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These Scallorn arrow points were found in Greenwood County and donated to the Kansas Historical Society in l984. Scallorn arrow points are small corner notched or expanding stem arrow points with barbed shoulders. They may even show fine serration along the blade edges. Bows and arrows appear during the Early Ceramic Period and were in use into the 1800s.

Date: 700-1100 CE

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Item Number: 310044
Call Number: 14GR 1984.C.115, .116, .118, .120, .121, .122, .123
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 310044

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