Bolen Beveled Florida arrowhead, Chert, From Randy King collection Perry FL; Early Archaic Period (10,500-700 yrs. BP)
This is a triangular small to medium side notch point with a flattened to elliptical cross section. The blade is primarily straight but may vary from excurvate or incurvate and recurvate in re-sharpened examples. The most blades have serrations. The blade has beveling on one blade on each face. The shoulder may range from horizontal to barbed. The stem may vary from expanding to expanded. The base is convex. Basal grinding may be seen on this point. This point has a random flaking pattern.