We hope to get the Lakehead University archaeologists to clear that up for us shortly.
Any way they are old, running 5000 to 7000 years.
|These two photos go together. I was trying to get a close up of the workmanship.|
It is all in one piece.
|These are large scrapers about hand size.|
|Bottom right is the second and third "point" in this post.|
(circa 13 cm.) As you can see the colour is very bright
compared to what we are seeing in our photos.
The top left is a bone fragment with three lines/cuts.
|Some of the large points|
|Good person also picked up the "pieces".|
|A broken "end" of a point?|
|Some "pieces" cut paper or drill holes.|
|Generally 3 to 4 cm.|