Wednesday, May 31, 2017


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Chris Pittman said...


pwax said...

I was wondering why they held the arrowhead edge to the camera. If it is a Clovis point there should be a flute (channel) on front and/or back and I wanted to see the flute.

Then I read the reporters definition of "flute" - which was wrong, describing it as "like the edge of a pie crust". Which explains why the edge of the arrowhead is presented to the camera. Is it possible the archeologist were getting that wrong also?

Chris Pittman said...

If you wait for all the photos to load and click through them (below the main photo at the top of the article) you can see a good photo of the point including the flute.