Elko point

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Large, roughly triangular‐shaped chipped stone point with concave, straight, or slightly concave base. Two main forms are known: those with corner notches on the base and those with ‘ears’ on the base. Dated to the period 1300 bc to ad 700 among Desert Archaic Stage communities of the Great Basin and western interior of North America.

Subjects: Archaeology.

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