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Often, arrowheads which were re-sharpened to the point of exhaustion as arrowheads, were re-shaped into an entirely different tool, such as a drill, or scraper, as shown below.
One way to get around recording measurements of the artifact, is to trace an outline of the artifact below the log book number; I'm lazy, so this is my preference.Arti-Facts: Facts about Indian Arrowheads and other Native American Indian relics and artifacts: Each and every arrowhead has a "type" name, according to the type or category it falls into.And the following book we recommend for all other tools which the native Americans made and used.It has a most interesting lighter egg-shaped pattern on one face (photo 4) which adds to it's attractiveness.Museum Page, this page contains a choice display of ancient Native American Indian artifacts, relics, arrowheads and stone age tools from all over the United States as well as many articles related to the Native American Indians' way of life.The "fluted" technology is obviously more advance than the "stemmed point" technology, so which came first.
This is known as an "Arrow shaft abrader" and served the same purpose as our sandpaper serves today in the wood-working world.
Many of the patterns I tie are born during the fishing season.
Item: Type: Clovis, provenance: Price, mCPA2, a well made mottled sky blue and light gray Fort Payne chert Clovis Dart.A Whopper Chopper from the Santa Fe River in Florida: Could be a "blank" or could be a butchering tool.Flutes are "grooves" appearing in the central face of the clovis, and were intended to facilitate an easy, sturdy and tight durable binding of the stone point to a wooden atlatl-propelled spear fore-shaft.A word OF caution about ordering books ON-line * I have seen THE same book listed with prices ranging from.00 to more than.00.Other factors are, the overall shape of the arrowhead, the flaking style, whether or not the arrowhead is fluted, the material it's made from, etc.Tick Bite An extremely small nick to an artifact, often to the tip or to the very tips of it's tangs, slightly larger than a Flea bite, but smaller than a spider bite.Atlatl parts 1) The top photograph shows an atlatl "spur".This book contains tons of (Black White) photos of everything imaginable, from bows and arrows to baskets, hunting utilities, food processing relics, footwear and clothing, adornments, gaming and more.This photo shows 3 Plainview points of different materials from 3 different states; The black basalt point is from Arkansas, the brown chert point is from Texas and the white burlington chert point is from Illinois.Never disregard professional medical advice OR delay seeking medical treatment because OF something YOU have read ON OR accessed through this WEB site.
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Here we have a "classic" example of the Ancient Native Americans' ingenuity.