FMNH 241819.5

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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Chicago Natural History Museum 1946 Archaeological Expedition to Peru Donald Collier, Leader | 123 | Provenience: Viru Valley [crossed out], Peru, from stratigraphic trench in Chavin refuse at Ancon | People or culture: Chavin | Object: sherds (Ancon smooth plain) | Material: | Description: Ancon smooth plain red (var. 3 slipped) | Dug by WIlley & Corbett, 1942 | Dimensions: (in cm.) [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 241819 | Field No. | Neg. No. | Acc. 2517
Catalog Number: 241819.5
Description: vessel fragment (sherd)
Materials: clay (ceramic)
Cultural Attribution: Chavin
Locality: South America, Perú, Lima, Ancón
Accession Number: [2517] Archaeological expedition to Peru - Trujillo (Expedition)
Accession Year: 1946
Continent: South America
Country: Perú
Province/State: Lima
City/Town: Ancón
Collector/Source: Archaeological expedition to Peru - Trujillo, D. Collier
EMu IRN: 3020547
GUID: 4f610a87-8750-40f9-810a-a278c9606e3c

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