Dorset tip fluting: A second `American' invention

Plumet, Patrick; Lebel, Serge
September 1997
Arctic Anthropology;1997, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p132
Academic Journal
Discusses the consideration of basal fluting of Clovis and Folsom Paleo-Indian points as the earliest technical invention made by an American population. Difficulties of recognition of the tip-fluting process; Artifacts exhibiting tip-fluting process; Platform and technique of fluting.


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