The practice of burning their houses prior to rebuilding them has produced an object known as daub. These objects are essentially hardened bits of the mud-and-grass plaster used to cover the walls. Some of the mud would bake to a hardened, almost pottery-like form when fired, and although the grass would burn away, this organic material left clearly visible linear impressions in the hardened mud.
Museum, Chucalissa, "Daub Pieces" (2022). Artifacts. 30.
Architecture; Daub; Mississippian