These two long (ca. 30 cm) slender bone implements are pointed at each end, with one end of each having a beveled edge. Two or more such points would have been attached to an arrow shaft by fitting the beveled surfaces to flattened areas on the shaft and lashing them in place with sinew. The beveled edges would have caused the points to splay slightly outward. Arrow fitted with this type of arrow head were used for hunting birds.