Fremont figurines, excavation, figurine, rock art, typology
Many scholars and observes have noted the similarities between Fremont-attributed rock art and Fremont anthropomorphic clay figurines. An established Fremont rock art typology has been recognized yet no typology has been created to categorize and describe Fremont figurines. Although some of the characteristics utilized to describe Fremont rock art apply to Fremont anthropomorphic clay figurines, the limits of unfired clay as a medium to represent the human figure, give the figurines unique characteristics distinct from the rock art types.
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BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Potts, Adreanne, "A Typology for Fremont Figurines" (2011). Student Works. 67.
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© 2011 by Adreanne Potts
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