Dark grey quartzite Levanna point (1,300 - 600 B.P.) with concave sides and base.
Wampanoag people created new types of Late Woodland points based upon earlier point forms, with triangular types being the most common. Triangular Levanna points were the dominant arrow point in the Northeast region around 1,000 years ago and remained so until the very similar Madison point replaced them about 600 years ago. Levanna points were popular because the blade could be easily thinned on all three sides and they were suitable for both arrows and harpoons; many were found at the Eel River Site. All of these Levanna points are made of stone local to Patuxet.