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Arrowheads & projectile points

Lar Hothem

Arrowheads & projectile points

by Lar Hothem

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Published by Collector Books in Paducah, Ky .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indians of North America -- Antiquities -- Collection and preservation,
  • Projectiles

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesArrowheads and projectile points
    StatementLar Hothem
    The Physical Object
    Pagination224 p. :
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16681689M
    ISBN 100891452281

      Projectile points of American Indians have long been objects of interest to students and historians. This arrowhead book has hundreds of photos, information about geographic origin, methods of production, sizes, and a special section on detecting fakes. : Lar Hothem.   This book is now in its sixth edition and covers the entire North American prehistory of projectile points, which are commonly called arrowheads. There are over 1, point types listed. Each listing contains point photographs, a brief description, where it is found, who named it, its general dates, distribution maps, and :

      Arrowheads, objects fixed to the end of a shaft and shot with a bow, are only a fairly small subset of what archaeologists call projectile points.A projectile point is a broad category of triangularly pointed tools made of stone, shell, metal, or glass and used throughout prehistory and the world over to hunt game and practice warfare. Projectile points of American Indians have long been objects of interest to students and historians. This arrowhead book has hundreds of photos, information about geographic origin, methods of production, sizes, and a special section on detecting fakes. Range: $ - $

    A children's book by Tom Westfall. Quick View. A great collection of western essays by Gary Yeager Folsom cast from Cheyenne Co. Colorado. Quick View. Projectile points of the High Plains (Cast display) Quick View. Anasazi pendant cast. Quick View. Wyoming Eden point cast truly remarkable Mammoth Run.   Suggested functions for crescents include their use as butchering tools, amulets, portable art, surgical instruments, and transverse points for hunting birds. American archaeologist Jon Erlandson and colleagues have argued that the most likely interpretation is as transverse projectile points, with the curved edge hafted to point frontwards.


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All drawings are very professionally done. The description of all the types of points, the geographic area that each type of point is found in Texas, etc. Lots of useful information.a book that should be either on your bookshelf or on the dash of your truck if you are a arrowhead hunter/5(21).

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Stemmed Projectile Points Contracting, Straight, and Expanding Stem Points. Other Shaped Lithics Other Shaped Lithics. The book contains the photos as well as the identification and pricing tips of various authentic arrowheads. Once your items are tagged with corresponding prices, you can subsequently sell your Indian arrowheads for a fair price.

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chronology of the tools in Texas. This book also included various tools in addition to projectile points. It was very successful and new editions were published in and Kathy Roemer was the illustrator in each of these volumes. Inthey revised their typology book and changed the name to Stone Artifacts of Texas Size: 1MB.

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