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Strangely, this figure incorporates iconography quite evident in modern but traditional Inuit/Yupik art, and also present in European Paleolithic artifacts, as well as in Australian material of unknown age, apparently a Primal Image.(The presence of "portable rock art" or "mobile rock art" has long been recognized in European artifact material, and is starting to be seen for what it is at sites in North America.This author has adopted and applied Boucher de Perthes' term "Figure Stones" in presenting his own and others' finds for several years now, and, along with A large sandstone turtle head with eyes on both sides, found by Dirk Morgan near Fort Ancient in Warren County, Ohio, and, after dismissal as a geofact by Ohio's state ("Ohio History Connection") archaeologists, professionally identified as human-carved.
It is quite straight and oriented to true north-south.
Nonetheless, the distinct similarity of the artifact material here to that at the Gault (Clovis) and Topper (pre-Clovis) sites leaves open the at least hypo- thetical possibility that the more deeply buried artifacts (apparently at at least a meter or so beneath the terrain surface) might predate the Clovis time frame.
If not temporally "pre-Clovis", they certainly are technologically, and may represent the lithic tools from which Clovis and later technology evolved.
This material is presented for consideration by anyone with an interest in the early habitation of North America, describing artifacts first recognized and recorded in 1987 at an unglaciated hilltop site in southeastern Ohio.
These are compared with similar artifacts from locations in other parts of the world.
Some of the hairs were submitted to the Center for the Study of the First Americans, where in November 2003 the late Dr. It is hoped that hairs might appear that have been adequately protected from moisture, and freezing and thawing.