Wow nice stuff, is that an enormous broke golondorina, and also a little angostura next to bottom? And what are youcalling that one with the pointy stem? Nice finds kudos on that awesome bulverde!!oh and Are those surface finds, I see lots of patina
No Tucker.They were all dug out of a new camp i just started digging,lots of early and middle archaic falling out. Im still trying to typology the non beveled Nolan?If thats what it is,so i was told...
Hmm, I don't know about that unbeveled Nolan, never heard of it but that certainly doesn't mean that isn't what it is. Sounds like a cool camp to be diggin'. And hey let's cross our fingers and hope you can pull out an andice, since it's early archaic...
Excellent Drew, Early archaic is good.
Hope you dont mind too much if I call that top rt Perd "clunky" [ hard to tell from pics ]
but that is pretty much what I was suggesting the perforator was made from in Tuck's last
Williamson cty is loaded with them. I have a sweet little creek and an area on the san gabriel that a couple of buddies lets me surface hunt. then I live about 1 miles from the lampassas river.I usually find a few good ones after every rain.
Since we stomp around in the same areas maybe we can get together some day and go hunt down a few.