OTHER WORDS FROM quartzitequartz·it·ic [kwawrt-sit-ik], /kwɔrtˈsɪt ɪk/, adjective
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Tutankhamun’s granite sarcophagus lid, a mismatch for the quartzite bottom, provides another clue to workers’ frenzied efforts.King Tut’s tomb still has secrets to reveal 100 years after its discovery|Bruce Bower|November 2, 2022|Science News
Depicting Amenhotep in the style of Osiris, the statues stood 26 feet high and were carved from a single block of quartzite sandstone that came from hundreds of miles away.Imagine traveling to the moon only to realize you’re allergic to it. One astronaut did.|PopSci Staff|November 25, 2020|Popular-Science
The rocks comprised weathered schists, quartzite, and granite—the last only in detached blocks.Trans-Himalaya, Vol. 2 (of 2)|Sven Hedin
The most elevated rock, in place, on the sources of the Mississippi, is found to be quartzite.
Large, biface, quartzite tools are in association with the points, which are all made from quartzite.
Much of the flint and quartzite used at the Camp Creek Site has poor flaking qualities, resulting in a poorly manufactured point.
Of the nine measured examples, seven are made of black to gray local flint, one is quartzite and one chalcedony.