P., after which only Elko Corner Notched forms continued.
This point is found through-out the Great Basin, into the Snake River Plain and into southeastern Oregon into the Klamath Valley.
Both types may have a concaved base, but Thomas (1981) distinguished the two types based on the depth of the concaved base.
WSA-Survey recently conducted three seasons of excavations at the Game Creek site (48TE1573) in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Initially excavated by Earl Swanson in 1961, this site produced over a thousand stone tools from stratified contexts, including hundreds of diagnostic projectile points ranging from the late Paleoindian to the late prehistoric period from 13 cultural horizons.
This paper provides a new evaluation of the geochronology of the site using 18 new AMS radiocarbon dates acquired from charcoal features sampled during the original excavation.
Once you have found a match with one of the 10 shapes, then click on the corresponding illustration or underlined linked letter description (above) to find a list point types that may be candidates for more exacting matches. When you get to that section of the index, click on each name of the point types listed and see if any are a match.
Signed book above is available directly from the author. Principal Archaeologist Ultra Systems Environmental [email protected]@Founder and Director California Rock Art Foundation Alan P. Two direct, experimental XRF dates made directly on two of the images support this determination.
This pattern may also be seen at Shallow Shelter which had a concentration of Elko Eared points found in the same strata as Pinto points with Elko Corner Notch points having a higher concentration in the strata above the Elko Eared layer. Gatecliff Shelter) there are not temporal difference between the two points (Justice, 2002).
Elko Eared and Elko Corner Notch may represent a continuum of technology which may make distinguishing between the two types difficult.
The shapes above represent the major morphologies or shape outlines for projectile point types.
Each point shows one half of the shape and is so lettered.