- Berkeley Series
- Connestee Simple Stamped
- Deptford Overview
- Deptford Brushed
- Deptford Incised
- Deptford Cord Marked
- Deptford Linear Check Stamped / Fabric Impressed
- Deptford Linear Check Stamped
- Deptford Linear Check Stamped/Cord Marked
- Deptford Linear Check Stamped/Simple Stamped
- Deptford Simple Stamped
- Deptford Zoned-Incised Punctate
- Deptford Check Stamped
- Oak Leaf
- Swift Creek Complicated Stamped
Textile Marked Wares
- Woodland Plain
- Dan River Series
- Etowah Complicated Stamped
- Irene Complicated Stamped
- Irene Incised
- Lamar Complicated Stamped
- Napier Complicated Stamped
- Oldtown Series
- Pee Dee Complicated Stamped
- Santee Simple Stamped
- Savannah Series
- St. Catherines Series
- Uwharrie Series
- Woodstock Complicated Stamped
- Historic Period
St. Catherines Net Marked
from David Anderson's type description
The type St. Catherines Net-Marked was formally defined by DePratter (1979: 13 I), based on materials from WPA-era excavations at the mouth of the Savannah. The description was modified from an earlier unpublished study by William Steed. Given the size of the temper inclusions, which are comparable to those observed on Wilmington pottery, placement within the St. Catherines series may need to be re-assessed.
Net impressions over the exterior vessel surface, with overstamping common. "Both knots and webbing impressions visible on most sherds. Width of mesh varies from 9.5 mm to 19 mm (DePratter 1979: 131). Interiors are carelessly smoothed and lumpy due the large size of the temper inclusions, and are frequently shall smoothed. The paste is characterized by crushed sherds or clay/grog from 3 to 5 mm in maximum dimension, with fragments up to 10mm in size sometimes observed. The grog/sherd temper elements are larger than is typical over other finishes on the St. Catherines series and are comparable with those observed in the Wilmington series.
Sea Island area of northern Georgia and extreme southwestern South Carolina, in the vicinity of the mouth of the Savannah River.
Initial Mississippian period, AD 1000-1150/1200.
Caldwell 1952:316 - Wilmington Net Marked); Waring (1968: 220- Wilmington Net-Impressed); DePratter (1979: 131-132; 1991: 182; Steed nd St Catherines Net Marked).