a Paleo-Indian of the Folsom tradition.
a human skull found in Midland, Texas, that is believed to be contemporary with the Folsom tradition.
a type of early man from a North American culture of the Pleistocene period, thought to have used flint tools and to have subsisted mainly by hunting bison
noun 1. a flint point characteristic of the Folsom tradition, typically leaf-shaped and fluted, with small basal extensions, and used on a projectile, as a spear, for hunting game.
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[foh-muh l-hawt, -muh-loh] /ˈfoʊ məlˌhɔt, -məˌloʊ/ noun, Astronomy. 1. a star of the first magnitude and the brightest star in the constellation Piscis Austrinus. /ˈfəʊməˌləʊt/ noun 1. the brightest star in the constellation Piscis Austrinus, possessing a protoplanetary disc. Distance: 25 light years. Spectral type A3V bright star in the constellation Piscis Austrinis, 1594, from […]
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