Jul 10, 2010 · The most diagnostic artifact of the Beaches complex are their side-notched projectile points. These side-notched points tend to be larger than the later corner-notched Little Passage points and seem likely to have been used on atlatls, while the corner-notched Little Passage points represent the introduction of the bow and arrow to the Island.
Jul 03, 2018 · The artifact is a side-notched chert projectile point similar to the Prairie or Plains side-notched typology. The point is asymmetrical with one edge being a rounded convex shape and the other an undulating edge with an angular shoulder. The tip of the point is broken off which is common of the projectile points we find and is likely the reason ...
Other Names: Late Classic Side-notched; Sauceda Side-notched; Wide Side-notched. Compiled from the following sources: Justice, Noel D. (2002) Stone Age Spear and Arrow Points of the Southwestern United States. Indiana University Press, Bloomington.
The Early Archaic Side-Notched 9 Other Plains Archaic Side-Notched 11 The Early Archaic Large Side-Notched Projectile Point Continuum 12 Northern Side-Notched 12 The Sudden Side-Notched 15 The San Rafael Side-Notched 16 The Chiricahua Stage of the Cochise Culture 16 The Albion Boardinghouse Complex 18
Three Different Examples & Styles Of Projectile Points From The Rockies & Northern Great Plains... Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado. "Avonlea". "Plains Side Notched". "Washita". On Occasion, We Will Continue This Series Of Ancient Arrowheads, Spanning Much Of The Last 2000 Years, After The
Central and Northeastern Plains ... 4.2 Shows the Frequency of Projectile Points, Knives, and End Scrapers ... 4.3 Shows the Frequency of Corner Notched, Side Notched ...
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