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The age is consistent with the well documented and radiocarbon supported ages for Elko Series dart points and Humboldt Basal Notched thrusting spears, knives and dart points.In this chapter, I discuss the various manufacturing methods used to create the diverse collection of projectile points.In addition, manufacturing methods are compared within types and across forms, indicating differing manufacturing strategies between the dart points and the arrow points while exemplifying the variability in arrow point production.Signed book above is available directly from the author. Principal Archaeologist Ultra Systems Environmental [email protected]@Founder and Director California Rock Art Foundation Alan P. Two direct, experimental XRF dates made directly on two of the images support this determination.For more information in acquiring the dvd and joining the California Rock Art Foundation click here or to purchase at The Bradshaw Foundation click here Alan P. The XRF dates provide a mean age of 2,750 plus or minus 700 calendar years before present for these images (and also provide an indirect basis for dating the other similar figures).In all installments starting from City Folk, the player is given the objective of gathering items (candy in City Folk and feathers in New Leaf) requested by Pavé during the festivities.In obtaining the items, Pavé will reward the player with items from the Pavé Series of furniture.In Vermont for example, most archaeologists recognize quartzite from the Cheshire formation or chert from the Champlain Valley.But, when archaeologists encounter an artifact made from stone not found in their region of inquiry, they use the term “exotic” to describe it.Occurrences of so-called exotic artifacts are not uncommon in Vermont.Loring (2002) reports a biface found in Franklin County that appears to be made from quartzite from northern Labrador.

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