Cobbs Triangular

Cobbs Triangular

A medium to large size, thin, lanceolate blade with a broad, rounded to square base. One side of each face is usually steeply beveled. These are un-notched preforms for early Archaic beveled types such as Decatur, Dovetail, Lost Lake, etc. Has been found with St. Charles points in a cache at the Olive Branch site and dated to 9300-9400 carbon years before present.

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