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  • Archaeology of Portable Rock Art November 2011

    Nov 28 2011 · This is a petroglyph on a fixed boulder currently underwater near the modern day shore of Lake Michigan at Grand Traverse Bay Michigan. So not an example of portable rock art but one of importance to the prehistory of human contact with megafauna in the Americas and of relevance to rock art studies in the mid-west and Great Lakes areas of the United States.

  • Archaeologists Looters posting pics of Native American

    Local archaeologists are up in arms over the looting of Native American artifacts across San Diego County. In some cases the illegal activity is getting posted online for all to see.

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    Native American Grinding Stone authentic Indian grinding stone. Found on a farm in southern Indiana. It measure approx. 10 ½ x 7 x 3 inches thick. One side it has 9 clear grinding holes. On the other side it has 7 grinding holes. See more

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    Found this today on a Lake Michigan beach which has a good amount of Native American history could this be a grinding stone Looks like it has been drilled on the top.

  • Sedalia Projectile Point

    Basal and lateral hafting edge grinding is most commonly absent but occasionally light lateral edge hafting grinding may be present. Basal thinning is commonly absent. This point was manufactured using broad percussion flaking with minimal pressure flaking forming a random flaking pattern. Size Measurements

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    arrowheadology looting archaeology looting artifact looting na looting Maybe some are judging artificiality on an item like this by in part looking for characteristics you are familiar with for coarse stone tools such as peck/grind/polish technology and bilateral symmetry.

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    the stone). The force and direction of the impact determine the size and shape of the flake removed. A hard hammer (flint steel or hard wood) will tend to produce a more abrupt and deeper flake scar than a softer hammer made of antler or borte. Pressure flakes are usually smaller and more carefully placed than percussion flakes.

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    Fire Starter Stone Size 4" wide Material Sandstone Age Probably Woodland (2 5001 250 BP) American Indian Tools Grinder. This well-worn hand-sized grinding stone was likely used to start fires by protecting the palm or as a base stone while twirling the starting stick. Provenance Belgrade MontanaK.H. consignment Date found 1960s

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    2011 Stone Arrowheads from Holkrans North West Province South Africa. South African . Archaeological Bulletin 66(193) 77-88. Bradford George .

  • Perfectly round white stone (native american )Friendly

    Nov 07 2014 · Possibly a game stone. You can try Arrowheadology and post it there. Some real experts on artifacts there. This guy said it I have found quite a few of theses at a NA camp my uncle found years ago on our property most definitely a marble for playing games. _____ 2014< 15 silver

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    A forum for discussion by and for knappers who utilize stone bone antler horn ivory wood or other natural materialsas our ancestors used. 870 Topics 10.3K Posts Last post Video of gorilla knapping

  • Indian Artifact Arkansas HuntingYour Arkansas

    Jan 10 2014 · And often natural wear vs human shaping is hard if not impossible to determine. But Indians did use plain ole rocks plenty of times just like we do. But to me I think it most likely that it has been worked. It is as seen in the pic. probably soft stone but for everyday utility objects Indians most often used soft stone for obvious reasons.

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    Jun 30 2013 · Grinding stones with pestles. A groove cut to repair the cracked atlatl weight. A Journey s Reward. You might try asking the folks at Arrowheadology a site especially devoted to collectors and with some knowledgeable folks to advise you as to the best option to take. I m sure there are some museums who would love to have such a collection.

  • Sedalia Projectile Point

    Basal and lateral hafting edge grinding is most commonly absent but occasionally light lateral edge hafting grinding may be present. Basal thinning is commonly absent. This point was manufactured using broad percussion flaking with minimal pressure flaking forming a random flaking pattern. Size Measurements

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    Fire Starter Stone Size 4" wide Material Sandstone Age Probably Woodland (2 5001 250 BP) American Indian Tools Grinder. This well-worn hand-sized grinding stone was likely used to start fires by protecting the palm or as a base stone

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    May 24 2013 · The stone on stone indirect percussion process works well with this support methodology because stone on stone indirect percussion

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  • Late Paleoindian–Early Archaic Dart Points from the

    The one classi¿ed Pelican point (Figure 1a) has a straight stem with grinding on the base and stem (see uf¿eld 1963 97) it was made on a non–local and translucent gray chert. uf¿eld suggested the point was a Scottsbluff point but Webb (2000) considers the Pelican point in general to be a preform to a San Patrice var. Hope

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    Dec 13 2012 · Lake Limestone Indian Artifacts in TexasHow to x. Lake Limestone Indian Artifacts in Texas.By Enzo Dupont last updated at 2012-08-31. Since the Tawakoni and Waco Indians lived in

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    Metallic Shiny and opaque like a tarnished piece of metal c Pyroxene green to black nearly opaque 2 cleavages at approx 90° Enstatite is a common member of the pyroxene family and can be found in gabbro and mafic diorit Pyroxenite an igneous rock composed totally of pyroxene minerals is related to ultramafic terrains and is therefore relatively rare at the surface of the earth s crust

  • Archaeology of Portable Rock Art arrowheadology

    arrowheadology looting archaeology looting artifact looting na looting Maybe some are judging artificiality on an item like this by in part looking for characteristics you are familiar with for coarse stone tools such as peck/grind/polish technology and bilateral symmetry.

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    Limestone rocks serve well as cooking stones This pattern of reside was observed on examples from Hinds Cave Similar artifacts have been given the folk term. Grinding limestone indian artifacts hoe Coal Surface Mining artifacts made. Arrowheadology

  • Archaeologists Looters posting pics of Native American

    Local archaeologists are up in arms over the looting of Native American artifacts across San Diego County. In some cases the illegal activity is getting posted online for all to see.

  • Folsom and Midland points (pics added 3-1-11)PaleoPlanet

    Nov 15 2010 · 50 to 80 up their sides towards the distal end. I assumed that this grinding was an indicator of how much of the point was stuck into the hafting mechanism but the Shifting Sands artifacts didn t really reflect that. Richard had many "fitter" points

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    Ground Stone Artifacts The Office of the State Archaeologist. A wide range of prehistoric artifacts were formed by pecking grinding or polishing one stone with another Ground stone tools are usually made of basalt rhyolite granite or other macrocrystalline igneous or metamorphic rocks whose coarse structure makes them ideal for grinding other materials including plants and other stones

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    Stimulated by several important recent empirical advances California archaeologists are engaged in a series of lively debates. These advances include new discoveries about the early peopling of western North America and sustained occupation of the California coasts as early as 12–13 000 BP. There also have been significant new developments in the role of paleoenvironmental change in

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