Drill bit fragment
This stone tool comes from North America. It has been bifacially worked, meaning that chips of stone have been knocked off both sides of the piece. This makes tools with strong, sharp edges. This example may have been meant to be a drill but the tip has snapped off, probably during use.
|Full Name||drill bit fragment|
|Common Name||drill bit fragment|
|Production country||United States of America|
|Collection class||Tools for farm and craft|
|Production continent||North America|