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    My art!
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    by Brady Epperson
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    My art!
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    by Brady Epperson
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  • by Published on 03-31-2016 09:48 PM
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    Although many will be shocked to learn of this discovery, Amazon appearances of Clovis Caches first occurred in 2014. Caches of Clovis tools, many of which have only recently come to light are documented. The Paleoindian Clovis culture is known for distinctive stone and bone tools often associated with mammoth and bison remains, dating back some 13,500 years.

    "A unique, significant contribution to our maturing studies of ...
    by Published on 01-26-2016 03:14 PM

    A potentially important research project underway here in the waters of Rhode Island, and our offshore Atlantic waters. With assistance from the Narragansett. The Gallo Collection, seen at the first link, was put together by the daughter of a friend of mine. I'm excited and proud to see this kind of pioneering research into Paleo landscapes, now beneath the waves, taking place here in my home state.

    http://www.boem.gov/Developing-Proto...al-Landscapes/ ...
    by Published on 01-24-2016 12:07 PM
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    This following article was first published on Arrowheadology in July 2009 and we thought it a great time to highlight it again.

    We live in what's been termed the 'Information Age' where we have the ability to exchange information freely and can gain instant access to knowledge that was previously difficult or impossible to find. It's simply amazing really if you stop for a moment and consider the vast amount of data immediately available at our fingertips…literally.

    For arrowhead collectors that translates into enjoying and digesting tremendous amounts of data that simply wasn't available just a few years ago. Collector websites, forums, chat rooms, online image galleries and newsletters make the collecting world a much smaller place. Daily finds can be shared with thousands of fellow collectors within hours of being discovered. Compare that ...
    by Published on 06-05-2015 02:50 PM
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    Arrow Shaft Abraders
    Central Plains Tradition:
    A.D. 1100 to 1350


    The distribution range of this type of arrow shaft abrader, sometimes called arrow shaft smoothers, is primarily found in the Great Plains region consisting of the Dakotas, Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma. They appear to be most common on Central Plains Tradition sites. These abraders are always made of sandstone with one of the common sources being Dakota ...

    Kivas 

    by Published on 05-08-2015 02:04 PM
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    When designating an ancient room as a kiva, archaeologists make assumptions about the room's original functions and how those functions may be similar to or differ from kivas used in modern practice. The kachina belief system appears to have emerged in the Southwest at approximately AD 1250, while kiva-like structures occurred much earlier. This suggests that the room's older functions may have been changed or adapted to suit the new religious practice. ...