Quote the point, “HEY! LOOK DOWN HERE! STOP!! I’M OVER HERE! WHAT, ARE YOU BLIND?!?I am not 100% sure myself.
I believe they are specialized too for shaping wood and softer more pliable stone. Similar to how the celt and adz are related. Similar in form, yet the adz has a more arced and offset bit and is hafted differently.
That being said the site I found the chisel could be expected to yield some additional great relics over time - I hope. From this site I have found an amazing broken heartbreaker point, other hardstone relic with many flint projectile points.
Jim Maus has a fine article on chisels and their use. I believe Jim is an associated editor for the Central States Archaeological Societies (CSASI)
Here is the heartbreaker point, I am hoping to find the other half. This field has an interesting history of finds.
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