_BRC6552.jpg Mammal BoneThumbnailsCorn Impression
This small, round stone found on the surface of the site may have been a smoothing or polishing stone, tools used most commonly in pottery manufacture.

Other ground stone artifacts recovered from the site include grinding tools, such as manos and metates, used to process seeds, corn, and other foods, and abrading tools used in stone tool manufacture and perhaps hide processing.
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Author
Anthropology Laboratories, Northern Arizona University
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_BRC6552.jpg
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EXIF Metadata
NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D200
Make
NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D200
DateTimeOriginal
2009:10:28 14:00:36
ApertureFNumber
f/18.0