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This bone shaft wrench was recovered from the Armstrong site, a Bluff Creek complex Middle Ceramic village in Harper County. It was made from a deer tibia and in addition to the eye it has a series of incised lines on the side and is highly polished. Shaft wrenches were used to straighten wooden spear or arrow shafts.

Date: 1142-1292 CE

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Item Number: 309598
Call Number: 14HP5-1005 Feature 20
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 309598

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