aceramic

adjective
ace·ram·ic | \(ˈ)ā-sə-ˈra-mik, especially British -kə-\

Definition of aceramic 

archaeology

: not producing, having, or including pottery The asbestos ware had not yet spread to the northernmost part of Scandinavia where aceramic cultures still prevailed.— Ari Siiriäinen, The Cambridge History of Scandanavia: Prehistory to 1520, 2003 aceramic deposits

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First Known Use of aceramic

1961, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for aceramic

a- entry 2 + ceramic entry 1

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