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A Canadian scientist and amateur hunter has recreated the arrowheads used 8,000 years ago: narrow bone heads, composite bone and obsidian heads and pear-shaped flaked stone points JANICE WOOD/UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
A Canadian scientist and amateur hunter has recreated the arrowheads used 8,000 years ago: narrow bone heads, composite bone and obsidian heads and pear-shaped flaked stone points JANICE WOOD/UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

Janice Wood and Ben Fitzhugh's recent article in new Archaeological Science, showing how they reconstructed prehistoric projectiles and points from ancient sites in Alaska, has some buzz in the UK. Read about the reserach in the Times of London

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