Tools and other items recovered during excavations. a, chipped stone gouge of brown chert, b, disc made from painted Chupadero Black-on-White pottery sherd; c, pottery sherd disc; d., olivella shell; e, drilled shell disc-shaped bead; f, boat-shape fired clay object with cross-hatched incising; g, ground stone mano with pecked groove; h, awl made from deer long bone. The clay discs may have been used to smooth pottery during vessel production. Image from Kegley 1982(Figure 5).
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