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This bone awl was recovered during excavations at the Kansas Archeological Training Program in 1998. It was found in Meade County at the Lundeen site, a Middle Ceramic period camp site that was part of Wilmore Complex. The awl was made from a medipodial of a deer or antelope and used as a perforating tool.

Date: 1237 CE-1435 CE

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Item Number: 313819
Call Number: 14MD306-147-10
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 313819

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