Point i.d.


That's a tough one. It has the general outline of a transitional or Paleo group like Hardaway/Dalton/Quad/Greenbrier, but it also looks a bit thick and clunky and doesn't look like a Paleo flaking pattern, and the base doesn't look ground. Could also maybe be a Woodland-era point in the Copena complex. The material looks different, almost like some of the western basalt that I've knapped over the years, or porphyritic rhyolite from central NC.