Three quarter grooved hematite axe.

Length = 62.14 mm, width = 27.30 mm, and thickness = 27.29 mm.

23LN170 - a Titterington Phase Site along the Cuivre River


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Half of a burnt and broken banner stone. Length = 57.27 mm and drill hole diameter approximately 11.18 mm. Weight = 30.34 grams.

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Deer astragalus bones possibly used as game pieces in the "Knuckle Bone" game that has been documented all over the world.

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Michael Fuller

Right and left profiles of a clay animal figurine. Length = 29.03 mm, neck width = 11.27 mm, Thickness = 10.46 mm, and weight = 6.04 grams.

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Three quarter grooved diorite axe. Length = 126.75 mm, width = 93.12 mm, thickness = 10.85 mm, and weight = approximately 1.3 kilograms (2.8 pounds)

The groove averages 29.7 mm in width and 5.6 mm in depth. 

Broken Etley points (left): Length = 66.64 mm, maximum blade width = 39.48 mm, maximum base width = 19.74, and weight = 28.55 grams.


Retippped, drill-like Etltey point (right): Length = 104. 5 mm, Width = 30.79 mm, Thickness = 9.57 mm, and weight = 31.80 grams.



Piece of deer antler than has been domed on one edge and flat on the other. Possibly a gaming piece or a tool used as a punch for stone tool manufacturing. Length = 56.14 mm, proximal width = 17.24 mm, distal width = 18.04 mm, and weight = 15.74 grams.

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Wadlow point (Left): Length = 148.35 mm, Width = 44.66 mm, and thickness = 15.24 mm. 



Sedalia point (Right): Length = 107.19 mm, Width = 35.98 mm, thickness = 13.79 mm, and weight = 48.66.