St. Albans

St. Albans

A small to medium size, narrow, usually serrated, bifurcated point. Basal lobes usually flare outward and most examples are sharply barbed. The basal lobes are more shallow than in the LeCroy type, otherwise they are easily confused. St. Albans site dated this type to 8,850 B.P.

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