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SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE
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SO IMPORTANT MY BRAIN WILL EXPLODE

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    • 1. Analysis of Early Ceramics and Fire Cracked Rock from the Snapp Site, Delaware Darcy Anne DePetris
    • 2. Local ceramic vessel
    • 3. Stone Boiling
    • 4. Rocks are heated and rinsed
    • 5. Hot rocks are placed in cooking container to cause boiling
    • 6. Cooled rocks are removed and replaced
    • 7. “Without any knowledge of pottery, coast Indian peoples boiled,simmered, steamed, baked, toasted and roasted most of their food. Box,basket, earth pit, rock oven, hot ashes, and roasting tongs and sticks all inconjunction with fire, were the ways used for cooking.” Hilary Stewart
    • 8. The Excavated Feature
    • 9. Snapp Site Location of feature
    • 10. Early ceramic sherd
    • 11. Fire Cracked Rock (FCR)
    • 12. FCR Assemblage
    • 13. FCR Vessel sherds
    • 14. Sweat Lodge
    • 15. Earth Oven
    • 16. Hearth
    • 17. Snapp Site Ceramic Vessel
    • 18. Snapp Site Ceramic Vessel
    • 19. FCR from Snapp site
    • 20. FCR from Snapp site
    • 21. Color ChangeBefore After
    • 22. Fracture caused by heatingBefore After
    • 23. Attributes collected : size, shape, weight, broken facet count, raw material, color
    • 24. Conclusion
    • 25. AcknowledgementsAll images used courtesy of the University of Delaware Center for Archaeological ResearchThank you Professor Custer and Andrea Anderson for all of their help and support.

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