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An excellent example of an authentic Quad Point, loaned to Occpaleo for molding and casting inn 2011.  It measures 77mm and was made in a tan/grey chert.  Quads date from around 6 to 10,000 years ago and are often fluted, putting them in the category of transitional Paleoindian Period.   They are found throughout the Southeast, and are named after the Quad Archaeology site in Limestone, Alabama.   This original example was found in Breckenridge County, KY (COA Putty)(copyright Occpaleo2018)

Quad Point Cast

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