Cuba; general material from the Guayabo Blanco culture (Yale Peabody Museum: 100032, 100013, 100015, 100008, 100024, 122469. The last specimen is from the Florida Keys, and is introduced only as an example).
Puerto Rico; general potsherds of the Capá style (Yale Peabody Museum: 83287, 74914, 89234, 87354, 96943; American Museum of Natural History: 25.0/3727; Yale Peabody Museum: 88455, 87870, 87779, 6157, 75631, 92898).
Puerto Rico, General. Fig. 1- Large court B. After excavation; curving northern end boundary at rear; southern limiting line in center; rain-filled excavations for posts in foreground; photo no. 79. Fig. 2- Large limestone slabs "in situ" in western li
Polychrome pots -- 4 color, ‘salmon polychrome’ motifs, treatment, ware belong to Chamá tradition, but Mary Butler has never seen any vessels like these two. N1X, N2/27, N1?63b. Nebaj, Quiche, Guatemala