Biface

In reference to projectiles or tools, biface describes those examples which have been worked and exhibit flake scars along both faces or sides.

biface

Biface refers to a chipped stone tool which has been completely formed on both sides or faces. A biface knife, for instance, is completely chipped, flat, and often ovoid or bipointed in shape. The carefully chipped edges formed the working edge of the tool. An arrowhead or spear point is a specialized form of biface.
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biface

bifacial adjective having two faces or fronts; `the Roman Janus is bifacial`
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biface

[adj] - having two faces or fronts
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