AGATE BASIN

Description:
a lanceolate point with a long and slender form, convex blade edges taper to the point and the base which is often straight;  often displays parallel flaking and the basal edges are usually ground
Size Range: 6.0 cm - 15.2 cm
Cultural Affiliation:
Transitional Paleo-Early Archaic
Distribution: predominantly a mid-west point type, occurs sporadically in the Northeast with finds reported in New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey

Reference
Fogelman, Gary L. (1988).  A Projectile Point Typlogy for Pennsylvania and the Northeast.
    Fogelman Publishing Company.  Turbotville, PA.


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