- Time Period : 10000-3000 B.P.
- Location : Southern to Central Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas.
- Shape : Basal Notched
A broad, thin, large, triangular point with very deep, parallel basal notches. Larger than Bell or Calf Creek Points. Barbs reach the base. Because of the deep notches, barbs were easily broken off making complete, unbroken specimens rare. Found in a cave hafted to a wooden handle with pitch adhesive; used as a knife.
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