RW, this reminded me of an artifact show I went to back in the 80's in Austin. On display was supposidly the largest blade ever found. It was close to that size and oval in shape. Claimed authentic, it was discovered by a road grader operator grading a county road by a creek in Hamilton County, Tx. I've never seeen it again, probably in a museum somewhere.
. . . IF . . . thats authentic, it's got to be ceremonial. Any other clues what an ancient might have used
his time and energy on to manufacture
Interesting posting RW, TKS. If your scanning through the bow hunters magazine, did you happen to notice if they consume the same brand
of Whiskey as firearm shooters ?
Just thought of another credible use for that blade. . . Since division of camp chores is a well
documented fact, MAYBE that blade was hung on a tree
branch near where the arrowhead making staff had their