Suggested reconstruction of a large jar shape though the thick rim sherds were previously ascribed to large, “vertical sided open vessels” (Menzel 1964:9). The jar would have had two strap handles and, possibly, a modeled head located on or about the shoulder. Above the neck, the interior was painted white and the exterior a black-on-white checkerboard pattern. Below the neck, the exterior was painted with black and white on brown hand-like motifs. Diameter = 48 cm. Courtesy of Patricia J. Knobloch.