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This bone tool was recovered from the Kraus site in Ellis county during the 2015 Kansas Archeology Training Program. It is possibly some type of multi-purpose tool, though its specific function is unknown. It was made from a fragment of an animal's long bone. The Kraus site is a Keith Phase occupation in western Kansas.

Date: 500-1100 CE

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Item Number: 311141
Call Number: 14EL313-89-35
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 311141

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