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PLATE I, V leg; black-on-red painted type; only the upper part is hollow. 2, solid plain leg with a notched lug on top. 3, hollow leg; black-on-red painted type with zoomorphic lug on top. This leg is pierced on two sides. 4, hollow leg; black-on-white painted type. 5, perforated, partly hollow leg; black-on-white painted type. 6, hollow, anthropomorphic leg of a plain type. 7, solid leg of an indeterminable type, with a chain-like ornament just above the foot. 8 and 9, solid, notched, feet of a plain type.
Dr. H. TEN KATE (1916) published a short account of the material, while in later years Professor J. P. B. DE ]OSSELIN DE ]ONG (1918, 1919) devoted an extensive study to it. In 1890, during Van Koolwijk's stay on the island of Aruba, a Frenchman, A. L. PINART, paid a visit to the island, and in due course published some notes on his findings. When archaeological interest in the Antilles had almost died, it was Professor DE ]OSSELIN DE ]ONG (1920) who tried to revive it. This scientist left the Netherlands in 1922, and in that year carried out excavations in the islands of Saba and St.
Black-onwhite painted ear. 10. zoomorphic ear. I. JJ 3568/430; 2. Kw 1403/208; 3. Kw 1403/752; 4. Kw 1403/577; 5. Kw 1403/291; 6. JJ 3568/ PLATE I. 596; 7. Kw 1403/207; 8. Kw 1403/215; 9. JJ 3568/357; 10. JJ 3568/85; IX. Kw 1403/575. X frog motif in applique on black-on-white type. 2 and 8. probably bat's heads; plain type. 3. claw of a bird; black-on-white painted type. 4. little frog; plain type. 5. ); black-on-white type. 6 and 7. frog motifs on black-on-red painted type. 9. punctuated serpent on a plain sherd.
Notes on the Pottery of Aruba, Curaçao and Bonaire: A Survey of the Non-Ceramic Artifacts of Aruba, Curaçao and Bonaire by C.J. Dury, H.R. Van Heekeren