Another Clovis Point

A bit more from the photography sessions.

Resharpened Clovis point made from Edward's Plateau chert, ca. 4 cm long.

Resharpened Clovis point made from Edward’s Plateau chert, ca. 4 cm long.

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About George Crawford

archaeologist, archer, primitive technologist, and wannabee fiddler...mostly
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One Response to Another Clovis Point

  1. Doc' & CJ says:

    Thanks for another fine example George!

    This is what I would call a more “classic” example of a Clovis. Classic in the sense that it was recovered in an extremely resharpened condition. I’ve only seen (personally) 2 other first-stage Clovis points, it’s much more typical to find them in the same resharpened condition as the sample above. But I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know. 😉 I would love to see what that point looked like in first-stage!

    Thanks again for sharing,
    Doc’

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