~ Alachua Co. Florida ~ Osceola Greenbrier ~Type 1
Description: Classic and colorful Osceola Greenbrier Type 1 that has a sharp nippled protrusion in the base that was formed by several parallel flutes taken from the base. Beveled on all blade edges and thick in cross section. The material is a heavily patinanted raw Ocala Chert. Their connection to the Paleo Lithic Clusters is unknown, but it is suggested that these date to the Late Paleo or Proto-Archaic Era.
Provenance: Found on private property with permission from Alachua Co. Florida.