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This Clovis point from Sussex County, Delaware was cast by Occpaleo in 2012. It dates to around 12 to 13,000 years ago, and is a perfect example of authentic Clovis from the Mid-Atlantic region of the Eastern Shore. The original was made in a tan high quality Jasper, and measures 53mm. It was brought to the Smithsonian Institution's Paleoindian Program for comparison and reference study by Delmarva archaeologist Dr. Darrin Lowry. It was found in a sandy ridge of a springhead near the town of Gumboro, where a drainage divide flows into the Chesapeake and the Delaware Bays.  (cast copyright Occpaleo 2018)

Clovis Point Cast

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