"Wheatstone" because of a design that is similar
to stalks of wheat that are engraved on both sides.
It was found by David Olmstead along with a complete
undamaged fluted point. He found it approximately
3.5 feet (106.7 cm) deep while digging, several years
ago, on the Gault site.
design. Both sides have five to eight vertical lines
that extend upward from a horizontal line. The ends
of the vertical lines have diamonds engraved on them.
Some of the diamonds are filled with vertical parallel
lines. This engraved stone measures 4 1/16 inches
(10.2 cm) long, 2 5/8 inches (6.6 cm) wide and 5/16
on an inch (7 mm) thick.