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Item Details
Public
Available to everyone
Culture
American Colonial; Native American; African American
Title
Stone House Foundation
Persistent Name: Peirsey's Manor House
Tidewater (Va. : Region); Chesapeake Bay Region (Md. and Va.)
Work Type
man-made
Date
Site: second quarter, 17th century
Era: CE
Location
Garysville,Prince George,Virginia,United States
Topography: flood plains
Spatial Coordinates: 37.304498, -77.098255
Period
American Colonial; Native American
Description
Transformation: fortified settlement
Subject
44PG64;PG3
Source
Excavation Sources: level books
Site Notebook
Records Archive: Flowerdew Hundred Collection, Alderman Library, University of Virginia
Excavation Type
Grid excavation
Excavation Date(s)
ca. 1975
Excavation Transformation
Post holes visible; Feature 289 - tile kiln area to the northeast of the Stone House Foundation
Excavation Stratigraphy
176T, level 5; 0.90-1.00
Director
Barka, Norman
Excavation Unit Name
176
Excavation Unit Number
176T
Excavation Unit Type
Trench excavation
Soil Description
Orange and brown mottled sandy soil
Sponsor
College of William and Mary
Artifact Type
prehistoric pottery
Artifact Title
Pottery sherd
Artifact Classification
Artifacts and Objects
Artifact Completeness
Body
Image View Description
cord marked, pebble temper, body sherd
Artifact Repository
University of Virginia Library (American repository, Charlottesville, contemporary)
Accession Number
176T5-16
Artifact Current Location
Charlottesville, Charlottesville, Virginia, United States
Rights
Flowerdew Hundred Archaeological Collection materials are considered to be in the public domain. It is not necessary to seek the University’s permission as the owner of these materials to publish or otherwise use them. This applies whether your use is non-commercial or commercial. However, the Harrison Institute must always be cited as the source of text or images when published or otherwise distributed. Flowerdew Hundred Archaeological Collection materials should be cited as: Flowerdew Hundred Archaeological Collection, Mary and David A. Harrison Institute for American History, Literature, and Culture, University of Virginia.
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