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Offline gpimper

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Re: North America
« Reply #15 on: November 09, 2019, 02:44:32 AM »
Two types of bird point, one had a point and the other was blunt (just knock the bird down).  I'll post :-)
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Re: North America
« Reply #16 on: November 09, 2019, 03:23:08 AM »
We were just digging and I said "wow" and picked it out of the mud :-)

This would take for ever!  Three posts coming.  Post One :-)  The long one in the center is cool, used to punch holes in hides, an awl I believe.

#2 added.  Sorry that some were already posted.  Just my display cases.  The big one left of the Clovis point I think could be a pre-Clovis hand axe but I've not had that verified.  Would be cool...talking 11000 years old!

Display #3

Added, chert hand axe.  6.5cm but about 3cm thick and 29.2 ounces...it's a bruiser!  My father was playing a job sponsored softball game and I was board...that's what I found :-)  Pretty rock, chert. That one was a worker for sure!

Added, a huge agate spear point I found during a dig in western New Mexico.  She's a bruiser.  It was found with fosses from mammoths and giant Ice age bison :-)
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