Lithics Box 14

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Catalog # Name Description
1 00.30.110A Scraper Light pink stone scraper. The stone is smooth, with the bottom of the scraper having two raised "veins" that can be seen in the light. The top of the stone is also smooth, with clear dark marks that show the layers of the scraper. A black streak of stone is found near the bottom of this side. The edges are serrated and there is one flat edge that is thick and shows the brown stone inside.    00.30.110A (Scraper) image
2 00.30.110B Scraper Jasper scraper. Scraper is a blend of pink and red, with some brown stone intermixed with the red hues. The top side of the scraper has a patch near the center of pink stone next to a patch of dark red stone. Above these patches is another patch of red stone, and directly next to it is a section of the scraper that has a uniform patch of darker pink stone. On the other side of the scraper, the stone is much more uniform, with it resembling the darker pink stone from the top side. Near the edges on the bottom are dark red, with a large section of the brown stone. The surface of both sides is bumpy, with clear knapping marks present. The edges of the scraper are serrated  00.30.110B (Scraper) image
3 00.30.110C Scraper Gray stone scraper. Top side of the scraper is made of a medium gray stone that has specks of white, brown, and darker gray. Most of this side is made up with this stone, with a small knapped section revealing uniform dark gray stone being the only exception. At the top is a small hole/indent that does not go through the scraper. The left side of the stone has a raised bump, revealing the layers of the stone when looked at from the side. The bottom side of the scraper has more of the uniform gray stone, with the speckled stone covering the top and bottom of the face. The shape of the scraper almost looks like it was the base for making an arrowhead. The edges are slightly jagged.  00.30.110C (Scraper) image
4 00.30.110D Scraper Round scraper. One side of the scraper is mainly original rock (beige with gray and white speckles) with some parts of the edges and one spot revealing orange and red stone. The other side of the scraper is mostly brown with patches of rust-colored stone, the very edge of the scraper revealing a dark red stone. There is a small crevasse that has tiny crystals inside the notch.  Generally, the edges of the scraper are jagged, with some chipped edges having a flat edge.  00.30.110D (Scraper) image
5 00.30.110E Scraper Small white round scraper. The scraper has a smooth bottom, with the edges of the rock having specks of gray stone. There is a tiny spot of orange located on the edge of the scraper. Top of the scraper has a few gray scratches found on the face and on all the edges of the top. White stone veins are visible on this top section. Object has a thin side, the other being quite thick.  00.30.110E (Scraper) image
6 00.30.110F Scraper Stone scraper. Scraper has the shape of a gumdrop. The top side of the scraper is a blend of light and dark brown stone, possibly original stone. The bottom side has three distinct rock layers, a specked gray outer ring, an off-white inner layer, and a pale gray core. Some dark brown specks can be found across all three layers. The base of the scraper is thick, and curve slightly. Edges are serrated but not extremely rough.  00.30.110F (Scraper) image
7 00.30.110G Scraper Rock scraper. One side of the stone is smooth with a small ridge near the top. Point on top is broken, leaving behind a smooth edge. Mostly made of uniform beige stone, with a small section of off-white and gray-specked stone.  The opposite side of the stone has a line down the middle of the scraper. Has a flattened side, with a bump in the middle of the stone. Bump has a patch of dark red stone.  00.30.110G (Scraper) image
8 00.30.110I Scraper Small pink scraper. The top side of the scraper has a thick circular edge and a thinner rectangular section. There is a ridge that goes down the rectangular part, made of a dark pink-brown down and a small strip of original white rock. The bottom side of the scraper is very flat, with a few notches. Made primarily of pink stone, with the section with the notches having a small gray hue to the rock. Knapped edges, mostly smooth except near the multicolored area. The stone has been fractured in two pieces. 00.30.110I (Scraper) image
9 00.30.110J Scraper Small rounded scraper. Top side of scraper is white, with only a few scratches/patches of brown. The sides of the scraper are thicker, with the center of it thinner. The bottom side of the scraper is primarily yellow, with two distinct notches that reveal white stone underneath. Rough-edged, with a small chip on the edge.  00.30.110J (Scraper) image
10 00.30.110K Scraper Light pink stone scraper. The top of the scraper has a sharp ridge from the bottom left side and curves toward the center. Made of mainly light pink stone with a smudge of beige stone near the top of the side. Bottom of the scraper is made of one uniform pink stone, with a few specks of brown near one side of the piece. The bottom is slightly curved, with the ends being thick edges, leaving the middle thin. The edges of the scraper are slightly serrated.  00.30.110K (Scraper) image
11 00.30.111AA Arrowhead Multicolored stone arrowhead. Exact type is unknown, but shares similarities with a Table Rock projectile point. The colors found throughout the arrowhead are light pink, gray, and brown. One side has a clear shoulder while the other shoulder molds into the shape of the blade. The stem is short and straight. The top side is mostly light pink stone, with a large patch of gray and brown stone found in the middle/right center side of this face. Knapping marks on this side are clear. Bottom side of the arrowhead has a large crater at the base of the blade. The point is rounded and not sharp, and the edges are serrated but not rough to the touch.  00.30.111AA (Arrowhead) image
12 00.30.111BB Projectile Point Projectile point made from off-white stone. The piece has small shoulders, but long side notches that connect to a thick long stem with a straight edge. The blade of the piece has good knapping craftmanship and looks like a mushroom. Layers of the stone are visible. One side has a crevasse on the blade. There are small brown bits in the rock, mainly on the edges. The edges are serrated and jagged.  00.30.111BB (Projectile Point) image
13 00.30.111CC Lithic Matanzas point made of white stone. Object has been knapped but not thinned so object is wide. Small side notches lead to a flat base that has been edged. Color of rock shows shades of white and gray through layers. Some small scratches but are unproblematic to the point.  00.30.111CC (Lithic) image
14 00.30.111DD Projectile Point Gray stone projectile point with some hues of brown and shades of white appearing in rock too. Object is serrated and knapped all over, with the point of the projectile being rounded but still sharp. There is one side with a curved shoulder and a distinct straight base with a smooth convex edge. The other side has the same base but a large chip was taken out of the shoulder. There is one line of white in the rock that goes vertically down the center.  00.30.111DD (Projectile Point) image
15 00.30.111EE Projectile Point Table Rock projectile point. Made of white stone that has been worn down to be mostly smooth. There are two side notches that lead to a flat stem. The bottom of the base has darker colored rock than the rest of the object. There are shades of gray and brown in the stone. The point and edges of the notches are curved.  00.30.111EE (Projectile Point) image
16 00.30.111FF Projectile Point Adena projectile point made of flint. The stone has shades of gray and brown. One side is sort of flat with the opposite containing a a ridge across the length of the point Object has been formed into having a contracting stem with a convex base that has been worked into an edge.    00.30.111FF (Projectile Point) image
17 00.30.111W Projectile Point Table Rock projectile point. The point is made of a gray stone speckled with dark gray or black spots that cover most of the rock. One face of the blade has pink hued stone near the point of the lithic. Also on this face is a bump located right underneath the pink. The opposite side of the point has deep crevice near the left-center of the point. Stem is rounded, with one of the shoulders of the stone chipped. The sides of the point are serrated, and the edge of the point is rounded and not sharp to the touch.  00.30.111W (Projectile Point) image
18 00.30.111X Arrowhead Haskell point arrowhead made of flint. The side notches are deep into the stone, with the stem of the point protruding outward. The base is slightly concave. The blade of the point knapped, with layers visible. One side of the point is primarily gray while the opposite side has a patch of bronze-brown stone. One the blade is a small hole that does not go through the stone. The edge on the blade has chipped, leaving behind a smooth straight top.  00.30.111X (Arrowhead) image
19 00.30.111Y Arrowhead Matanzas pointed arrowhead. Made of beige stone with some dark brown spots near the stem of the point. The point is very sharp, with one face of the blade having a deep chip, making the edge on that side very thin. The stem is slightly concave, with rounded sides. The side notches curve with the blade. The bottom is flat with a thin edge. The rock is generally smooth, with nicely knapped sides and has one white spot on side opposite of the deep chip. 00.30.111Y (Arrowhead) image
20 00.30.98AD Flake Beige and gray heart-shaped thin flake. The bottom face is smooth. The top face has smoothed out knap marks. One half of the stone is thicker, the other is thinner. The edges are thin but not sharp. 00.30.98AD (Flake) image
21 00.30.98AF Flake Red flake in a rough triangular shape. The bottom face is smooth and a lighter red. The top has a ridge down the middle. Left of the ridge is darker red with some gray marks in the stone. The right half of the top face is lighter red with some gray in it. Deep knap marks are especially in the lower half of the stone. The edges and the top of the ridge are thin and smooth. 00.30.98AF (Flake) image
22 00.30.98AG Core Marbled white, gray, and brown core with different colored layers visible. It is roughly a teardrop shape. The bottom face is smooth and some patterning in the stone is visible. The top face has a ridge down the middle but it is not overly sharp or thin. At the right edge is a small strip of brown, black, and red unworked stone. 00.30.98AG (Core) image
23 00.30.98AH Core White crystal rock core. The bottom face is mostly smooth. The opposite side is raised with one ridge down the middle. The edges and the ridge are thin and mildly serrated. The uneven surface has brown dirt in the crevices. 00.30.98AH (Core) image
24 00.30.98R Flake Stone flake made of grey and pink stone. The flake has lines all the way throughout the flake, with a few dark pink specks. One side has a few ridges that go across the flake, knap marks found along the edges. The other side of the flake is smooth, with only one tiny notch that shows the layers of the stone. The edges of the flake are serrated.  00.30.98R (Flake) image
25 00.30.98S Core Stone core made of jasper. There are multiple shades of red, with one side of the lithic showing more light red shades while the other has darker red shades. The object has dirt covering it, and there is a section of original rock on one end of the core. There are a lot of missing chunks out of the core, with the edges rough and jagged. On the side with the lighter shades of red, there is a squiggly line made of pink stone on one half of the side.  00.30.98S (Core) image
26 00.30.98V Core Stone core made of primarily white stone. The bottom is flat and the sides of the lithic have knap marks. Core is thick and contains specks of other colors such as brown, grey, orange and purple. One spot on the core has a notch mark that shows the layers of the stone. One section of the scraper has a purple line that splits the worked stone and the original stone.  00.30.98V (Core) image
27 00.30.98X Core Stone core. Gray and silver in color and shiny crystal composition throughout. Gray stone makes up most of it, but silvery white color is found on the outer edges. Jagged topography on all sides because of knapping but not overly sharp. Bottom face is flat and allows it to sit flatly. Edges around the bottom face are thin and slightly sharp. Dirt in crevices of stone. 00.30.98X (Core) image
28 00.30.98Y Core Triangular shaped stone with one flat face and the other is more uneven and has a ridge down the middle. Red and brown marbled color with some light brown dirt in the crevices. Top face has some knap marks and some smoothed parts. Edges are sharp and thin. Two of the three points around the edges are sharp and one is fractured flat but is still sharp. Bottom face is flatter and is mostly red stone but with much brown dirt filling in the knap marks. 00.30.98Y (Core) image