Among the spectacular gold and jade artifacts that
were dredged from the famous Cenote of Sacrifice
almost a century ago (beginning on March 5, 1904), flaked
stone artifacts were also found. These were in the form
of projectile points, knife blades (some with handles
still attached), obsidian blades & cores and waste flakes.
Many of these artifacts were deliberately thermally
damaged. But there were no "eccentric flints" found in
made of perishable materials like cloth, wood and bone.
Items found in this category that relate to flaked stone
artifacts are fire hardened wooden foreshafts that once
held corner-notched spear points and finely carved atlatls.