Lamoka - Dustin

Point Type:  Lamoka - Dustin Variant     
Associated Date: 5500 - 3500 B.P.
Morphology:  Stemmed

Length Point:        
Ave: [ 47 +/-  6 mm]  
Range: [ 26 to 53 mm] 
Example: [ 43 mm]

Width Point:         
Ave: [ 16 +/-  2 mm]  
Range: [ 12 to 20 mm] 
Example: [ 16 mm]

Point Ratio (Width/Length):    
Ave: [.35 +/-  .04] 

Length of Stem:      
 (Maximum)
Ave: [ 10 +/- 2  mm]  
Range: [ 6  to 16 mm] 
Example: [ 13 mm]

Width of Stem:       
 (Maximum)
Ave: [ 12 +/- 1  mm]  
Range: [ 8 to 18 mm] 
Example: [ 12 mm]
 
Stem Length/Point Ratio:  
 (Length of Stem  / Length Point)
Ave: [.22 +/- .04 ]

Stem Width/Point Ratio:          
 (Width of Stem  / Width Point)
Ave: [.74 +/- .11 ]
 
Stem Ratio:        Ave: [.87 +/- .23 ]                        	1. Short (<= 0.7)  
 (Stem Length                                         		2. Proportionate (> 0.7 & < 1.3)  
   / Stem Width)                                     		3. Long (>= 1.3)

Stem Form (Subjective):  
                1. Contracting   2. Parallel   3. Expanding   4. Asymmetric
                    
Base Form (Subjective):  
                1. Convex               2. Straight             3. Concave  
                 4. Notch              5. Lobe                      6. Point
   
Blade Ratio:       Ave: [2.2 +/-  .3 ]                        	1. Lanceolate (>= 2.0 mm)
 ([Length Point                                                    	2. Isosceles (< 2.0 & > 1.2 mm)
    - Length Stem] / Width)                               	3. Equilateral (<= 1.2 mm)
   
Blade Curvature:   Ave: [1.6 +/-  .8 mm]             	1. Very Convex (>= 5 mm)
 (Cord height of curve                                       	2. Convex (< 5 mm & >= 2 mm)
  from Shoulder to Tip)                                      	3. Straight (< 2 mm & >= -2 mm)   
                                                                  	4. Concave (< -2 mm)
                                                                  	5. Mixed (< -2 mm & > 2 mm)
Shoulder Angle:    Ave: [105 +/-  7  o]
 (Angle of Shoulder from  
 Tip to Shoulder to Shoulder Juncture)

Shoulder Juncture (Subjective):   1. Curve     2. Angle    3. Straight


1993 - Tara Prindle