This is a corner notched to basal notched Arrow point, having straight to expanded stem. There are two forms of stems: the common squared to the slightly expanded form. The other similar with a bifurcated, or split stem. blade edges are usually straight to slightly concave and a few may have slightly convex edges. Barbs are squared to pointed. This point was named by Robert Heizer and Martin Baumhoff after the Eastgate site in
Age and Culture : Made by hunting and gathering groups, the type dates from A.D. 500 to A.D. 1300 .
Text Provided By: Steve Lyons
Pictures Provided By: Steve Lyons, Mark Berreth and Kim Radke