The Quigley Bi-face-
       An Outstanding Clovis
                Artifact
       
This huge Clovis platter was found in the early 1900's by a
youngster in Larimer Co. Colorado, near the town of
Loveland.
The artifact is made of Ogalala Quartzite, and has some
sand polish from laying exposed. It has no modern
damage, and has been well cared for in the 100 years
since it was recovered.
This piece is a paleo tool-kit. It served as a scraper,
knife, cleaver and core. The core provided large, sharp
flakes for tools and points.
Back to Home Page
Kansas Clovis Platter
Perry Clovis Cache