Three wooden artifacts from unidentified sites: A, hardwood wedge; B, tabular hardwood fragment (woodworking waste?), cut on one end by grooving and snapping, and on the other by chopping; C, rabbit stick fragment, an end amputated by chopping with a stone tool. The edges and end show battering, fraying, and other kinds of impact scarring. On the left end, transverse grooves produced by chopping probably served to anchor a sinew binding, now absent. Photo by Ken Brown.
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