Fossil RFID Logan Zip
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Silhouette: Zip Around Clutch
Tech Compatibility: iPhone® 6 Plus, 7 Plus, 8 Plus
Exterior Material: PVC/Polyurethane Trim
Inside Material: Leather
Interior Details: 2 Bill Compartments, 12 Credit Card Slots, 1 Zipper Pocket and 3 Gusseted Pockets
Measurements: 7.75"L x 0.75"W x 4"H
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2119 hours ago
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9519 hours ago
My ABSOLUTE favorite artifact in 20 years of looking for this stuff. This was a surface find, from a cornfield...and I knowwww...my archy/anthro friends are like, but what's the context, what was lost, the data is missing though, you should just leave it there...blah, blah. Nope, I would rather a beautiful necklace like this be saved, intact, and removed from it's (already destroyed) context. So, that being said, what do I know about this artifact? Well, I know it's made from a fossil, not sure what the fossil is, but Kentucky was once an ocean, close to the equator. It's sandstone, it is a fossil though, but I digress. Also, in this same field, which was plowed by a tractor. The only points found with it were transitional paleo, and early archaic points. Therefore, I can deduce that it's from the same time period as said points. The points were Beaver Lake, Greenbriar, Dovetail, Pine Tree, Cobbs Knife. The holes are bi-conical, drilled halfway from each side with flint/chert drills. It isn't the same method as used in my Adena gorget that I found. That one is "cane drilled" and it looks totally different under the microscope. This necklace was drilled with flint, its obvious, and it's a soft stone, so it would've been easily done. If any of you guys know what this fossil is please let me know. I can't find it in any records, but it is definitely not just a "rock" in my opinion, it looks like it's woven, it's weird looking, I got it wet to make the colors "pop." Also...any theories on the cupped portion visible on the back? I know about boatstones, but this isn't a boatstone. It's very unique, I've held tons of gorgets/necklaces/pendants from here, this thing is very different. #Archaeology#Anthropology#Artifacts#Arrowheads#Gorget#Archaic#Paleo#Kentucky#Fossil#NativeAmerican#Paleontology#OnceInALifetime#BlingBling#Jewelry#OldSchoolNecklace