Cruciform II

Cruciform II

Occurs in two forms. Type two is a small sized, four pronged object in a slanted roof form on opposing faces. It is flaked from hard stone or black or clear obsidian and then ground on both faces and around the edges. Careful attention was given to the quality of the finished form. These objects' actual use is unknown and were named due to their resemblance to cruciforms.

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