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Was sent this picture, I said they were cubes I guess that wasn’t good enough, said found in a creek in the middle of nowhere. I said maybe a paver type stone of a planter maybe a block in a kiln but I think they are hoping they are native. To my knowledge na’s didn’t make cubes like that but I thought I’d double check here. What do you guys think? Ever seen native made blocks?
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CreekSide

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Pretty cool looking and they did have a Cubic Nutting Stone but they weren’t made from concrete. If you blow the picture up you can see the material. I actually have one cubic I found it’s my favorite out of all my hard stone artifacts.
 

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I didn’t want to assume the material but I thought they looked like concrete too, I didn’t think that cubes were known among native artifacts, but I’d also never really looked into either. It sounds like it’s not impossible though, creekside has something of the sort. I’d guess just some modern blocks from who knows what
 

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I didn’t want to assume the material but I thought they looked like concrete too, I didn’t think that cubes were known among native artifacts, but I’d also never really looked into either. It sounds like it’s not impossible though, creekside has something of the sort. I’d guess just some modern blocks from who knows what
I’m going to post mine soon. Maybe you can give some ideas on the use
 

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