Lithics Box 18

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Catalog # Name Description
1 00.30.100J Flake Gray, brown, beige stone flake in an almost-circular shape. One side is unworked and is gray and beige rough stone. It has some pitting and a rugged topography. The bottom face is smooth worked stone. The outer ring is white, then brown, then gray, then beige stone in the center. Gray specks in the stone on this face. 00.30.100J (Flake) image
2 00.30.100K Flake Small, yellow-hued and brown triangular-shaped stone with a ridge down the middle. Top face has several thin gray and beige lines in the left corner. Orange marks on the left side of the ridge. The bottom face is smooth and flat. Is brown and beige with the same gray and beige lines in the corner as on the top face. The top edge is flat. The other two edges are thin and the points are sharp. 00.30.100K (Flake) image
3 00.30.101AG Core Beige stone core with knap marks on all sides, showing gray specks inside the stone. Appears to be an almost-complete projectile point in an oval shape with points at both ends. Edges are serrated and sharp. One portion of the stone on the back face is broken off and leaves a smooth edge. 00.30.101AG (Core) image
4 00.30.101B Core Brown and gray stone core. Bottom face is smooth and has knap marks around the edges showing gray color below. Top face has a ridge down the middle running the length of the oval-shaped stone. The left side of the top face has rough topography of brown and beige bumpy stone. The right side of the front face is brown with gray color on the right edge. All edges are relatively sharp although not exceptionally thin. The two points at either end of the oval shape are sharp. 00.30.101B (Core) image
5 00.30.101C Core Gray stone core with knap marks on both faces. In the rough shape of a right triangle. Left edge is flat. Bottom edge is sharp and uneven, with one main protrusion at the left corner. The hypotenuse is slightly rounded out and is serrated but not very sharp. The bottom face is smoother than the top. Both faces are gray and gray-brown in color. 00.30.101C (Core) image
6 00.30.101D Chip Beige stone chip. Uneven thickness, irregular shape. Edges are thin, sharp, and uneven. Points are sharp. Knap marks on one face but the other face is smooth and more even. Small brown specks in the rock. 00.30.101D (Chip) image
7 00.30.101E Flake Thin, sharp-edged stone flake in a kite-shape. Four points are sharp. Knap marks on one face. Smooth on the other face. Both faces have patterning like that of a dapple gray horse, but brown and white in color. The side with the knap marks has a darker brown stripe down the left side. 00.30.101E (Flake) image
8 00.30.101I Core A white and gray stone core in an irregular shape. Most of the edges are sharp and thin, with only two being flat and smooth. Most of the stone is white. Knap marks and small scrapes reveal gray stone beneath it. The back face has one section appearing to be the unworked stone and is brown and gray. 00.30.101I (Core) image
9 00.30.101O Core Triangular brown stone with gray specks in it. Top edge is flat and black and brown. Right edge is thin and left edge is flat but uneven with gray marks in the stone. The back face is brown with orange at the top and a ridge from left to right. Beige and gray circular marks in the stone. 00.30.101O (Core) image
10 00.30.101P Core Gray and beige stone core in a triangular shape. It is almost a projectile point, but the edges are uneven. Left edge is thin, jagged, and sharp. Right and bottom edges are thicker and more flat. The points are sharp. The top face is smooth with a ridge across part of it. The stone is beige, has gray marbled pattern and gray smooth pattern, and white smooth stone in it. The back face is smooth with a ridge across the middle of it. Gray, beige, and white veins on this face. 00.30.101P (Core) image
11 00.30.101Q Core Beige round stone core. Top face is uneven with knap marks. Bottom face is smooth with only one small ridge in the beige stone. The edges and the points are sharp and thin. 00.30.101Q (Core) image
12 00.30.101R Core Gray stone core. Bottom face is white with gray and is smooth. The top face is raised and is gray and brown in color, relatively smooth on each part of this face. The shape is irregular, could resemble a four-legged animal with no head, otherwise an irregular shape. The edges are thin and uneven, and the points are sharp. 00.30.101R (Core) image
13 00.30.101S Projectile Point Pink broken projectile point with only the top half present. Some veins in the stone are brown, gray, blue, and faint purple. Knap marks at the edges and the right side. The left side of the top face is smooth. The back face is covered in knap marks and small circular depressions. The right side on the back face has red and pink in the stone. The left half is pink and gray in color. The bottom edge that broke off the rest of the projectile point is smooth with one sharp edge protruding from it. 00.30.101S (Projectile Point) image
14 00.30.102L Bird Point Small bird point made of tan stone. The shape and history of the point are unknown, but it looks similar to a Fresno point. The point has no shoulders or stem. The edges of the projectile are serrated, and the point on the blade is intact and rounded. One side of the point has a darker stone on the majority of the face, with a small strip of a lighter shade of tan on the side. There is a small patch of original stone also on this side. The other face of the blade has the dark tan stone along with a small patch of original stone. There are a few splotches of orange, and spots that reveal the layers of the stone. Knap marks are on both sides of the projectile point. 00.30.102L (Bird Point) image
15 00.30.107AA Scraper Rounded scraper. The top of the scraper is covered mostly in the original rock, a light pink bumpy rock that is covered with dark brown or gray spots. The worked rock is a blend of red and orange stone. The bottom of the scraper has the red/orange rock around the edges, but a worn patch near the middle of the rock. The worn back is mainly tan, with speckles of brown stone. The edges are serrated, making the surface rough. 00.30.107AA (Scraper) image
16 00.30.107AB Scraper Small rounded stone scraper made of white rock. The top of the scraper has notch marks and areas that show the layers of the stone. There are two small patches of original stone found on this side. Near one edge, there is a strip of gray stone. The bottom of the scraper has gray stone except the center, which has a patchy section of white stone. This side also has a part that shows the layers of the rock. There are both thick and thin edges found on the scraper. 00.30.107AB (Scraper) image
17 00.30.128H Flint Nodule Curvy piece of conical flint nodule. On sides of object there are tool marks that created small holes that connected together to form a line. Towards point the work stops. Bottom is flat and smooth. 00.30.128H (Flint Nodule) image
18 00.30.170G Flake Rock flake made of light gray stone. The edges of the flake are thin and mostly straight. There is a random protrusion of the rock that looks like a small shark tooth. One side is very smooth, made of uniform gray stone There is a small bump near one side of this face. The opposite side has a ridge that goes down the center of the side. This side also has an ombré effect, with light gray stone on the top and it fades to darker gray stone. There's a spot on this side that shows the layers of the rock. 00.30.170G (Flake) image
19 00.30.170H Flake Rock flake that is made of multicolored rock. On one side of the flake, it is very smooth. This side also shows off the gray inner layer, that has an outer layer of white and brown stone. There is a small bump at the bottom of the gray inner layer. The other side shows off the original stone, which is a rough brown stone. To the side of the original stone is a layered portion of the worked rock, made of white and gray stone. The edges of the piece are rough around the original stone and smooth on the worked section. 00.30.170H (Flake) image
20 00.30.170I Flake Layered stone flake. Generally, the edges of the piece are serrated. One side of the flake is curved and smooth, revealing white, brown, and gray layers within the stone. There is a small bump on the edge of the face, the opposite edge having a thick flat edge. The other side of the stone shows a large patch of original stone, along with an area that shows gray layers paired with marbled stone. 00.30.170I (Flake) image
21 00.30.170K Flake Stone flake made of pink stone. The object has thin edges, with certain spots having jagged edges. One side of the flake has a light pink side that spans the side of this face. This side also has a part of original rock on the edge, and two spots of a dark brown stone. The other side of the flake is smooth and is all a uniform pink color. There is a small streak of white found within the stone. 00.30.170K (Flake) image
22 00.30.170L Lithic Layered jasper rock flake. One side is clearly layered with pink, gray, and white rock while the other side is a bit more marbled with less pink stone. The layered side features some small scratches. There is a thinned edge with two rock protrusions. One protrusion has a spot of darker gray stone and the other has a dark pink stripe. The edge of the dark pink strip protrusion appears to be original unworked rock. 00.30.170L (Lithic) image
23 00.30.96A Scraper A Brown Stone Scraper 00.30.96A (Scraper) image
24 00.30.96AA Rock Fragment A Grey Rock Fragment 00.30.96AA (Rock Fragment) image
25 00.30.96AB Rock Fragment A Grey and Tan Rock Fragment 00.30.96AB (Rock Fragment) image
26 00.30.96AC Flake A Grey Stone Flake 00.30.96AC (Flake) image
27 00.30.96AD Flake A Stone Flake 00.30.96AD (Flake) image
28 00.30.96AE Scraper Stone core, likely a scraper. Relatively thin but even thickness across. Beige in color with tiny gray specks all over and a small patch of light brown on the bottom face. The bottom face is smooth with one corner being bumpy. The top face is uneven and has multiple ridges that do not raise the elevation of the top face much overall. Roughly in the shape of a triangle with two corners being rounded and the third fractured off and a little sharp. Edges are serrated but not sharp. 00.30.96AE (Scraper) image
29 00.30.96AF Flake Stone flake rectangular in shape with one side thicker and the other thinner. Top face is light gray for most of the stone with a strip of dark gray and then light gray unworked stone outside the gray strip. Light gray section has brown specks in it. The right side that is thicker is flat and smooth while the left side that is thinner has a thin edge that is smooth and not sharp. 00.30.96AF (Flake) image
30 00.30.96AG Flake A White Stone Flake, Triangular Shape 00.30.96AG (Flake) image
31 00.30.96AH Flake A black slate flake, possible trade good. Very thin flake of dark gray slate with tiny white chips and light brown dirt in the crevices. The bottom face is flat but the top has a plateau-like center with uneven surface around that plateau. The topography is uneven but it is very thin regardless. 00.30.96AH (Flake) image
32 00.30.96AI Scraper Shaft straightener with grooves for thumb and forefinger. Stone is dark brown with red on the top face that appears to be the color of the unworked stone. The edge by the user's hand is flat unworked stone of red color and brown dirt. A portion of light brown unworked stone runs along that edge. The scraping edge is thin and serrated but not sharp. Points are sharp and pointy. 00.30.96AI (Scraper) image
33 00.30.96AJ Lithic A possible Shaft Straightener, Grey Stone 00.30.96AJ (Lithic) image
34 00.30.96AK Lithic A possible Shaft Straightener, Grey and Red Stone 00.30.96AK (Lithic) image
35 00.30.96AL Rock Fragment A Brown and Red Rock Fragment 00.30.96AL (Rock Fragment) image
36 00.30.96AM Flake Stone in the rough shape of a right triangle. The short straight edge is unworked stone of dark gray and beige colors. The top face is beige stone with small gray specks along the side with that short edge. Next comes a jagged red line with some pink blotches along it. Comprising the majority of the stone is a beige background with speckled streaks of black, gray, and brown specks. The lines originate in the point of the stone on the furthest side from the edge with unworked stone colors. The bottom face has the same color patterns but the red line is less straight. A portion of the stone along the top is unworked stone of beige color with gray spots, similar to the unworked stone pattern but somewhat lighter. The top face is smoothed and rounded off to the edges but the bottom face has three distinct sections. The three points are not sharp but are relatively thin as the edges are thin around the entire stone. Limited knap marks are visible and are mostly around the edges. 00.30.96AM (Flake) image
37 00.30.96B Projectile Point A Grey Projectile Point 00.30.96B (Projectile Point) image
38 00.30.96C Projectile Point A Grey and Black Projectile Point 00.30.96C (Projectile Point) image
39 00.30.96D Core Stone core (possibly pink jasper) made of marbled grey and pink stone. One one face of the core, the center of the side has grey stone, with the pink stone on the outer edge. There is a flattened side that has a smidge of white. The other face has a concentrated spot of grey stone near the corner of the face with a mix of pink and red stone near the top corner. The piece has thick sides and jagged/serrated edges. The faces have lots of chunks taken out of it, making it a rocky surface. 00.30.96D (Core) image
40 00.30.96F Flake A White stone flake 00.30.96F (Flake) image
41 00.30.96G Flake Stone of reddish gray color with some gray specks in it. In the shape of a half-oval with the bottom edge being flat and mostly smooth. The other edges are serrated but not sharp. The right side is unworked stone of reddish brown and gray color. The color fades to lighter shades as it goes to the left. The bottom face is smooth but has some gouges in it from knapping. Knap marks on all surfaces. 00.30.96G (Flake) image
42 00.30.96H Flake A Grey stone flake 00.30.96H (Flake) image
43 00.30.96J Flake A Grey stone flake 00.30.96J (Flake) image
44 00.30.96K Flake A Red and White stone flake 00.30.96K (Flake) image
45 00.30.96L Flake A White and Grey stone flake 00.30.96L (Flake) image
46 00.30.96M Flake A small, thin pink stone flake in a rectangular shape. Pink and gray patterning is seen in the stone, plus some gray specks. The bottom face is smooth but the top is rough topographically because of knapping. 00.30.96M (Flake) image
47 00.30.96N Flake A beige and gray stone in a rectangular shape. Both of the long edges are the beige and brown unworked stone. The layers are visible in the stone. The top face shows some crystal formation in the stone in silver color. The bottom face is smooth and only has a small beige circle indicating where the crystal is beginning to form on the opposite face. The edges are thin and a little sharp. 00.30.96N (Flake) image
48 00.30.96O Flake A Grey stone flake 00.30.96O (Flake) image
49 00.30.96P Flake A White stone flake 00.30.96P (Flake) image
50 00.30.96Q Flake A Red stone flake 00.30.96Q (Flake) image