CORE: Construction: by coiling and scraping. Fired: in reducing
atmosphere. Core: light gray to dark gray. Temper: abundant medium
fine to coarse quartz sand, temper conspicuous on both surfaces.
Vessel walls: medium strong. Texture core: fine to coarse. Surface
finish: very roughly finished; scraped and occasionally lightly
smoothed in spots; never polished; coils unobliterated but flattened
on exterior surfaces of necks from rim to shoulder, coils usually
fairly wide, sometimes scraping marks very conspicuous. Surface
color: normally gray. Carbon streak: common. Forms: jars. Painted
COMPARISONS: Lino Gray- coils always obliterated over entire vessel
surface; body and base sherds indistinguishable. Kiet Siel Gray-
surfaces less well smoothed, usually bumpy, coils sometimes not
quite obliterated, vessel walls thicker, rim out-flaring.
RANGE: Northwestern New Mexico, Arizona north of the Mogollon Rim.