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[replica of Clovis point from East Wenatchee Clovis site in Douglas County, WA]

Replica of the largest Clovis point found during the excavation of the East Wenatchee Clovis site in Douglas County, Washington in Oct. 1990 by Dr. Richard M. Gramly. Replica made of epoxy resin, light tan in color. Tear shaped with notched base and pointed tip. Original point was made of translucent clear to white agate, 9 1/8" long. Site is located in an apple orchard near the Columbia River. 60 clovis artifacts were located in a pit; 14 were large points.


Creation Date: 2014-2015

Catalog ID: PR2015.1.2

Object Types: replica, point, projectile

Creator: Lithic Casting Lab

Dimensions: Length 9 in . Width 2.5 in

Related Subjects: Clovis culture, East Wenatchee Clovis site, replica, Douglas County, Richard M. Gramly