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The bird stone is a ground stone object, prominently found in North America, east of the Mississippi. The majority of these artifacts have been located in New York, Ohio, Michigan, and Wisconsin.
This projectile point closely matches the Bulverde typology, and likely belongs to the central Texas region.

Ensor Style
An Ensor projectile point from the transitional archaic period, dated to ca. 200BC - 600AD, and commonly found in the central and south Texas area. Click here to view this item in 3D!
The banner stone is used as an atlatl weight which is attached to throwing spears. This was likely used for the purpose of hunting, and may have been used as a counter-balance weight in some cases. This tool may also have been prey specific, being…
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