Image of Six bone tools.
Six bone tools from the Guadalupe Bay site. From top to bottom, a needle-point awl; a shaped and smoothed tool fragment made from a bison-sized long bone that may have been used as a pottery polishing tool; and a various perforated longbone and antler (lower right) pieces of unknown function. (All items are shown in various perspectives in drawn and photographed versions.) Adapted from Weinstein 2002, Figures 10-36 and 10-37.
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