Dating an enfp
These pages lead a user through a series of questions about the physical - or morphological - characteristics of historic bottles which help to narrow down the age of an item.
This complex of pages is a major hub of the rest of this website and the best place to start a search.
This book includes - for the first time in print - a summary of this websites () bottle dating key as a chapter entitled "Summary Guide to Dating Bottles" by this author (pages 33 to 49).
It also includes "Bottle Dating Worksheets" (pages 51 to 55) by Rebecca Allen and this author to assist in the systematic dating of an historic bottle based on the information in that dating key as well as other information on the website.
Even then the bottles discussed in depth are so primarily to illustrate the presented information and concepts.
This site instead attempts to help the user determine some key facts - approximate age & function - about any given utilitarian* bottle/jar based on observable physical characteristics.
Please note that the main "Bottle Typing/Diagnostic Shapes" page - and many of the subordinate pages - are very large with hundreds of imbedded images; it may take 20 to 30 seconds or more to load even with moderate to high speed internet connections.
Be aware that none of the pages are all inclusive since related information exists on one or many other website pages.
When possible, the information on this website is given general reliability rating estimates (e.g., high, moderate, low or "usually", "occasionally", "almost always", "almost never") to allow a user some "feel" for the probable accuracy of their conclusion or determination.
Part of the mission of the BLM is the management and preservation of the cultural and heritage resources found on America's public lands - prehistoric and historic.
The author created this website as a BLM employee and continues to update and enhance the site in retirement as a volunteer.
For example, there is information pertinent to dating a bottle on virtually every website page.
The title of any given page gives the predominant theme of that page and would be the first place to start when pursuing information on that particular subject.