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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by IMAUDIGGER View Post
    Another thing to remember..many tribes frequently moved to follow food opportunities.
    How often have you left something when you picked up camp?

    Or maybe you suddenly had more to carry and had to lighten your load..
    This is not related to pecking as such, but relates to what you are saying. Around here at least, native bands alternated between Winter and Summer camps. Very large axes are sometimes referred to as “camp axes”. These are axes that were deliberately left behind, stashed in some way, because they were quite heavy to carry, and because they would be needed again when the band returned to the camp at which the camp axe was stashed.

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    Here is a well ground granite celt which exhibits many peck marks
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    Thanks Buckleberry.
    Here’s my only Hardstone with Peck Marks. Found this week. AtlAtl Weight Preform.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAMucker View Post
    Thanks Buckleberry.
    Here’s my only Hardstone with Peck Marks. Found this week. AtlAtl Weight Preform.
    No problem, another significant aspect of yours in addition to the obvious pecking is the early stage drilling, started on one side and only pecked out on the other.
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