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Blunt Scrapper type arrowhead, Fl.


Florida artifact; 1-1/2″” long, From Randy King collection Perry FL

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In prehistoric archaeology, scrapers are unifacial tools thought to have been used for hideworking and woodworking. Many lithic analysts maintain that the only true scrapers are defined on the base of use-wear, and usually are those that were worked on the distal ends of blades—i.e., “end scrapers” (French: grattoir). Other scrapers include the so-called “side scrapers” or racloirs, which are made on the longest side of a flake, and notched scrapers, which have a cleft on either side that may have been used to attach them to something else.

From Randy King collection Perry FL


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