Kings Corner Notched Point

Chapman (1980:309) notes that Kings Corner Notched points are found most commonly in Southwest Missouri. This artifact type is a small, corner-notched dart formb. Chapman notes that length ranges from 22 to 66 mm; thickness ranges from 5 to 9 mm. Chapman associates Kings Corner Notched points primarily with the Woodland Period from 1000 BC to AD 900. Sandstrom and Ray (2004:22) note that this point type is very common in Southwest Missouri.


Kings Corner-Notched point from the Prospect Spring Site (23GR711).

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Chapman, Carl
1980 The Archaeology of Missouri, 2. University of Missouri Press, Columbia.

Sandstrom, Carl B., and Jack H. Ray
2004 A Point Identification Guide for Southwest Missouri. Ozarks Chapter of the Missouri Archaeological Society, Springfield.


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