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Large-sized stone Clovis lanceolate projectile point / Northeast, Paleolithic

Essay/Description

Projectile Point (Dart), Clovis -- Large-sized lanceolate point: The blade is long and slender with parallel to slightly convex edges. The base edge is concave, thinned and fluted, with flutes on both sides. Basal edges are lightly ground. Point color is an off-white with pink overtones. The reverse side contains glue and felt residue from previous mounting.

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Title(s): 
Large-sized stone Clovis lanceolate projectile point
Culture: 
Northeast, Paleolithic
Date: 
10000 - 12000 BCE
Period: 
Late Paleolithic
Place: 
Ouachita River Basin, Union, Illinois
Materials/Techniques: 
Stone
Classification: 
Accession No: 
61.7242
Department: 
On View

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