Name Details:
Named By:  Leon Dunn
Named For:  Associated Complex
Date Identified:  1992
Type Site:
(More Information Needed)
(Collector Type)


Commonly Utilized Material:

Cultural Period:   
1,400 - 1,200 B.P.
Late Woodland to Early Mississippian
Vandal Minimum

Glacial Period:   

Outline is Representative of Common Size and Shape:

Description of Physical Characteristics and Flaking Pattern:

This is a small triangular corner notch point with an elliptical cross section.  The blade may vary from excurvate to straight.  The shoulders range from horizontal to barbed with an expanding stem.  Then base is usually straight.  This point has a random flaking pattern and is commonly crudely made with the original cortex remaining.

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Distribution Comments:

This point is reported in Arkansas

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Point Validity:   Collector Type

Dunn is an avocational archaeologist and a member of the Central States Archaeological Society.  This type was named in Central States Archaeological Journal, Vol 39 No. 2.  There are no professional references to this type.  This is considered a Collector type.


































Age Details:
Gober Complex
Gober Projectile Point, Gober Arrowhead