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    claw marks on bone

    these fossils are nice
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    None of these objects appears to be bone, much less claw marks on bone. Why do you think they are bone, Steve?
    Sometimes I go about pitying myself, and all the time
    I am being carried on great winds across the sky.

    ------Chippewa saying, translated by Robert Bly
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    i've seen many fossilized bone.if you would like to make a friendly bet i'm up to it. first pic i know forsure 2nd i didnt look at it much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve71 View Post
    i've seen many fossilized bone.if you would like to make a friendly bet i'm up to it. first pic i know forsure 2nd i didnt look at it much.
    Well, Steve, our purpose here is not to evaluate your experience. It is not enough to claim to be an expert; you must have evidence that these are pieces of bone.

    Bone does not produce wavy, parallel contour lines when it erodes (as in the first object). Wood does, though.

    Sooo . . . Present your evidence, and we'll give you feedback.
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    Sometimes I go about pitying myself, and all the time
    I am being carried on great winds across the sky.

    ------Chippewa saying, translated by Robert Bly
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    http://pristis.wix.com/the-demijohn-page

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    well i never claim to be an expert mr expert but i do know fossilized bone from fossilized wood i'll get better pics later when my friend gets back in about 10 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve71 View Post
    well i never claim to be an expert mr expert but i do know fossilized bone from fossilized wood i'll get better pics later when my friend gets back in about 10 days.

    Well its been more than 10 days where are the pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnakemanBill View Post
    Well its been more than 10 days where are the pics?
    dont worry about it i'll get them when i'm ready

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve71 View Post
    dont worry about it i'll get them when i'm ready
    Steve, I think you got schooled...admit it , youll fell better.

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    That's too bad. I didn't want to drive 'steve71' away . . . I just wanted to see his evidence. Come back, Steve, and tell us what you've discovered about your specimens.
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    Sometimes I go about pitying myself, and all the time
    I am being carried on great winds across the sky.

    ------Chippewa saying, translated by Robert Bly
    _____________
    http://pristis.wix.com/the-demijohn-page

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    What will it effect, when all is done?

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    Hi Steve71,

    I think I found an answer to your question. Here's a link showing several Bone pics and the 11th pic down on this page shows cut marks just like on your bone. And scroll down further and you'll see a few more with marks similar. At first I thought the marks were from where Indians/Paleos would score the bone (or wood) to attach their stone tools to the "Handles" (with sinue or such and help it from slipping)...Then I found this website and wanted to pass it on.

    Ancient Native American Indian Artifacts, Relics and Arrowheads - Bone Tools Page 1

    Hope this helps..it's the 11th pic down

    MinerGirl...

    P.S...Possibly the score marks are gouged into the bone on purpose and this would keep the bone from Splitting Length-wise. Looks like yours may be unfinished or it was used as a handle.....Oh, I don't know about your second pic...
    Last edited by MinerGirl; Jun 18, 2012 at 04:49 PM. Reason: new idea

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    those are some nice pieces of fossilized wood. almost positive that's what they are. the marks on them are no less interesting because of that fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lookindown View Post
    Steve, I think you got schooled...admit it , youll fell better.
    well maybe i'm wrong but i'm never afraid to admit anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Pristis View Post
    That's too bad. I didn't want to drive 'steve71' away . . . I just wanted to see his evidence. Come back, Steve, and tell us what you've discovered about your specimens.
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    well i just was able to get to my friends house and got more pics.i'll post them in just a sec.if it is wood there is only one type of wood that looks like this i'll let you know later what type of wood.you just keep guessing its very easy.

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    more pics of what i thought was bone

    was able to look at this piece more closely and still looks like claw marks on petrified palmwood or bone.
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    i am an artifact collector and i know this piece is not of that nature.

 

 
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