published as Illinois State Museum Reports of Investigations, No. 52.







Baehr Brushed belonging to the Pike-Hopewell Phase at the Old Monroe site. Excavation unit S-195. Thickness ranges from 4 to 5 mm. Weight = 17.4 grams.