1. An inclusive term for arrow, spear or dart-points. Characterized by a symmetrical point, a relatively thin cross-section and some element to allow attachment to the projectile shaft. Flaked stone projectile points are usually classified by their outline form.
     
  2. A manufactured, sharp, penetrating distal tip which is usually flaked stone that was used in conjunction with a spear, dart or arrow. Also can be made from ground and polished stone, antler, bone, shell or metal.

    Source: LITHICS-Net, Glossary of Lithics Terminology
     
  3. a general term for stone points that were hafted to darts, spears or arrows; often erroneously called "arrowheads".
    Source: Archaeology Terms

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