Description: small, narrow, thick points; weak to moderately pronounced side notches; a variant also includes the Dustin type with a more bulbous basal configuration (see point at far right below); often crudely made by percussion only, sometimes have remnants of cortex remaining on the stem
Size Range: 2.5 cm to 6.3 cm in length with most falling in the range of 3.1 cm and 4.3 cm; 5 mm -7 mm thick
Cultural Affiliation: the characteristic point type of the Lamoka complex, Middle to Late Archaic period 3500-2500 BC.
Distribution: distribution mainly in Central and
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