Lowe Points

Fast facts

  • Blade edges straight to slightly convex; blade surface flat, no thickening along long axis
  • Blade and stem edges shaped by removal of short, narrow flakes detached at steep angles; combination of edge configuration and flat blade surface creates a hexagonal cross section
  • Shoulders narrow
  • Stem markedly flared
  • Basal edge may be unchipped, showing blunt edge of original flake from which the point was made
  • Grinding of stem edges typical
  • Middle Woodland, Late Woodland ca. AD 200-600