. Bulletin - United States National Museum. Science. Figure 13.—Sgraffito-ware jua;s, about 8 inches high, from Jamestown. Colonial National Historical Park. between 1689 and 1695. This was supported by the inclusion in the fill of many bottle seals bearing Hartwell's initials. "H. H." Marivvell married the w'iflow of William White, who had purchased the property from Nicholas Mcrrivveathcr in 1677. That was the year following; Bacon's Rebellion, when Merriweather's house presumably was destroyed. There were many himclrrds of sherds in the fill under and aroimd the brick drain, as we

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. Bulletin - United States National Museum. Science. Figure 13.—Sgraffito-ware jua;s, about 8 inches high, from Jamestown. Colonial National Historical Park. between 1689 and 1695. This was supported by the inclusion in the fill of many bottle seals bearing Hartwell's initials. "H. H." Marivvell married the w'iflow of William White, who had purchased the property from Nicholas Mcrrivveathcr in 1677. That was the year following; Bacon's Rebellion, when Merriweather's house presumably was destroyed. There were many himclrrds of sherds in the fill under and aroimd the brick drain, as we Stock Photo
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. Bulletin - United States National Museum. Science. Figure 13.—Sgraffito-ware jua;s, about 8 inches high, from Jamestown. Colonial National Historical Park. between 1689 and 1695. This was supported by the inclusion in the fill of many bottle seals bearing Hartwell's initials. "H. H." Marivvell married the w'iflow of William White, who had purchased the property from Nicholas Mcrrivveathcr in 1677. That was the year following; Bacon's Rebellion, when Merriweather's house presumably was destroyed. There were many himclrrds of sherds in the fill under and aroimd the brick drain, as we
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. Bulletin - United States National Museum. Science. Figure 13.—Sgraffito-ware jua;s, about 8 inches high, from Jamestown. Colonial National Historical Park. between 1689 and 1695. This was supported by the inclusion in the fill of many bottle seals bearing Hartwell's initials. "H. H." Marivvell married the w'iflow of William White, who had purchased the property from Nicholas Mcrrivveathcr in 1677. That was the year following; Bacon's Rebellion, when Merriweather's house presumably was destroyed. There were many himclrrds of sherds in the fill under and aroimd the brick drain, as well as in other ditches in the site. The North Devon types were found here in association with niunerous classes of pottery. The most readily ideniifiablc were sherds of English dclftware of inaav forms and styles of decoration related to the second half of the 17th century. There were occasional earlier 17th-century examples, also, as might be expected. No 18th-century intrusions were noted in the brick drain area, and only a scattering in other portions; none was found in association with the North Devon sherds. JAMESTOWN, VIRrUNIA: OTHER SITES. North Devon wares occur in the majority of sites at Jamestown, but it is not always possible to date them from contextual evidence because precise archeological records were not always kept in the early phases of the excavations. Nevertheless, narrow dating is easily possible in enough sites to suggest date horizons for the wares. The earliest evidence occurs in material from a well (W-21)—excavated in 1956°"—that contained an atypical sgraffito sherd described below (p. 43). The sherd lay l^ieneaih a foot-deep deposit that included Duti h iii.iidlica, ItaliiUi sgraffito ware, and tobacco pijies, all dating in form or decoration prior to 1650. This sherd is unique among all those I'oimd at Jamestown, but it is essentially characteristic of North Devon work. Presumably it is a forerunner of the typical varieties found in the

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