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These drills were recovered from the Infinity site in Montgomery County. Drills such as these, also called perforators, are sometimes made from remnants of other tools. They are used to bore holes in softer materials than the drill itself, such as hides, shell, wood, or soft stone. The Infinity site is a multicomponent village with five house structures, a midden and many other features. It was occupied from the late Archaic period through the Middle Ceramic period.

Date: 2000 BCE-1800 CE

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Item Number: 513049
Call Number: 14MY305-6772; 14MY305-7006
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 513049

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