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|Object Type||Production Material::Worked Antler|
|Object Type (notes)||Worked Antler|
|Size||Max present length: .091 m, max present width: .062 m, max present thickness: .042 m|
|Condition||Surfaces are pitted, worn, and encrusted. The flattened end has two scrapes that appear ancient, but are modern.|
|Munsell Color||3/1 very dark gray; 8/3 pink; 5/4 reddish brown|
|Description||An antler tine, probably from a red deer. The ancient breaks across both horizontal ends and the interior indicate possible polishing. Striations across the cut surfaces show saw or rasp use. Sarah Kansa Bone Number: PC-09320|
|Legacy Database Artifact ID||19720525|
|Catalog ID Note||19720525|
|Conservation Treatment Notes||drybrushed (as bulk find in 1972); brushed & swabbed w/ 50:50 alcohol:tap water|
|Conservation Treatment Date||2015-07-15|
|Conservation Treatment Year||2015|
|Conservation People||Steven Miller|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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