|The colors of the primary
face's eyes and tongue are natural features of the rock,
exposed by removal of surrounding material.
Sandstone bear-head figures in
the same cache as the quartzite figure above, from about half a
meter below the terrain surface. Three of these exhibit
distinctly carved ears, as shown on the one below:
|A piece of steatite (soapstone)
likely cut from a piece of pottery, then engraved.
(Possibly Middle Archaic Period). Compare this with a well
known find from the Gault site in Texas:
Early-to-Middle Archaic Period
flint, rhyolite, and quartz projectile points, and a flint
scraper, in stratigraphic context with the Figure Stone finds.
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