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Variety: bare island

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SITE MATERIAL OBJECT CLASS VARIETY DECORATION TECHNOLOGY COUNT
18AN489 LITHIC PROJECTILE POINT, STRAIGHT-STEMMED QUARTZ BARE ISLAND BIFACIAL FLAKED TOOL 1
18AN489 LITHIC PROJECTILE POINT, STRAIGHT-STEMMED QUARTZ BARE ISLAND BIFACIAL FLAKED TOOL 1
18AN489 LITHIC PROJECTILE POINT, STRAIGHT-STEMMED QUARTZ BARE ISLAND BIFACIAL FLAKED TOOL 1
18AN489 LITHIC PROJECTILE POINT, STRAIGHT-STEMMED QUARTZ BARE ISLAND BIFACIAL FLAKED TOOL 1
18AN489 LITHIC PROJECTILE POINT, CONTRACTING-STEMMED QUARTZ BARE ISLAND BIFACIAL FLAKED TOOL 1
18AN489 LITHIC PROJECTILE POINT, EXPANDING-STEMMED QUARTZ BARE ISLAND GROUND BASE BIFACIAL FLAKED TOOL 1
18AN489 LITHIC PROJECTILE POINT, STRAIGHT-STEMMED QUARTZ BARE ISLAND STRAIGHT BASE BIFACIAL FLAKED TOOL 1
18AN489 LITHIC PROJECTILE POINT, UNCLASSIFIABLE QUARTZ BARE ISLAND BIFACIAL FLAKED TOOL 1
18AN489 LITHIC PROJECTILE POINT, CONTRACTING-STEMMED QUARTZ BARE ISLAND BIFACIAL FLAKED TOOL 1
18AN489 LITHIC PROJECTILE POINT, STRAIGHT-STEMMED QUARTZ BARE ISLAND BIFACIAL FLAKED TOOL 1
18AN489 LITHIC PROJECTILE POINT, EXPANDING-STEMMED QUARTZ BARE ISLAND BIFACIAL FLAKED TOOL 1
18AN489 LITHIC PROJECTILE POINT QUARTZ BARE ISLAND BIFACIAL FLAKED TOOL 1
18AN489 LITHIC PROJECTILE POINT, EXPANDING-STEMMED QUARTZ BARE ISLAND BIFACIAL FLAKED TOOL 1
18AN489 LITHIC PROJECTILE POINT, STRAIGHT-STEMMED MOTTLED METARHYOLITE BARE ISLAND BIFACIAL FLAKED TOOL 1
18AN489 LITHIC PROJECTILE POINT, STRAIGHT-STEMMED QUARTZ BARE ISLAND BIFACIAL FLAKED TOOL 1
18AN489 LITHIC PROJECTILE POINT, CONTRACTING-STEMMED QUARTZ BARE ISLAND GROUND SHOULDERS--STRAIGHT BASE BIFACIAL FLAKED TOOL 1
18AN489 LITHIC PROJECTILE POINT, CONTRACTING-STEMMED QUARTZ BARE ISLAND GROUND SHOULDERS BIFACIAL FLAKED TOOL 1
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