Bone Foreshafts from a Clovis Burial in Southwestern Montana

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Science  11 Oct 1974:
Vol. 186, Issue 4159, pp. 147-150
DOI: 10.1126/science.186.4159.147


Formal and functional analyses of bone artifacts from a Clovis burial in southwestern Montana suggest that they were constructed to serve as (detachable or nondetachable) foreshafts for attaching fluted projectile points to lance shafts.

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