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Clovis Points or arrow/spear heads

Gault Clovis, Folsom/Midland and the Buttermilk Creek Complex

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Clovis: a Paleo - Indian culture of Central and North America, dated to about - years ago and earlier.

Here's How To... Make an Arrowhead. Flintknapping is the making of flaked or chipped stone tools. This technology was used in historic times to manufacture gun flints and in prehistoric times to make spear and dart points, arrow heads, knives, scrapers, blades, gravers, perforators, and many other tools.

Make an Arrowhead. Flintknapping is the making of flaked or chipped stone tools. This technology was used in historic times to manufacture gun flints and in prehistoric times to make spear and dart points, arrow heads, knives, scrapers, b

GROUP OF ELEVEN EGYPTIAN EPIPALEOLITHIC STONE TOOLS  Including scrapers and arrow heads of brown flint.  Ex old collection, Bochum, Germany.  Ca. 10,000-7,000 BC

Group of eleven egyptian epipaleolithic stone tools Including scrapers and arrow heads of brown flint. Ex old collection, Bochum, Germany.

A projectile point dating to 13,800 years ago, found embedded in a mastodon bone, precedes Clovis hunters, the culture often thought as the first to roam the Americas.

A projectile point made from mastadon bone dates to years ago, found embedded in another mastodon bone, which is about 800 years older than the theorized culture thought to first roam the Americas.

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