|Object Name||Mortar, Food|
|'Iipay Aa Name||'ehmuu|
A gray, circular shaped grinding stone bowl, or mortar. The entire top ventral portion of the mortar is concave with usewear visible across the entire surface area. The stone material is a granitic (granite) with muscovite mica. It is medium grained.
The concave basin is slightly irregular, 3.5 inches (9 cm) in diameter and 1.5 inches (3 cm) deep. A staining is seen within the interior and around the lip. The rounded dorsal base has a flat area 3.5 inches (9 cm) in diameter that is the center of gravity. There is recent usewear (a lighter color) on the interior surface of the bowl.
Length - 6.023", Width - 5.590", Height - 2.204" H, Weight - 4.321 lbs
|Provenance||This artifact was found within the local San Diego County region, 1910-1950.|
|Culture||Kumeyaay / Diegueño|
|Place of Origin||CA, SDI|
|Caption||Granitic Mortar--Interior view of basin. Side A|