FMNH 45305.nosub[1]

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    Creator: Mr. Marc P. Lambruschi : Field Museum of Natural History - Technology Department
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    Description: scan of catalog card
Catalog Number: 45305.nosub[1]
Description: mug
Materials: ceramic
Cultural Attribution: NA Indian, Southwest
Locality: North America, USA, Colorado, Montezuma County, Lowry Ruin: Burial 06
Accession Number: [1895] Archaeological Expedition to the Southwest - Colorado, Anasazi sites (Expedition)
Accession Year: 1930
Country: United States of America
Province/State: Colorado
District/County: Montezuma County
City/Town: Lowry Ruin
Collector/Source: Archaeological Expedition to the Southwest - Colorado, Anasazi sites, Paul S. Martin : Field Museum of Natural History - Anthropology
EMu IRN: 1275139
GUID: 1936e59a-7898-4bc1-b7df-69fee34b6eec

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