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  1. #1
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    Worked Stone from the Warner Valley

    The first pic is the whole mano's I have found and a big beat to hell four sided one. Epoxy is holding well =) The second pic is some of my colored net weights. The color does not really show up indoors, I need to get some better lights in the office. The one on the top left is pink and the one right next to it is green. The rest in the pic look to be stained red, maybe ochre? I was thinking maybe so everybody could tell their weights apart?
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    medium notched net weights

    This next group is medium sized net weights with notches, and some small weights. The last pic is larger ones without notches
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    Notched for ID?

    The first pic is of some net weights that appear to be notched on the top of the weights. The far right one you really can't see well but it looks like the first 2. Maybe another form of ID? The last pic I dont know if it is really a weight, it's pretty big but it looks like it has notches
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    Ancient Native American Indian Artifacts, Relics and Arrowheads - Axes & Stone Tools Page 1 has some pics of average net weights. They are about a third of the way down, look for TPTO350. There is not much info on them out there that I can find. I am off work now and we have a hunt planned on the lake but I can get those pics to u tomorrow, hopefully with some new in-situs =)

  6. #5
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    those are some nice manos man.. i really like that material.
    THE MISSISSIPPI DELTA SHINES LIKE A NATIONAL GUITAR..

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    mano pics

    Here are the other shots of the manos. I also had a question on the pronunciation of metate. The last pics the manos looked dark I think because I took the pics inside
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    broken pestle

    Found this fine broken pestle yesterday. One of these days I am going to find a whole one.
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