Brandywine Projectile Point, Brandywine Arrowhead
Name Details:
Named By: Barry C. Kent
Named For:  Brandywine River, Pennsylvania
Date Identified:  1970
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Description of Physical Characteristics and Flaking Pattern:

This was described as a small corner notched point.  It has an excurvate blade with an expanding stem.  The base may vary from slightly concave to slightly convex.























































Distribution Comments:

This type was named for a creek in Pennsylvania.

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Kent is a professional anthropologist and a professor at Pennsylvania State University and York College of Pennsylvania.  He specializes in anthropology of Pennsylvania. 




















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